There are certain types of outfits for every occasion. We all have our outfits for work that we probably wouldn’t wear out for a girl’s night. And there are probably outfits that we all have that we wouldn’t dare wear to work.
Every time that I shop, I look at a piece and think of where I am going to wear it too. This little thought helps me to balance out my wardrobe, so that I don’t have a ton of outfits that I can’t wear to work and have absolutely nothing to wear to work at all.
Recently, Romwe invited me to shop around on their online shop to pick out an outfit that speaks to me. When I agreed, the first thing I did was look through my closet to figure out what I needed. That’s when I had a little flashback.
Months ago, I was thinking about buying tickets to Kevin Hart’s show when he was in Philly for my fiance. As I was looking at my finances and seeing if I could even afford the tickets, I also was thinking about what I would wear to the show. I literally having nothing to wear for a night out at a show or concert. I have casual outfits and then really dressy outfits, but I have nothing in between which is what concerts and shows call for. Unfortunately, I was unable to get the tickets for my fiance this time due to most of our finances going to the wedding, but I did keep consideration of making sure I get one of those concert outfits for whenever I can afford to buy those tickets for him.
So when I hit the Romwe site, I realized I needed one of those concert outfits so that I am prepared for whenever we are able to attend a show. I wanted something casual but dressy that also included pieces that I can mix with other pieces to create new outfits as well.
In my search, I found a very casual but dressy black and white loose top with alterable sleeves. To match with the top, I grabbed myself a pair of faux leather leggings. Together, this outfit screams rocker chic and concert/show ready! And the best party, both of the pieces are trending and can mix and match with other items in my closet.
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