Here are a few looks you can recreate for Thanksgiving, but also casual enough for everyday wear to work, school or church!
Fall florals offer an edgy twist on classic summer florals. It’s super popular and everywhere already, so don’t worry – good investment and here’s two different ways to rock yours!!!
Making a lasting impression with staple pieces that make you seem like you have expensive habits…..hmmmm
Mixing prints, patterns and textures this fall plus a few good reads….
This year, I took a lot of fashion inspiration from Tracee Ellis Ross. Actually, she is one of my Style idols. Actually, she’s my big sister in my head. We have very similar styles; bold choices, color and mixing and matching,
Autumn will be transitioning into winter in less than one month! I can’t believe it. Not to mention the acceleration of time and 2017 is 90% over! There’s the occasional 70 degree day in Savannah, but i’m sure it’ll be cooling off a lot as the holidays approach.
Transitioning to winter from fall is probably the easiest transitions for fashion. The colors are similar, comfortability and warmth. Berries and earth tones are great for winter. This year, oversized, heavy knits and dots are very trendy.
Tis the season! Holiday looks are officially here and i’m so excited because red is my favorite color. I actually start holiday decorating a week before Thanksgiving and that includes blasting all the holiday tunes. This holiday, I really want to focus on the traditional colors, red, green, white, but adding textures, prints and sparkles.
Mixing consignment, thrifted and retail for this super chic, slightly modish Autumn look.
Victorian and Gothic style can turn cartoonish, very quick. If you aren’t willing to step out in full Vistorian, but love the era and influence: extreme lace detailing, feminine cuts, silks/sheer blouses, or leather boots, check out this modern look I put together.