Thursday, April 18, 2013

Upto the Time From Day to Night

My hair is in needs to be washed and interlocked but I had no time over the weekend to do it as I was out and about with my frennies.
I know you must be going chile your hair is fine but you would not like to see pass the front row of my locks.
I got skills to make my hair look neat even when it needs washing. Just playing; all I do is retwist the edges and style. Today updo is the culmination of a bun and a ponytail.
It's a pretty simple style to achieve. Put your hair in a ponytail, take a few strand of locks and wrap them around the ponytail (I did that because I wanted to hide my hair tie), allow the reminder to cascade to whichever side of your face.
This hairstyle I wore during the day and also at night. To make the transition I changed my shirt and shoes. I kept the same makeup because I thought to tied in perfect with the outfit.
 During the day, I wore this button down from Uniqlo. I wanted a more relax feel and this top provided that.
To transition into the night, I changed my Uniqlo top for this Topshop peplum number. I added a belt to y waist for definition.
The bottom I wore was a pair of legging from Forever21.
 I kept the same accessories as well except for my bag. In the day, I took my large Zara tote and in the night I took a smaller Zara clutch.
I wore some flats during the day and changed into these yellow Zara sandals. The ones that I featured in yesterday's blog post.
How do you transition your look from day to night?
Thank you for reading. Until tomorrow, stay fab and be creative.
XOXO,
Syn

2 comments:

  1. Love both outfits, great transitioning from day to night. xoxo

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