Alright, here we go again friends – day THREE of holiday dressing! Today’s two looks are for the girl that wants to wear pants to the party but still look put together. I love an understated look, but one that still makes you stand out. At the core, these two looks are both very simple but with the right elegant accessories, they become elevated and chic.
Check out outfits from day one and two if you missed them!
P.S. One fun thing: I wore my favorite tassel earrings with each look, which is the champagne shimmer, but didn’t realize that the color would blend in so well with my hair! So I’m sorry if you can really see them very well but you can shop a bunch more colors here by clicking on the image below…
I first picked out this sweater from Calypso a couple of years ago and it still remains one of my favorite turtleneck sweaters I own. So I thought it would be fun to do a fun throwback remix, which shows how I styled one piece throughout the years during different months. The top photo is from October 2015, the next photo is from November 2015 and the last one is from February 2016.
I always love looking back and what and how I wore clothing that I still own and I have to say, I would still totally wear all three of these looks! Which one is your favorite? Let me know in the comments below. xo
Whenever my friends plan a trip to NYC, the first thing many ask me for is a Times Square hotel recommendation. While I usually avoid the tourist spots in the city, I was recently introduced to Row NYC. Located on 8th Avenue at 44th Street, Row NYC is located just around the corner from tons of wonderful theaters and bustling restaurants, and a 3-night stay at the hotel completely changed the snarky opinion I held about Times Square. Here’s why it’s a great place to stay.
Lately I’ve been into wearing simple pieces like jeans and button-downs and adding fun accessories to pack a bit of punch. With this outfit I opted for some pattern play (stripes x leopard) and finally got to break out my new strappy lace-up heels from Schutz.