ARCHIVE: My Outfits

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Sunglasses: Ray-Ban / Scarf: Zara / Sweater: Zara (similar style) / Skirt: Zara / Tights: No nonsense / Boot: Rag & Bone / Bag: Kate Spade

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Photos by Lydia Hudgens
Just a quick hello to say happy Wednesday!

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 Sunglasses: Tom Ford / Necklace: Kenneth Jay Lane (old – gifted) Scarf: Zara / Coat: Zara (old – I searched for similar options, but didn’t find anything that came close, sorry!) / Sweater: Zara (bought on major sale – but similar here) / Leather Joggers: Nordstrom (old – but similar options here and here) / Heels: Christian Louboutin (less expensive option here) / Bag: Celine

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Photos by: Helena

 

Wore this look to brunch, errands and happy hour on Friday with Helena. Such a fun day – love that girl. :)
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I’ve been wearing some version of this look over the past week in order to avoid living in sweatpants, a fleece and a sleeping bag jacket. When it’s this cold outside, it can take a lot of effort to get dressed in something other than what I just mentioned, especially if your office is your living room. But, I’ve learned it’s all about layering and making sure your head, neck and hands are covered. I don’t leave the house without gloves, a scarf and a hat and I always layer with one of these vests or jacket under whatever coat I’m wearing. I’m telling you, they make all the difference. Definitely in-vest in one. Ha. Get it?
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Photos by: Lydia Hudgens

Hat: Preston & Olivia / Sunglasses: Tom Ford / Scarf: Zara / Jacket: Zara (similar) / Sweater: J.Crew (old – similar) / Skirt: Zara (old) / Tights: No nonsense (gifted) / Boots: Vince Camuto / Gloves: UGG (gifted) / Bag: Celine

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I seem to really be on a burgundy kick right now. Whether it’s tights, hats, bags or socks even, I love the color and have been incorporating it right and left in my recent outfits. I’ve been dying to pull together all of my favorite wine-colored accessories into one look, and this was the perfect opportunity.

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Brown, like black tights, are a perfect go-to color for everyday wear, and are just as critical to a well-rounded wardrobe. I built this outfit around legwear, and these Super Opaque Tights in rich Espresso and Essential Boot Socks in Deep Burgundy, both from No nonsense, helped me stay cozy in my classic denim cut-offs. You can’t beat this great boot sock, especially when they’re so versatile and the perfect thickness; not too thick or too thin, but just right to wear with an ankle bootie. Paired with a cream sweater and camel coat, this outfit is perfect for me who’s always on the go.
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Hat: J.Crew / Scarf: Zara / Sunglasses: Tom Ford / Coat: J.Crew / Sweater: Top Shop / Shorts: Paige (gifted) / Tights and Socks: No nonsense (gifted) / Boots: Zara / Bag: Alexander Wang
You can easily pick up both of these No nonsense  must-haves at your local drugstore for under $10 each or enjoy an exclusive 20% off site-wide at Nononsense.com, just for My Style Pill readers! Use the code style20 at checkout, valid through 03/31/14.
 Follow No nonsense on Facebook and Pinterest for all the latest news and updates on their stylish and affordable legwear. xo
Shop the look below – there are some great sales going on right now!

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Sunglasses: Ray Ban Wayfarers / Jacket: IRO / Sweatshirt: Zara (similar) / Jeans: Zara (similar) / Shoes: Zara / Bag: Zara / Necklace: Bauble Bar (gift – similar)

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Photos by: Lydia Hudgens
These photos were taken last weekend when it was much warmer outside and I was comfortable in just a sweatshirt and a leather jacket. Sigh. Spring, where are you?
P.S. Click below to see a few more photos of my favorite pieces I saw during my visit to the Robert Rodriguez collection at Coterie last weekend…

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southern charm post  Happy Monday! Did everyone who lives on the east coast survive the freezing weather this weekend? I spent most of Saturday cuddled up on the couch, watching movies and eating pizza with my best friend from college who was here visiting from Seattle. Because, when it’s 18 degrees outside, I find it more relaxing to browse the web looking at outfits I can wear in 70-degree weather and planning mini trips to warmer climates, instead of venturing outside and freezing my face off.
Luckily, I’m getting a little reprieve from this cold snap and heading to New Orleans in just over two weeks. (I will be hosting a fun styling workshop while I’m down there but more on that later!) Whenever I head to the south I find that my style steers away from anything black and edgy, and instead I’m drawn to more girly, feminine pieces in pastels. I think it has to do with the fact that when I’m down in Nola, there are brightly painted houses, remnants of Mardi Gras decorations and amazing architecture everywhere you look. It truly inspires me in a way different than any other town or city I’ve visited.
The south is a charming and special place, and I hope to keep exploring and visiting other towns such as Nashville and Charleston sooner than later, but in the meantime, in lieu of my upcoming trip, I decided to create a few outfits that I could see myself wearing while I’m down in the bayou.
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P.S. Guilty pleasure alert – Bravo’s new show Southern Charm is debuting tonight at 10 EST. Who’s going to watch?
This post is sponsored by Bravo. As always, all opinions and styling are my own – thank you for your continuous support. xo
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Sunglasses: Karen Walker / Jacket: Rebecca Taylor / Skirt: H&M / Tank: Lauren by Ralph Lauren / Bag: Lauren by Ralph Lauren / Shoes: Lauren by Ralph Lauren

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Photos by: Lydia Hudgens
There is something about a head to toe, black and white look that I love. It feels current and fresh – perfect for the upcoming warmer seasons. This past weekend it was actually nice out and in the mid 50s, which felt amazing compared to the previous (and once again) freezing weather we’ve been experiencing. I took full advantage and went all out with a spring-like outfit, complete with bare legs and a light jacket. If you like this combo, click here for more chic black and white options!
This post was sponsored by InStyle and Lauren Ralph Lauren. As always, all opinions and styling are my own – thank you for your continuous support. xo

 

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Sunglasses: The Number One by Karen Walker / Hat: Club Monaco / Jacket: Zara (old) / Sweater: Top Shop / Skirt: ASOS (old) / Tights: Deep BurgundyOpaque Tights by No nonsense / Boots: Elie Tahari / Bag: 3.1 Phillip Lim Pashli
I’ve always loved black and burgundy together, especially during the winter months. For this particular outfit, I decided to make the focal point these Deep Burgundy Opaque Tights from No nonsense, and kept the rest of the outfit mostly black and cream with a pop of leopard for fun. To finish it off, I added accessories in the same color palette to compliment the overall look.

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Photos by: Lydia Hudgens
If you are a bit nervous to try out a pair of colored tights, you can easily pick up a pretty pair of these to try for under $7 at Nononsense.com. Follow No nonsense on Facebook and Pinterest for all the latest news and updates on their stylish and affordable legwear. xo