Remember this cozy knit sweater I wore on the blog earlier this month (here and here)? Well I loved it so much I styled it two different ways and would love to know which look is your favorite! Let me know in the comments below!
This past weekend was spent on the couch watching the snow fall, catching up on Grey’s Anatomy and playing with my cat. Even though I missed having Casey around (he had to fly out on Friday for a work assignment) it was a really relaxing and restful weekend.
Here’s to making this week a productive one! xo
This Billabong jacket is my new favorite winter piece. It was made for a day on the slopes but also is just perfect for walking around in a post-blizzard city. It protects again wind and snow and has all the pockets you could need. Shop more styles here! I’ve also been living in these gray fleece leggings from Target. The lining is so soft and I love the color.
Have I mentioned how much I love remixing? Well I really do love it and I hope you guys find it helpful too because what’s not to love about learning how to wear your clothing more than one way, right?! Ok, I digress, haha.
Anyway, above is my beloved ASTR dress styled two different ways (original posts here and here). I know you guys have seen both of these outfits already, but I wanted to put them side by side so you could take a look and compare. Which outfit is your favorite? And, how would you style this dress during the winter? If you have any questions on these outfits, please leave them in the comments below! xo
I love wearing white jeans in the winter. I know for many people it goes against the age-old rule: no white past Labor Day, but I say forget that and embrace white all year round! Because if done correctly, white in the off season can look super chic and stylish.
Here are two of my go-to takeaway tips for styling white jeans during the winter:
Keep it simple: Stick with just a few colors when creating your palette. Remember you want your look to come off chic and polished. In this particular case, I opted for black, white and camel but you can also try black, white and gray, or black, white and navy, two of which are some of my favorite color combos. To top things off (if you’re feeling adventurous), add a small pop of color with a simple accessory such as a red scarf or a bright lip.
Go monochromatic: I love a white-on-white, or cream-on-white ensemble. It’s hard to go wrong with this combination because you don’t have to worry about colors clashing or any extra elements. You can also have a lot more fun with colorful accessories because your palette is so simple so the overall affect will come off looking sophisticated and timeless.
While we were taking these photos at Bryant Park, this adorable Cavalier King Charles Spaniel came right up to me and gave me lots of love and kisses. It made my day, plus he totally matched my outfit! :)
It’s remix time again everyone! So remember when I first styled this “confetti” sweater last week? I first paired it over a gray turtleneck sweater with OTK boots, but this time I switched it up a bit and slipped on my cognac leather pants with suede booties and my beloved Celine bag.
I recently snagged this cozy knit on sale at Aritzia and was not only taken with the color and slouchiness, but also with the description. The brand labeled it a “confetti tweed sweater,” which I thought was pretty genius. I mean how fun and festive is that?! I pretty much lived in it for a few days after buying it and know it will continue to be the perfect sweater for the upcoming winter months.
That said, when I shot this outfit, it was on one of those weird warm days the east coast has been experiencing here and there, so I actually didn’t need a coat or tights! Pretty crazy for January, right?
It’s January once again and you might be feeling that winter wardrobe slump, but fear not, I teamed up with SheKnows.com to come up with five easy ways to jumpstart the New Year by giving your clothing just the refresh it needs. Below are five photos from past posts sharing how I implemented these tips, but you can check out the full article by clicking here!