Hi everyone, happy Friday! This winter has been unbelievably cold for a long stretch here in MA, so on Wednesday when the temps reached into the 20s I took advantage of the chance to wear tights again! I am always cold, but I really don’t love wearing jeans, which makes winter my most frustrating fashion season. I’m much more comfortable both physically and mentally in skirts and dresses than I am in pants, so anytime it’s warm enough to wear tights I jump at the opportunity!
Outfit Details – Dress: LOFT Outlet – Tights: J.Crew Factory | Boots: A New Day (Target)
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Hey everyone, happy Monday! I hope you all had a great weekend! With all the red and green holiday outfits out there, I wanted to share a fun alternative that’s just as festive. I love the shine to this pleated skirt, and combined with some long pearls it gives off some pretty Nutcracker vibes, no?
Outfit Details – Top: J.Crew | Skirt: A New Day | Tights: J.Crew Factory |
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Hey y’all, welcome back! Today I want to talk about ways to wear your lighter colors through the fall. I think it’s one of my responsibilities as a blogger to not only tell you what items I think you should add to your closet, but more importantly ways to wear those items again and again. Midi skirts are a staple in my wardrobe, and therefore I love finding new ways to wear them as late as my bare legs will let me! So if you ever bought a blush pleated midi skirt because of me, this post is dedicated to you.
My first step was these fabulous leopard booties, and then paired it with this maroon sweater. With the blush anchored in darker hues, it blends it seamlessly through a see of October colors!
Outfit Details – Skirt: Ann Taylor | Sweater: Banana Republic | Booties: Target
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I kept this suede skirt from Zara on repeat all last fall and winter (here, here, and here). It was definitely one of my best buys last year, being both affordable and versatile (is there anything better?!) for months of wear. When I was at shopping at the Wrentham Outlets with my mom a few weeks ago, she picked up this beautiful olive cardigan to wear with a classic white blouse and camel skirt. As always, I had to take inspiration from her and pair this steal of a sweater with this beloved suede skirt. Any opportunity to wear more olive and suede you know I’m the first in line to sign up for.
Outfit Details – Sweater: Who What Wear | Skirt: Zara (old, similar here and here) (last seen (here, here, and here) | Booties: Ann Taylor | Necklace: Bauble Bar | Lipstick: Urban Decay ‘Weirdo’ | Lipgloss: Urban Decay ‘Liar’ | Nails: OPI Washington DC ‘Pale to the Chief’ | Nails (toes): OPI Washington DC ‘CIA = Color Is Awesome’
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This tank and jacket combo was one of my first purchases from White House Black Market five years ago. I vividly remember my parents taking me there for internship pieces (first my dad when I needed a suit, then my mom for daily professional wear). I loved this combo so much as an 18 year old that I wore it to work, then with jeans on Thanksgiving, and I even wore it out on a Saturday night in college with a tweed skirt. Which is maybe not the best example of asking a business school student what to wear on a Saturday night, but it does speak volumes about White House Black Market pieces and their timelessness. I think they look just as good today as they did five years ago.
Outfit Details – Jacket: White House Black Market (old, similar here and here) | Top: White House Black Market (old, similar here and here) | Skirt: J.Crew (sold out, similar here and here, under $25 option here) | Sandals: Merona | Bracelets: The Limited, LC Lauren Conrad, Chan Luu | Necklace: Bauble Bar | Watch: Fossil | Earrings: Banana Republic (old, similar here and here) | Purse: Vera Bradley (only available in stores, similar here and here) | Lipgloss: ‘Petal’ by Bobbi Brown | Nail Polish: ‘Not So Bora Bora-ing Pink’ by OPI
Living in New England, sometimes we’re forced to give up flattering outfits in favor of functional ones in order to not freeze. On the days that it’s unbearably freezing, or I’m going to be outside for a long period of time, I usually try to wear bright, vibrant colors to counteract the shapelessness of winter parkas. I love how affordable these fun colored boots from Target are- they make for a great addition to spice up your snow wardrobe!
Outfit Details – Parka: Tommy Hilfiger | Jeans: Lucky Brand | Boots: Target | Scarf: LOFT | Belt: Lucky Brand | Earrings: Banana Republic (old, similar here) | Purse: Kate Spade
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