These pieces would look great during different seasons on their own, but together they create a versatile autumn ensemble that works well for changing weather.
The weather in late summer and early autumn can vary from moment to moment. Dressing in layers is ideal for these situations, so why not revisit the classic denim jacket?
Lately, I’ve noticed have been subconsciously reaching for pieces in green tones for different fashion situations, both while planning outfits for the week, and while haphazardly getting dressed on rushed mornings. I’m sure I’m influenced by a few color trend articles I’ve read, but I know it’s more than that. Green is a very versatile and flattering color to wear.…
While you can’t always stop flight delays and humidity, at least you can dress like a pro traveler and look chic while feeling comfy. You don’t have to spend a fortune, either!
If you’re anything like me, you always seem to be looking for a new bag, even if you’re not actually on the hunt for one. I realized patterned strap bags were a thing on the runways, so I found the look for less.
Running around in hot weather doesn’t make me want to wear anything tight and uncomfortable. When I was shopping this spring for pieces to add to my warm weather wardrobe, I noticed I instinctively added a couple shirtdresses.
How about freshening up your accessory wardrobe? I’m not thinking of fussy pieces like scarves and hats; I’m talking slightly exotic jewelry with a fun twist, that’s still very easy to wear and style.
There’s no doubt sunglasses are a staple accessory for gloriously sunny weather. From a practical standpoint, you need to shield your eyes from the harsh UV rays, and after all no one likes squinting in vacation pictures. Luckily, there are tons of different kinds of sunglasses under 100 dollars available to fit everyone’s individual style.
Shhh, listen- can you hear that? It’s the sounds of birds chirping in the morning! Spring is in the air and daylight savings is finally on our side with more light in the evenings. Sunset cocktails anyone? While I may be getting a little ahead of myself (we did get snow this week in both New York and Chicago after all!), it’s never too early to browse your favorite brand’s looks for spring and start strategizing your wardrobe. For shoes, I’m loving mules and low-block heels for many different reasons.
Spring is almost upon us, and hopefully the first days of warmer weather and sunshine involve airing out your wardrobe, as well as sipping on rose and enjoying a family meal al fresco. Even though some days may still be chilly enough for your outfit to include a peacoat and a lightweight scarf, it’s never too early to start assessing the pieces you’ll want to snap up for the new season.
Does your 2017 need a little brightening up? Whether it be the constant barrage of news headlines so far this year or the dismal clouds and lack of sunshine, why not look on the bright side and spruce up your look with a highlighter-hued accessory? When worn with all black or neutral colors, bright accessories are easy to pull off.
In most places, coats are an esseintial for winter weather, especially on the blustery January streets of New York or Chicago. Instead of feeling blue about the holidays being over or miffed your New Year’s resolution has already gone down the toilet, why not take advantage of the sales and get yourself a couple more coats? As you know, coats come in a variety of different styles for various looks and occasions, and not all of them cost as much as a luxury handbag. I’ve rounded up some inexpensive yet quality coat picks for style inspiration or for easy online shopping.
The holidays are a fabulous and festive time of year. Everyone seems extra happy and the abundant decor is very cheerful. There’s freshly fallen snow, tinsel and goodies for all. However, at times things can be pretty stressful. There are presents to buy and wrap, cookies to bake and parties to attend. With all the million-and-one things to do and family activities to organize, no multitasking woman has time to be concerned with the last minute age old question before dashing out the door: “Oh no, what to wear?”
There’s no doubt velvet is trending these days, especially with the 90’s trends coming back (for better, but often for worse). Luckily this trend is for better, and just in time for the holiday season. Velvet pants are very chic on a lot of women, but may not be for everyone (including me – I’m too short to pull them off). Also, velvet dresses tend to look like a figure skating costume on me. So what’s a girl to do? Invest in one (or all five) velvet bags!
Recently, I’ve been wearing a lot of jewelry featuring natural stones, like druzy, geode or quartz, and I’ve always loved opal. I adore the way it looks with different metals and they always seem to match other jewelry styles when worn together. The subtle sparkle and the way the color of many pieces changes in various lighting is always so unique. Beautiful baubles like these tend to catch people’s eyes and garner many compliments