Monday, 5 September 2016

Day to Night Look with Cynthia

Hello, all! If you've been reading this blog for a while, you must have seen my dear friend Cynthia around here a couple or so times. What you might not know is that Cynthia is a beauty nut/makeup addict. She has a whole instagram page dedicated to creating looks using cosmetics—and, well, the occasional movie review. A couple weeks ago, we decided to meet up and create a day-to-night look of sorts, where she will do the make up and I...uh, bring the camera :') so here are what we came up with. Please bear with the limited amount of photos, we took too long to do the makeup—what with all the goofing around and cry-laughing—so the photo sessions needed to be rushed before the sun goes down—which by the end of it, it was already too late.

For the day look, we both coincidentally wanted to rock denim simultaneously. Hey yo! I opt for a short dungaree which I wore over this casual, nautically striped dress. Since it's supposed to be for the day, a pair of clog-styled sandals would be optimal, I find, and a boater hat to top off the casual look—and protect your head from the UV light, I suppose. Maybe something you'd wear to a farmers market in the summer or the beach? I don't know.

Cynthia, on the other hand, sticks with the good ol', classic plain white T and jeans combo. The t-shirt is tucked on the front but let loose around the back, to give the look some twist, paired with some comfortable shoes for a day of hanging out. Absolutely love the touch of choker and hollow ring! Needless to say, this is an outfit for every occasion.

The sun is down, it's time to party! Hypothetically, anyway. This time we both went a more feminine route. Damn, I swear sometimes we straight up read each other's minds. Because I'm a no-fuss, low maintenance type of gal, I decided to just strip off the dungaree, stick on some tights and replace the shoes and headgear—the boater hat for a more girly '60s style hair bow and the sandals for some ankle boots.

Cynthia, on the other hand, opted for a classier look with a black-and-white skirt for a pop of pattern and some high heels. Still a classic and perfect for every occasion. She replaced the choker with a somewhat-regal type necklace—wish we did a close up on that. Unfortunately, we didn't really have time to change up the makeup too much, except for the shade of lipstick that we wore. I went for a bolder, redder variety, while Cynthia opted for a darker shade of mauve.

That's all from our mini collaboration today! Let us know what you think and if you have any inspirations of what we could do together next.
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