How to Thrift a Versatile & Trendy Wardrobe

There’s nothing more satisfying than finding the perfect piece at a thrift store for under $20, when you know it’d cost a hundred or more to buy it new. Not only is thrift shopping a huge budget helper, but ethically it’s the better option for our planet. The fashion industry is one of the least…

High & Low

Goodbye bland solids and boring stretch denim. This fall the fashion world is opting for bright hues and lots of patterns, plus high-waisted trousers (think 80’s) and chunky dad sneakers. I played around with a few of these trends before I chopped my hair, and I can’t wait to try out a few more now…

Master the Summer to Fall Transition

Trying to master the transition into fall is not always easy. These few tricks have helped me become adept at easing my summer style into a fresh take on autumn: Fabric – Just because it’s still relatively warm, doesn’t mean you can’t wear a sweater. Just try pairing it with a skirt or shorts, so…

Mix & Match

This fall there are no rules when it comes to mixing patterns. If you don’t believe me, just listen to the runways. For my less in-your-face take on this trend, I paired a striped tee in one of this falls biggest colors – mustard yellow – with a great pair of vintage trousers I found…

Ethereal Summer

Tis the season for lovely summer weddings, but finding an outfit that makes you feel confident as well as comfortable is a different story. Silk can be your best friend in the summer – it’s light, soft and feminine. But sometimes a structured fabric can hold everything in place and make you feel more secure….

Spring

Spring style with consignment pieces

Buttoned Backwards

I’ve been seeing a lot of people wearing their button ups backwards lately, so I figured I’d try it out. I thought that the typical fitted, cotton button down looked forced though, like it was obvious I was trying to make something work that wasn’t meant to. This button down, however, is a size large…