Happy Monday everyone! This week we are styling our Blush Moto Jacket. From day to night this jacket is easily versatile. The suede material is so soft you won't want to take it off! Lets check out how everyone styled it down below!
One of my favorite color combinations is black and pink so I was really excited to pair this pretty blush jacket with one of my favorite black rompers. The edgy cut and soft hue of the jacket makes a fun complement to the rompers alluring color and seductive front tie closure.
Since I was combining two statement type pieces I went with more simple jewelry. Of course, I am a sucker for moons and stars and went with my celestial necklace.
This easy outfit makes a big statement despite it only being two pieces. I suggest pairing it with ankle booties for a more casual coffee date or heels for going out. I plan to wear it for Valentine's day!
Moto jackets are on-trend for the fall and winter seasons. Typically they are a classic black; however, we would like to spice it up a bit with this beautiful blush faux suede one.
I went for a casual weekend look when styling this piece. I paired it with a classic tee in white and a comfy pair of distressed girlfriend jeans. This outfit is perfect for an on-the-go weekend look while still being stylish.
Shoes and accessorize always take the look to the next level and for this outfit I accessorized with a Y bar long necklace in gold. I love gold jewelry. For shoes, I kept it casual with a classic pair of turtle shell Adidas.
Pretty in pink! To make our pink theme really POP I made my accessories extra pink! With some pink hues popping out of the statement necklace, scrunchie, and bright pink earrings, people will clearly get the message. We love pink!
The ivory pants mixed with the dusty pink jacket compliment each other very well in creating a chic look. To make it more casual, I tied a knot on the shirt turning it from a tank top to a crop top.
Pair this look with heels to not only look nice and tall, but to finish off this chic style by extenuating your legs!
Cheers to a beautiful Monday! This week we are styling our Slate Button Down Dress. The color is in between a dusty blue and grey, making it an easy transitional piece. See how we styled this dress below!
Who says collared dresses only have to be for work? This waist tie dress is a great piece to wear for the weekend as well!
I styled the dress with a pair of leggings to help keep warm on cold winter days here in Sacramento. When tying the waist tie I pulled a little bit at the top for a gathered look.
Stay warm by layering with a cozy a long knit cardigan. Weekends are for relaxed looks and the best hairstyle for when you're on the go is a quick messy bun. For the finishing touch, wear a comfy pair of fashion sneakers.
I was SO excited to style this week's item. Cool-tone color schemes are my JAM. The awesome thing about this dress is that it's really versatile too, I at first styled it with more bright punch-you-in-the-face colors but went back to something a little more my style. I selected our faux-suede blush moto jacket- which is cool in it's own right- along with a light grey wool hat and some fun silver jewelry. I wanted items that could easily be stand out pieces themselves but that would look cohesive and work well when worn all together.
For this kind of look, I would style with either dark grey or black booties or simple black sandals. Since it's still been pretty chilly I would also wear with opaque tights in either black or blush. I think overall my favorite feature this week would be the Daisy earrings, they're so stinking cute!
For this weeks look I wanted to try something a little different by pairing the button up dress with our new mesh star top. Be ready to see lots of stars this year because this fun print is no longer reserved for the celestial sky!
Since the star print made such a fun statement I went with a dainty piece of jewelry. This is one of my favorite simple necklaces, it has a little crescent moon (to keep with the theme here, people!) with two hanging bars.
I pulled this look together with our new buckle band wide brim fedora. This one is a little wider than my black fedora so I might just have to add this to my hat collection! This easy look would be great for grabbing dinner with friends.
This dress is perfect for creating a cute transitional look. As this is more of a simple dress, you can easily go many different ways with it, but I decided to create an easy casual look.
It's all about accessories with this outfit! By taking a simple dress and adding a scarf, belt, and hat you can easily create a fun unique look. I personally made all of my accessories tan because it's an easy neutral color to match and it makes for a chic style. I think scarves are a great addition to any winter look because you're all bundled up to survive the cold while looking stylish in the process!
This outfit calls for a girls day out shopping, so call up your BFF and grab your hat because you're going to turn some heads when you walk by!
Happy Monday, friends! This week we're excited to feature an easy piece for transitioning into spring, the dusty pink ruffle sleeves top! Ruffles are on-trend and dusty pink is here to stay. The soft fleece-like fabric makes this top warm in the chilly months of January through March. Let's see how everyone styled it below!
For this weeks item I was really happy once I saw it because blush is my all-time favorite color. This top is so sweet & feminine while still looking age appropriate. I honestly had a hard time picking out what to style it with since I had so many different outfits in mind! I ended up sticking with some cooler-toned items with a casual black flat for a pop of color.
I especially love the jewelry with this look, a small silver star worn like a choker and a longer rose gold sparkly moon, I usually don't love mixed metal jewelry but these 2 are such a cute pair! I paired the look with some casual medium wash grey jeans that were a similar temperature to the top, as well as a light tan floppy hat.
This is such an easy, put-together look you could wear anywhere: the office, movies, walking around downtown, etc. The open back on the top was also a fun feature making it possible to wear backwards if you wanted something a little more sassy!
Blush is an on-trend color this season and you're going to love the bell sleeves and cutout on this top. It's buttery, soft fleece-like fabric will have you feel like you're bundled up in a cozy blanket.
I styled this flirty top with a great pair of girlfriend jeans. They are a light wash denim and have distressed detailing for a more edgy look. They are fitted in the upper half and looser from the knee below. It's perfect with the cuff as-is or rolled up with an extra cuff.
Complete this look for a casual dinner date by adding a cute pair of nude ankle booties and accessorize with a long necklace.
Its fun in the sun with this little number! This top has a few details that truly make it unique. It's simple in the front but from behind there is a keyhole opening which gives it a bit of a flirty look. As for the arms, I love these sleeves because they're so puffy and fun!
To get us into the Spring spirit I paired this top with some white shorts, I especially love the pattern because it has checkered embroidering which you don't normally find on shorts.
To continue this fun, flirty look I added a few accessories to bring this outfit together, such as sunglasses and a hat. Finally, I would wear this outfit for a day out with friends to the fair or even just out to lunch!
For this week's outfit I went for a work look because the soft material of this top will keep you nice and warm in a cold office! The top is super feminine which is nice once in a while! ;)
I paired it with flowy cropped pants (trend forecast: you'll be seeing a lot of flowy chiffon/rayon pants this upcoming spring!) for a chic look. I tucked the top in since the pants has a cute waist tie. The back of this top has a cool triangle cutout, which I think would be cute if it was worn in the front!
For my accessories I went with earrings that are more of a statement piece so that the sleeves wouldn't compete much with a statement necklace. I layered it with a long bar necklace. Finish this outfit with cute slip-on loafers!