WHAT I'M WEARING
Note: A * next to the brand name indicates that it is a conscious brand.
Top: Siren Boutique white 3/4 length sleeve top | Banana Republic flare trench coat
Bottom: *Amour Vert flare skirt
Shoes: *Frank & Oak The Chelsea boot in tan (currently available in black)
Accessories: Steamline Luggage sweetheart vanity bag | H&M matchsticks necklace
Today’s edit is all about mixing different shades of neutrals. As the seasons change and bring on a new wave of seasonal color palettes in the fashion world, neutrals don’t go away. That’s a huge reason I love buying and wearing neutral clothing - they pair well with nearly all colors and can be worn year-round! When you pair different neutral shades together (think white, tan, taupe, brown), they blend nicely and help to make any accent colors pop. Read More
Hi everyone! Bringing to you another conscious style edit on the blog today - featuring this black Reformation maxi dress, paired with a bold leopard print clutch and D’Orsay pumps.
This Reformation maxi dress is one of my go-to’s when I’m in a rush in the morning. I’ve been wearing it around once a week so far, so I’ve already gotten my money’s worth for it. It’s so easy to put an outfit together with this dress given its neutral color (you already know that black goes with everything). I added leopard print accents to this outfit, which totally transformed the look in a matter of seconds! Read More
Going for Parisian vibes in Look No. 7 of The Edit series :)
A black and white outfit with a pop of red on the lips never fails to produce a classy look. I'm featuring a few of my recent style finds in today's look, including a pair of Witchery heeled sandals, a wool coat from the Australian brand Cue, and a Melie Bianco crossbody bag (also available in lavender)! Read More
Don't you love a good mini dress? I adore this one from Reformation!
Even though it's the fall season now, the medium weight stretchy ribbed sweater fabric of this Reformation mini dress makes it feel appropriate to wear cross-seasonally from Summer to Fall. Read More