Because it was style blogging that first introduced me to the world of blogging, I will always have a soft spot in my heart for the community of fashion bloggers. To tell you the truth, I didn’t want to stop writing about fashion on my blog, but one thing led to another, and in the end, I had no choice but to do so. To my good fortune, YesStyle dresses have presented me with the chance to investigate fashion blogging once more.
An Opinion On Clothes
When it comes to the overall quality of the items from YesStyle dresses, I have absolutely no complaints at all. The fabric of the garments is substantial, and despite their heavy appearance, they do not have a harsh feel when worn against the skin. In regard to how well it fits, the measurements are unquestionably precise. I reviewed their size chart and took my measurements before making a decision. When we talk about sizes, one of the things I really like about the Niji Smile Mini Pleated Skirt is that it comes in sizes as large as 2XL from the YesStyle rewards code.
New Skin Care Products
By interspersing some fashion blogging with my beauty blogging, I’ll be able to extend the amount of time I spend trying out new skin care products. Now that I’ve added content about makeup and style, I’m at the point where I can use the skin care products for anywhere between one and three weeks before I start working on my in-depth evaluations.
Blackpink Lovesick Girls
The costume from Blackpink’s Lovesick Girls YesStyle dresses was the first one I attempted to imitate from a Kpop music video. The look that Jisoo wore is the one that I attempted to imitate for myself. Even if it’s the easiest thing to do again, I can’t help but feel like it was a failure on my behalf.
Red T-Baby Shirts & Blouses
The majority of my YesStyle dresses are blouses, therefore I don’t actually own any red T-baby shirts. When I wore the red top with the plaid skirt, I felt like it made me appear a little bit like a housewife. In addition, the plaid skirt was the wrong color since I mismatched the plaid.
It was going to be a plaid skirt from YesStyle dresses with a darker color scheme, similar to the one Jisoo wore. Because the plaid pattern and color were so similar to the one that Jisoo wore, I decided to wear this plaid jacket instead of the one that she wore with her dress. Jisoo’s jacket has a hood.
Double The Amount And More
My second outfit was an attempt to imitate the YesStyle dress first, in which she wore a dress that seemed like it was straight out of a fairy tale. Her garment was of the bodycon midi length variety. My final selection was an A-line dress that was a little bit on the shorter side. My initial concern was that the dress I selected would be too slender for my frame.
Because it came with an additional dress, thankfully, it was not at all see-through. In addition, despite the fact that the fabric resembled tulle, it did not itch in the slightest, and in fact, it was very pleasant.
Blackpink Kill This Love
My third look, which is based on the music video for Blackpink’s song “Kill This Love,” was likewise inspired by a music video. I didn’t try to copy an outfit worn by one of the other band members, but rather I concentrated on developing a fresh style using the same components. Because they wore a lot of details including cargo and leather, I decided to wear a skirt made of YesStyle dresses cargo and a vest made of cargo that had chains on it.
Ikon’s Dream Love Scene
Lastly, but certainly not least, there is the look that was influenced by Love Scenario. Because Love Scenario by iKon is my favorite song by a Korean artist, I thought it would be appropriate to include it here as an example of one of my Kpop music video-inspired costumes. It is not based on any one of the band members in particular, but it is something that I would put on if I were in the music video.
They clothed themselves in baggy garments and wore several layers of clothing. I re-wore the jacket with the plaid pattern, as well as the baseball jacket which is so adorable. The gray jeans that I wore are also from YesStyle dresses, and they were included in the post that I wrote on the must-have things that every YesStyle customer should have.
Everything You Need To Know About Yesstyle
All of the items of clothing that I described at the beginning of this article are available on YesStyle, and together they cost close to $100 (more than 5,000 Philippine pesos). In light of the clothing’s really high level of craftsmanship, the prices are quite fair.
It doesn’t appear cheap at all, and even though the cloth is very dense, it yet manages to provide a nice feel. If you shop on YesStyle dresses and want to take advantage of further savings, enter the Code beauty lover at checkout.
Clothing And Cosmetic Products
I will be incorporating both clothing and cosmetic products in this YesStyle Haul that I am doing. This YesStyle order came to a total price of P5,329.14, which is about equivalent to $100. This does not include the free samples or the sponsored items (USD). Regarding the product that is being sponsored,
Beauty Items Haul
As for the beauty goods, I finally got around to purchasing all of the ones that I’ve been intending to get but putting off for as long as I can remember. The fact that the thigh-high socks actually reach my thighs is another source of relief for me. Even when I move around a lot, it stays in place nicely, which is one of my favorite features of it.