This is just a quickie today -
Hope you all get out to soak up some vitamin D.
It’s a beauty of a day!
( Top: Forever21, Skirt: Vintage, Tights: Hue, Shoes: Tahari, Necklace: Macy’s)
Dressing in neutrals doesn’t have to be a drag. Here are some ways I made neutrals work for me. By wearing neutrals in different hues you break up the look so that it doesn’t appear mundane. Try wearing different shades of tan or beige. Mixing crisp fabrics will give your look a polished look and help prevent your outfit from falling flat. If you crave a little color add a punch of color to brighten up your look.
(Jacket: Macys, Pants and Booties: Marshalls, Top and Necklace: Boutique in NY, Tank: H&M, Scarf: Steve Madden)
Don’t forget to enter my givieaway. You could own a sweet pair of shades designed by Cynthia Rowley.
I’m finding a new love for simple style. I typically do not wear black often and now I’m seeing that this is a style no-no. Black instantly pulls together a look gives it polish. If you like to accessorize you can do so without fearing that you will clutter your look with too many accessories. Accessorizing or adding a punch of color helps to personalize your style. I opted to wear a bright red beaded necklace and an off white blazer and leopard print wedges to distinguish my look.
(Blazer: Macy’s, Top: Edie Bauer, Coat and Bottom: H&M, Shoes: Sam Endelman)
So it seems that Boston will be hit with another snow storm. We didn’t receive much snow until recently but the impact of having it snow so much in a short span of time is brutal. Enough is enough!! With that being said, I’m going to go out tonight and enjoy the evening since it’s likely that I’ll be snowed in this weekend.Argghh!!
Have a lovely weekend everyone!