Hello, October! 🍂 Yes, it’s cooling down but for Vegas this means going from triple digits to mid-80s. So, here I am in my white ASOS dress and open-toe booties. I found this ruffle bell-sleeved dress on ASOS not long ago and thought it was cute and unique. Yet, I’m not sure how I feel about the fit or where I would wear it. It is still available here if you’d like to check it out.
On another note, can you tell my Palm Eyewear sunnies match my new hair color? I didn’t plan it, perhaps it’s the light. 😎
Have a lovely week, everyone! Let the sunshine be with you. ❤
Dress: Asos; Denim Belt: Nasty Gal; Sunnies: Palm Eyewear; Caged Booties: BCBGeneration
📷 by @tylerraemills
I’ve always loved the vintage vibe pleated skirts have. They look so chic if only they fit right! Being so short, I’ve never been able to find a pleated skirt that creates a flattering silhouette on my frame. That’s why when I found these pleated pants at Bershka in Mexico City, I immediately fell in love. Not to mention the rich color and gorgeous fabric. At first, I thought they would be hard to style, but once I got them in my closet I realized that they can be worn in so many ways. I would love to wear them to a night out paired with my favorite Ted Baker stilettos and a nice blouse. For a day at the office, a white button-down and a pair of squared heel pumps will do. The possibilities are endless…
What is the one statement piece you love wearing lately?
Bodysuit: Forever 21; Pants: Bershka Mexico; Sock Booties: Asos; Choker Necklace: Desert Daisy Jewelry; Quilted Backpack: Zara USA
As you know I’m a huge fan of versatile pieces – outfits you can dress up or down and wear for multiple different occasions. This black Asos culotte jumpsuit fits the description perfectly. Not to mention that it’s under $25. I’m often on the hunt for cute outfits that are work-appropriate, affordable and unique. Asos fitting can be tricky, but once you try a couple items you’ll have the sizing down. I scored this and a few other pieces during the Memorial Day Weekend sales. I can’t wait to share them with you! In the meantime, I hope you enjoy the styling of this outfit with my favorite Ted Baker floral pumps and Kate Spade quilted bag.
Photography: Ania Zboron
Culotte Jumpsuit: Asos; Floral Pumps: Ted Baker; Clutch: Kate Spade; Necklace: Hautelook (old), similar here, here, here
Are you ready to say “Goodbye” to summer? I didn’t think so!
Many stores are now hosting back-to-school events, but summer is still here; especially in So Cal, we hope to enjoy it a little longer. Summer is a season of long days, many fun activities and, of course, sexy looks. So, let’s talk fashion! If you like staying current and on top of all the new trends, I hope you like 70s fashion style. The 70s are back this summer, and will stay in your wardrobe throughout this fall.
For this post, I have included some of the hottest looks of the season that also happen to be trendy during the 70s era.
Wide Leg Pants are definitely not for everyone. You will either love them or hate them. I personally love the bell-bottom jeans—they can make your legs look longer, especially if you wear them with a pair of heels (opt for clogs and/or wedges). If you are looking for a dressier look, I would recommend the palazzo pant. Be careful choosing the color because with the wrong print it might look like you just got out in your PJs.
ASOS High Waist Extreme Palazzo Pant
- MOTHER The Drama Wide Leg Trouser
The Silk Blouse creates a very feminine look. Front ties or bows are very chic for a night out or a day at the office.
Hinge Silk Blouse
Bangles are back! Let’s not forget the accessories. If you are not a fan of earrings, bangles are right for you! Easy to put on, too—you actually don’t need to ask for help or twist your arm as you do with bracelets…
Vince Camuto Bangles
High Waist Swim Pieces Those of you who like the sun, probably rock a new swim piece at the beach every year. Yes, the high waist provides more coverage and prevents your back from tanning, but it also hides that extra tummy =) (I’m sure new moms like myself will appreciate that!) Stay away from stripes as they tend to enlarge the body.
Marc by Marc Jacobs High Waist Bikini