This Prada clutch really revs my engine… OK, sorry, that was just terrible. What I mean to say is, this clutch is wicked cool… I have no other way to describe it, so for those who aren’t from Mass and don’t understand the magnitude of “wicked,” try the engine comment again. 🙂
Anyway, the sad reality is there is no chance of this clutch ever being introduced to my closet. I’m slowly coming to terms with it… the therapy to fight cravings like this is helping. Sigh.
My friend’s recent purchase of floral jeans and her subsequent inquiry on how to wear them inspired this post. Floral jeans are ubiquitous right now, so if you catch the craze here are 3 ways you can style yours! The first look is a twist on the denim-on-denim look. Pair a chambray shirt and a scarf with your floral jeans for an updated casual look. The second look is more appropriate for a night out. A sheer white blouse and amazing nude wedges pair perfectly with the printed jeans. Add a collar necklace and a studded clutch to toughen up the otherwise soft look. For the last look, I embraced the pastel trend with a soft pink sweater and pretty gold accents. Which look will you be trying? This pair of floral jeans is by Current/Elliot and can be purchased here.
I’m terrified of snakes, but you gotta hand it to them because they’ve got serious style. I’ve had this blouse in my closet for a few weeks, and I’m glad I finally pulled it out because I got a lot of compliments on it. What’s even better is the fact that I purchased it at H&M for just $9.99! Can you say steal? On another note, I am in love with these black jeans, from James Jeans Couture Collection. I won them in a giveaway, and they are probably the most flattering and comfortable denim I own. I highly recommend them if you are in the market for a new pair of jeans. Have a great day!
Cheers to the old standby, the LBD. I have about… er, I’m not going to put a number on that, but this is a recent purchase that I am thrilled with. I was drawn to the asymmetrical draping, which gives this classic piece a modern update. As for why I chose to pose in front of these grimy windows… I couldn’t tell you. I hope you all had a great weekend!
Snapped these pictures in between classes the other day. We had a string of days with gorgeous weather here, so I could finally break out some spring dresses. This is one of my favorite maxi dresses. It has a cute retro feel to it, and when I wear it I feel like I want to walk along the seashore… Those two things aren’t directly related, but they’re both true…
Maxi skirts are one of the greatest designs of all time… a bold statement, I know, but I stand by it. They are unbelievably comfortable, chic, and versatile. If you don’t own a maxi skirt, then I seriously recommend you sprint to your car, start her up, and go shopping for one. A cute, floral maxi skirt like the one shown here, is perfect for the months to come. Here I have offered three different ways to wear your maxi skirt, but the possibilities are truly endless.
The first look is spring-time casual. Throw a comfy, light sweater over your maxi skirt and add fun accessories like a bright colored bangle, leopard thong sandals, and a fedora. This look is perfect for class, shopping, or brunch. For the second look, I was inspired by the music festival style that is trending right now. Wear an unbuttoned denim shirt over this mix of floral patterns to pull them together, and keep the rest of the accessories neutral. To dress up the maxi skirt a bit, try wearing a silk tank in black, pretty drop earrings, and cool silver pumps. Which outfit is your favorite? And how do you like to style your maxi skirt? Tell me in the comments!
Let’s be honest, ladies, no matter how much we love, appreciate, and lust over fashion in all its various forms, there are trends out there that just don’t work for everyone. You know the ones I mean…those ‘exclusive to 6 foot tall, skinny bitches’ trends or the ‘just too weird to be wearing in any normal society’ trends. If you hit the streets wearing an out-there article or accessory, you may get snapped by a street-style photog, or you may just feel like a fool who would have been happier in your fit-me-like-a-glove jeans and unbelievably soft t-shirt.
This post is a tribute to those trends that I like to look at on the runways, in magazines, and on the aforementioned skinny bitches, but couldn’t possibly pull off myself. And to all those ladies out there who blaze the trail for ‘out-there’ fashion, bless you and your style balls.
Seriously, how is she crushing the overalls look right now? I would seriously look like the farmer’s daughter. And not the hot farmer’s daughter that finds a brawny, sun-kissed husband… the one that tends the chickens and never leaves the farm.
I can only imagine the look on my peers’ faces if I sported golden, leopard print cherries on my head: The major problem being that these cherries are about the same size as my little pinhead… In all honesty, this piece is beautiful, but is it really wearable? Perhaps when the next royal wedding comes along, I will reach for the old cherry headband…
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Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE these looks. But it is one of those trends that the average woman is simply not pulling off. Imagining myself bearing the belly during daytime hours is laughable, not to mention during nighttime hours after I’ve consumed what’s left of the Easter candy on the East coast.
Another trend sweeping the Spring 2012 runways, yet again, were hot pants. All I have to say is, see my laughable comment above… Hot pants are an editorial dream, but wearing them out on the streets is a serious fashion risk. What trends do you love to admire, but can only dream of pulling off?
Can you tell I’m obsessed with my Alexander McQueen ring? I got this amazing piece for Christmas, and I wore it so often that the manfriend asked if I was ever going to take it off… so I did, for like a day. I mean, can you blame me?
I am proud to say the white blazer has made it from the shopping bag to my body, AND, thus far, I have managed to keep it clean. I like the studded belt with this because it is unexpected, and it toughens up such a feminine, floral dress. When I am tired or have a busy week I tend to reach for easy, breezy dresses and pair them with comfortable flats or booties. This makes for a chic daytime look without lots of fuss. Hope you are also having a fuss-free fashion week!
I was home for Easter this weekend, and we snapped a few shots on the pool patio outside my house. These flowers were beautiful, but matched my hot pink pants a liiiiittle too closely. Anyway, I thought I had a fun, clean look going on here, but the pictures revealed a wrinkly hot (pink) mess. Oh well… Hope you had a great weekend!