Breaking Up Doesn't Have to be Hard to do

Breaking up doesn't have to be hard to do, breaking up your sets that is! If you remember my post Set Yourself Apart  I had been sporting a lovely little eyelet trim skirt set number from the Loft. Sets are still a relevant trend but breaking them up & pairing them with other items in your wardrobe can give you more bang for your buck!
Pictured I took the tank from the set & combined it with my favorite pair of boyfriend jeans. Completing the look with a statement necklace, sandals, & a fun clutch!
I would wear the skirt that came with this tank with a basic tee or tank, a dresser statement necklace, & a pair of wedges.
If you have a set at home don't be afraid to break it up & wear the pieces with other garments for versatility. This can decrease your cost per wear. If you don't already own a set consider getting one for yourself. You can wear them together or separate! Whatever you do make sure it's you because you are beautiful.
Well dolls till next time!
Stay Sassy + God Bless!
Gigi xo
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Blogger in a Blanket

I received this lovely blanket scarf as a gift from my dearest friend, Cousin Jill. I am absolutely obsessed with it. I will wear it around my neck with my winter coat on bone chilling New England days or use it as a shawl in the office.

I have outfitted my blanket scarf with boyfriend jeans and wedged lace up booties. I decided I wanted to try wearing my blanket scarf in a more unique way by layering it over this baseball shirt and belting it at the waist. Scarves are an easy and cost efficient way to update your wardrobe!

Give this a try for yourself if you are up for the challenge!

Well dolls till next time.

Stay Sassy + God Bless xo

 Baseball Shirt-Victoria's Secret//Boyfriend Jeans-Kut from the Kloth//Blanket Scarf-Primark//Shoes-Metrostyle//Belt-Brighton Collectibles//

Not Your Cheerleading Pom Pom

I was never a hat person prior to this season. The only time I would be caught dead in one was a baseball cap at the beach or at the gym. This season I decided to step outside my comfort zone and try a couple! I love the classic fedora from my post Baby It's Cold Outside but this pom pom beanie is so much fun. This beanie has easily become a winter weekend essential.

It's funny I got this hat on a whim. I ran into Target quick on my lunch break one day in December, I was on a mission. I needed gloves, a hat, and a flash light for a winter 5k I was running that night. I could have gotten a more basic beanie but what is the fun in that?

When I was packing to head to Portsmouth, NH this weekend with my mum for a little girls getaway this ensemble was a definite must. I'm smitten for the lace detail on this sweater and I these boots have become my favorite pair this season.

I encourage you to try something outside your comfort zone! It is easy to fall into the same items over and over again but be bold, be daring, and most importantly be-YOU-tiful.

Till next time dolls! Be sure to connect with us on snapchat: @fashology and instagram @fashology101

Stay Sassy + God Bless, GiGi XO

// Hat // Sweater // Jeans // Boots // Crossbody //