Crisp mornings, sweltering afternoons, and cold nights; that is Fall in North Carolina for ya! You literally have to dress for 3 seasons all in one. Being a NC native I am ready to tackle fall , and in the most Caribbean Cowgirl-est way lol.
While Burgundy is my go-to Fall color, I decided to mix it up my throwing some rosy hues into the mix. I also took a Fall work staple , tweed pants, and gave them a feminine after hours flair. I paired my pants with a classic button down, but I did not stop there. I layered a cute camisole top over it and belted it at the waist . I opted for an open toed mule ( I am a woman mule obsessed this year lol) in a blush tone to uplift the softness of the look. In Caribbean Cowgirl fashion, I had to add a fun statement piece. My mouse-eared purse was the perfect addition to seal this look.
As for my hair , I parted it into six big sections and flex-rodded it using a dime-size amount of leave in conditioner( I didn't use mouse because it's a little stiff and dries out the hair). After getting the massive kink out of my neck from sleeping on flex rods all night , I brushed out the curls with a paddle brush for a nice body wave look. The hair I use I from Glamour House of Hair and is the Russian Radiance, which is perfect for a type 4c hair girl like me. It seamlessly blends with my texture so I'm not out here burning my leave out to blend with some 'Brazilian-by way of India' Remy. I am currently wearing 2 1/2 bundles 2 of which I have had over 2 years. So to answer your question, this hair holds up very well. I will do doing a more in depth review and maintenance post soon , so be on the lookout.Shop my hair here on www.glamourhouseofhair.com .
Camisole top ($13,shop here)
Belt ($11,shop here)
Tweed/Plaid pants (sold out, shop similar here)
Peep toe mules- Moschino
Purse-($19, shop here)
Bag charm-($10, shop here )
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