20's Glamour & Class

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Every era had it's own connection to a specific adjective that gave that era a reign all it's own.  The roaring 20's for instance, it was all about the classy lavish lifestyle.
You could see the real beauty in the clothing and the dramatic romance of the time period which will draw you in.
Today that era is just what I am channeling to bring life to streetstyle and inspire your inner fashionista to be bold and glamorous!
Here I on a tribal patterned midi skirt from Burlington Coat Factory. I absolutely love them especially when you want those one of a kind staple pieces for your wardrobe! They always seem to make it happen!
I love this skirt because it's fun, versatile and modest. The length gives it a sense of sophistication which I love because beautiful young women we need to portray a positive strong image that we respect ourselves which forces others to respect us as well.
I paired it with a nude tank to showcase the skirt and a fabulous rust sweater over my shoulders from Marshall's .
The laced up sandals are from Guess. They are extremely comfortable and a definite must have this summer.
I added a lovely gold plated necklace from H&M. I love their  accessories they do have such amazing pieces. 
My favorite nude clutch is from New York and Co. It's a real classy piece like they would have done in the 20's. Also to add that touch of class of course I had to get some finger waves! (Thanks Stacey Ciceron) .
The outfit is classy and sassy to go from day to date night easily. As a curvy girl I adore this look because sometimes this look can be difficult to achieve. 
Every woman can feel empowered and beautiful.
I hope my ootd can inspire your fabulosity.

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