Fashion Friday! Fashionably Fit!
This week's #FashionFriday is Fashionably Fit! We are here to show you what to wear for a fashionably fit outfit. Since the summer is coming to an end, it is time to start looking your best for the rest of the year!
I personally love the theme of the week. I do not get to exercise often, but when I do I try to look good after I work out. So I chose a purple and black color scheme, while also choosing what I want to work out in and what I want to wear for the rest of the day after I feel good from running. I decided to pair the purple tank with black leggings and black sneakers. For the rest of the day, I decided to go with black scallop shorts, and a purple flowy tank top with layers. I also choose the Susan Harbourt Designs's Forget-Me-Not copper earrings! I figure why not go with the theme of summer. I also chose a beautiful copper cuff from Susan Harbourt Designs. The entire ensemble can be finished with a camel leather tote by Tod's D. All the Forget-Me-Not's are super trendy, and affordable too! What would you wear to look your best while getting fit?
Susan is out on vacation so she will be back next week!
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