In all honesty, I had this outfit planned in my head that was completely different than the one I am wearing.
In all honesty, I had this outfit planned in my head that was completely different than the one I am wearing. However, when I went to put the outfit together the way I had envisioned it ended up not looking right. I was so disappointed, but only because I am an impatient person when getting dressed. I don't spend hours planning my outfit. I think of one ensemble in the shower or while I am going to sleep and then place all my bets on it working out. Most of the time it does, but when it doesn't I have to quickly improvise. I wanted to wear this Rag & Bone nightingale shirt as a dress with some lacy bits underneath, but it started looking like too little clothing. I guess I didn't prepare myself for just how sheer the shirt really is out in public. I then decided I could wear it over an outfit, but I didn't want whatever I wore underneath to be too bulky.
I went to this pile of shorts that I need to wear and found this yellow lace pair from Dallin Chase. They are seriously bright and I don't think my boyfriend is that fond of them. They were a great snag late last summer for 70% off. The fit is a little off in that they are mid-rise and hit me at a funny spot. I wore them with this floral ditsy top I bought a long time ago from Free People. I always thought this top was so pretty, but slightly sheer. I solved that problem by wearing an orange lace bralette from Maison Scotch underneath. The Giuseppe Zanotti buckle sandals were the original shoes I was going to wear when I thought I was wearing the Rag & Bone nightingale top as a dress. I stuck with the orginal shoe plan because I thought it gave the outfit a little edge. Have you ever planned the perfect outfit in your head only to have it be a disappointment in real life?