Spring and Fall are the two seasons where you can finally put your knitwear on display since its not too cold that you need to wear a coat over it, or too warm that you can't wear it altogether.
Straw/wicker/raffia bags are to spring/summer, what scarves and ear muffs are to winter—you can survive without them but it just wouldn’t be right!
I’ve come up with a list of some fabulous options all under $100!!!
I love fashion. And even though I focus on everyday fashion, I thought I'd take a break from the typical #outfitoftheday and the How I Styled posts and be inspired by a fashion event I look forward to every year--the Met Gala red carpet.
One of my favorite spring trends is floral print. But if you work in a professional setting that is a little conservative when it comes to attire, finding a balance between adding a little character, like spring florals, to your work wardrobe and still looking professional can be challenging. So I thought I'd share a few tips on dressing floral print in a conservative manner.
Wedding season is in full gear and apparently, the bride isn't the only one who has to worry about dress shopping. #weddingguest is a thing and finding the perfect dress can be stressful.
A new season means new trends which means more toys to play with aka trends to style. As I go through the season's trends and figure out what my Spring wardrobe will look like, I thought I'd share some of the favorite trends for the season.
When you get caught off-guard by street style photographers during Paris Fashion Week...
When I want to get glammed up for a night out, my go-to inspiration is Old Hollywood. From the lush fabrics, the classic accessories, to the sleek hair and of course the signature red lip—Old Hollywood is the epitome of glamour.
I’ve had rain boots on my shopping list since my I got rid of my old ones a few years ago. But I’ve been holding out, hoping to find the perfect pair. Lately, I’ve been shopping around for it and I figured I’d share some of my findings. Whether you're more of the functional type, designer type, trendy type or versatile type, there's some options for you...
Opposites attract in fashion too. I've been enjoying creating looks by merging styles that would normally not go together. That must be why an unlikely trend caught my attention--the industrial-style belt.