Adding an oversized scarf is the easiest way to make a look come together. It adds texture, color and movement. I picked up this striped foulard in Florence last December and it’s been the prefect addition to so many outfits. Oh, and you can never have too many scarves during the winter. They’re a lifesaver for both inside and outside!
Who doesn’t love a great bag? I choose quality over quantity for the majority of my wardrobe, especially when it comes to an investment bag. I’ve recently come to love Bag Borrow or Steal, an online platform to borrow and share designer bags. It’s such a great way to experience different styles, designers and refresh your accessories. All you have to do is create an account (promotion for new users) and you’re a few clicks away from designer bags shipped to your door! Enjoy!
Here are a few pieces from Dior’s Spring 2016 Makeup Collection, Glowing Gardens. I’m very excited to try new Lip Glow in Lilac and Lip Glow Liner! The Pink has been my go-to for years, looking forward to the new additions!
turtleneck: UNIQLO // pants: COS// bag: Barneys New York // shoes: Danielle // shades: Céline
Switching from my usual fitted skinny pant to a more relaxed silhouette, the cropped wide-leg. It’s chic, yet comfortable and sophisticated. I noticed everyone was wearing variations of the cropped wide-leg in Italy while visiting over the holidays. You know what they say, when in Rome… So, I picked up this wool-blend jersey knit from COS and love the fit!
Winter has really arrived in Chicago, as I write this post it’s a only 9°F/-13°C outside. Hence my inspiration for heavy knitwear and extra-warm accessories. I’m really loving that Mongolian fur scarf! Cold weather always calls for a moody lip, and what better than a deep plum from Chanel.
I hope everyone had a Happy New Year! It’s cold and icy in Chicago, so layers and heavy knitwear are a must. I picked up this high collar sweater in Italy last week and absolutely love it! It’s been on repeat these past few days.
Ciao from Italy! Loving this view from the top of the Duomo – Santa Maria del Fiore. My husband and I climbed to the top of Giotto’s Bell Tower and Brunelleshi’s dome a few day ago when we were in Florence.