I love layering so I’ll take any excuse to do so! The trend of a tank over another top feels very 90s to me, which is also very reminiscent of something I might have worn back in 1994. :) To make it feel a bit more current, I added my favorite tassel earrings and faux fur jacket, but kept the rest of the look simple by wearing black jeans and nude heels.
Here is the last outfit remix with this sweet little slip dress! (See outfit one and two.) This sweater is one of my favorites and always works perfectly over lacy tanks, so I figured why not layer it over this dress! read more >
Over the next three days I am going to be rolling out three different ways to style this dress from Heartloom. I love that it’s only $99, which after remixing it a bunch of ways, the cost per wear becomes really good! I also love the lace detailing, which is on the sides and front of the dress, but also on the back, which you’ll see in tomorrow’s post. Lace has become my new favorite thing – it’s just so pretty and feminine and adds a little umph to any outfit.
With a long blazer and strappy pumps, this look is all about being sleek and chic, but tomorrow and Wednesday’s outfits are completely different and I am so excited to share them with you guys, so make sure to keep checking this space all week!By the way, in case you are wondering why my legs are bare, these photos were taken last week before the snow, when it was randomly 50 degrees out. I know that this outfit is no longer applicable to those living in colder climates, but to my LA and warm weather people, I hope you can draw some inspiration!
I think this might be one of my favorite outfits I’ve worn lately, even though now it’s much too cold to wear such a light jacket. (We are supposed to get a couple inches of snow here in New York!) But for those of you that live in warmer climates, hopefully you can take some inspiration from this look!
I meant to put this post up yesterday but came down with a cold overnight, which put me out of a commission a bit. I’m still under the weather but hoping I’m on the mend! Also, thank you to any of you that wrote to me on my Instagram post about how to beat a cold without drugstore meds – everyone’s suggestions were so helpful!