In this series of posts, I narrow my focus down to two basic pieces to show how they can serve you well in several situations. The three-quarter sleeve scoop neck top worn with the basic tapered pants can form the foundation for any number of smart looks.
Even when I am running errands such as going to the Farmer’s Market, I want to look like I put forth an effort to look my best. Casual doesn’t have to mean sloppy. When I am wearing a casual look, there are a few tips I always use. Less makeup and accessories and a less structured bag and shoes that look appropriate with casual attire.
The pop of color and pattern from a fun summer bag can take a casual look up a notch. Embroidered bags continue to be very popular for that reason.
A bit of gray eyeshadow near the base of my lashes blended up to the crease, some mascara, and bright lip color are sufficient. Moisturizer is more critical than a foundation for me. My makeup and skincare are always by Beautycounter. My website is here. I am a manager for Beautycounter and have been using it exclusively since last fall.
I never wear running shoes for anything other than walking in the neighborhood. These casual suede sneakers are by Kenneth Cole. I bought the shoes and the Levis classic denim jacket from Dillards.com last year.