Getting in the Holiday spirit with pops of red silk thanks to Grana. My favorite go-to for basics, their silk collection has got me on one. I’ve already featured one of their silk slip dresses and fell in love. I’ve been absolutely drawn to red lately with accessories and clothing pieces so when this deep red camisole came into my life I knew I had to style it for the Holidays!
Feeling like I’m back to my roots with this street style inspired look. I of course am layering again, so this sheer black blouse has been in heavy rotation. I decided to go early 2000s style with a long sleeve tee layered under a fun graphic tee from Zara. While I was a big advocate for graphic tees making their way out, I’m becoming another fan of them making their way back in (things always come back faster than you think).
Striped Poplin Off Shoulder Blouse – Zara | Blouse with Trumpet Sleeve – H&M | Farleigh High Waist Slim Mom Jeans – ASOS | The Arch Flat – Oyster Footwear | The Stella – Naked Vice
The art of layering is a fine one, and one that I’m constantly expanding on. I can’t get enough of this mock neck trumpet sleeve blouse from H&M that I previously wore in this post where I layered a slinky bralette on top. In this instance I’ve switched it up a bit and placed the blouse underneath the poplin shirt! I love how well these two pieces fit together and let me know this is something NOT planned.
Major city slipping this week and of course, more and more layering! This black slip from H&M was an amazing deal and its absolutely gorgeous. This is going to be a great piece to wear to any Holiday parties you have coming up (minus the turtleneck). Speaking of this turtleneck, this one is of cashmere descent from Grana. They have the BEST basics ever as you can tell from all of my recent posts.
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.
Now that it’s November I’m so getting really excited for the coming Holidays! While the Holidays always mean busy workweeks and even busier weekends, I definitely love the feeling of begin able to plan for fun events with my family. I threw together this look the other morning and felt it was the perfect kind of look to wear to your next Holiday event!
Blush Off Shoulder Knit – H&M | Velvet Dress – Zara | Neverending Bliss Fur Lined Mule Loafer – Akira | Mini Bucket Bag – Hieleven | Rose Gold/Raw Peach 43mm Watch – Christian Paul
Having a blush and green moment, mixing textures, colors and silhouettes. I picked up this green slip dress for NYFW and am absolutely loving it as an everyday basic. I love the length especially for layering, whether layering under or over.
I’ve partnered up with Banana Republic to bring you this city chic look. I’m usually a trouser type girl however as of late I’ve been leaning towards more oversized fits. It was a refreshing breath of fresh air when these slim fit trousers appeared at my doorstep.
There’s nothing greater than a fresh pedicure, and a day when your hair and outfit are on point. That’s a triple threat right there. In today’s case I decided to play around with a new summer favorite, the sleeveless jumpsuit.
Green Faux Leather Cami – Zara | Wide Leg Cropped Denim – Gap (thrifted and cut DIY) | Leather Chelsea Boots – Zara | White T-Shirt – Zara | Fossil X Opening Ceremony Flap Bag – Fossil
I’ll admit, even I sometimes go through an impulse purchase and come out of a store with a piece I have high hopes for styling and end up having hang in the closet for weeks before I can really pull something together.