I finally was able to go to the salon today during my lunch hour. Oh how great that felt! I love it when a stylist is nice, talkative, and explains techniques to me while styling my hair. The girl at 7 Salon named Jewel was great! I'd definitely go back to her. 7 Salon is known for giving you haircuts and styles that suits your natural facial bone structure. When Jewel saw me, she knew exactly what I wanted. I didn't want to reduce the length much because I will be wearing my hair down and curled for my wedding. But she knew with Asian hair, it's hard to get volume. So she gave me the right amount of layers to help with that problem.
I took a snap shot really quick in the changing room of the salon
Jewel also taught me how to recreate this look at home, which I always appreciate when stylists do this. :)
As you can see from the picture above, I wore my two-wheeler today. It was going to be in the 90's today, so I knew I needed something that 1. didn't need a cardi, and 2. was cotton. The two-wheeler fit the bill. I have gotten so many compliments on this dress so far. Even the MALE receptionist at the salon said he loved it. Every time I wear this, I don't want to take it off. The fit, the fabric, the color...everything about it makes me feel pretty! The very last thing I want to do is tie my hair back, take this dress off and go to the gym. Ahhh...but I have to...after work. Poo!
Dress - Two-Wheeler Dress (Anthropologie)
Belt - Looping Lanes Belt (Anthropologie)
Shoes - Red pumps from Vaneli (Nordstroms)...not photographed