Bell Sleeve Boho


This outfit is inspired by Coachella and is a huge trend for Spring! Flowy silhouettes, floral prints, and western styles are all the rage for this warm season. Bell sleeves, prints, and patterns add a pretty bohemian flare to rompers, dresses, and tops. 70’s inspired pieces will continue to be a popular era to draw fashion trends from. I am wearing a silk bell sleeve peasant dress by Vanessa Virginia from Anthropologie. I paired this with a fringe crossbody from Apricot Lane Boutique. I complimented the outfit with western style suede mules from Dolce Vita. They are super easy to slip on and add instant height!



Ponchos & Leather



The best pieces that are going to keep you warm and look stylish together are leather leggings and thick knit ponchos! Leather leggings can be paired with anything to make an outfit instantly edgy and dressed up. I am wearing a camel open knit poncho from Anthropologie, leather leggings, a black relaxed fit long sleeve, my beloved taupe Jodpher Steve Madden booties, and paired it with Michael Kors accessories. This outfit is easy to throw on and can be worn around the house or out and about! Click below to Shop the Look.

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Wintry Whites




Hope everyone is staying warm! This outfit is one of my favorites for Winter because I have an obsession with white. The best way to rock an all-white look is to pair your skinny jeans with an oversized sweater in different textures, sizes, and shades. Neutral accents look great with a bootie or belt. It is a very clean, sleek, and sophisticated combo. A wide leg trouser, tight turtleneck, and white peacoat would also give an ultra-modern edge. I paired my AEO denim jegging with a black faux-fur vest from Apricot Lane Boutique and black glossy Chelsea Jeffrey Campbell rain booties. These boots are amazing because they are so versatile, not only for style, but treking through the mounds of snow! I am also wearing gold jewelry from Alex and Ani and the J initial necklace from Anthropologie. Click below to Shop the Look.

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Sweater Weather


Winter is in full swing and what better way to dress in this chilly weather than to wear chunky sweaters, leggings, and booties? My color palette tends to shift to white, black, and neutrals. Solid basics with endless options. They are great pieces you can mix and match. I am obsessed with  this high-low turtleneck sweater from Anthropologie which I paired with a basic legging, oversized Steve Madden bag, and taupe Jodpher booties. Turtlenecks are a huge trend this season, but it is important to know how to style them so they look flattering on your neckline. Oversized, cowl neck, or classic tight turtlenecks can complement any outfit. Pair them under vests, dresses, or over leather leggings for a cozy, warm, winter wardrobe. Click below to Shop the Look.

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Lovely in Lace

c6a64192-7a24-4cc6-b9b8-b45b094efba186b35aa2-0bc0-441e-9fdc-3a8452be174d860581d5-1011-4edf-abc8-e68c9816a559   This white lace romper with nude underlay is a perfect piece to wear to a dressy event, dinner, or party. It is sophisticated, delicate, and sexy. The lace top adds a feminine touch which splits at the middle to the chiffon romper bottom. I paired it with Elle nude patent leather heels and a red Michael Kors wristlet which adds a pop of color. Click the image below to Shop the Look.


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Girls Night Out




There is nothing better than dressing up to go out with your girlfriends! A romper, heels, and an adorable clutch is a fab look for a night out to grab dinner, drinks, and go dancing. This fuchsia romper is a perfect pop of color to make you stand out and show off your summer tan. The chiffon material gives it a dressier feel so it wont look too casual. Pair it with nudes, blacks, or white accessories to make it your main focal point. I picked a suede platform heel and paired gold jewelry to complement my snakeskin clutch. Click the image below to Shop the Look.

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