blazer: Zara love this one // jeans: Rag & Bone // shades: Marc by Marc Jacobs // shoes: Zara similar // bag: 3.1 Phillip Lim
If you haven’t noticed, black is my favorite color to wear. It’s classic, effortless and chic. I enjoy seeing color, just not wearing it. I picked up this frayed blazer a few weeks ago to add to my collection of black jackets and blazers…becasue they all look completely different. Seriously, they do! I feel like this will be a fall favorite and I can’t wait to layer it over some heavier knitwear.
leather jacket: ASOS similar // shirt: Vince // jeans: Old Navy // shades: Céline // boots: Zara
It’s October, I guess that means it’s time to pack away the summer sandals and switch to boots and close-toed shoes
for six long months. I do love a classic boot, jeans and comfy sweater or tee. A simple, yet polished look for the weekend or even the office. What boots do you have your eye on this fall?
shirt: Banana Republic similar // overalls: Zara similar // bag: 3.1 Phillip Lim // shades: Prada // loafers: Gucci
Overalls, a crisp button down and loafers are the perfect combination of comfort and easy styling. It’s beginning to feel and look like fall in Chicago, so it’s time to start making that switch to longer sleeves, layers and boots. What are some of your go-to pieces when transitioning into the cooler fall weather?
1: desk lamp //2: candle holder // 3: faux fur throw // 4: faux sherpa pelt // 5: leather accent stand // 6: throw pillows // 7: wood tray
If you’re thinking about updating your interior space for fall, here are few home decor items from Target. Their home section never disappoints and seems to just keep getting better! Here are a few accessories that I have my eye on to update our home office.
top: A.P.C. // jeans: Old Navy // slides: Zara love this pair! // bag: 3.1 Phillip Lim // shades: Céline
Stripes and denim are a classic combo. I love the button detail on the shoulder, it’s a little pop of asymmetry and extra interest. This shirt is the perfect weight and softness for cooler temps, too! Slides and mules are still big thing and I love them, as I mentioned here. So, I had to add these fluffy shoes into my fall wardrobe!
A few items to make that transition away from summer and into fall less painful!
top: Zara // Chanel // Gucci
bottom: Diptyque // A.P.C. // Armani Exchange
shirt: Zara similar // jeans: Old Navy // shades: Prada // lip: NARS // clutch: 3.1 Phillip Lim similar // loafers: Gaetano Oliva similar
I love the look of an oversized boxy button down and jeans. It’s comfortable, yet still looks polished with the right accessories. I picked up these nude loafers in Rome last month and seem to be wearing them on repeat these past few days. Happy Wednesday!
jacket: Vince // pants: Armani Exchange // bag: Barneys New York // scarf: Banana Republic similar // shades: Prada // loafers: Gucci
While I love summer and it’s my favorite time of year, I do look forward to wearing layers as the weather cools down. I picked up this cropped jacket over the weekend and can’t wait to add it into my fall routine. I love the clean line and subtle texture it has; it’s easily dressed up or down with jeans and heels or loafers. What are some of you favorite go-to pieces in-between seasons?
blazer: Zara similar // shades: Prada // shorts: Zara similar // slides: Old Navy // bag: 3.1 Phillip Lim
A pair of distressed shorts and simple tee are perfect for summer. To keep it polished, edit your casual look with a pair of slides, blazer, and simple clutch or backpack. I love minimalism and clean lines, so I went with neutrals and elevated basics.
scarf: Banana Republic similar // top: Old Navy similar // pants: Uniqlo // bag: Barneys New York // sandals: handmade in Capri similar
I’m back from a wonderful vacation to Croatia, Bosnia and Italy – view the highlights on @taffetaandcedar. Days before I left for Italy, I picked up these wide-leg pants at Uniqlo…and I love them! They are perfect for travel and can be dressed up or down. I wore them to dinner a couple of times and for our train ride from Rome to Venice, which is about 3.5 hours. What are some of your go-to pieces for travel?