It’s finally here you guys – my YouTube channel is now live and well! Click here to subscribe! xo
P.S. I will be posting new content on my channel every Tuesday and Thursday, so tune in!
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
Photos by: Casey Krehbiel
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!
Ever since I got my ears re-pierced ( I now have two on one side and three on the other), I have loved playing around and mixing and matching with different studs. My usual go-to is Bauble Bar for fashion forward and wallet friendly pieces, so when I got hold of their Play By Ear Gift Set I was over the moon. Their gift box is full of so many various styles you can’t help but be inspired to mix and match and wear as many as you can. That said, I thought I would give it a whirl and do quick little earring remix for you guys!
Photos by: Lydia Hudgens
Shop some my favorite pieces plus the box set!
P.S. My tee is by Current/Elliott
Last week I teamed up with Gather & Gown, a new e-commerce bridal boutique, to style and remix a couple of their bridesmaids dresses. I think it’s so fun to take an item of clothing, in this case, a fancy party dress, and give it a completely different personality. I started with the dress shown above, which when worn traditionally as a bridesmaid dress, would look very elegant with silver strappy heels and a statement necklace. But instead I wanted to make it look a bit more edgy, so I slipped on a fitted black moto jacket and grabbed a pair of sparkly heels to give the look a bit of sass.
All the pretty dresses. So many gorgeous styles and colors to choose from!
Founders Michael Shettel and Vincent Piccione launch their site in January 2015 and will offer beautifully tailored contemporary dresses for the wedding day and beyond, all for under $200 plus free shipping and free returns. The duo also wants their site to help girlfriends easily shop collaboratively together online no matter where they live or the distance between them.
The team took a handful of pictures on my iPhone while I was on set, so I thought it would be fun to share some behind the scenes photos of me getting ready, on camera with my gorgeous model (video to come soon!) and with one of the founders and designers, Michael Shettel. Seeing that I’m only 5’4, I had to stand on an apple box the whole time! Thanks, Gather & Gown for a great shoot. We shot some great footage and I can’t wait to share the final video with you all! xo
I’ve been a fan of Alexis Bittar’s jewelry since 2005, when I was first introduced to it while working as an intern in the accessories closet at InStyle. I remember the pieces that the editors would call in for shoots and thinking how chic and amazing the rings, bracelets and necklaces looked. I continued to admire his jewelry whenever I would pass by this store on Bleecker, thinking how fun it would be to wear one of his amazing statement bangles. Flash forward to 2012 when I was working with a client and we were pouring over her collection of Alexis Bittar pieces that she had cumulated over the years, I was still admiring the style and shape of his jewelry. And now, here we are today, where I get to style up my very own selected pieces from Alexis Bittar’s collection and share them with you on my blog. Pretty exciting in my book!
Photos by: Casey Krehbiel
The pieces I chose are very wearable and versatile, and I know I will be wearing them for years to come.