Monday, April 27, 2015
Saturday, December 28, 2013
I love this look from Dwelling and Telling because it's cozy and classy at the same time. The camel cardigan and pearls are perfect.
This look that I randomly came across on Pinterest screams, "I'm too chic-y for my shirt!" Crisp and classic!
This found on Mark D. Sikes look is giving me life! It's like monochromatic, but not! People are often afraid that their shades of whites and blacks don't match. The ivory on white is like a subtle revolution.
I am totally inspired now! How do you guys rock your white in winter?
Sunday, September 29, 2013
This outfit was inspired by my desire to get a little more wear out of my summer wardrobe. I did get a little chilly as the sun went down, but the bonfire kept me warm. My friend took this picture thinking that she would catch me off guard. It turned out kind of cute! Hahaha!
Deets: Cardigan- Gap(old), Shirt - The Limited via Marshalls, Shorts- Cynthia Rowley via Marshalls, Necklace- Charming Charlie
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Firstly, this navy and white striped dress is from Forever 21. It was only $24.99 and I have definitely gotten my money's worth! So here's the rundown:
1. Necklace - Forever 21, Shoes - Jack Rogers (My summer standby)
2.Scarf -Marshalls, Shoes- J Simps, Belt - Target
3.Blazer - J Crew, Scarf - "Borrowed" from my grandma, Boots - Steve Madden (super old)
4. Blazer - Vince Camuto, Belt- Target, Shoes- J Simps
5. My favorite! Whistle Necklace - J Crew, Denim shirt - Old Navy, Gold Sperrys- Nordstrom
Sunday, September 1, 2013
I found this dress at Marshall's for the low low! $24.99 in the juniors department! I was hesitant to show my tummy, but the cut was very flattering!
Other deets- Earrings and shoes are from fabrik in Carytown
Hair- Wash and go in the back using Shea Moisture products and flat twist out in the front where it won't freaking curl!
Monday, July 29, 2013
Buddy's karaoke night: Super fun, mixed age and race crowd, you could tell that most of the patrons were "regulars"
Sullivan's and Baja Bean: Very chill at Sully's, most of the people there were from the SCOR teams; The porch at Baja was pretty full, mostly younger crowd
Capital Ale Downtown, Tobacco Company: A bit slow at Cap Ale; Tobacco was fun though it was an older (Like 40+) crowd, the bartender was hilarious!
Sullivan's: Sully's is pretty much always packed on Thursdays, the music was good, crowd was great and the bartenders were awesome
VMFA Happy Hour, Bar Louie,Toast, Metro, Buddy's: This was my first time at the VMFA Happy Hour and Holy Cheap Stella! I loved it! Bar Louie is so big that the crowd looked sparse. We only stayed at Bar Louie for about 30 minutes. We walked in and out of Toast because it was pretty dead at 11pm. Metro, on the other hand, was TOO packed and we felt old. We headed to Buddy's and chilled there for the rest of the night. I love how random the crowd at Buddy's can be.
Balliceax: It was Body Talk night and the DJ's were bumpin' old school R&B and funk. I had a great time dancing!