Leonie was unsure, to say the least, about how she’d look in a tube skirt. The key is to wear a loose, floaty top with it and not to go bodycon all the way. I love the floral pattern of the Azalea Tube Skirt, the texture covers any lumps and bumps nicely (not that she has any) and I think this style gives the illusion that the lower half of the body is smaller. Get more wear out of the Azalea Tube Skirt by teaming it with a white shirt and blazer for the office.
I wasn’t previously a fan of a dipped hemline (some people call them handkerchief hemlines), but this Hull Sleeveless Tank has changed my mind. It skims the hips nicely and the ‘dips’ create the effect of soft movement. The Hull Tank comes in lots of colours and would also look great over a Metalicus Basics Tank Dress to soften those areas that the bodycon style leaves exposed.
Melissa Carey’s photos have an ethereal, otherworldly quality to them, don’t you think? It’s almost as if she’s transformed Leonie into a 1920s silent film star. Melissa and Leonie, you are both stars!
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Lace Paradise Earrings from Runway Style.