While perusing Elle.com, I came across a photo of a classic early summer look. The combination of an oxford shirt, ripped white denim, and animal print sandals is the perfect example of easy modern style.
Here's how it's done:
1. Van Heusen boy's oxford, JC Penney 2. Siwy ripped jeans, Shopbop 3. OPI nail polish in Coral Line Conga, Sephora 4. Prari "Renee" sandals, Zappos.com 5. Leather bag, Lush 6. Michael Michael Kors belt, Bluefly
May 20, 2009
May 15, 2009
I have always been a fan of one-pieces. Maybe it's a sign of immaturity, maybe I watched too many Three's Company reruns as a child, but jumpsuits and rompers have always figured prominently into my wardrobe.
Apparently, I'm not the only one inspired by Chrissy Snow and the cast of Roller Boogie--stores are currently overflowing with one-piece shorties and hipsters everywhere are touting them as the must-have item for summer. Being the generous person that I
I'm not really a math person. As a left-brained creative type, reading, spelling, and language have always been my favorite subjects. However, due to my anal-retentive control freak tendencies and a maniacal need for organization, I do appreciate formulas--as long as they don't involve numbers.
This translates to my wardrobe accordingly: I like coming up with easy-to-understand combinations--recipes, if you will--for putting clothes together. For instance, trousers + fitted tee + blazer, or this pencil skirt
I have a thing for vintage. I know I'm not alone in this. Search the blogosphere--heck, search the entire world wide web--and you're greeted by a plethora of blogs, shopping sites, articles, and message boards all dedicated to the love of vintage clothing.
Lately I've been suffering through some pretty serious withdrawal as I haven't been able to spend time browsing the cluttered aisles of my favorite thrift and vintage haunts (Goodwill, I miss you! Call