I thought it was fitting to make my first blog post of the spring to be about how to build your spring wardrobe and what items to start with! There are many pieces that I continue to wear each spring and summer until they need to be thrown away, but also some items I like to purchase at the beginning of the season. Adding a new top or shoes to a dress you already own is a great way to make the outfit feel new again!
I often make purchases I didn’t intend on and I am the QUEEN of impulse buys, I really do try (emphasis on TRY) to budget my spending money wisely. With that being said, I have created a fool proof (that’s a lie) 3 step process to help me make better spending choices when I go shopping…
I recently stopped by Old Navy to see what all they had for spring, and they did not disappoint. To give you an idea of how some of my favorites look off the hangers, I thought it would be fun to share some fun pieces in a dressing room try on sash!
Tulle skirts are not just for ballerinas and 80’s raves. Read below for how I like to style my tulle skirt on different occasions!
To me, 90’s fashion can be grouped into two categories that inevitably blended together throughout the decade. With pops of loud colors and grungy plaid exploding in efforts to dress like our favorite rock-star icons,
I am SO excited about sequins being a big trend this season. I purchased this sequin blazer from Zara (surprise, surprise!) last year bc hello, love at first site! I am sharing a few ways to wear sequins other than on formal occasions or holiday events!
As you know, I love the cold weather seasons because of all the fun layering options you get to bundle up in! Today I am sharing 6 coats that you should have in your closet to build out your wardrobe.
Two pieces that every girl should have in their wardrobe is a nice leather (or faux leather) jacket and over the knee boots. Read below for why these two items are closet staples!