It’s a new month, but a blog I never got a chance to post! Here is my Gasparillia Style from last month! If you want to check out my Instagram TV, click here to see the video I made!
Gasparilla has passed us in Tampa Bay, but I am still excited to share a few of my favorite looks that I had a tough time deciding what to wear to the parade! What the best thing is about all these outfits are that they can be worn outside of the parade.
Red Dress Style
This is the easiest style of all the outfits! All you need is a red dress, leather jacket, knee high boots and a belt bag! This is a look that is perfect for the parade or for a valentine’s date! It’s super easy to throw on all these pieces, but make it look like you really tried! Of course for Gapsarilla, I added a bandana and hat just to be festive!
Black and White Stripes
I love a look with black and white stripes! This is an outfit that is perfect if you are still experiencing colder weather near you!
I added sparkly gold tights under my black and white striped shorts as the focus on my “pirate” look. My tights and shorts are both from Torrid!
My white flowy sweater top is from Bealls! That is my go to spot for any inexpensive outfits that look super pretty and cute. I added a red belt for a pop of color!
This look is my favorite! Leather is always a must if you want an edgy look. Pirate – edgy – it works! This is the same leather skirt from Torrid that I wore in my new years eve OOTD. This skirt goes with everything! I love adding it as the staple piece to an outfit.
I rocked my red and white striped top from Marshalls and black lace up booties from Target. I added a belt bag from torrid from last year and my cute bandana from Hazel and Dot, a local Tampa Boutique.
The last accessory for a Gapsarilla outfit is beads! You have to have beads – it’s a must! You’ll get several beads on the parade route – it’ll happen for sure!
This is just a fun blog that I wanted to post! I didn’t want these pictures to go to waste! I love this time of year and had the best time at Gasparilla! I’ll be counting down the days until Gasparilla 2021!
Until the next blog,