Monthly Archives: December 2015

Something Blue

First off, Merry Christmas ladies! We hope you are all enjoying spending time with family and friends today!

Did Santa bring you¬†a special piece of bling this year?! Ekkk! Well, if so we want to be the first to congratulate you and to let you know that we are your one stop shop for all your bridal fashion needs! Right now we have the perfect outfits for your events in the bridal hue of …

Something Blue!

We know white is traditionally what is worn for most bridal events but since we saw fashion blogger, Vandi Fair, rock this Cinderella esque look for her bridal shower, we have been inspired!

Something blue dress

This little something blue number would be perfect for a bridal brunch or even an engagement party! We love the high neckline and the lace detail.

Something blue dress

Maybe you are more of a boho bride…make your something blue outfit this adorable Lucy Love romper!

Something blue romper

We bet your groom will love it too ūüėČ

something blue romper

And don’t you dare forget to add something sparkly to your wardrobe for your bachelorette party! We are in love, love, LOVE this blue sequin romper for a night on the town!

something blue sequined

something blue sequined

Going to the OBX Wedding Expo? Stop in and check out the special offers we have for Foxy Brides ;)!

Your New Years Eve Outfit

Did you know New Years Eve is just 13 days away?!

We always have customers rushing in after Christmas on the hunt for something sparkly because with so much effort going into Christmas, we always seem to put New Years on the back burner…but not this year! Consider this your reminder to find that special sparkly number…and we have the perfect one in mind!

new years eve top gold

This glitter crop top is a great choice for New Years Eve because it is enough of a blank slate to be worn a ton of different ways!

new years eve top gold

Wear it casually, like our model, to a chill get together with friends! Add this gorgeous All Washed Up Necklace¬†and floppy wool hat¬†to complete the look. We love mixing metals this season too, so don’t be afraid to pair gold with silver!

new years eve top gold

…Or wear it with a high wasted black skirt, tights, heels and maybe some pearls for a fancier look. Either way, you are sure to stun and be on trend.

New years eve top silver

Not a gold girl? Don’t worry, we have it in silver for you too ūüėČ

New Years eve top

We know a lot of people love crop tops (like us, obvi) but there are a few out there that shy away from the trend for fear of showing their tummy…fear not ladies. Pairing the top with something high wasted on the bottom protects you from showing skin AND¬†is actually extremely flattering! The crop allows your torso to look longer and¬†your waist smaller! Sounds like a win-win to us!

We hope your New Years Eve is a Foxy one!

Be sure to send us pictures of you in your Foxy wear for a chance to be featured!

The Basic Dress

Hello foxy fashionistas and thanks for checking out our new blog! Every Friday we will be posting tips right here for you so make sure to stop by each week to keep up ūüėČ …¬†Today’s tip is about taking a basic dress to the next level. To start, you gotta have the perfect basic dress. It needs to fit your figure and be a clean slate for you to express yourself on! We are huge advocates of the Piko Brand from their tops to their dressed, we love them! If you haven’t heard of Piko than you have probably been hiding under a rock. Lol. No need to fret though, we are happy to introduce you to it!

the basic dress:

Basic Dress: Fashion Tip 1

This, ladies, is the Piko dress. Not only is it understatedly glamorous¬†on, but it is also super soft and a great choice to begin your “basic dress” look. Our model here is rocking it with tights and boots and then throws on a faux fur vest to complete the look.

Basic Dress: Fashion Tip 2

We all know that no matter how much we may want a white Christmas here on the East Coast, we are more likely going to have a 50 to 60 degree day. This look allows you to dress appropriately for the season without sweating to death.

Here is the dress in another color (red, perfect for the holidays) and we have paired with a¬†different vest. A vest is the bomb accessory for this year. If you don’t have one yet, get on it ūüėČ

Basic Dress: Fashion Tip 3Basic Dress: Fashion tip 4

So maybe you like this neutral idea but want to hide your food baby from all the Christmas cookies you ate last night…not to worry! Our Charlotte Shift dress is another basic dress¬†we love with an¬†a-line¬†silhouette.

Basic Dress: Fashion Tip 5

Here we have added a Burberry-esque scarf to keep with the holiday theme.

Either of these dresses truly have endless possibilities. You can add a light jacket or some statement jewelry! Heck, if you are feelin’ really adventurous you could tuck it into a tulle skirt and look like a fashionable princess!

We’d love to see how you style our pieces! Send us pics of you in your Foxy wear and you could be featured here on the blog!

Have a Foxy weekend y’all!

OBX Women’s Fashion

Welcome and thank you for stoping by our new our Foxy Flamingo blog page! We have been bringing love and fashion to the Outer Banks of North Carolina since 2009 and are so excited to expand our fashion footprint with this blog!

One of our favorite parts of the boutique is seeing women of all ages glow from the confidence that a perfect outfit can give you! We always help our in-store customers when picking out items and now, with the help of this blog, we can help our online customers too!

Our biggest goal with this blog is interaction! Do you have some photos of you in Foxy fashion? Send them our way or tag us on Facebook or Instagram and you could end up on our blog! Want tips on a specific trend that we haven’t covered yet? Let us know and we’ll get right on it for you ūüėČ

Lots of Foxy fun to come!

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