[Cotton Candy Dreams]
Summer is over but I refuse to give up crop tops! I've worn this crop top by Sorella Boutique two different ways to show you how to maximize your summer crop tops transitioning into the fall season. Pastels and whites are always a good idea. A great way to soften up a tough crop top is to go with a cotton candy-like cardigan in the same color family. When wearing something a little more revealing, I like to wear something slouchy or oversized to balance out the outfit. Though this crop top is now sold out, Sorella just filled their site with over 70 new items. To get a taste for Sorella, they are the sexier sister of Nasty Gal. I'm particularly drawn to their custom pieces. They have a separate section that is specifically designed in-house for all y'all you love standing out in a crowd. Slashed jeans, pleather skirts, and overall sexyness. Yum.
Oh, and yes, I cut my hair! The new Ruby Element. Thought I needed to make a drastic change with my look so off I went! I'm pretty sure my sister had this same exact hairstyle when she was 5 and it's the first time in our lives ever that I have shorter hair than her. But I love it. There's something so liberating about having shorter hair!
Also special thank you to Ryan for being such a rockstar with all my photos! I was able to work with him once again before he jet set off to New York for NYFW. It's always a new experience every time we shoot and here's to finding magical walls wherever we go! Cheers!
[top | c/o Sorella Boutique,
bottom | c/o ASOS with DIY cut-outs (sold out, similar here),
shoes | c/o Missguided]
Shot by Ryan Chua.