Archive | October, 2014

Neutral Pop.

15 Oct

IMG_0812Brittany gave me this uber soft infinity scarf for my birthday and I just love it. Now that Fall is finally here, it is the perfect touch to warm up pretty much any outfit. It matches perfectly with two new pieces that I just added to my wardrobe, a grey top and a pair of army green jeans.

IMG_0808(My favorite part of this top is the back buttoned detail)

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IMG_0810My favorite thing to do is dress neutral pieces with a pop of color and this outfit just fell together that way.

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Preppy Grunge.

14 Oct

IMG_0795I am constantly being inspired by pieces that I see put together on Pinterest. One look that I have loved for about a year now is preppy with a bit of grunge. Pairing this tartan print blazer with ripped jeans works great!

IMG_0801(Blazer- Zara, Top- James Perse)

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IMG_0803(Jeans- Gap, Shoes- Vince Camuto)

IMG_0799This look would work in the office (a San Francisco office at least)!

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Fall Crop.

8 Oct

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I’m the last person to rock a crop top but when I found this skirt and top, I just loved them.  They are comfortable and I love love love the print.  It’s also one of the only outfits I don’t feel like a giant when I wear heels because they are concealed by the skirt.

IMG_0762There is also a fun slit down the front.

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It seems weird to be still wearing sleeveless tops but with this Indian Summer here in SF, we will take it!

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Fall Fantastic.

1 Oct

IMG_0814In San Francisco, September and October are the warmest months of the year. It gets warm enough for skirts and dresses during the day but brisk enough at night to pull out thick sweaters. It’s my favorite time for many reasons; the air is crisp, everything smells like pumpkin, and I get to pull out my warm toned clothing.


IMG_0819(Sweater with gold button detail- Tory Burch)

IMG_0815(Burnt Sienna skirt- Anthropologie)

IMG_0821(Wedge Sandals- Vince Camuto)

IMG_0816This navy and deep orange pair is a great combo for the Fall and Winter seasons ahead.

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