Putting away my floral prints, light pinks and tassel earrings in today's outfit styling. Today I'm sharing an outfit pairing featuring a new accessory that's a little different than my usual outfits, but I'm low key not hating it! 

How to style a tribal statement necklace

Sugarfix by Target necklace
Blue Kate Spade purse
HOw to style a denim skirt
Statement necklace outfit inspo
Styling a white oxford
City style outfit inspo
White Button Down || Denim Button Down Skirt || Gray Suede Flats || "Colorful Warrior Bib Necklace' c/o || Sunglasses (dupes sold out, designer version linked) || Similar Kate Spade Purse || Michael Kors watch

Happy Wednesday friends!

One of my favorite things about fashion is getting to experiment with different trends and styles to create so many different looks. I’m a firm believer that what you wear has an impact on how you’re feeling that day. I mean, we all have that power color (mine’s hot pink!) that makes us feel like we can take on the world.

Like I said in my “Let’s talk about personal style” post, I’m wanting to experiment with clothes more this year and wear things I wouldn’t normally wear. I recently received this beautiful tribal necklace from the Sugarfix by Bauble Bar collection at Target. Even though the necklace is beautiful, it’s not something I would personally reach for. I thought about how I always like a good challenge (especially a style one!) and wanted to see how I could take this necklace and incorporate it into a more “Amy” outfit.

After many outfit combinations later I came up with this look! This outfit gives me a major New Yorker on the go vibes, but I’m not hating. I actually think this look might be cute with the white button-down untucked and tied into a knot for a less polished look.

Overall I’m so happy with how this outfit came together and feel like I can take on the world in it. I guess it goes to show that sometimes we need to be “pushed” outside of our fashion comfort zone once in a while just like anything in life.

Speaking about stepping outside of our comfort zone... I recently picked up a second part-time job! I am trying my hand at retail and it's a little different than I thought it would be. I'm pretty shy at first and forcing myself to step out and approach people immediately is a little challenging to me. Hopefully I'll get a hang of it soon! Have any of you worked retail before? Let me know if you have any tips down below! I hope you all have a wonderful day and as always, thank you for reading! 

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