Happy Sunday everyone. Looking at this outfit I guess it is no secret that I have fall season fashions on the brain. I got this pair of plaid skinny pants a few weeks ago and instantly I fell in love with the pattern. The best part though was the fit which was was amazingly comfortable – they feel like leggings, with faux pockets in fact, perfect to wear with flats, knee high boots or even flats. Today, I opted to paired it with this plaid Theory sweater for a cozy, comfortable yet chic look. I hope you guys like it.
Hi everyone. This past weekend I made a quick trip to San Francisco for a little fashion photography and shopping. I found this great narrow street lined with shops near Union Square that was perfect for the outfit I was wearing. It was a little cool and windy and so I opted for these silk-like cargo pants, striped top and my new favorite vegan leather biker jacket. I hope you like it.
I hope everyone is having a great weekend. For this shoot, I wanted to wear this new pair of knit cuff trousers from Club Monaco. From the sheen to the classic silhouette, I was immediately drawn to this feminine take on suiting trousers. Here I paired them with this striped shirt for a clean, classic look. I hope you guys like it.
I hope everyone had a nice relaxing Labor Day weekend. One of the fun things about doing a fashion blog is changing up your look from week to week and post to post. After doing an conservative office look and then a sexy night on the town jumpsuit I decided to try a bit of a rocker edge look today. Here I paired this short, plaid dress with a biker jacket and knee high boots. I hope you like it.
Happy Labor Day weekend everyone. For this shoot I wanted to play with patterns and I decided to go with a check patterned pencil skirt and check pattern sleeveless top. On paper I would not think similar patterns would look a little busy but when I tried these on they just seemed to work together and it felt like something I would love to wear to the office. The key here that made this work for me was the wide, black bow belt which broke up the two patterns and anchored the look. Never under estimate the power of a simple belt.