***All photos in this post are taken by Moha Photography.
I fell in love with these bow heels that minute I laid my eyes on them. I'm a huge sucker for bows, especially big ones! I found these delicate, feminine heels while I was browsing on Shoedazzle. The next thing I knew, they were in my cart and I purchased them. They are stunning and really scream spring. The color reminds me of pastel colored carnations.
Rocksbox has changed since I last subscribed (my first review here). They've revamped their look - logo and colors feel more luxe than they did before. I'm loving the blue box and pink ribbon! I like that they still keep a monthly fee vs a box fee, you can get multiple boxes in a month if you're a jewelry junkie like me! Let's take a look into my first box:
I'm petite. No matter where I shop from, nothing fits me perfectly. There are times where I find something cute, try it on and find that the XS/XSP is way too large on me. I've had this issue many, many times to the point where I've learned how to fix my clothes. You can do a lot with a sewing machine and some basic sewing skills. Today, I'm sharing an easy way to adjust a low neck top/dress.
Today's lesson will require a sewing machine. You can check out a few of my previous tutorials - clothing hacks for petites and a clothing hacks II for no-sew fixes.
I have this one dress from Tobi I love, but the v neck top is way too long! You can clearly see my bra from the front and side (that's a nightmare!). See photos below:
If you haven't seen my guest post yet on Target Made Me Do It, go there now and read all about my spring beauty must haves. You can get this season's latest trends without having to spend mad $$$. This was my second post on TMMDI and I'm excited to continue this partnership! I happen to love Target, so it feels natural that I combine my love for beauty & fashion with Target. Check out my first post too - Men's Clothing Dupes (my first menswear post!).