Category Archives: outfits

A Silver Resolution

Silver Every year around this time I give my wardrobe a good purge. There’s something about a fresh start that begs for a clean and organized closet… and of course some new pieces. What I realized in the process was that I own a ton of gray.  Sweaters, denim, tees and dresses in the most neutral shade there could be. Since this is the month of resolutions I decided to make one last vow: wear more silver. I’ve always gravitated towards yellow gold, neglecting my muted metals, but one combo that undoubtedly belongs together is gray and silver. I went on a little hunt and found these shiny slip-ons over at LOFT that instigated a few other necessary buys. All of which have become some of the most versatile pieces I now own. However I did add yet another gray piece to my ever growing collection, guilty.

LOFT sweater, sweatshirt top, jeans and slip-on sneakers, Celine sunglasses, vintage necklace and cuff. Continue reading

Another One

IROThere are some designers I know I could buy something with my eyes closed, go home and love whatever it is I blindly handed over my credit card for. IRO has always been a slam dunk brand for me. Season after season I end up splurging on pieces that remain favorites well into the following year. This jacket is just another one that I know I’ll wear over and over again this year whether its with a plain old tee or over a fancier get up.

IRO Demya jacket (available at Diani), The Lady & the Sailor tee, Helmut Lang pants, Celine sunglasses (similar) and bag (similar), Jennifer Fisher charm necklace, Kendall Conrad bracelet, Brandy Pham cylinder bracelet, Zoe Chicco ring, Tibi Piper boots.

Other IRO pieces I have my eye on…

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Oreo

OreoThere are a handful of things that can really float my boat on any given day. At the tippy top of that list is most definitely sugar. I’m notoriously known for instigating a dessert order and requiring something sweet after almost every meal. It’s just something I’ve never controlled or needed to control… until recently. Continue reading