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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Mr. Grey Will See You Now

Ever been concerned about the pieces of your outfits matching? Perhaps you're worried about that black top going with your brown skinny jeans; or the bright blue polo in your closet going with the yellow patterned trousers you just ordered from Asos.
I have a solution to all your concerns... MONOCHROMATIC. Try wearing one hue from head to toe and you'll find that you've easily upgraded whatever you're wearing to the next level of chic. It's a simple, clean approach to putting an outfit together, and one that many fashion icons take advantage of. Example, and example.

Say Hi to my baby doll, London. He's an up and coming high-fashion model getting his name out there in the fashion world. In this photo, he is teaching the children about smizing. Today's look features my color block sweater from Zara and trousers and Sunglasses from H&M. My shoes are about 2 years old from Calvin Klein, and of course my socks are Happy Socks.

I started listening to Destiny's Child in 2nd Grade which was around 15 years ago ~ gasp. Here's to a decade and a half of Queen Bey on the throne.



Sunday, October 11, 2015

No Pumpkins Left Behind

Thanks for stopping by the blog today! I'm serving Fall Apple Orchard realness and I've got all the in-cider information in this collision of busy and basic. Have you ever encountered a piece of clothing you just had to buy, even when it was not part of the plan? This Topman overcoat in Camel was just that for me - I tried it on and could not get myself to take it off. I think this is a clear example of how just one piece can make or break an entire closet. I challenge you, yes you blog reader, to try something new when next you're on the market for a new item. It could be a different fit, color, or material. You don't know until you try and if that means squashing everything you know about North Face then so be it! #NoShade

My Sunglasses are from Nordstrom, T-Shirt is H&M, Jeans and Belt are Levi's, Socks as usual are from Happy Socks, and Shoes by Cole Haan. 

Thanks to my outstanding photographer Karen Tang. 

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