In the recent months I started following Blair from @Blaireaidieebee and I have to say, as crazy as her style is, I cant help but notice how her monochrome looks are always done to perfection! Here are some below: She really IS THE QUEEN of monochrome looks, isn’t she? I was totally inspired by her outfits and wanted to try it out myself and of course I had enough pink in my closet to do exactly that! Here is how I started putting my outfit together; first I grabbed the
Winter is always the hardest for putting outfits together. I know its hard to create looks together when its dark and gloomy, so I’m giving you some tips on creating a classic capsule wardrobe that is style proof…
This season, I am really into the darker colours like hunter green, burgundy mixed in with brights like orange, pink and yellow! When I saw these leather green pants, I knew they had to be mine.
When the 70’s inspired bell sleeves became the new trend two years ago, I thought they were cute but so inconvenient haha. Especially as a teacher, they got in the way and being a petite girl, the sleeves would always be too big for me. But when puff shoulder sleeves hit the runways and everyday fashion, I couldn’t be more excited!
After mules, espadrilles are my most loved shoes for spring and summer! I love how they come in a variety of styles (tie up ones, flat ones, wedges, and slip ons).
In the last couple of years, mules have become a hot spring trend, starting from the 70’s vibes from two years ago to the to the 90’s (which is the trend for this spring).
Since last year I became obsessed with patterned dress pants, especially floral ones! I love that the floral details give it a spring feeling and they can be the statement to your outfit.
I want to give a big salute to all my single girls out there; the ones who go to the gym, read a book, do DIYs, or have their side hustles and OWN being single! I’m not going to lie of course being single has its downs too, especially as you get older and see all the engagement photos on social media.
This heart patch sweater has been on my mind for almost a year now, so you can imagine my excitement when ChicWish reached out to me for a collaboration
Last year I wrote a blog post about how to style pinafore dresses different ways (It’s linked here). I wanted to do an *updated* look for this year! Sometimes I feel like a little girl wearing this dress, but I decided to challenge myself and give it a city chic vibe. If I could re-do some of the looks I would bring in more colour with the dress rather than the continuous black on black. With that said, I do like matching it with a turtleneck; blouse and a tee.