Spring Fever

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Photography by Scott Brasher

Talk about the most perfect Spring outfit EVER. I am so excited about my new Fifteen Twenty floral blazer and Red 23 oatmeal tank top. The combo was absolute perfection and I loved how a pair of simple white skinny jeans tied in the whole outfit. The blazer is a great piece to wear for work meetings or a fun lunch paired with a bright colored flat but it’s also a piece I could wear out at night with leather shorts and strappy sandals.

If you’re a blazer girl like I am, there is no better feeling than when the blazers sleeves come pre scrunched. It doesn’t get any easier! The flower print colors are also a great mix, it makes it super easy to find things that would match. Red pants or blue pumps, I love the idea of finding little pops and using accessories to bring them out even more.

The tank top is incredibly soft and the ideal mix of beige and grey. The side has a little bit of scrunching as well which creates that effortless outfit.

Fifteen Twenty and Red 23 collections, check them out here and here!

Friday Bliss

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Photography by Alexandra Wolf

Skirt: H&M (similar, similar) | Button Down: Elizabeth and James | Blazer: Armani Exchange | Shoes: Manolo Blahnik | Sunnies: Wildfox | Clutch: GiGi New York

Quick little outfit post before the weekend. Bought this skirt a few months ago at H&M because I loved the color. In my head, I only planned on wearing it with white but when it was on it was a little boring to me. This light blue/denim blazer was a really pretty color combo with the skirt so I went for all blue accessories. Risky but came out cute!

Thanks for stopping by guys, hope you all have an amazing weekend!

Wednesday Style

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Photography by Scott Brasher

Shirt: Elizabeth and James (N/A) similar, similar| Jeans: J BRAND | Shoes: M.GEMI | Bag: Reece Hudson | Sunnies: Miu Miu

I love a simple look, a button down, a pair of skinny jeans and a statement shoe. I have had this white button down for almost three years now. It’s so old but I refuse to give it up because it seriously fits me perfectly. It’s also the right length, I’m really into the length of my button downs, I hate cropped and I hate when they’re fitted.

I bought these jeans last year at this store Otte on 3rd Avenue, they always have the best jeans. The rips are in the right place and the wash couldn’t be any better. I also love high waisted skinny jeans that are cropped. Cropped skinnies are the only thing I’m buying (denim wise) for summer.

I love how they look with a pair of heels, like these M.GEMI snakeskin Farfalla. They’re different but super chic, the mixture of neutrals look really chic with an all black look as well. I’ve fallen in love with M.GEMI and their entire collection, I own so many pairs at this point. Check out the full collection, here!

Transition Shoes

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Photography by Alexandra Wolf

Jeans: James Jeans | Sweater: 10 Crosby Derek Lam | Shoes: Brunello Cucinelli | Bag: Valentino | Sunnies: Ray Ban

You all know how I feel about statement shoes. They are pretty much everything to me.  I am all about creating a look around a shoe. With that being said, about a month ago I was in Miami for a little vacation and stumbled upon Bal Harbour. If you have never been there, it’s like a massive outdoor shopping center with every store you could ever imagine. As we walked into Neiman Marcus, I was telling myself I do not need any more shoes, don’t even think about it. Well, I’m sure you can guess what happened next. I found these beauties. I’ve never seen anything like them, they were so incredibly gorgeous so I had to at least try them on and see that I would hate them on my feet. Ok, I loved them. I loved them so much once I put them on. I can hands down say, they are my most favorite shoe in my closet and my most favorite that I have ever owned.

I wore them to dinner a few nights ago at Zuma and when we finished up we went outside to get a cab and noticed it was completely downpouring. We attempted uber but with the surge pricing it was a minimum of 50 DOLLARS! I made my husband go outside in the rain and hail down a cab no matter what it takes (aren’t guys the best?). Once he got one, I really didn’t know how I was going to get into that car with my shoes, they could not go any where near water which led me to my next move. If you love shoes as much as I do, you’ll understand. I took them off. I ran barefoot through the streets of New York (in puddles) just to keep my shoes from getting even the tiniest bit destroyed. I obviously took a shower as soon as I get home but I’m so glad I did it, it was worth it, they are TOO good. Well now that I went off on that random story, here is an outfit with my favorite shoes I own. I kept everything pretty simple so that you can really appreciate the amazing shoes.

Thanks for stopping by today! x

Vestiaire Collective x SomethingNavy

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As you all know, I’m a big bag and shoe collector and while you all may think dropping tons of your hard earned money on designer pieces is the only option, you’re wrong. I introduce to you Vestiaire Collective! Their collection is absolutely incredible. They stock a ton of the designer pieces you’re dying for (lightly used) but still in great condition and at much more affordable prices.

They have an extensive variety of Celine bags and Louboutins, what more could you ask for when it comes to accessories! I’ve had my eye on this vintage green Celine bag and two pairs of sunnies (Christian Dior, Prada) I’m debating over. Not only can you shop for hours on their site but you can also become a seller too! I just put one of my favorite Isabel Marant dresses up on the site.

I also know the hesitant feeling of whether the product is real or a knock off but the best part about Vestiaire Collective is that they authenticate each product you purchase to ensure you never get stuck with a knock off.

I also highly suggest going through your own closet, getting rid of pieces you’ve had for some time and investing in something new, something you’d probably see in stores but get at an incredible price on Vestiaire Collective. It’s so worth it!