***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: