Tennis With A Twist

IMG_5955 This look was inspired by the annual Atlanta Open that is in town this week. I have to admit I have been absolutely praying for an excuse to purchase the infamous  tennis skirt from American Apparel and my prayers were answered. Almost a year ago I played tennis for the first time while I was on a conference trip to Dominic Republic, yet unfortunately my schedule has not allowed me to play since then. However, this event gave me the boost I needed to put time for tennis practice in my schedule. IMG_5953 All smiles before the matches began. It was some what a rainy day but the show must go on. I paired a simple collared shirt from Zara with the fun, fit, and full of flare American Apparel Tennis skirt. I do not remember exactly where my jewels are fro but I will definitely link something similar. IMG_5942 Before the match began, seeing them set this arena up from scratch was nothing short of amazing. I loved every aspect especially the details in the color. There were a lot of restrictions on taking photos being that this was a professional tennis match. So I made sure to get everything before the game started. Besides I rather you go and experience this yourself. IMG_5994 On very rare occasions you will catch me in sneakers. For an event as such I felt it was absolutely necessary. I paired my cute yet comfy look with a pair of nike sneakers (that I later found out glowed in the dark lol). Thank you Nike you never let a fashionista down when she needs you the most. IMG_6012 IMG_5959 IMG_6042 IMG_6063 Thank you for visiting. Please comment below. What's life like in your Heels?
Skirt: American Apparel - Tennis Skirt Top: Zara - Shirt  (similar) Necklace: Bauble Bar (similar) Handbag: Chanel - Large Flap Bag (sold out) similar bag Shoes: Nike - Nike Air Max Thea Premium (sold out) available on Ebay
2 Responses
  • Cheap Nike Air Max
    August 6, 2014

    Very good blog! Do you have any tips for aspiring writers?
    I’m hoping to start my own site soon but I’m a little lost on everything.
    Would you suggest starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so
    many choices out there that I’m completely overwhelmed ..
    Any tips? Appreciate it!

  • Bev B.
    August 20, 2014


    Im so sorry for my delayed response let me start by saying thank you. I worked really hard to get the blog going its my baby and I am proud of it. I don’t really have any tips for aspiring writers only because I don’t consider myself to be a writer. Only advice I would have is to write comfortably, make sure what you are writing is authentic to you. Your writers should be able to get to know you through your writing. A good start is to figure out your layout, design, and flow. Blogger and WordPress are cool, I personally use wordpress for now until I get my blogger readership higher then I will probably change the blog into an actual site. Don’t be overwhelmed and don’t rush it, take your time and sort through each step the ending result will be much better that way.