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What CUTTY Wore: Around The World In Cutty’s Style – Passport Cutty
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What CUTTY Wore: Around The World In Cutty’s Style

She did it!

The M in Man is for Money book tour is officially over.

Cutty conquered 6 cities for her book tour and looked amazing doing so. Each city had a fun destination theme which was embraced from the venue to the food to the decor … and of course, the dress code! In each city, Cutty came to slay! Let’s recap:

City: Chicago
Theme: Bali

Cutty kicked off the tour with a fashionable bang in a floral Marchesa Notte gown. The fun print tied into the tropical theme while the mini dress style with fully skirt overlay kept it sexy. Gianvito Rossi Caribe sandals in purple rounded out the ensemble for the inaugural city.

 

City: Houston
Theme: Jamaica

Cutty picked the dress code for Houston because Caribbean people are famous for an all white party. We’ve all been to at least one! For this event, Cutty spiced up a simple white bodycon dress from Boohoo with a bejeweled bralette and two left shoes (if you know, you know) from Francesso Russo.

 

City: Atlanta
Theme: Cuba

Atlanta sold out so fast, Cutty had to add a second date.. which means TWO Cuban themed looks. The dress code called for ruffles and her looks did not disappoint:

Look 1: ruffled, asymmetric floor length dress by Nicholas paired with pale pink, studded Steve Madden heels for edge. CALIENTE!

 

Look 2: Rosabel ruffled floral midi dress from Chic Couture Online with those infamous white Francesso Russo’s

 

City: New York
Theme: France

Cutty’s hometown, NYC, would not be upstaged and got two dates as well. The simple and chic dress code left a lot of room for interpretation. Here’s her take:

Look 1:  Voila! A black Chic Couture Online jumpsuit with a dramatic one shoulder ruffle, shoes not pictured.

 

City: DC
Theme: Italy

The dress code called for sexy lace and Cutty put her signature spin on it: a Forever21 black lace top (similar top linked) and an Alexander McQueen layered ruffle skirt. Add black patent Francesso Russo sandals for a chic twist!

City: Los Angeles

Theme: Greece

Cutty closed out her book tour draped in GOLD! True to LEO style, she channeled her inner Greek goddess in a stunning Diane von Furstenburg Ariel Armour wrap dress topped off with black Francesso Russo leaf sandals.

 

Not only did Cutty take her personal brand of humor and wisdom on tour… she showed off her notable style to perfection. Who else wants to raid her closet??!

Jessica O

<p>A twenty something fashion lover, I’ve been tapped to add all things style to PassportCutty.com … If you’re looking for me, you can find me at fashionhomewerq on Instagram. #womenbeshopping #brunchwiththegirls #excellence</p>

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