Monday Mingle: Spring Denim Trends

Apr
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Check out my favorite jeans! Spring means going lighter and brighter. Since denim is a HUGE part of my wardrobe, I wanted to find spring colors to wear. Why denim? It’s all about comfort and versatility. This is my new fashion find–The Skinny Boyfriends from Miraclebody. Do you know about … Continue reading

Monday Mingle: J.Crew Metallics

Apr
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Two trends I am loving this spring: metallics and the embrace of ugly chic shoes. Let’s talk metallics first…we’ll get to the ugly shoes. I’ve got olive skin and something about the color gold has always attracted me. It’s warm and sophisticated, but now more than ever it can also … Continue reading

Monday Mingle: Travel Wear

Mar
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NYC finally got a taste of what the spring weather feels like this week, and it has left me dreaming of a warm getaway. Although, I purchased this dress in the middle of winter, I knew it would become a staple in my wardrobe this summer. I found this incredible … Continue reading

Monday Mingle: Bright Rio Print

Mar
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To say that the East Coast is growing weary of winter would be the understatement of the century. For most of us, the Polar Vortex maintains a tight grip. But there is a glimpse of hope for things sunny and bright to come on the fashion horizon–the Vera Bradley Rio … Continue reading

Monday Mingle: Fringes and Stripes

Mar
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Some of the top trends this Winter season have most definitely been stripes and fringes. They both are so hot right now, I bet they will get carried over into the Spring season. I thought, why not join the two trends together. By combining both looks, I was able to … Continue reading

Fashion Week Chic: Washable Style

Feb
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Trend alert from New York Fashion Week: Wearable is in! Has there been a BIG shift in fashion? Are designers ready to say buh-bye to fussy fabrics? Yes, and no. Watching the 2015 fall fashions was a great sporting event. There were artistic statements (Thom Brown) and glorious collections (Ralph … Continue reading