I decided to do another tribal look today because I keep seeing a lot of these sequined, tribal printed skirts around lately and I'm really starting to love them. The one I chose here is from Haute Hippie and I love the gold and dark brown color combo especially when paired with this neutral white Vince sweater. I love the idea of something oversized up top covering something tight on the bottom. I wanted to do big, bold jewelry with this look so I picked out some triangle shaped earrings from Precious, a chunky gold plated bib necklace, an inverted cocktail ring from BCBGeneration, and a House of Harlow bangle. For a pop of color I added an Aldo clutch/cross body bag, and then finally thre
Here's an outfit similar to what I picked out for myself today. I chose a black strapless maxi dress with a brown belt and paired it with a bunch of tribal looking accessories. Here I have some gold leaf earrings, a gold Aurelie Bidermann pendant necklace, a brown leather Frye wrap bracelet, a gold leaf ring from Reiss Fleure, a gold and turquoise bracelet, some Ray Ban aviators, a leather satchel from Treasures Design, and lastly a pair of tribal looking Bertie Kassis sandals. This outfit together is so comfortable and it's fashion forward at the same time.
I really wanted to use this blue H&M blazer so I thought of pairing it with a simple little black dress like this one from Warehouse. I then thought of brightening up the look even more for the summer season. I chose a patterned pump and used the colors in the shoe for inspiration for the rest of the accessories. I picked out these pink Philippe Ferrandis earrings, an orange pendant necklace from Anton Heunis, a silver and orange stone ring from Elizabeth and James along with another ring from ELLE Jewelry, and lastly a Big Buddah clutch in pink, blue, and a touch of yellow.
For today, I wanted to feature one of my favorite items right now; the cut-out dress. These are perfect this summer when you wanna show off a little bit of skin. I picked out this one from Reverse. I just love the trendy coral color and high-low detail. To go with the dress I chose a pair of Steve Madden suede wedge heels in black and a matching Vince Camuto clutch. For jewelry, I wanted to do a pearl theme. Here I have a pair of Givenchy pearl stud earrings, a Zara Simon pearl ring, a Stella & Dot bracelet, and some stackable rings from Natalia Brill
I am still in love with the color cobalt blue and I especially love these high-waisted, pleated, chiffon shorts from Ribbon. I decided to pair them with a gold sequined Holkham top and a pair of nude Miu Miu heels. I then wanted to throw in a pattern so I used this colorful clutch. To finish off this complex look I added a pair of Noor stud earrings and a wrap watch in white and gold. This look is perfect for a summer night out.
This outfit here is perfect for a day of shopping, going out, hanging out, really anything you can think of because it is so simple but all of the accessories really help to dress it up. I really love how the turquoise and orange pop against the black and white. I started this look with a pair of white high-waisted shorts from Carven and paired it with an oversized black top from Firma Berlin. I then added a pair of turquoise Oasis sandals and an orange Elliot Lucca bag. For the accessories I picked out a pair of gold Panacea earrings, a fun starfish cocktail ring along with an orange stone ring from Kenneth Jay Lane, a
For today's look I wanted to feature something accessable for a date to the movies. A must is for it to be cute of course, but most importantly comfortable. I decided to go with a black romper and a Rick Owens cardigan that can easily be thrown overtop for the air conditioned theatre. For shoes I went with a white leather and gold accented pair from Aldo that matches perfectly with this white quilted Chanel. For jewerly I decided to stick with the gold theme and chose a Juicy Couture necklace, T Tahari square stud earrings, a House of Harlow square cocktail ring with a turquoise stone, and lastly a Betsey Johnson gold watch.
I decided to dress down this memorial day look with an anchor Gosse de Pairs sweatshirt overtop of a red and navy striped Bailey 44 tight skirt. I used gold jewelry for this outfit including hoop Yoola earrings, a Daisy Knights ring to match, and a tassel necklace from Ali NY. To accessorize the rest of the look, I threw in a pair of Ray Ban wayfarers, a Stella & Dot cross body bag, and leather sandals from Corso Como.
I hope everyone enjoys their picnics today and hope you get to spend the day with your family and close friends. And for anyone who has served, THANK YOU!
Today I thought I'd do another bohemian look based around a trendy print, the chevron. Usually this print is seen in black and white but sometimes in color like this one in green and gray. I used a bunch of coordinating accessories to finish off this look including a straw fedora, Steve Madden shades, a cross body messenger bag, and for shoes a pair of Tory Burch leather sandals. For jewelry I chose some diamond stud earrings, a gold H&M double leaf ring, and some gold and wooden bangles.
For some reason I got the idea to do a modernized saloon girl look. I used a trendy high low skirt in turquoise from Therapy and paired it with a Rory Beca fringe tank. The most important part in this wardrobe would have to be the feather, so I picked out a Jane Taylor Millinery feather headband which would look great with a high chignon bun. For the rest of the accessories I used gold H&M chandelier earrings, an Aurelie Bidermann cuff, a Niin Azteca gold stone ring, and a royal Lanvin box clutch. Last but not least, this outfit couldn't be complete without a pair of open-toed lace up booties like these from Lusttt.