Last Updated on July 17, 2020 by Shevy
A Look That Can Transition From Day To Night
Finally I get to put together an outfit that can transition from day to night. My friend Kizzy had suggested this topic some months ago when I prompted my followers for blog topics. Not that I had forgotten about it but I couldn’t come up with a fitting outfit sooner. This was one of those ensembles where I wasn’t really feeling it at the moment but in the end it turned out okay.
On the day of the photo-shoot I did put on pair of heels but then switched it out for sandals. Not sure if I was in a sulky mood or just wasn’t feeling to have my photos taken. All I know is that I wanted to be comfortable and I always choose comfort over cute. After seeing how my photographs came out I realized it was ideal to transform from a day to night look.
Transition From Day To Night Wearing:
The pants is sort of a mustard yellow with a banded belt waistline which I don’t mind because I get a firmer fit around my waist. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to wear it solid black or white but I had been going back and forth changing tops. One of the main reasons why I was in a bad mood doing this shoot.
Frill design at the front of the top, extends all the way across below both arms and I love it. Its a sheer material with polka dots details through out. Also, its super chic and comfortable. Although its black its very lightweight so that means I don’t have to worry about burning up in the sun too much.
Wear To Work
Can be easily transitioned into a work outfit by ditching these sandals and adding a pair of pumps and a handbag. For the sake of being decent at the office and being a see-through material, I’ll have to put on a jacket.
On an occasion outside of work I have the option of keeping on this pair of shoes or put on a pair of heels.