Yesterday I headed to Flatiron to check out the new Eddie Bauer flagship store on 5th, which is the first Manhattan store the brand has had in city in seven years! Seeing as I am from Seattle, which is where the brand originated from, and having grown up shopping there with my parents, I have a nostalgic tie to Eddie Bauer for sure. But what’s so exciting is how much the style and brand in general has evolved and changed. I feel like there’s something for everyone inside, whether you are looking for something to hike in, work out in or just an easy carefree dress for summer, they have it!
Upon arriving to the store, there was quite the party happening outside, complete was a prize wheel, a customized airstream, food trucks and a live band, which was really cool. After checking it out for a minute, I headed inside the store to meet the lucky winner who scored a $500 gift card and a styling session with me. I ended up working with a mother named Maureen and her son Finn, shown above, who were super nice and friendly (he wanted to be involved in whatever we did. :) We ended up selecting two super cute dresses for her since they have an upcoming trip to the Grand Canyon this summer, where she will most definitely need easy, packable items that won’t wrinkle.
I’m wearing a vest from Eddie Bauer, which I also can’t wait to wear in fall with a flannel or layer under a jacket when it gets chilly outside.
I had a blast styling Maureen and was so happy she left feeling great about her purchases as well as having a new impression of the Eddie Bauer brand. Job complete! xo
You guys know I love a good remix, so I am happy to share with you a post dedicated to just that – styling one little white dress, five different ways! You know you all have a LBD in your closet, but do you have an LWD? If not, check out the new video I created (where I explain my thought process behind each look) by clicking above or heading to my YouTube channel.
Shop for a little white dresses HERE, HERE and HERE or at the bottom of the post!
Hello everyone! I hope you had a great week so far. So, I posted a video yesterday on my YouTube channel sharing how I incorporate color into my outfit. If bright colors intimidate you a bit, fear not, this video will give you some quick pointers on how to infuse them into you look, three different ways:
1. Feeling bold? Choose a bright blouse if you really want to go for it and embrace wearing color!
2. Opt for a bright bag and keep everything else neutral. Tip: Make sure you put your wallet and whatever else you need into a simple clutch inside your bag, so that if you decide the bright color is a bit too much for you halfway through the day, you can set your bag down, take out what you need and the purse doesn’t have to be a part of your outfit if you don’t want it to be.
3. Still a little unsure about bright statement accessories? Try wearing a printed or colorful scarf that can be put on or taken off whenever you feel like it. That way you don’t have to feel too committed to wearing it all day.
Hope these quick tips were helpful! You can shop the look below!
Happy Wednesday! I’m so excited to share with you a recent project I did with Skype, where I personally styled an editor, Hayley, from SheKnows to help her get ready for a date with her boyfriend. I often use Skype when styling clients that either don’t live here or that just need a quick 15 or 30 minute session, so this was a perfect way to share how this application works so well.
Below are some photos taken at Haley’s apartment – you can see me on her computer screen walking her through the process. :) I wrote a whole article for SheKnows on the experience and how I break down the styling process, which you can read HERE!
But for now, I will give you a quick rundown of how we kicked off the session.
First, she showed me her closet…
Then we discussed what pieces she wanted to start with to try and narrow down the selection a bit.
Fast forward a bit to this skirt, which we ended up creating the final outfit around.
We talked about everything from accessories to hair styles to makeup…
And this was the final look we came up with based on what items she had and loved in her closet! Overall, it was a great session and she felt styled and ready to go out on the town with her boyfriend. Win, win! xo
Hi hi! What are you guys up to this weekend? Casey is back from Nashville (he was there for a work trip) so I plan on splitting my time between catching up and hanging out with him, and holing up downstairs in the closet editing YouTube videos because…I’M LAUNCHING MY CHANNEL ON TUESDAY! Holy moly, you guys, it’s all happpppening. I’m nervous and excited but mostly excited, so I really hope you guys come check it out.
I will be uploading videos on Tuesday and Thursday and they will be focused on fashion, styling, shopping and all that fun stuff, so stay tuned! I will make sure to give you all the necessary info and details on Monday, but in the meantime, enjoy your weekend, stay warm (if you are currently in a cold climate) and wish me luck!
P.S. Please feel free to suggest styling questions, topics and things you want to cover, ok? xo
Sunglasses: Karen Walker / Earrings: Ben Amun / Shirt: J.Crew / Blazer: Zara / Skirt: (Eeek, I don’t know or remember because there’s no tag! Sorry you guys!) / Shoes: Christian Louboutin / Bag: Lauren Ralph Lauren (gift) / Watch: Nixon (gift) / Bracelets: J.Crew and Charlotte Russe
Happy Tuesday, everyone! I am so excited because I am flying to Seattle today for the holidays. I can’t wait to see my friends, family and of course, Barney! I packed this skirt with me and plan on wearing it on New Year’s Eve with Casey. Not sure what we are doing yet, but regardless, I always like to dress up a bit and this number is the perfect piece to work into my outfit. The tiny scallops, box pleats and silvery fabric add a festive touch and gives off a sweet and feminine vibe, which I really like. Anyway, I thought it would be fun to show you easy ways to style it up, simply by changing out the top and necklace, creating two different fun and festive looks!