Most people have clothing in their closets that they haven't worn in years. If this does not apply to you, have you ever received a gift from someone and knew it was something that you would absolutely never wear? In situations like this, it seems like there are a few choices: Give it away, throw it away, or let it sit in your closet. But, there is another alternative.
I am pretty sure I have mastered the art of "the switch-up". A coworker once told my advisor, "I think Ayanna never wears the same thing twice." Little did she know, this was at a time where my PhD life was all consuming and I felt like I was in constant rotation of the same … Continue reading 3 Ways to Sheer Up
Though summer is a still a few weeks away, for most people memorial day marks the beginning of the summer season. And if you are anything like me, you are heading to or dreaming of heading to a beautiful beach in a distant location. Even if an exotic vacation is not in your travel plans … Continue reading Romantic Ruffles
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.
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...
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 … Continue reading Leopard is the New Black
...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 ...