Sweater Dress: Wet Seal (old), similar style here, Faux Fur Vest: T.J.Maxx, similar at H&M, Necklace: Purchased in Scotland, Bracelets: ALDO, Watch: Michael Kors, Boots: Calvin Klein, similar style at Macy’s, Tights: T.J.Maxx, Handbag: B. Makowsky
Yesterday, I braved the crowds with my husband and family for some last minute Christmas shopping to complete everything on my gift list. It wasn’t as bad as I expected, considering it was the last weekend before the holidays. This outfit was perfect for the occasion. The faux fur vest kept me warm enough for the weather outside, but wasn’t too heavy inside. It was so great not to have to lug a coat around all day!
I’m so excited for a week filled with family, friends, food, and fun! I can’t wait to share all of our family traditions with my husband in the next few days. Can you believe that we’ve been together for almost 5 years and have never spent Christmas together?! Needless to say, this year is extra special. 😉
P.S. So excited to be featured in the top 10 Most Loved StyleUps of 2013! Check it out here!
Sweater: Banana Republic, similar here, Jeans: Wet Seal, similar at Nordstrom, Hat: Purchased in NYC, love the styles at Anthropologie, Boots: Gianni Bini, Tote: Coach, Bracelets: Alex & Ani
A few days ago, my family and I went to our friends’ gorgeous farmhouse in Greeneville known as Blackberry Ridge Farm. I didn’t have much time to get ready, so I went with my go-to outfit in the winter (a chunky sweater, jeans, and boots). The pink hat really topped it off. It gave the look that pop of color and flare that it needed!
It was my first time visiting, and I fell completely in love with every last detail of their home. Beautiful architecture, amazing interior design, and fabulous styling. It was so inspirational! I hope to have a home that inspiring one day.
Blazer: H&M, Blouse: JCPenney, similar style here, Skirt: Wet Seal, Handbag: ALDO, Shoes: BCBGeneration via T.J.Maxx(available in store, or on Amazon), Watch: Michael Kors, Earrings: Niki Designs
I don’t know about you, but when I get a call for a job interview the first thing that comes to mind is “Yes! I have an interview, hope I get the job!”, immediately followed by “OMG, what am I going to wear?!”. Dressing for an interview is risky business. You want to look professional, yet stand out. It is important to leave a lasting impression on the interviewer, and if you choose to wear something a little different than most, they will be sure to remember you. I chose a green blazer, rather than traditional black, to stand out from the rest. It’s up to you to bring your ‘A’ game during the interview, but if you take a few fashion risks, you’re already ahead of the game!