| shirt | jacket others: 1, 2, 3 | pants others: 1 | sneakers others: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 | bag |
| sunglasses |
Like I’ve said before, this light blue leather jacket has quickly become one of my favorite pieces! Not only is it the perfect weight for Dallas fall weather, the color surprisingly goes with everything, and I usually just treat it as a neutral. I love the contrast here against the burnt orange cords and the coordinating cool tones when styled with this dress and this skirt.
Trying styling unexpected colors and textures this week, and see what works! You might be surprised!
| blouse | cords | loafers | jacket |
I styled these cords another way for y’all! I look like a Halloween tablecloth, but I’m in a festive mood. Christmas music is already playing in my car, and I can’t wait to decorate a Christmas tree.
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| romper (other) (other) | leather jacket | shoes |
This romper is one of my favorite purchases of the last year! Get to shopping, gals.
This week I’m in Key Largo, so the leather jacket isn’t needed. I’m going to pair this with my white tuxedo vest and heels.
photos by: Eileen Barrett
| Jacket (other) | Blouse (other) | Jeans | Espadrilles (other) |
Since we’ve been in London, we have explored many of the diverse markets, each having its own personality and crowd. This weekend at the Camden Market, Margaret and I decided to purchase handmade “friendship bracelets” – something I haven’t worn in a long time. Margaret, as a lyrical genius, devoted meaning to each charm. My personal favorite, the star charm, represents the Shakespeare quote from Julius Caesar, “The Fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves.”