Three looks at Coney Island

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3 Coney Island day trip looks…

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The first look in this set of pictures is a Tara Starlet crop top I got last summer that is amazing and perfect for scorching days! I wore it with this Pepaloves gingham skirt I’m in love with. It’s the perfect length! My second look pictured is a Pepaloves romper, I love that it looks like it could be a set with a crop and shorts. I of course had to bring along my popcorn bag and I paired the romper with this. Topped off with a red lip and straw hat!

Third look is this dress covered in hearts by Collectif! It’s so darling. I had the same shaped dress in another print by them and just had to have this one because I’m always obsessed with hearts! If you’ve never heard of Collectif, be sure to check out their site because they have some perfect vintage-inspired pieces. I pulled my hair into a side pony with a ribbon to go with this look and enjoyed one of life’s great miracles- cotton candy!

I hope you enjoy these 3 Coney Island looks! I want to start trying to do posts geared around how to style an item or ‘lookbooks’ so let me know what you would enjoy!

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Love,

Noelle

First look: Red crop top C/O Tara Starlet // Gingham skirt C/O PepaLoves // Straw hat H&M //

Second look: Striped romper C/O Pepaloves // Popcorn bag Nila Anthony // Straw hat H&M

Third look: Heart dress C/O Collectif

Photos taken by Rachel Martino 

 

 

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