julia’s style

October 26, 2012

Break In The Rain

Jacket c/o Awear/ Dress Sandro/ Scarf Target/ Bag Stella McCartney/ Heels Christian Louboutin

I have been a huge fan of Sandro since discovering it at Bloomingdale’s this past summer. I particularly love their line of knit dresses for their easability and not to mention that they are really comfy. I have had this one for a while and have already got plenty of use out of it. I’m also really glad that it’s finally cool enough to wear scarves. Is that weird? :)

Happy Friday!


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October 24, 2012

Delightfully Chic

Chloe Rose is one of my favorite local boutiques. They carry brands from Rebecca Minkoff to Parker  to Paper Crown and they always have the best selection of color and feminine items (both a win in my book). So who wouldn’t want to win a $500 shopping spree there?! Here is how: Create a board on Pinterest named Delightfully Chic Fall, pin items that you think represent “delightfully chic” using hash tag #delightfullychic and include at least 3 Chloe Rose items by 10/30. The winner will be selected on 11/1 and will win a $500 gift card to Chloe Rose! And don’t forget to tweet and post your boards on Facebook using #delightfully chic.

You can check out my Pinterest board here with items that I find delightfully chic.
Photography- Ashley Batz
Dress- Parker borrowed from Chloe Rose
Earrings- Vintage
Necklace- c/o Albeit Jewelry


October 23, 2012

Fuzzy Sweater

Sweater Madewell (on sale)/ Skirt Club Monaco/ Jacket J. Crew (old, similar here)/ Watch Michael Kors/ Heels Jessica Simpson/ Purse Tory Burch

I love color, and lots of it, but I definitely have a soft spot for neutrals and fall’s muted tones. One of my favorite’s is a creamy camel or caramel color- I could wear it head to toe. The weather is currently all over the place (sunning, cold, rainy, warm) and this fuzzy little sweater is perfect for any situation. I’ve worn it numerous times since I picked it up on clearance at Madewell (with jeans and a collar, over a chambray top here and now paired with a skirt) proving it to be a lot more versatile than I originally thought.



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