ewfashionblogger – How To Do: Scuba Fashion for a High-Budget

How To Do: Scuba Fashion for a High-Budget

Last Monday I showed you how to get the scuba look for a low-budget, however, today I’m going to show you how to get the loom for a high-budget.

Scuba fashion is sporty (great for this season), bold and modern. It is a great way to boost your fashion credentials with a few simple steps – as long as you are willing to step out of your comfort zone and try something different! I think the best way to rock the look is to combine a neoprene skirt (preferably brightly coloured with chunky zips), with a sheer shimmery sweater (or crop top) and bright heels! Just think chunky watches, neoprene, and sleek, watery shimmer.

So here’s how to get the look for a high-budget:

Swimsuit – Lisa Marie Fernandez – + Peter Pilotto The Farrah swimsuit (£400)
Skirt – J.W. Anderson – Women’s Caged Neoprene Skirt (Was £576, Now £288)
Clutch – Proenza Schouler – PS1 suede clutch (£650)
Watch – Nixon – 42-20 Chrono rubber watch (£340)
Heels – Jimmy Choo – Denton neoprene scuba peep-toe sandals (Was £495, Now £346.50)
All available from Net-a-porter.com, except skirt which is available from http://www.ln-cc.com.

Personally, I love this swimsuit – in fact I think it is one of my favourites this season. The skirt will look great over the top of the swimsuit – in true scuba style. The blue hues of the watch and the clutch work well with the whole ensemble, and the neoprene shoes are the final touch. To complete the look, slick your hair back, wear shimmery, translucent makeup on your cheekbones to highlight your face, and finish off with silvery blue eyeliner. For nails, a pop of bright orange will perfect the look.

Check out my blog next Monday, where I will be showing you The Best Swimsuits for a Low-Budget!

ewfashionblogger – Your online fashion stylist.

This entry was published on July 2, 2012 at 4:14 am. It’s filed under Fashion and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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