Need help incorporating one of fall's biggest fashion trends into your wardrobe? Check out the different ways both men and women can style leopard print in a tasteful and classy way.
After raiding the TopShop in the Nordstrom Downtown Portland, I've chosen my three favorite transition-to-fall pieces. See my top picks, how to style them and where to get these pieces online.
While in NYC on work travel, I attended a networking #Pinknic with fellow Boss Babes & Bloggers. See what I threw together (last minute!) to fit the theme of the event, plus gorgeous photos from the eventful afternoon in Central Park.
Whatever you're doing to celebrate Independence Day, let me help you be the best dressed at the BBQ or while you watch the fireworks!
Sporty Spice or Beetlejuice? Check out how I styled these two amazingly affordable transition-to-summer jumpsuits and where you can find your own!
Sometimes it's easier (and cheaper) to just make your own! See my DIY walkthrough of how to create your very own distressed denim jacket with mesh inserts.
My first trip to the Coachella Valley for this illustrious, trendy festival was all I dreamed it would be. Read about my experience and check out my fabulous outfits, which I designed and made myself!
Shopping on Pinterest? Read my review and see how I styled a pair of slouchy military pants from SheSimplyShops.com, which I originally found while scrolling through Pinterest.
Most people wake up & just ‘get dressed.’ I wake up and determine what I want my mood/vibe to be for the day, then go through quite a process of carefully curating an outfit. It’s not just something I do because I have to, it’s something I get a lot of enjoyment out of, something that gets me excited to take on the day. I love working for a company where I can dress up or dress down as much as I desire. Let’s be honest, fashion can be painful and it’s not everyday that I chose to be comfortable over being stylish and chic. But last week I put…
Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the Fandango? Recently someone asked me “how would you describe your personal style?” and I thought hmm… I’m kind of all over the place. Generally I would say I’m trendy, a little edgy, sometimes glamarous and I love color. I like to try to push the boundaries of what’s socially acceptable when it comes to fashion and I’m not afraid to try new things. But it’s hard to say I fall into one fashion classification – in fact I tend to mix different pieces from various styles to create my very own classification (after all, I am part of the slash generation). With that being…