January 16, 2012

Camel & Brights

Coat J. Crew, Sweater J. Crew, Skirt Zara (similar style here), Belt Banana Republic, Pumps Tory Burch, Sunnies Elizabeth and James, Necklaces c/o Spike the Punch, Bracelets c/o Bfrend, Watch Michael Kors

When I was younger I used to match everything I was wearing. As I got older, I became against looking too matchy-matchy (It became somewhat “un-cool” I guess). Now, I love matching the colors of the items that I am wearing. I think it creates a look that is very clean and polished. Camel is one of my favorite colors to wear and it looks great paired with any bright color.  So heres to being matchy-matchy!


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January 13, 2012

More Leopard

Blazer Nordstrom (similar style here), Chambray Top BCBGeneration, Skirt c/o Lucca Couture, Tights Forever21, Oxfords Zara (similar style here), Purse Vintage Chanel, Sunnies Elizabeth and James, Watch Michael Kors, Lipstick Revlon “Plum”

As I was putting together this post, I realized that I have been wearing a lot of leopard lately here and here). It’s hard not to when there are so many great leopard items out right now. Some of my favorites are this, this, this, and this. What are some of your favorite leopard items right now?

Also, don’t forget to enter my Jennifer Haley bag giveaway here!


January 12, 2012

Brights in Winter

Top Zara, Skirt Forever21, Jacket Anthropologie, Pumps Steve Madden, Necklace c/o Spike the Punch, Watch Michael Kors

Elizabeth from Spike the Punch sent over this necklace and I couldn’t help but feel inspired by the neon pink. So I pulled out one of my brightest blouses and and paired it with yet, another (more subtle) bright color. I have been crazy about neon colors lately and they are everywhere! I did feel as though this outfit was a bit bright to wear in the middle of winter, but hey…why not!? I have to admit I was a little cold in it though..

I really want to find a tweed skirt in this color, but with a more affordable price tag! Let me know if you see one :)


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