Category: Casual

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Styling Green for Your Spring Wardrobe

Hello and Happy Friday! If you’ve been shopping this spring, you have likely noticed a favorite color of mine throughout your favorite stores: green. Olive green, in particular, and other earth tones are staples this season evoking a sense of ease and calm through your wardrobe as we usher in the second half of 2019. While you may be hesitant to wear brighter greens, like emerald, … Read More Styling Green for Your Spring Wardrobe

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An Alluring Backless Basic

“In my white tee.” Here is a style secret. One of my keys to maintaining effortless style, even when wearing casual looks, is incorporating classic pieces that have been revamped. As a lover of statement pieces, my basics are pretty funky. There is little more alluring than an unexpected backless top and this post features a look that embodies non-basic basics. The Elif Tie T-shirt is by The Line … Read More An Alluring Backless Basic

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Styling Red: Go Bold for a Valentine’s Day Look

With Valentine’s day around the corner, red is the color to wear if you are thinking about looks to celebrate the day of love. Wearing red can be daring on any day. It exudes boldness and confidence, and according to research, can also increase your perceived self-attractiveness (i.e a quick pick me up). Red dresses are a common go-to look for Valentine’s Day, but perhaps your plans … Read More Styling Red: Go Bold for a Valentine’s Day Look

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The Weekend and Styling Faux Fur: What I Wore

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…which also calls for layers and warmer materials. I hope you are enjoying the holiday season! During the winter months, I can be spotted in long cardigan sweaters and wool pea coats (princess cuts are my favorite). When I am creating a more glamorous look, I incorporate faux furs. For this post, I am sharing how I … Read More The Weekend and Styling Faux Fur: What I Wore

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Everyday Metallics – Style Tips

As a lover of all things embellished and sparkly – from pants, to clutches, to dresses, and shoes  – this post offers some style tips on styling metallic pieces into casual looks.

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Making a Mind-Body Connection through Comfort & Style

Built to provide support throughout your most active workouts and style to carry you through the rest of your day, this brand raises the bar in fitness apparel.

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(effort)Less is More: Safari-Inspired Fashion in the Big Easy

A visit to New Orleans also means being prepared for the heat and for walking. Appropriate for the occasion, I kept it cool, comfortable, and chic with this safari-inspired look…

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The Art of Getting Dressed

As mundane as it may seem, getting dressed is a part of my day where I can take time to focus on myself. Since my schedule does not always allow for the perfectly planned outfit, it is essential for me to have a few go-to pieces in rotation…

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Owning Your Style

Like the woman who shops at thrift stores and always looks like she stepped off of a NYFW runway, “You own your style like you own your used car” – Sophia Amoruso. I pieced this outfit together from what seems like hodgepodge of random stores, some that I rarely shop at and others that I frequent more often.

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Spring in Bloom

I’m fascinated by all that happens during the spring… flowers blooming, longer days, warmer weather and in fashion lighter colors and pretty floral prints. But there is more to offer in spring fashion than florals…

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Leopard is the New Black

Photos by Kristin Fields Shoes: Urban Outfitters||Blouse: Thrifted from Buffalo Exchange||Tights: Urban Outfitters||Skirt: Nasty Gal As a teenager, I spent a lot of time shopping with my mom.  As I looked over simple staples for more unique or embellished pieces she would always offer this advice, “Buy things that you can wear with everything”. It was  certainly logical advice, as staples like a crisp … Read More Leopard is the New Black

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Simple Layers with Unlikely Pairs

…in the past I’ve been told, “I would never think to put these pieces together, but it works”. There is no secret ingredient to pulling seemingly contrasting pieces together, but I usually like to build on …