Cashmere Crew Neck Sweater – Grana | Merino Wool Rib Sweater – Grana | Last Lolita Sunglasses – Le Specs | Rōs Link Earrings – WKNDLA | Per Mules – Intentionally Blank |
I’m very excited to be partnering with Grana on their latest knitwear collection made from Mongolian Cashmere and Italian Merino Wool. Alongside their new knits, Grana is challenging everyone to explore how we pursue quality in our lives just as how they pursue quality in their clothing, fabrics and life. One of my ways I pursue quality is by taking time to step away from social media and taking in reality. I also love visiting theme parks, no matter how old I get I’ll never get sick of it! My third, but not final way I pursue quality is to be a good person and always lend a helping hand when needed.
Silk Jumpsuit – Grana | Laven Lace Up Kitten Heel Sandal – Jessica Buurman | Tamar Frayed Utility Jacket – Unpublished Denim |
As you guys know, I have an amazing relationship with Grana and really value their pieces. They have the perfect minimalistic style and high quality fabrics. My most recent piece from them is this silk jumpsuit. Now usually I have some trouble with jumpsuits, sometimes they aren’t super flattering on me just because they are either too long or they don’t hit my waist in the right spot.
Silk Straight Leg Pants – Grana | Silk Kimono Blazer – Grana | Strappy Gingham Top – Zara | Stella Sandal in Dusty Blue – Matisse Footwear | Basket Bucket in Kiwi – Cafune | Airy Glasses – Bonlook
I’m loving the whole “workout trouser” pant trend thats been going around. Whether it’s an Adidas track suit or Champion sweats paired with a strapless blouse it’s the perfect mix of casual and sexy all in one. I’m loving these silk pants from Grana that I pieced together with one of their silk kimonos for a really edgy casual look.
Silk Trapeze Dress – Grana | Mock Turtleneck Sweater – H&M | Gucci Leather Logo Belt – Gucci | NO Crossbody Bag – Zara | Ory Sunglasses – Dick Moby | Gismonde Bordeaux Ankle Boots – Roberto Durville
Fall transitions are in full swing and I’ve partnered up with Grana to bring you a few of my favorite ways to style knitwear & silks this season! First off let me tell you that olives, dark forest greens, blush, burnt orange and camel are my go-to palette for fall. I think adding in color during the seasonal change really spices things up and let’s you play around with colors other than grey and black that we so often cling to during Fall & Winter.