Kyle and her husband Brian are hosting their 4th annual Kentucky Derby party on Saturday and they are so excited! In honor of the impending party, we are sharing a Derby-Day inspired ensemble. You can’t attend a Derby party without a fascinator! It’s the quintessential piece to any woman’s outfit (bow ties for the men)! We opted to stick to a classic color combo: blue, yellow and nude! It’s fresh and pretty! Perfectly polished for any mint julep drinking, horse-betting, boogie dancing extravaganza! Wherever you celebrate this fun holiday, we hope its a blast! xo
It’s January. It’s cold. And getting out of bed to get dressed in the morning isn’t exactly exciting. Staying under the covers sounds a letter better, right? So let’s make it easy! Tights! Check. Black boots! Check. A solid colored dress? Check! Easy – peasy right? Then adding accessories is a piece of cake. We started with a solid teal green foundation and decided to use a delicious pink raspberry color to compliment! We LOVE the idea of these pretty gardenia inspired hues together! XO
Halloween is over and we are already on to the next holiday – Thanksgiving! This time of year brings out the best and the worst. Lots of unhealthy (albeit delicious) food and wonderful time spent with friends and family! Whether you are hosting this holiday season or attending a party or feast, it’s time to look your best. We are kicking off a month of holiday looks with an outfit that is both casual and dressy. You could easily wear this dress with a pair of boots and tights, but why not break out the sparkles? The holiday time is once a year – live a little! XO
We hope you enjoyed a beautiful Christmas day! On to the next holiday? It’s time to start thinking about what you’re going to wear for new years? Next week we will share what to wear to a more casual event, but we decided to kick off the week leading up to new years with a fun number! Glitters, gold – the sky is the limit! Whether you’re headed to a wedding, cocktail party or formal function, this outfit inspiration will keep you on the dance floor until we say “Happy New Year!”
You hear us talk about jewel tones often, but highlighting one specific jewel tone at a time may be to your benefit. A color palette can be extremely subjective and, at times, hard to create. There are hundreds of shades of blue, so today we are highlighting this beautiful color: cobalt! It resembles sapphire and is extremely saturated. And just like most things: there is a right and wrong way to do cobalt. Rock this pretty blue by wearing a slouchy sweater, snood scarf, aviator sunglasses or even a swing skirt! Do not try to wear cobalt in a leather jacket, pair of tights or severe eye shadow. What are you waiting for? Go grab some cobalt!
There is something to be said about a red and black color combination. It’s sexy and chic and just oh-so-perfect for a Friday date night. out on the town! Today we have put together some inspiration for you to get out of the house after a long week of work! Wear your best ‘little black dress,’ pop on some glam red lip stick and rock your favorite dancing shoes. It’s Friday!
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Just like leather, there is a right and wrong way to do metallic. Gold and silver metallic make for wonderful neutrals. They can jazz up an outfit or simply complete it. Depending on the time of year, we tend to shy away from metallic shirts and pants (holidays are okay), and opt instead for metallic accessories. An accessory could include a shiny scarf, pretty nail polish, embellished flat, zippy purse or evening clutch. Because dark colors and jewel tones set the tone for fall it’s really fun to play up your metallic game. Keep them in motion! We promise – you won’t regret it!