Hey there friends… Happy Easter!
I was incognito last week due to a hectic work schedule, but this week I’m back.
Here’s my latest round up of outfits for early April.
Saturday Breakfast Outing
This long navy blue dress from Nordstrom is one of the most practical purchases I’ve made in the last year or so. It’s works most seasons of the year and for so many occasions (summer work days with a lightweight sweater, fall with boots and jacket). I wore it this morning for a fun casual breakfast at a pie shop.
This shirtmaker style dress is so comfortable. The blue chevron print works great year round too. This morning was a little chilly, so I topped it with a trench coat, which was quickly shed by noon.
This day was a little more casual than usual, so I wore jeans with this white dress shirt and long sweater. The sweater actually attaches on the ends and wraps up and around my neck. But I figured out I can wear it long this way like a duster too. You know, I’m all about finding new ways to wear my items.
Recently, I found a wonderful youtube channel, Justine Leconte. Justine is a French fashion designer and she offers up so many helpful tutorials about dressing for one’s body shape. After watching her channel, I have so many ideas for things that are way more flattering for my figure, and this outfit was born out of applying her advice. (Milly A-line skirt to skim the hips and wide shouldered top to accentuate the upper body more). Check her out and you might get some inspiration!
How many peeps did you eat this year? I managed to get through without a single one… This comfy Tahari sheath dress was front and center for the day. It’s the second time in two weeks I’ve worn it after it’s been hiding in my closet.
Advice when you feel like you have nothing to wear and you are tempted to buy something new? Shop your own closet. What’s been sitting in the back, unloved for months, or even years?
Last week was a doozy of a week… long busy days and no time for anything. (I wasn’t even able to read any of your amazing blogs- I promise I’ll be getting to them soon!)
In fact, one night I dreamed I was on a train with my stuff spread out everywhere and I had to anxiously shove it all in my luggage before missing my stop. Can you relate?
My solution for these hectic times is to take a little time out with FOOD, of course.
On Friday, my husband and I met up for a nice lunch in the city. We went to Central Michel Richard, one of my favorite restaurants in DC. (I’ll be showing pictures of this beautiful meal very soon).
Here’s my winter lunching in the city look.
This Karen Millen wool coat has a detachable fur collar, which is great for mixing up different looks. In fact, if you buy a coat with a fur collar, make sure you can take it off to wear with different things.
The pants are from Theory, and they are great for just about everything from work to dressy occasions.
Last week was COLD here in DC, but the weather has turned warm and we had an unseasonably warm weekend. I’m not complaining!
Actually, I’m so looking forward to showcasing more mild temperature clothing looks soon!
How do you deal with busy weeks?
Happy Monday! This chunky long scarf has been one of my favorite go-to winter accessories this year. Macy’s had it on major sale last summer (Yes, I’m one of those crazy people who buys way out of season) and I waited in anticipation for months to wear it. It’s not available anymore, but I did find some similar other chunky knit scarves here and here.
What favorite accessory have you been wearing lately?
These Ramon Tenza elephant motif loafers are some of my favorite shoes. They’re quirky, comfortable, and perfect for the summer office.
Continue reading “Elephant Safari”
You get two looks for the price of one with this trench dress from White House Black Market. Here I’m wearing it as a summer work outfit, but it can also be a layering vest over other items.
Continue reading “Summer Trench Dress”
Exploring my wild side at the office today with this Tahari color block dress, cheetah scarf, pony print tote, and ankle boots.
Continue reading “Office Style: Cheetah and Pony”
A huge fan of Net-a-porter, I recently got inspired by this Stella McCartney outfit. But the price tag was out of my range… can you relate? What’s a resourceful girl to do? Answer: Recreate a similar look with a long classic vest from White House Black Market.
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