$11 – boohoo.com
$45 – newlook.com
$19 – selfridges.com
Continuing on with this classy night out series. Not gonna lie, all of these outfits will pretty much have the same general style. The fuller A-line skirt with the tighter and smaller shirt work so well together to create that ballerina effect. This velour top is particularly reminiscent of dancers’ leotards. Perfect way to bring the looks from the stage into your street style!
The silver jewelry matches the nail polish, but not in a totally obvious way. I added in a darker lip, which seemed very Slytherin to me. I don’t wear lipstick often myself, but I think I would feel very glam in this color. Hope you like it, and get excited for the second half of the series!
So, like with the comfy Slytherin outift, this might not be what some of you expect so I will explain myself once again. If you have ever worn a jersey or cotton maxi dress then you know that it is the height of comfort. I wore a dress similar to this one and could have slept in it I was so comfortable. This is the perfect dress for those days when you want to look cute but don’t really want to put in the effort. Throw on a maxi dress. It’s effortless and still beautiful. This outfit in particular is perfect for a nice summer day when you just want to relax, maybe read a book (I’m sure many a Ravenclaw spend their summer days reading in the sun). The floppy hat is a perfect accessory to keep the sun off your face so you can see the pages in front of you and the crocheted tote is the perfect bag to wrap up this easygoing outfit. Like I said before, play around with yellow when doing a Ravenclaw outfit, even if its just a pop of color in your nail polish! The feather earrings here hint at the House name itself and also add a fun touch. Enjoy, and if you’re reading your books outside, don’t forget sunscreen!
Edit: Apparently those are leaf earrings, who knew? I think they look like feathers so that’s what I will continue to call them.