Tag Archives: mule shoes

Patch Job

24 Jul


Shirt: Zara (old)

Jumpsuit: Marshall’s (last year)

Shoes: Mandee’s



6 Mar


Who doesn’t love a classic turtleneck? I love turtleneck. And when it boasts some detail, even better! The Amore patch with the winged heart just makes it a little bit more special and fun. What do you think about a turtleneck?

Turtleneck: F21

Jeans: H&M

The Wild Wild West

8 Dec


Found this chic cowboy hat while browsing the mens’ department. It’s a brand that I am quite familiar with because I already own several other types by them. I love this brand because the hats are very well made but are affordable. If I haven’t mentioned it before, I love a men’s hat because they come in sizes large enough to accommodate my hair when it’s in its natural state. Otherwise, I can’t wear them unless I tame my mane and straighten it a little bit. Anywho, wanted to keep everything else simple since the hat is the statement piece. So when you want to go for simple and understated, all black is the answer. Besides my floral, furry footwear choice, which is a statement in and of its self! Thanks for stopping by! God Bless!

Hat: Scala

Jeans: BDG


Proud to Be American

22 Oct

There’s nothing more American then denim! Kept the look real casual by styling this ankle length jean skirt with a muscle tee. The shoes are my new favorites! They can be styled with any and everything and they are super comfy and just any overall easy shoe that I love to slide on and off without a second thought. Do you have a go-to shoe? God Bless!

Tee: Random

Skirt: Sky & Belle (JCP)

Loafers: Online

Slightly Exposed

31 May


I wore this little number to a graduation ceremony. I think I purchased it sometime last year but didn’t have an opportunity to wear it. The cutout trend is one that has been around for the past year and this particular cutout placement is in the ideal place without being too exposed or revealing. It is placed higher as to not expose the belly button area. I also like that the dress’s floral pattern keeps things more girly and playful. The material of the dress also gives it a more casual feel and could easily be styled with a flat sandal for an everyday look. I styled it with this mule-esque sandals that I’ve had for about 5-6+ years now. I believe I’ve only worn them maybe all of 1x. What do you think of the cutout trend? Have you or will you partake? God Bless!

Dress: I Heart Ronson (JCP)

Shoes: Michael Kors