So technically this was my outfit from yesterday so please excuse the lateness. #latergram.
What I love most about this outfit is obviously the dress. I never thought in a million years I would be able to wear a dress with cutouts but where it’s cut it only shows off my upper rib cage (clearly the smallest part of the waist.)
To keep it professional, I paired it back to my army green blazer. And when I say professional I clearly mean for a job like mine where you’re allowed to be trendy and show some skin. I wouldn’t walk into corporate America in this look!
Dress: Topshop Blazer: Forever 21 Necklace: Nordstrom (old) Shoes: Joan and David (old) Bag: Topshop
There’s something about super hot days that makes you want to bring out your inner Earth child. That’s at least how I feel in this Forever 21 floral hi-low dress and these AH-MAZING Vince Camuto wedges. Peace babes. 🌻✌️
We all love to support our nation’s colors on the day of our independence. Here are are some great pieces to inspire some outfits that will surely make you see fireworks. However, please refrain from wearing all these pieces together or you may look like a patriotic nut.
As a lover of accessories, I tend to buy more statement making jewelry and leave the handbag as a cool neutral; black, white, brown and sometimes the occasional pattern.
But this season I really wanted a bag that added a pop to an outfit, so I went with this adorable coral-tangerine Aldo “Tuenno” satchel. It has just enough gold hardware to make it a bit edgy, and it comes with a strap in case I want to transform it into a messenger bag. I know it may not the most luxurious bag, but I believe that trendier prices should be more thrifty and you should truly invest into your outfit staples.
I love my new bag. This hue is a change from my usual color pallet but I still think it will enhance the majority of my outfits. I mean, isn’t that what accessories are meant for?
There is just something about these blue patterned Wayf pants that I just truly love. Ok, so they obviously remind me a bit of some Parker pants that we sold at Nordstrom but clearly a fraction of the price. I also love how they remind me of water. So fun and summery and what says summer more than a white blazer? This outfit was so much fun and I felt so good in it!
Blazer: Necessary Clothing Top: Harlowe and Graham Pants: Wayf Booties: Tildon
Living in New England, it can be hard to tell when the seasons change. You can’t go by what the calendar says because even though it says it’s officially spring you can get a surprising 4 inches of snow on the last day of March.
But for me, spring starts when I start to wear any form of color again. Like many, I tend to wear a very neutral color pallet in the colder seasons.
That’s why I loved grabbing this jacket from my closet this morning. The khaki and floral yellow combo really brightened up not only my outfit but my mood. Since it is now officially April and fingers crossed that we have seen the last of the snow, let us rejoice in our spring wardrobe!
Jacket: Mural Top: Charlotte Russe Jeans: AG Boots: Rag & Bone