Karen Zambos is one of my favorite designers/lines. I only have a few pieces of hers, but every one is a favorite in my wardrobe. If you don’t know who she is, you must check her out. Her stuff isn’t easy to find out in the midwest, but she often has stuff up on Gilt.com, which is where I’ve acquired all of mine. These shorts are ah-mazing and feel like they were perfectly tailored for me, and this shirt is the perfect summer time blouse. So well made & so unique. I know they are going to be staples of mine for a long time.
Once again, you can never wear too much black & white. And adding a pop of light blue is my favorite trend for this spring. A light blue handbag is the perfect way to do this. I’m also crushing on light blue flats & light blue sunglass frames. Pastel pink or yellow are also great options to pair with a white and black spring outfit. It’s all about simplicity with a pop of fun.
Caslon Jacket | Levi’s Shorts | Adrienne Vittadini Shoes | RED Valentino Bag | C Wonder Sunglasses Do yourself a favor and add a striped blazer to your wardrobe this year. I’ve had to stop myself form purchasing a whole … Continue reading →
Black & white is all the rage this Spring. Solids, stripes, mixed prints, accessories-black and white everything. Pops of color are fun with this trend because they stand out so much. Yellow, pale pink, red, all of these would look … Continue reading →
We are part of a growing ‘giving back’ generation. We are conscious shoppers who buy brands for way more than style. We look into the brands ethics, beliefs, and community involvement. We want to buy things we feel good about … Continue reading →
This year I am all about the fringe and tassels. Dresses, handbags, shoes, jewelry-you name it. I am obsessed with my new Gold Steel Pendant Necklace from Stella & Dot. I love the way the long fringe descends from a … Continue reading →
I started stocking up on my spring gear as early as January, and looking at all of the items in my closet for the past couple of snowy months, has been pure torture. But as the sun starts to come … Continue reading →