Faux Leather Jacket (similar here), Lace Cami (similar here), BDG Denim Black Skinny Jeans, Steve Madden High Ankle Boots
I’ve managed to wear some variation of this outfit almost every weekend for the past several weeks. A silky black cami with lace is one of my all-time favorite layering pieces. For this look, I opted for a tight tuck into high-waisted black skinny jeans. But I also love wearing this versatile top under a under a low v-neck sweater, or with a chunky, longline cardigan, or even poking out from a flannel. Subtle lace goes a long way in any ensemble, whether it be the focal point in an edgier outfit or a peek-a-boo feature in a cozier collection. Continue reading LACED
J.Crew Tweed Jacket (sold out, a few sizes available here), WHBM White Lace Cami, Levi’s 501 Jeans (similar here), Leopard Block Heels (similar here)
The adage goes, “dress for the job you want, not the one you have.” Enter boyfriend jeans and a low bun, which is what I imagine every great fashion editor dons as she barks coffee orders to frazzled interns (I dunno just some very original scenario I dreamt up). But to be honest, boyfriend jeans are sometimes a challenge for me. My primary issue is fit: I regrettably took the word of some kid at the Georgetown Levi’s, who insisted that the cool way to wear 501s is to have them hang very low on your hips. So I did what any self-respecting shopper with crippling anxiety would do: I bought the size he recommended and took them to a tailor the next week. Continue reading YOU HAVE BOYFRIEND (JEANS)?
Appliqué Sweater, Plaid Pants, Blush Velvet Booties, Kate Spade Crossbody (similar here)
Confession: I bought these blush velvet booties in the very same week that I bought my blue pair from Steve Madden. And now I’m torn between ingrained Catholic guilt, and a wannabe Cardi B lifestyle (hit the store, got ’em both, didn’t wanna choose; you feel me). But honest to
gGod, my intention was to pick the more versatile pair and return the other. And then I just…didn’t. Continue reading BUGGING OUT
The only time I’ll acknowledge the usefulness in my learning math is when I’m arranging books. Styling a shelf is a frustrating yet rewarding process for a perfectionist like yours truly. So I’ve listed a few of the guidelines I like to follow in my methodical madness. Continue reading SHELF HELP, BOOKS