How was everyone’s weekend? Great I hope! As you can see, I got a new haircut and color! I made the decision to retire my mohawk on Friday and luckily my hairdresser had an opening on Saturday afternoon. I absolutely LOVE my new color and I can’t stop smiling about it!
In my post “3 Trends To Try This Spring”, I talked about how pastels are going to be HOT for the season. With Spring a little over a week away, you can make them apart of your wardrobe now. Try picking a pastel (pink, yellow and blue are my favorites) that looks good on you. Once you find colors that work, pair them with neutrals to ease into the trend. Also wearing colors that historically work well with each other (ex. blue and yellow) is another simple way to wear the trend. I’ve always loved the combo of pink and green together, so I incorporated them into my work outfit today.
Will you be giving pastels a try this Spring?
Have a wonderful day!
Pants: Lord & Taylor (no longer available)
Blouse: Dorothy Perkins (appears to be sold out…booo!)
Necklace: Ann Taylor Loft (old)
Shoes: Ivanka Trump (via Nordstrom)
Clutch: Love, Cortnie
Happy Thursday all! I can’t believe the end of 2013 is almost here! I just seems like yesterday we were ringing in 2013, now we’re about to say goodbye. As the year comes to a close, here is part one of some of my favorite outfits of the year!
As I’ve gotten older, my love for heels has seriously waned. Instead of donning on 3 inch heels, I find myself reaching for my trusty flats. Flats are a main staple in my closet. Because they are so versatile, I can wear them to the supermarket or a night out. Plus I think they are a great substitute for sneakers when you need to quickly get out the door. And Like the majority of items in my closet, my flats are wallet friendly so I can stay on budget.
Here are some affordable but fashionable flats that will jazz up any outfit this season!
Whenever I buy clothes I think primarily about sustainability. If I can’t wear an item for at least two seasons, I’m probably not going to get it. Having an interchangeable wardrobe is essential because you’re getting more wear out of your clothes and it decreases the need to constantly replenish your closet. Sleeveless dresses are definitely an item that you can get a lot of wear from. Plus they transition smoothly from season to season. The next time you want to wear a cardigan with your sleevless dress, dont leave it open. Button it up to create a crew neck sweater to wear over your dress. Add a belt and ta da…its now a skirt! This pretty much works on most sleeveless dresses so get creative, try it with your favorite printed or patterned sweater.
The easiest way to transition a sleeveless dress is by adding a blazer. But instead of reaching for a blazer, try a fitted leather jacket. It adds instant polish and edge to your dress but Is still appropriate for work.
How do you transition your sleevless dresses?
Have a wonderful day!
Sweater: Old Navy
Necklace: Lane Bryant
Belt: from an old dress
Necklace: Ann Taylor Loft
Shoes: Nine West
To say that I love dresses is a serious understatement. I love how they cling to my body and accentuate my curves. There was a time where I associated dresses only with special occasions such as weddings. Back then if you asked me to wear one, I would scoff and ask “why?” Now instead of throwing on a pair of jeans and tee to run errands, I make a bee line for the maxi dress!