Faux-Leather Moto Jacket + Python Mules

It’s Valentines Day and I hope you are all spending it with the ones that you love the most, Happy Valentines Day!

Outfit Details

There are days when I look at my closet and feel inspired but there are other days when I just throw things together and run out the house. This is one of those simple, out-the-door outfits. It’s getting warmer around here and I am running out of time to wear these clogs because these bad boys can make your feet sweat if it’s too warm out. I kept it simple by wearing ripped jeans, a white sweater and my faux-leather moto jacket. The other thing that makes this outfit even cooler? The entire outfit except the shoes were thrifted.

Jeans: Gap, purchased at Goodwill: $5.00 / Sweater: Banana Republic, purchased at Goodwill: $4.00 /  Jacket: BB. Dakota Faux-leather Jacket, purchased at Goodwill: $5.00 / Thrifted total: $14.00




BB. Dakota Faux-Leather Moto Jacket, similar here


Python Mules, similar here and here


Banana Republic White Ribbed Sweater, similar here







Cable Knit Turtleneck + Knit Skater Skirt

Outfit Details

This is one of those simple outfits I put together when I have to run out the door. It’s a nice casual look that makes it seem as if I put in a lot of effort when in reality I didn’t even try. I purchased this Gap skirt a few years back and it was still hanging in my closet with the tags on, shhh, don’t tell my husband. I bought this back when “skater/circle” skirts were all the rave and the Gap made one for their fall collection. I love these skirts because they have a youthful feel to them. The material and color makes it versatile enough for anyone in my age group to pull off. Since I am on the smaller scale, I tucked my sweater in and wore a pair of high heeled booties. I layered the look with a faux-leather moto jacket, a pair of black leggings and in order to tame the mane I wore a wool floppy fedora.

Skirt: Gap / Turtleneck: Talbots, purchased at Goodwill: $4.00 / Jacket: Mine Faux-Leather Moto Jacket, purchased at Goodwill: $5.00 / Shoes: Vince Camuto / Bag: Furla Satchel, purchased on Poshmark, $60.00 / Hat: NO brand Floppy Fedora Hat, purchased at Goodwill: $2.00 / Outfit total: $72.00


Talbots Turtleneck, similar here


Vince Camuto, similar here


Gap cable Knit circle skirt, similar here


Mine Faux-Leather Moto Jacket, similar here


Furla Satchel Bag, similar here


Wool Floppy Fedora, similar here



The Floral Embroidery Jeans

We just got back from vacation and I am happy to be back in Charlotte. I miss Miami dearly but there is something to be said about sleeping in your own bed and being in the comfort of home. I had lots of fun and honestly, I don’t have any pictures for the blog but I promise next trip, I’ll have some. There are some pictures on my instagram, check them out!

Outfit Details

I grew up wearing embroidery clothing, from tops, to jeans, jackets, etc. you name it. I wanted a pair of embroidery jeans but I wanted a muted color for winter. I am in search for the perfect colorful pair. I wore this very pretty bell sleeve sweater top and since it was an extremely cold morning (for me anyway), I threw on a wool scarf and a faux-leather jacket. I finished this look with a white metal vintage bag and silver heels

Jeans: Celebrity Pink Jeans: $20.00 / Top: Few Moda New York:$20.00 / Jacket: Sophie Max Faux-leather Jacket: $5.00 / Shoes: Rock & Republic, $20.00 / Bag: Vintage, purchased at Goodwill: $2.00 / Scarf: Madewell, purchased at Goodwill: 2.00 / Outfit totally: $69.00



Few Moda Sweater, similar here



Rock and Republic silver heels, similar here



Madewell Plaid Scarf, similar here


Celebrity Pink Embroidery Jeans, similar here


Sophie Max Grey Faux Leather Jacket, similar here




Vintage White Metal Mesh Purse, similar here