How to Wear a Midi Skirt

1. River's Island $44 | 2. SheIn $16 | 3. Guess $29 | 4. Mango $24.99 | 5. Public Desire $47.47

It's a common misconception that shorter women can't wear midi skirts. The trick is to select a flattering length and wear the right top. Here are some tips on how to wear a midi skirt:
1. Select a mid-calf hem length
2. Pair a midi skirt with a fitted crop top
3. Cinch the waist with a belt
4. Pick a skirt made of a lighter fabric (like mesh or chiffon)
5. Select an A-line silhouette 
6. Wear heels!
This is a great look for a summer wedding or party. A-line midi skirts are really easy to dress up or dress down, just wear flats or sneakers and a simple chain necklace to transform this outfit into the perfect ensemble for a barbeque or picnic.


NEW IN: American Apparel High Waist Jeans

Top: Forever 21 $17.90
Shoes: Forever 21 $30

I am obsessed with my new American Apparel jeans. The fit is more slim than boyfriend jeans and the waist is definitely tighter. They go perfectly with heels or flats and give any outfit a retro look.




Vintage Studded High-Waist Shorts Size Small/Medium

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Prabal Gurung for Target Heels!!!
After stalking these for 3 months I found them on sale for only $28!!!
Wet Seal Angie Cageback Bralette



Finally got my 1460 Dr. Martens!! Expect a how to wear post sometime next week!


Kat Graham at the Airport

It's been too long! It's literally been like a good 3 months since I've done a celebrity outfit post. I saw this picture of Kat Graham (5'3") on Tumblr and I just had to show you guys:
A similar look:

gathered cropped top

Rag Union x Urban Renewal Foiled Camo Jacket



I have been meaning to post this feature since July! I've completely forgotten & I'm sorry Amanda!! So, everyone meet Amanda, a 24 year old blogger from Sweden.
1. How tall are you? I'm 156 cm (5'1").
2. Where did the title of your blog [done n done] come from? The story behind the name done n done is super long and super personal. But I will try to be short. So, I started "done n done" soon after I got dumped back in 2008. I was really heartbroken. But 2008 was also the year I finished high school, started university and moved from my parents home. So I was going through a lot of changes and  I wanted to creative something that was only mine and that I was the only one who could control it. So I started a blog. 
I decided to go for the name done n done because back then it represented being done with something and starting a new chapter, so done n done is all about reinventing yourself and growing up. At first I was only blogging about my emotions and random stuff. But later I started doing make up because I love being creative. But I always wanted to do fashion so in 2010 I got good camera and tripod and I started sharing my fashion style.

3. Describe your style in 3 words. Girly, edgy and fresh.

4. What inspires the way you dress? Everything and anything, fashion magazines, Tumblr, other fashion blogs, movies (especially old movies), music, art, the list goes on and on.
5. What fashion advice do you have to give? Don't become a fashion victim! All trends do not look good on anybody. But I also believe that you can rock anything as long as you make it feel like its YOU and not like you are trying to copy something just because it looks good on everybody else. So my advice is to be YOU!

6. What item do you always splurge on? Hmm, I really don't have an item that I splurge on ... But if I would have to choose one, I would say SHOES! =) 
7. What sparked your interest in fashion? I've always been interested in fashion, but my passion for fashion started when I was 19 or 20 . I think it was around that age that I started to get to know the real me. I became more aware of what I liked and didn't liked and what looked good on me and what didn't looked good. Before that  I just dressed like every other high school girl in my school and I wasn't that obsessed with being an individual. After I got out off high school, the only thing I wanted was to be unique and original and I sick of blending in the crowd so I started to care about fashion even more. 
Make sure you check out Amanda's blog: Done n Done!