what I wore: dress – thrifted miss dorby (find on ebay), mohair sweater via cheap thrills, bowtie – target, heels – forever21
When I mix patterns, (or prints or fabrics or colors) I try to lean towards whimsical, rather than take my outfit (or myself) too seriously. I love to have fun with my clothes/accessories but when taking a “risk”, I find it’s best to be light-hearted.
what I wore: top – copper key (thrifted), blazer – j ashford (similar on etsy), jeans – vintage levi via grey dog, boots – dolce vita from lola boutique, necklace/earrings – vintage from mae’s, sunnies – asos (similar here)
Usually I don’t have pictures of what I wore on the weekend but I’m trying to get better. I typically feel awkward asking someone to take a photo because it always ends up an ordeal. Last weekend, I forced the issue. I even got a snap of Ro, looking handsome if I do say so myself.
What Ro wore: polo – curly tail, pants/shoes – asos, watch – tissou, sunnies – rayban
what I wore: pants – old navy, sweater – isaac misrahi for target, platforms – bcbg, necklace – vintage
This necklace has been in my mom’s closet for as long as I can remember. I promptly lifted it from her only to discover it was broken! With a little help from my friends at Dark Star Visuals I restrung it and always love wearing it.
what I wore: dress – impressions (seen here), blazer – antonio melani, heels – kelsi dagger, earrings – vintage from grey dog, bracelet – house of harlow (similar)
This is a dress for all seasons. In August, I wore it to my post-wedding brunch. In December, I wore it with black tights. I love shape, the color and of course the bow. Paired with a muted plaid blazer and my new favorite earrings, I thought it proved its versatility.