Another day, another way to style these over the knee boots! This is second installment of my “One Piece Two Ways” series featuring these Marc Fisher boots. If you missed yesterday’s casual outfit with them, click here. Yesterday’s post was all about keeping things simple and classic. But this look is about stepping outside of the
Hi everyone! This month’s “One Piece Two Ways” series is all about how to style over the knee boots. I’m taking these gorgeous gray suede boots by Marc Fisher and styling them one way today, then one way tomorrow!
Over the holidays when I was at the mall, I spotted a very well dressed woman in a poncho. I know what you’re thinking! A poncho? Isn’t a poncho one of those weird blanket things without arms that just kind of hangs on you? Yes. It sounds sonot fashionable, but the way this lady wore it
Happy middle of January everyone! Gosh, is 2019 already flying? It seems like the holidays were such a long time ago. I’m settling back into everything, which means back into more regular programming like casual style and denim. (AKA this plaid shirt and jeans outfit.) I never shoot looks that don’t feel 100% me, but I
I have wanted a pair of overalls for the longest time. Awhile back, I got to borrow a pair to shoot and they were so stinking cute. But I just never pulled the trigger until now. Alas, I think I may have found the perfect pair of black overalls from Madewell. After seeing them on
It used to be that you weren’t supposed to wear white after Labor Day. I get it: white is usually light and airy and reminiscent of summer. So I can see why in general it’s associated with warm weather. But winter white can be just as fun to wear, too. You just have to know
I love the shearling boot trend this winter. Living in LA, I don’t really have a reason to wear a pair of cuddly boots with the fur. I’m fresh back from a trip to NYC, so I was finally able to indulge in the trend thanks to chilly, legitimate winter weather. So many people like
Happy first fashion finds of 2019! At the end of December I asked on Instagram Stories if I should keep the post as is – fashions finds under $200 – or lower the pricing. 70% of people who answered said to update this series to share finds under $100, so I am trying something new