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Photos by: Casey



Outfit Credits:

Hat: Rag & Bone / Sunglasses: Karen Walker / Shirt: Comme Des Garcons (gift from a client) / Overalls: Hudson Jeans / Shoes: Christian Louboutin / Bag: Proenza Schouler / Lipstick: Milani in High Voltage

P.S. Excuse the fuzz on my hat and overalls – blame it on my favorite winter scarves!





Photos by: Casey Krehbiel

 Outfit Details:

Hat: Genie by Eugenia Kim via Intermix / Sunglasses: Karen Walker / Scarf: Zara / Jacket: BCBG / Sweater: Everlane / Jeans: Rag & Bone / Boots: Rag & Bone / Bag: Proenza Schouler





Photos by: Lydia Hudgens

Outfit Details:

Sunglasses: Karen Walker / Scarf: Zara / Jacket: IRO / Sweater: Calypso St. Barth (gift) Jeans: Frame (gift -I also love them in black, and here is a similar pair in white) / Shoes: Zara / Bag: 3.1 Phillip Lim




Sunglasses: Karen Walker / Jacket: Mackage (via sample sale) / Shirt: Comme des Garcons (gift from client) / Jeans: Zara / Boots: Nine West (old) / Bag: Givenchy


Hello, and happy FRIDAY! This weekend is going to be a packed one for me, with lots of friends visiting from out of town, house parties and dinners – it’s going to be busy but I can’t wait! Plus it’s supposed to be sunny, which is a plus, seeing how rainy and gloomy it was yesterday.

In other news, let’s talk about how much I love this bright and cheery red vest and black and red flannel that I’m wearing. I’ve noticed that I am really drawn to Buffalo Plaid lately and am starting to see quite a collection of similar pieces in my closet. I actually just bought this jacket at a sample sale and recently wore this red and black plaid shirt coat while up in Warwick a few weeks ago.

Anyway, my vest and shirt are both from Eddie Bauer, a brand I grew up being very familiar with, especially since I’m from Seattle where flannels, plaids and puffy vests were, and are still very key pieces to us Pacific Northwest folk. :) So when the brand asked me to style up a couple of their clothing, I decided to show how to mix more casual, outdoorsy pieces with slightly more streamlined black pants and knee high boots. Voila, chic and cozy!

Take a look, if you’d like. xo






For those of you that aren’t as familiar with the brand, did you know that Eddie Bauer built the first down jacket patented in America?

Pretty cool, right?

Outfit Details:

Look 1: Hat:  / Vest: Eddie Bauer / Shirt: J.Crew / Pants: Eddie Bauer / Boots: Vince Camuto (mine are old, but here is an updated version / Lipstick: Milani in Best Red

Look 2: Flannel Hooded Shirt Jacket: Eddie Bauer / Shirt: J.Crew / Pants: Eddie Bauer / Boots: Vince Camuto (mine are old, but here is an updated version) / Lipstick: Milani in Best Red

P.S. Right now, Eddie Bauer is having a huge Veterans Day sale through November 11th, so head on over to the site and take a peek! I’m really digging this jacket and these flannel shirts. So cozy!

P.P.S. Click below to see a few fun photos from the Eddie Bauer pop-up shop on 5th ave and 15th street Casey I went to on Wednesday night. It was so much fun. They even had a Twitter-activated vending machine, which dispensed gifts, products, and discount promotions and will be doing so for the next two weeks to anyone who shares on social while in the store using @eddiebauer and #liveyouradventure. My tweet had to do with attempting to ski diamond runs with my Dad. Quite an adventure if you ask me! xo



Hey guys! Sorry for not posting yesterday – I left my camera in my friend’s car and on top of that, my iPhoto was on the fritz (thank goodness, it seems like it’s back to normal now), so I was worried about not being able to post, but I finally gathered all my photos together from this past weekend and am so excited to share them with you.

But first, let’s discuss my dress. (Excuse the raindrops all over us- it was drippy and wet all weekend.) I was a bridesmaid in a wedding on Saturday and got to spend the past couple days with some of my closest friends from college. The bride (my dear friend Julia) decided to have us wear dresses from a company called Little Borrowed Dress where you can either rent or buy your dress. I decided to buy mine because I loved the style and color so much. If you are looking for bridesmaids dresses that are beautiful, practical (the fabric doesn’t wrinkle!) and affordable, I would definitely recommend this company. They have a showroom in New York or you can just check out their dresses online.


Lacy, Nicole and me. I’ve known these girls over ten years!




Thanks to Lacy and Nate for taking these photos! 

Outfit Details:

Necklace: Nordstrom (Love this one too, which Nicole who is in the middle, is wearing.) / Dress: Little Borrowed Dress (in Slate) / Scarf: Street Vendor (in Soho) / Shoes: / Lipstick: Milani in Best Red / Nails: OPI in Thrill of Brazil 

See more photos from the weekend by clicking below!

(Photos are a mix from my iPhone and Nikon)



A couple weeks ago, Casey and I took a trip up to Warwick (thanks to Ford, who helped us get there by loaning us a sweet ride) where we visited Applewood Orchards for an afternoon. The next day we drove down to meet up with the crew from Hudson Jeans for another fun fall day full of apple picking, cider drinking and picture taking. We also left with two mighty fine looking pumpkins to carve  because apparently Casey is a master carver, so we shall see.

I can’t seem to get enough of the fall foliage this year and so yet again, I give you a post that is very photo heavy. But I hope you love looking at these pretty autumn leaves and colors as much as I do. The season is so fleeting, I want to make sure I soak it in as much as I can.













Thank you, Hudson Jeans for a fun filled day! xo

Outfit Credits: 

Sunglasses: Karen Walker / Hat: Rag & Bone / Shirt: J.Crew (mine is from an older season, but you can shop more current options here) / Sweater: H&M / Jeans: Hudson (gift) / Boots: Clarks (gift) / Bag: FashionABLE (gift)

(This is not a sponsored post. All photos and opnions are my own.)

The past couple weekends I have been lucky enough to experience New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts in the fall and see beautiful foliage, stay in quaint homes and pick apples from adorable orchards. I look at my photos afterward and am so blown away at the scenery I get to experience and love being able to share it with you guys on the blog. Needless to say, I don’t take it for granted!




So seeing that it’s now mid-October, I’ve slowly been breaking out my sweaters and boots, but was finally able to rock an actual coat not to long ago. The one above happens to be by Lands’ End, who I have worked with in the past, if you remember this post, and am now styling up their black wool, basket-weave toggle coat for fall. In the case of this outfit, I loved mixing brown and black together and thought the black leather pants and the preppy printed sweater and black wool jacket created a nice juxtaposition all together. What do you think of this coat? Would you wear it, and if so, how would you style it? xo

P.S. You can shop the rest of their outerwear here!


Outfit Credits:

Hat: Rag & Bone / Coat: Lands’ End (gift) / Sunglasses: Karen Walker / Sweater: J.Crew Mens (borrowed from Casey) /

Leather Pants: J Brand / Boots: Pour La Victoire (gift) / Bag: FashionABLE (gift)