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Whoop whoop!!! My blog is officially a year old!I remember starting this blog on a whim, not knowing what I wanted it to look like or even knowing my niche. I didn’t have a laptop or even a good phone but I still started it without even researching the basics. Infact I’m still in the researching phase so please bear with me.
Today’s post is all about how I styled my Porshher scarf I got from the bloggers brunch. Initially I didn’t like the color or even the scarf cos I felt it was “useless” and I could only use it as a belt or a head accessory. This just goes to say that there’s more “use” in “useless” than we think. The scarf is a sheer one and it is also stretchy, thats what i really like about it. However it is also short so my styles were limited.I’m really excited for this post cos I pushed my boundaries, I’m very conscious of my tummy so when I thought of these styles I paired them with my Denim jacket but I decided to leave out the jacket and start my 2nd year with a bang (go big or go home right) so without wasting more time, cos this post is a long one, here is how I styled my Porshher scarf
The Halter neck Crop top
The Tube Crop top
The Heart shaped Tube Croptop
The Maxi Tube Top
The Sleeveless Top
Top/Scarf – Porshher
Mom jeans – Thrifted
Shoes – Converse
Glasses – Haute signatures
Photo Cred – @Hazyobed
That’s it for this look book, I really had fun creating it and I especially loved the theme of the shoot (if you can’t tell it’s a ghetto theme). By the way did y’all notice my goddess locs!! (Gorge I know). I also want to say a big thank you to everyone who has been with me on this blogging journey, I’m really grateful. Till my next post stay blessed!
What do you think about the scarf as top trend? Which style was your favorite? Let me know in the comments section.