For years, one of my favorite styles has been colored tights. I used to wear really bright ones very oddly, before I knew how to style colored tights right to make them look effortless and chic. I remember wearing bright blue and purple tights with fleur de lis designs on them when I was in college and thinking I was the height of fashionable! I still have those tights, but I’ve learned better ways to rock them.
Hey all! Winter is fast approaching, and with it comes Christmas! I know that people get testy and stressed about Christmas, but personally, I absolutely love this time of year. I love the holiday spirit and the music, the emphasis on family and togetherness, and I love how happy I get! In other news, Thanksgiving is less than a week away, and I’m also focusing on that. Because I tend to dress seasonally (if you haven’t noticed by now!), most of what I wear will reflect the time of year, and for fall that’s definitely jewel tones like deep reds, oranges, greens, and yellows. This outfit, however, is one that I put together thinking about winter ahead.
Today I have an inspired-by Thanksgiving outfit built from old and new pieces in my wardrobe. This perfect Thanksgiving outfit is compiled almost exclusively of items that are years old. I’ve included some links below if you want to duplicate this Thanksgiving outfit! The emphasis here is on combining unusual colors to create something seasonal and classic!
I’ve worn this dress a couple times in the past two or three years; I love the silhouette and the design, but the best part is the colors: navy blue and a spring orange are unusual colors to combine, but they work perfectly together!
If you’ve been reading this blog for any amount of time, you’ll know how much I love floral print. I love it on bags, clothes, jackets, notebooks, socks, shoes, everything. So when I was looking through my closet for gems I could reuse and restyle, I came across these floral jeans I bought at Urban Outfitters a good five years ago.
They don’t fit me as well as they used to (thank you taco addiction), but I still love them. I love the black denim, the big splotches of flowers, and I especially love the colors: deep reds, mustards, and some touches of purple—perfect for this time of year. I decided to restyle these floral jeans and show you how to wear these for fall. Hope you like this look!
One thing I absolutely love this time of year is the fall clothing colors. I love putting together interesting color combinations that really reflect the vibrance of the colors I see dripping from the trees, and it’s always fun to match things in my closet and see what pops out at me. This year, my favorite fall clothing colors are greens, mustards, deep reds, and even purples.
I have to admit, I was never a big fan of chambray, but that’s before I met this amazing chambray top from Shein. I styled a fall look around it and absolutely love the end result!
I’m a huge fan of the so-called kimono for fall. I adore drapey looks and loose silhouettes, and I just love the bohemian look a kimono gives to an outfit. But they’re generally easier to style in the warmer months because they’re not sturdy or substantial when you need warmth. But with the right kimono and the right styling, you can absolutely wear a kimono for fall!
End of summer means TIGHTS! I’m one of those girls who love stockings and tights of all kinds, and think that a good pair of tights can totally make an entire outfit. I love patterned tights, brightly-colored tights, soft knit ones, and thin sheer ones to achieve every kind of look possible.
Today, I’m highlighting these amazing brocade-patterned knit tights by Hue, paired with this amazing, heavy sweater dress from Dezzal. It’s a bit of an unusual style, because the hems are all artfully ripped in different places, which is why I absolutely had to have this dress to begin with! It’s heavy and warm, but the no-sleeves thing make it a good fall piece—perfect to transition! I hope you like this look…
Hey all! It’s officially fall now, which means changing up my wardrobe entirely. Luckily, it’s still mad hot here in New York, so I can still get away with summer style—with a few tweaks. Today, I’m styling a romper for fall, the same romper I wore in July. I hope you like this look! Keep reading for tips on how to transition a summer romper for fall, and how to make the whole look come together.
Every year, without fail, I get so sick of my summer clothes when fall comes around, but it’s difficult to know what to wear during these inbetween times, when it’s still warm during the day. That’s why I really like styling knee high socks for fall; they’re the perfect accessory to make a summer dress appropriate for the autumn. This transition outfit features my current favorite fall color: sage green.