In case you missed it, I posted one of the many summer outfits that I never got to summer with, a few days ago. It’s already wet season here in the Philippines and weekends are no longer a sure thing for a sunny beach day. Hence, instead of a beautiful azure backdrop, all I can afford now is a /summer/ OOTD in my bedroom.
Never thought I’d see the day where swimsuits will be worn casually far from the ocean. I’m not complaining, though! I love how they can be very flexible. Swimsuits, one piece, in particular, are superb with high waisted anything. From mom jeans, to ripped shorts, even palazzo pants and pleated skirts, a one piece can do wonders! You won’t even have to worry on keeping it tucked in since it will stay ‘tucked in’. The only con, as with rompers, is when ladies pee. Gotta take it all off.
When your shoulder and up area aren’t too noisy, dangling or big hoop earrings may neutralize it. Especially now that I’ve cut my hair (yet again), when I wear off shoulders or sleeveless tops, I often find myself reaching for big hoops.
As for my shoes, I never got on the gladiator sandals bandwagon, I think it just isn’t my style? Maybe, when I go warrior-ing in Rome. But when I saw these lace-up ones from Mango, I fell in love. They’re classy, chic and makes me feel like a ballerina. They easily go well with everything too, may it be shorts or pants. Of course, you’ll have to wear bottoms that won’t cover them because you gotta show off those pretty pumps.
How would you style a one piece swimsuit? Do you prefer gladiator sandals over lace up ones? Let me know in the comments below!
Zalora (via Shapes & Curves) one piece, vintage ripped shirts, Mango lace up shoes, Forever 21 aviators and accessories.