Light and Crisp

There is something so crisp about a white button up shirt and black pants. I consider it to be one of my favorite classic looks because you can wear this ensemble either up or down and look very well put together. For this look, I wanted to wear it up but if you wanted toContinue reading “Light and Crisp”

An Early Welcome To Spring

Spring is around the corner ( 10 days away actually) for a lot of those that live north of the border. For those of us that are fortunate enough to live in warm states, spring has actually been around since like December, since our “winters” are more like spring weather. I wanted a look thatContinue reading “An Early Welcome To Spring”

The Monday Blues – Denim on Denim

I am finally back in town and on my computer! Yay! Life without the internet is hard people!!! Ok, I’m done with the exclamation points. I am happy that I am back in the comfort of my home but sadly I am not 100% settled in. I have to unpack ( I did some seriousContinue reading “The Monday Blues – Denim on Denim”

Valentines Day – a bit late

Valentine’s Day happens to be one of my favorite “holidays”; and I say “holiday” because we all know that it has become be to known as a corporate holiday. I knew that this year I wanted to wear a red dress so I searched the internet for the perfect red dress. I like the dressesContinue reading “Valentines Day – a bit late”

Crop tops + mini skirts

Crop top and mini’s are all the rave and everyone is wearing them. However, the most common way to wear them is by having the matching top and bottom. I remixed my look by pairing my tweed crop top with a (faux) leather mini skirt. What a better way to pair two winter classics. IContinue reading “Crop tops + mini skirts”

Neutrals

When in doubt, wear neutrals. That is the rule I have made for myself when I have absolutely no idea what to wear and just want to rush out the door. My second rule? When in doubt, wear a pair of jeans and a t-shirt. This could be any t-shirt and jeans really. Finally, myContinue reading “Neutrals”