When running errands a few weeks ago on a nice day I decided to wear my Susan Skirt from the new Spring Collection for Magill. Instead of going a more expected route of pairing this skirt with something girly, I put on some more casual pieces - beat up sneakers, a graphic tee and worn leather jacket.Read More
This past Saturday we made the drive out to the desert to view the Super Bloom. This winter we have received an abnormal amount of rainfall (exactly what I was hoping for when I moved to Southern California) which has resulted in the deserts blooming with greenery and flowers.Read More
I first starting seeing this look on one of my favorite style blogs, Sincerely Jules. Her go-to brand was and still is, Golden Goose. I immediately looked up the style, eager to get a pair for myself. Then I realized how much these beat-up sneakers retail for - $450 and up! For dirty, worn-looking sneakers!?Read More
My shopping list for August moves away from the bright and poppy prints I've been wearing all summer long (like this top and this dress). Right now I'm feeling muted shades of pink and brown, woven textures and animal prints. Long sleeve floral-printed dresses are perfect for late summer and transition wonderfully into cooler fall temps. A few of my faves are this one, this one and this one.
Cheetah is making a comeback this fall - everything cycles in fashion, ya know? Slip and bias cheetah skirts are trending especially hard. I recently bought some cheetah fabric and plan to whip my own skirt up soon, but this style from And Other Stories is a great find and will work well into fall and winter paired with a chunky sweater and boots.
Oh yea, and all these pieces are under $100! Who says you get beef up your closet without dropping a ton of money?
What I love so much about vintage is how unique each piece is and knowing there is an unknown story behind it. Who owned this originally? Why did they buy it and why did they give rid of it? What were they feeling the first time they wore it? It's like living pieces of someone's personal history.Read More
White sneakers are nothing new. Adidas, K-Swiss, Keds...they've been around forever. In recent seasons however the trend has not been bright white sneakers but rather roughed-up, worn for years, been-around-the-block sneakers.Read More
We headed to Brooklyn on Saturday to grab some food from Smorgasburg and walk around a bit. When the weather is hot a dress really is the most comfortable option and with the temps around 85 this day, it was the way to go.
I got these sneakers a few days ago from ASOS and was super excited to give them a try. First day in new sneakers is not always awesome (back heel rub, ouch), but I have faith they will become a favorite. Classic white sneakers really do go with everything, right? This pair was a little too white for me, so I did a little distressing to give them a more worn in look. I'll post some photos soon with the technique I used.