A statement earring can elevate any look from drab to fab. No matter if you’re wearing a t-shirt and jeans or a cocktail dress, a pair of these earrings will pull your look together. Below I’ve linked some of my favorites, and many are on sale!!
| 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 |
P.S. I own numbers 4 and 5 and wear them all the time! Number 4 looks especially great with blue.
| sweater | skirt | booties, similar (2) (3) | bag |
I love mixing textures to make an outfit more interesting. Today, I wore a combination of velvet, suede, fringe and pebbled leather, and I love the way it turned out. See what fun outfits you can create with the pieces in your closet.
photos by: May Montague
The blanket scarf – a perfect accessory for the fall. They come in bright plaids, neutral stripes and every color in between. Whether your fall consists of 80 degree days like mine or frigid 30 degree nights, the blanket scarf is a necessary addition to your wardrobe. Wear it as a shawl to dinner, a scarf to a college football game or as a cocoon walking the streets of a very breezy New York.
My favorite blanket scarf came from Madewell a couple of years back, and it hasn’t let me down since. It made an appearance on the Christmas card, in blog photos and served as a blanket in a frigid office.
Check out my links below!
gray check | brown plaid | charcoal stripe | black and white
afterglow red solid | camel stripe | neutral plaid | blue and orange plaid
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| tee | jeans | scarf | clutch | earrings | shoes |
I would first like to share that I am now an influencer on rewardStyle! I am beyond excited!!! You can shop my images directly from Instagram if you have the rewardStyle app. More info to come :).
I totally support splurging on pieces that will last a decade or so – a staple black dress, the perfect loafer, or a classic coat. One of my splurges has been this Hermes scarf. The colors and pattern are rich and just look luxurious. I let this piece stand out while keeping the rest of my outfit neutral.
You can find Hermes scarves at consignment stores with the tags still on, but you may have to hunt. I’ve tagged some of my favorites: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
For the clutch, call Hazen Jewelry in Dallas to get your own!
Today’s post is about getting looks for less. Most of us can’t afford outfits with these kinds of price tags, so I’ve done a little work for you. I’ve taken outfits from Farfetch and transferred them into everyday affordable looks. Enjoy!
Needless to say, most people can’t afford this look. The blouse is well over $600, not to mention the jeans, leather bag and shoes. I’ve curated a few pieces so that you can recreate this trendy yet classic outfit on your own. You can get this look for around $315 with the pieces I selected.
| blouse | jeans | bag | shoes |
I love the color combo Farfetch has created. The bag alone is $1000, but I’ve created this look for under $400. These pieces are very versatile and can be worn through fall/winter into spring.
| sweater | jeans | necklace | bag | shoes |
I can’t say no to a pop of red. This past weekend I wore a bright red dress to a wedding, and I loved it. This look can be transitioned from work to casual. The Givenchy trousers will set you back $1200.
| turtleneck | bomber | trousers | clutch | boots |
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