I Am 20 and Fabulous: Fashion Finds for 20-something Year-Olds
Do fashionista celebs like Lauren Conrad from The Hills inspire you?
Do you want your wardrobe to look like it came straight from the pages of Vogue magazine?
Then I’ve got 7 hot finds for you to check out!
Reptile print attire may not be your cup of tea, but this blouse might just surprise you.
Wear a beige or black camisole underneath and pair it with dark-denim jeans or fitted beige or white pants with gold platforms- it will look so sssexy.
I’m so thrilled the 1940’s fashion came back.
I think it’s one of the classiest eras of all history and almost any age group pull off it’s sophisticated style.
Well, this purple pencil skirt can be worn with a black or gray button-down blouse, or a black or gray blazer.
Wear black platforms or pumps, and you’ll be ready to knock ‘em dead at that interview.
Take this patent leather bag to any daytime function.
Show off your funky side and sport a purple or green outfit with it.
Or try it with an all-white or all-black get-up and matching yellow shoes.
I personally wouldn’t wear it with red, however, because it would look sort of ketchup/mustardy.
Jeans are the most versatile piece of clothing that has ever existed to mankind.
Wear these bootcuts laid-back with a casual top and flats or instantly dress them up with heels and a dressy blouse.
Sport an oversized shoulder bag with these, and you’ll be ready for a big day out.
Look chic and still feel comfy.
These brown leather ballerinas can be worn with your favorite jeans or semi-casual skirt and you can pair them with a matching brown or navy tote bag.
The ruffles just look exquisite on this shirt-dress.
Carry a patent red clutch and red pumps, and you’ll arrive at any daytime engagement in style.
Who knew that a killer biker jacket would come in an ultra feminine color like lilac?
Well this one can be worn with jeans, pumps, and a white or brown bag.
Or simply keep it toned down with flats.
Now that you’re in your 20’s, you should have already graduated from the juniors’ section.
So take your style from teen to mean with the most stunning ensembles, shoes, and handbags.
I don’t want to see your outfit criticized in the dos and don’ts section of Glamour magazine (you know, the very last page where they put a black mark over a person’s eyes who made a big a fashion boo-boo).