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Sunglasses: Saint Laurent / Jacket: Zara (similar version) / Tee: Madewell / Pants: Madewell (old but here is a similar pair) / Shoes: Harrow Booties / Bag: Celine

Hello, hello and happy Wednesday! In just a bit, I am running to an appointment with Anthropologie, then meeting up with my client who is in from Australia. On Monday we hit up places like J.Crew and Madewell for cute basics but today I plan on taking her to a few of my other favorite stores and boutiques in the West Village, such as Otte, Rag & Bone and Intermix for a different type of shopping experience.


As for my outfit, I thought it would be fun to share with you what I wore today and why.

Outfit breakdown: I’ve been living in my leather pants and go-to denim but today decided I wanted to break out the ol’ camo pants. I worked my way from there and opted for this cute new tee I picked up from Madewell and an oversized denim jacket from Zara. I could have added brighter accessories but instead kept them neutral and wore a bright orange lip for a pop of color.

Have a happy rest of your week! xo


How was everyone’s weekend? On Saturday, I met up with a new client who is in town visiting from Australia – I can’t wait to take her shopping this week. Afterward, I hung out with friends in the sun for a few hours before eventually making my way to a late dinner at Upstate Craft Beer and Oyster Bar. I highly recommend trying this spot – the oysters were amazing. Then on Sunday, I met friends for a very decadent and leisurely Easter brunch at The Top of The Standard. By the time we finished up, it was already late afternoon, but a few of us decided to change and head up to Levain in Harlem. It was pretty amazing because there was no line for their incredible cookies! But, that might have been because we got there 10 minutes before they closed. Once we had dessert, we thought it might be a good idea to get some actual dinner so we stopped into The Cecil for gumbo, broiled prawns and some collard greens. I finished up my weekend by being lazy in bed and making my way through the first season of Game of Thrones. So intense and so addicting!

Here are a few pictures from the past few days…


A charming block in Chelsea.


New pretty things for spring.


More cherry blossoms!


Double chocolate chip cookie from Levain Bakery in Harlem.




Sunday dinner in Harlem at The Cecil.


Happy Monday – here’s to a productive week! xo


Blazer: BCBG / Parker Dress via Amazon / Earrings: Bauble Bar x Anthropologie (gift) / Shoes: Zara / Clutch: Coach (gifted – old)

Lately I have really been into leather pants, slouchy blazers and finding the perfect white v-neck. Maybe it’s been the rough winter we’ve had or the fact that I feel like my skin hasn’t seen the sun in far too long, but even now as the weather is finally starting to warm up, I still haven’t been reaching for any of my favorite dresses or skirts. But I guess all it takes is finding that fresh new piece you just can’t wait to wear, which for me was this little fit and flare number by Parker via Amazon. I love the way it hugs my curves perfectly, the bold, cheerful pattern and the fact that it has made me really excited to dress a little more feminine and girly again!







Find more great spring dresses online at Amazon Fashion and share your #InstantPretty photos to be featured in the Amazon Fashion Gallery! xo

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(This post was sponsored by Amazon Fashion but all styling and opinions are my own. As always, thank you for supporting My Style Pill collaborations!)


(I took this photo from my friend’s roof deck. Lucky guy!)

After being away for almost three weeks, I was pretty happy to spend time in my city this weekend. The weather was amazing, I was surrounded by friends and family for two days straight and spent a ton of time outside in the sun. Plus I was able to live in this dress without being cold, while downing iced coffee. Spring is a glorious time of year, even if it can feel fleeting at times.


Wearing Karen Walker “Helter Skelter” Sunglasses, a denim vest from Forever 21, a Zara dress, and a fedora I bought last summer from Target.


On Sunday I ordered an excellent Jambon Beurre baguette sandwich from Lafayette. The bonus? They add mini gherkins!


Blooms are blossoming everywhere!


Obsessed with my new dress from Zara.


More gorgeous skyline views of New York and the Chrysler Building. These images will never get old to me.


This is Frankie, my friend’s dingo. She’s my little East Village love.




This bakery makes me miss Paris.


One gigantic marshmellow!


The very beautiful, yet very exclusive Gramercy Park.


More beautiful blooms!

Happy Monday, my loves. I hope you have a lovely week. xo


I’ve been in New Orleans since Wednesday and have definitely been enjoying the warmer climate. One of the main reasons I flew down here was to host a fun styling workshop with a group of girls during fashion week. More to come on that next week, but in the meantime, here are some photos from the past few days!



Loved walking past this guy in the By Water. Just sitting on his porch, enjoying his Sunday and playing music.


Some of the brightest houses I’ve seen in America.



My good friends waiting for coffee outside Booty’s. If you’re ever in New Orleans, make sure to swing by their shop, which is a combination of his barber shop called Gaudet Bros and her vintage store called Hazel & Florange. Located on 2700 Chartres.




Crescent Park.


Crawfish and champagne in the park with friends.



Tavi, the Greyhound.

Hope you all had a lovely weekend! xo


Photos by: Lydia Hudgens

Hat: J.Crew (similar option here) / Sunglasses: Tom Ford / Coat: J.Crew (similar option here) / Scarf: Zara / Sweater: Top Shop (similar option here) / Skirt: Zara / Tights: No nonsense  (gifted) / Boots: Vince Camuto / Bag: Celine




Wearing this fun plaid skirt yet again. :) Hope you guys are enjoying your week so far!

P.S. See how I previously styled it here and here.

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I kicked off my weekend a little early and had brunch with Helena on Friday. We shared baked eggs, fries and of course, avocado toast at Cafe Gitane. Afterward, we headed uptown to take care of some errands and eventually made our way to Columbus Circle in the early evening, where we treated ourselves to happy hour at Bouchon Bakery’s cafe.




Detail shot of an outfit post to come.
My first year in New York I lived on the Upper West Side, but since moving downtown I don’t get up to that area much anymore. However, on Saturday a friend and I ventured up to the Upper East Side and ended up walking through Central Park to the west side. The weather was amazing and it felt so good to be outside. We ended up grabbing dinner at a restaurant on Columbus and then treated ourselves to gooey, chocolate cookies from Levain.








I love Ten Degrees in the East Village. For those of you that live in New York, have you ever been? They have a great happy hour on Sundays and just an overall fun vibe. I met a good friend here on Sunday for a catch up session over salads and french bread.


Hope you all had a great weekend and got out and enjoyed the warm weather. Here’s to a great week! xo


Sunglasses: Saint Laurent / Jacket: Zara / Sweater: Zara / Skirt: Zara / Tights: No nonsense / Boots: Rag & Bone / Bag: Givenchy
We’re back to a cold spell here in New York but with March just around the corner I can feel a hint of spring in the air. Last weekend’s warm temperatures were a tease and left me thinking about inspiration for my spring wardrobe. But the thing is, transitioning between seasons can be tough – I’m tired of layering on the same winter sweaters, and excited to break out some of my spring favorites. These Super Opaque Tights from No nonsense are becoming a wardrobe staple for me and are the perfect secret weapon for winter to spring dressing. With a great fit and soft feel, they provide a great canvas to show off my favorite skirts, like this metallic beaded mini; and at such a smart price, I can afford to pick them up in a ton of fun, bright colors like this jewel tone pair in Concord.






Fashion is all about taking risks – whether it’s an unexpected texture or a color combination that feels spontaneous. If you are looking for a versatile tool to inspire your next closet brainstorm, you can pick up your own pair for just $7 at Walmart or your local drugstore. Follow No nonsense on Facebook and Pinterest for all the latest news and updates on their stylish and affordable legwear.