Category Archives: Fashion
shoes: ll bean | jeans: j.crew | chambray: j.crew | ruffle top: j.crew factory (similar) | blazer: zara (very old)
Oh you know, this is just me remixing an outfit I wore this past fall. Except this time there are way more layers and a baseball hat.
Booties: J. Crew | Pants: H&M (similar) | Jacket: J.Crew (sold out) | Sweater: Brooks Brothers (similar) | Shirt: Ralph Lauren | Turtle Neck: H&M | Hat: Columbia Bookstore
Brr!! I am one of those people who firmly believes that you can only complain about one season. You can’t complain about the cold in winter and then moan and groan about the heat in summer. It’s one or the other. Let me tell you, I complain DAILY about the cold — but you will never, ever catch me moaning about summer. I savor it. No matter how hot it gets, no matter how smelly and rat infested the subways become, I am thankful for every day when it is isn’t cold.
Snow, snow, and more snow. That’s really all I can say. However, Rosegal Vintage sent me this gorgeous floral skirt that’s been keeping my spirits in Spring-mode, despite the freezing temps. Check out their site for adorable, affordable, fashion-forward goods.
Oak Alley Plantation has been on my Bucket List for some time. Growing up in Virginia, I really only saw Virginia plantations, which are stunningly beautiful — but I think I kinda took them for granted. Getting to see Oak Alley in the flesh made we want to rip down the curtains, fashion a dress, and fiddle-dee-dee all up and down the quarter mile walk way. Unfortunately, you weren’t allowed to take the drapes, so I had to keep on what I came wearing. I am sure Scarlett O’Hara would’ve given my ripped jeans a major, raised-brow side eye
p.s. Isn’t my husband the best photographer ever? These photos of the house and grounds are better than the one’s on the website #justsayin’.
Shoes: J. Crew | Jeans: J. Brand | Sweater: J. Crew Factory (get this one) | Jacket: Tommy Hilfiger
It all started when I found out Matt had a business trip in New Orleans. Naturally I invited myself and joined him for the weekend. New Orleans is definitely a great city (though, I have to admit Bourbon Street was not my favorite. It was like Times Square, except worse). The rest of the city was great — and, real talk, I think I could live off of beignets.
You will also get a glimpse of my travel fashion, as these photos were taken the same day we arrived. The weather in NOLA was “horribly cold” according to the locals. I will say that it was pretty chilly (it was in the mid to high 50′s and I wore my coat) — but if what I was experiencing was “horrible coldness”, I think I am living in the wrong city.