Ballerina in the City

Ballerina in the City- Enchanting Elegance
Ballerina in the City- Enchanting Elegance
Ballerina in the City- Enchanting Elegance
Ballerina in the City- Enchanting Elegance
Ballerina in the City- Enchanting Elegance
Ballerina in the City- Enchanting Elegance
Ballerina in the City- Enchanting Elegance
Ballerina in the City- Enchanting Elegance
Ballerina in the City- Enchanting Elegance

Similar Unitard || Pink Tulle Skirt c/o || Rebecca Minkoff Bag || Similar Bow Heels || Headbands of Hope headband c/o || Similar Earrings || Jackie Kennedy Unity Band || Rumba Time Watch c/o || Aveda Dry Shampoo c/o || Aveda Control Force Hair Spray c/o ||

One word that comes to mind when I think of this look is romance. The dreamy pink tulle skirt matched with the softer makeup and braided hair crown all come together beautifully in this re-imagining of a ballerina. I have a certain weakness when it comes to tulle and this skirt is no exception! It's a one size fits all with a little tie at the waist to help with the fit and a price point of under $18. The length was perfect for me and I love how the skirt moved if a slight breeze hit or when I was walking. I'm not sure if anyone here has ever worn a unitard piece, but they are amazing! I love wearing them with skirts since there is no extra bunching of fabric when you tuck your shirt in. This one I'm wearing is an old Modcloth buy from a few years ago, but similar ones like this are available now. The seamless smooth fit is worth it. I'll go into more depth with tomorrow's post about the hairstyle, but I'll quickly touch base with it here since this was the finished product. I used this dry shampoo, which is actually a powder and smells sooooo good, and this hairspray to create the braided crown. It was easier than I thought and I was happy with how it turned out. It's something I'll have to perfect, but for a first try, not too bad haha!

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xo, Amanda