Wearing: Coat: Topshop Bottom: Topshop Top: Zara (old, similar here) Booties: Tory Burch (old, similar here) Accessories: K.Amato necklace, Tom Ford sunglasses
Happy Monday everyone! I had the most amazing time in New York this past weekend. If you don’t know already, I was there for my first Lucky FABB conference (which is also my first official blogger event since starting in May!). I had so many exciting emotions going into this conference and it almost felt like the first day of school when I got off the plane. :)
Overall, I can sum up the conference in one word: inspiring. I learned so much and came away with so much valuable information. Eva Chen (Lucky Magazine’s editor-in-chief) is absolutely adorable and in my opinion, Lucky Magazine is extremely fortunate to have this talented, bright and charismatic new leader. Her vision for the future of the magazine is sharp, refreshing and unprecedented.
The best part of the conference was being able to meet some of my blogger friends in person! I loved being able to connect with other girls that have similar passions and we chatted away like old friends. I really look forward to being more involved in the blogging community because now, more than ever, I’m able to reaffirm my passion for blogging and love of fashion. Thank you, Lucky Magazine, for this incredible experience!
Wearing: Sweater: ASOS (here) Bottom: J Brand Coat: Zara Shoes: Repetto Purse: Celine Accessories: Forever 21 owl earrings, Nordstroms, Etsy and Madewell rings
Just a quick hello and hope your weekend was wonderful! Today’s post features one of my favorite recent purchases on ASOS. Similar to the J.Crew one I wore here, this sweater also has a built-in collar which obviously makes me very happy. :) I’ve been seeing so many adorable animal graphic sweaters online lately, and I just couldn’t help but fall in love with the cute fox patch detail on this one. I was excited to be able to bring out my red coat as well to contrast the beautiful camel color of this oh-so-cozy and soft sweater!
Wearing: Dress: Forever 21 (here) Vest: BB Dakota (here) Shoes: Zara (here) Purse: Celine Accessories: Hermes bracelet, J.Crew (similar here and here), Madewell (LOVE this one), CitizenMod and Etsy rings, random necklace (similar)
Hello from Chi-town and happy Friday everyone! I’ve been in meetings back to back since Wednesday - I’m pretty exhausted, but it’s been a productive and informative trip. This is my first time traveling for work with my Dad. It’s been so interesting and inspirational to see the relationships my Dad has built as well as the respect he has gained over the last 40 years since starting his company. I have so much to learn still, but at least it’s from the best teacher. :)
Just wanted to do a quick post on an outfit that I wore last weekend. (I definitely wouldn’t be wearing this outfit in Chicago considering it’s 43 degrees today!) Oxblood has been on my radar for quite some time now and my collection of pieces in this color has grown quite a bit over the past few years. I think it’s the perfect shade of red, not to bright but rich and bold enough to make a statement.
Hello! How is everyone’s weekend going? This weekend started off on a very exciting and fun note since we had an early birthday celebration for my hubby yesterday. Happy birthday Hubby! Speaking of the hubby, I do have a funny story to share about today’s outfit.
If you follow me on Instagram, you would have seen the sneak peak of my outfit a few days ago. I had mentioned that my hubby called me a manta ray as soon as he saw me in this outfit. I can’t say it’s completely out of left field since the more I look at these pictures, I can see the uncanny resemblance (see here for a picture reference!). I mean, if you HAD to compare me to an animal, I GUESS it would be a manta ray (or some kind of sea creature). :)
However, I do pose one question. Why is it that guys always seem to associate colors and clothing to animals or objects?! It’s like they have some on and off switch in their brain that triggers it when they see an outfit. For a great example, I wore a yellow coat once and he took one look and said “BIG BIRD!”. I mean… Big Bird is cute and all, but let’s just say Big Bird was not my inspiration behind the yellow coat! You can bet I didn’t let him live that one down very easily, and I’m sure he’s super excited to be learning that I’m sharing the story with you all. ;)
Anyways, just a little food for thought about the interesting and intriguing ways guys and girls break down fashion differently (disclaimer: I’m sure not ALL guys do that :)). However, I guess I’m not completely innocent in the sense that when I see someone wearing red and green, I may or may not picture a Christmas tree - but hey, at least it’s because I’m slightly obsessed with the holidays and those colors make me very, very happy!
I hope you are all having a wonderful weekend so far, and for some of you, the weekend continues tomorrow (not jealous at all)!
Wearing: Top: ASOS (here ) Bottom: Purchased at a random boutique in Vancouver (love similar styles here and here) Shoes: Zara (love these here) Bag: Zara Accessories: Ily Couture earrings, David Yurman necklace, Nordstroms bracelet
Wearing: Top: Zara (similar here) Bottom: Zara (only blue online here) Shoes: Tildon via Nordstroms (similar but more pricey here) Bag: Celine Accessories: BuDhaGirl bracelets (c/o), Nordstroms and Amarilo Designs rings, random necklace
Just a quick hello and happy Wednesday! Wearing some bright pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month - pink seems to always brighten up my day and it’s a great mid-week pick me up color! These grey floral skinnies are definitely my new favorite pants. Get ready to see them on repeat in the upcoming months. I’m already thinking of layering oversized and chunky sweaters in darker hues over these fun pants for the holidays. :)