This turned out to be one of my favorite looks! Of course, it’s the jumpsuit/onesie! Not only do I love a onesie, but I also really adore one with pockets! This one is so comfy and could come off very masculine depending on how it is styled. I femmed it up with a pair of heels but also kept the look cool and casual with the bandana around my neck and the bandana under the hat. I thought the neck bandana was pretty fab with the chain tassel details. I love a bandana/neck scarf but this one took it up a notch. I’m out for now! God Bless!
Jumpsuit: Shades of Grey by Micah Cohen
Shoes: Jessica Simpson
Neck Bandana: BCF
Stepping out in this velvet coat I picked up when Michelle and I did our charity shopping trip last month. As usual, I picked it up in other colors too (burgundy and chocolate brown). Styled it with these high waist jeans that I cut the bottom hem off to give them that raw hem look. And the open toe booties were a no-brainer. Have you gotten in on the velvet trend yet this season? Thanks for stopping by! God Bless!
Booties: Wild Pair (target.com)
Stepped out in these embroidered jeans to do some running around on a warm Fall day. I take advantage of every chance that I can get to stay in open toe shoes and sleeveless tops. And of course, bare legs for that matter. So today was one of those days. Embroidery, especially on denim, is a big trend right now. Alot of the top designers (including Gucci) have some great embroidered pieces in their lines. Those pieces are out of my price range so when I came across these jeans (and one other pair w/embroidery on the pocket) I had to have them! They’re pretty long, which I love, so I added some height with the platform sandals. Have you been taking advantage of the nice weather we’ve been having in the East? God Bless!
Hat: Nordstrom Rack
Shoes: Miu Miu
The 70s is one of my favorite fashion decades and these overalls gave me that vibe! I love a good corduroy piece and these wide wale cords works for me. I love the color! Is it wine, burgundy, maroon, aubergine or eggplant? Whatever you call it, it is such a rich color but vibrant at the same time! I chose to style it with the sweater because I like how the colors play off each other, especially the mustard yellow. Until the next time, God Bless!
Booties: Tommy Hilfiger (very old)
If you didn’t get in on the OTK boot (Over-The-Knee) trend the last couple of years, this season is still available for you to give it a go! You can find them in different fabrics, colors and heel heights that are sure to work for everyone! They also come in a wider with if you’re worried about them fitting your legs. I’m loving this heel height cause they are super comfy and can be walked in and worn for hours! And if you’re concerned about cost, the price point ranges and will fit into anyone’s budget, from high to low. Well, that’s it for now! God Bless!
Top: Burlington Coat Factory
Jacket: Jessica Simpson
Jeans: old (don’t recall at this time)
Boots: Chinese Laundry
This plaid dress is definitely a take on a school uniform. The top navy and green portion is reminiscent of that. But then the twist in changing up the plaid color non-traditional plaid is what attracted me to this piece! I also love the draping detail that is carried from the front of the garment to the back of the garment. So, in sticking with the school uniform look I decided to run with it. Hence the white shirt with the bow and the booties with the flap just makes me think of a shoe that you’d where with a uniform. So what do you think? Am I ready for school, lol? Thanks for stopping by! God Bless!
Dress: McQ (by Alexander McQueen)
Booties: Tory Burch (very old)
I wore this to the Mary (Mary J Blige) and Maxwell concert. The boots were an homage to Mary who has a crazy boot game! She can always been seen in the sickest pair of boots! And she did not disppoint with her boots that night. And of course, her show is always amazing! Maxwell was great too! Anyway, the dress has a whimsical floral pattern and the hat just goes with the whole vibe. God Bless!
Boots: Rainbow Stores