08, 10, 2016

stir it up

The classic causal weekend look. On the weekends you just want to wear your over sized tees and super soft sweats. This look is just as comfy and includes the most comfortable custom tee. I just had my blog name printed on this tee by Uber Prints. Their website is super easy to use and there are so many design options. It took me awhile to come up with my design but I love that it reflects my blog and it turned out great. The T-shirt is super comfy and soft! I have a link at the bottom of this post to Uber Prints, you should definitely check them out.
I’m loving the western feel to these stirrup leggings. Wrapping the stirrup around the heel is a fun way to wear. I think the traditional way to wear is to tuck into your boots, which is genius! The leggings are a great material. I love the detail of the stitched creases which makes the legging more of a pant. The material is really soft and is thicker than most leggings. It’s a great buy for the winter season to tuck into boots or mix it up and rock the stirrup over a good bootie or heel.
I finished this outfit with a men’s zara bomber. I love the oversized look and it balances out the skin tight leggings. Would you rock stirrup leggings?


Bottoms: H&M

Shoes: Christian Louboutin

Bomber: Zara Mens

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10 responses to “stir it up”

  1. Aria Di Bari says:

    Love how you’re wearing these leggings!


  2. Lola says:

    great look”

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  3. Lauren says:

    I love this custom tee! So cute that it has your blog name on it!

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  4. Keri says:

    Ooh love this. And that bomber jacket!! Yes

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  5. Rena says:

    I like the cool look with the stylish pants!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

  6. yuka says:

    I’ve been seeing this trend pop up everywhere, you pull it off so well!


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Elizabeth Claire is the Content Creator and Photographer for The LALA LOOKBOOK based in the Bay Area. Follow on Follow

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