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Bodacious In Bordeaux

Atlanta style blogger, style blogger, blogger, street style, Atlanta blogger

Happy New Year!  This is the first post of the year!  Noticed anything different?

I've updated the blog.  What do you think?  I've only been blogging for less than 2 years but I'm proud of the progress that I've made and there's more changes to come.  If you haven't subscribed, you can 

here

.

One thing I'm most proud of is that I've really started to like myself.  Although I'm not perfect, I can look at myself in the mirror and built myself up instead of picking out my flaws.  I didn't make any new year resolutions because I had already started making resolutions in 2015.  My goal for 2016 is to really put my best foot forward and stop being afraid of shoulda, woulda, coulda's.  I plan to be very intentional in

EVERYTHING

I do.  Don't believe me just watch!

So a couple of weeks ago I share a post of my

ShoeDazzle

 holiday wishlist (

here

).  One of the items on the list was this "cozy turtleneck tunic

sweater 

.  I liked both the color and the style of this sweater.  Would you try a monochromatic look?

Atlanta style blogger, style blogger, blogger, street style, Atlanta blogger
Atlanta style blogger, style blogger, blogger, street style, Atlanta blogger
Atlanta style blogger, style blogger, blogger, street style, Atlanta blogger
Atlanta style blogger, style blogger, blogger, street style, Atlanta blogger
Atlanta style blogger, style blogger, blogger, street style, Atlanta blogger
Atlanta style blogger, style blogger, blogger, street style, Atlanta blogger
Atlanta style blogger, style blogger, blogger, street style, Atlanta blogger
Atlanta style blogger, style blogger, blogger, street style, Atlanta blogger

Sweater -

ShoeDazzle

 // Skirt -

Forever21

 // Shoes -

ShoeDazzle

 // Scarf -

Charlotte Russe

 // Handbag -

Forever21

 // Belt - Thrifted // Eyewear - mall kiosk

Thanks for stopping by!!!

#createyourownlook

Refashionista... Scarf/Vest/Dress

Hi there Stylenista's...

I thrifted this scarf from Park Ave Thrift right at the beginning of the summer and wasn't quite sure what to do with it.  After watching a video on Facebook, I was inspired.  Although this DIY style is not an original, I wanted to show the different ways that I was able to style this one-piece garment.

Check out how I styled this over-sized scarf or wrap....