No bore with visor.

Happy Eid Mubarak to my Muslim friends and readers.

Currently listening to Next to you- Justin Bieber ft Chris Brown.

Bringing you the 90’s vibe with my beautiful outfit.

(I know I look beautiful, thanks for the compliments)

Today’s outfit: a sun visor(cap), an off shoulder lace top that I turned to a tube, a midi denim skirt, a fanny pack (which I’ve fallen in love with) and this Clarks teacher like pumps.

History of visor and tube top👇🏾

Visor was designed for outdoor sports to prevent the face from direct sunlight.

The tube top’s precursor was a beachwear or informal summer garment worn by young girls in the 1950s, that became more widely popular in the 1970s, and returned to popularity in the 1990s and 2000s. –Wikipedia

I have a couple of visors and they go with almost anything. It’s just a lazy head wear when you don’t want to stress yourself or when you haven’t made your hair.

Midi skirts are so beautiful, I prefer them a lot to mini skirts. They go with a nice tank top or a long sleeve top or anything. I know most people don’t like it because “they probably feel it’s a long skirt and they won’t wear that”.

Important.

Some of my friends have been suggesting ideas on what they’ll love me to blog or talk about in terms of fashion, if there’s a particular fashion trend or topic you’ll love me to blog about feel free to drop them in comment section.

“Clothes mean nothing until someone lives in them” – Marc Jacobs.

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Love always, xoxo🖤

You got to this point, feel free to answer these questions and leave comments.

👇🏾

•Do you have a visor?

•How did you rock your visor?

•Ever rocked a midi skirt? How did you rock it?

Photos by yusufshotme

Top: Island market

Skirt: Thrifted

Visor: A Gift

Shoes: Clarks

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