top: Zara // scarf: Dior similar // jeans: Old Navy // shoes: Zara // shades: Celine similar // bag: Barneys New York
Volume and ruffles are trending this spring. While I’ve always loved volume and the interest it brings to a look, I haven’t worn too many frilly ruffles for quite some time. When I saw this oversized frilly sleeve on a
no doubt black top a few weeks ago at Zara, I had to grab it! It’s an easy way to dress up jeans, or pair with black pants and heels for a night out. Also, these mules are super comfortable and also from Zara. You need them for spring and summer!
scarf: Gucci similar // shirt: Zara // shades: Céline //pants: Armani Exchange // bag: Barneys New York // sneakers: Miu Miu
I’m really loving all the oversized sleeves I’m seeing everywhere right now. Volume, texture, and flow are always a fun way to add interest to a look. I picked up this long-sleeved tee at Zara a few weeks ago. It adds just the right amount of fun to a casual look. What are some of your favorite Spring trends?
scarf: Dior similar // shirt: Old Navy // pants: COS // bag: Barneys New York // shades: Céline similar // shoes: Zara
I’ve always loved accessorizing with scarves. They add just the right amount of texture and interest to any look. I tied this silk scarf similar to a necktie and kept my look simple and chic. A fitted tee, wide-leg wool pants, and streamline flats for a polished look.
sweater: IRO // pants: Armani Exchange // bag: 3.1 Phillip Lim similar // shades: Céline // boots: Prada
It’s been a pretty mild fall in Chicago – warmer temps and there are still green leaves on the trees! I’ve been able to layer different knits and I’ve just started wearing boots and sweaters. I love the large knit and texture of this sweater from IRO. It’s just the right amount of warmth, and look at those extra long sleeves! What are some of your favorite knits and sweaters this season?
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?
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!
blazer: Vince similar // jeans: Old Navy // heels: Zara similar // shades: Céline
It’s still chilly in Chicago, so I’m wearing layers and pretending it’s spring. All white always feels fresh and extra chic to me. I added a heel and pink lip to keep my look feeling extra feminine. Black shades and a blazer with clean lines for the win! Let’s get Monday started!
shirt: Zara similar // denim: Acne Studios // shades: Céline // bag: 3.1 Phillip Lim // loafers: Prada
I love the look of an oversized cotton shirt with a pair of skinny jeans. Clean lines and easy styling for the win! Since these jeans are bright blue, I kept it simple with classic accessories and colors. I mean, you can never go wrong with a great pair of loafers and sunnies!
top: COS // denim: Vince // shades: Céline // heels: Zara // bag: 3.1 Phillip Lim
You can never go wrong when pairing black and dark denim together for a look. I love the layered panels and flow of this silk blouse from COS. They are so good at chic pieces with interesting details! A neutral bag and shoes add just the right amount of texture and subtle color. What are some of your go-to color combinations for Spring?
knitwear: Mango // denim: Zara // bag: Barneys New York // shades: Céline // lip: Fiona Stiles Beauty // loafers: Prada
Finally transitioning into warmer weather with light knitwear. Loafers and slip-on sneakers are my go-to shoes for spring. For this look I kept it casual with distressed denim, neutral knitwear and black accessories. To keep it feminine, I chose a driving loafer and a brighter lip for a pop of color. What are some of your favorite transition pieces for spring?