I’m not sure if it’s the influence of the Apple Watch, the changing of the seasons, or just too much time on Pinterest, but lately I’ve been craving really classic, almost timeless style. I’m also a little obsessed with bracelets right now, both wearing them and designing them. (Again, blame the Apple Watch, since I’ve been thinking about companion jewelry, and the changing of the seasons, since wearing scarves means less focus on necklaces and more on other jewelry.) This outfit fits the bill on both counts and I love how this white button down is more blousy than structured. (Perfect for someone like me, who doesn’t always look that great in a traditional button down shirt.)
1/ washed silk shirt // 2/ ripped boyfriend jeans // 3/ droplet hoop earrings // 4/ droplet bracelets // 5/ apple watch // 6/ cecile pointed flat
As I was putting this outfit together, it started to remind me of Alexander Calder. The bold shapes in the skirt. The tightly coiled spiral in the clutch. And of course, my jewelry, which is definitely inspired by Calder’s own wire jewelry. This outfit would be perfect for an art opening, a dinner party, or just a regular Thursday where you want to feel a little fancy.
1/ runway top // 2/ midi skirt // 3/ iris necklace // 4/ sequence ring // 5/ lytton clutch // 6/ denim pumps
My quest to style my new boots continues, and the result here is a work look that shows who’s in charge. Of course, if high heeled ankle boots aren’t to your style (or comfort level), you could swap them out for a great pair of black d’orsay flats or even some kitten heels and this would still be a pretty fantastic work look.
1/ wrap blouse // 2/ stitched sunburst skirt // 3/ daphne necklace // 4/ droplet post earrings // 5/ wings foldover clutch // 6/ ankle boots
Ever since I picked up these killer Altuzarra for Target boots, I’ve been trying to think about how to incorporate them into my everyday style. Because I hate the idea of having to wait for a special occasion to wear shoes this amazing.
For me, incorporating them into my everyday style means pairing them with jeans, a tank, and a cardigan, which is pretty much my go-to uniform once the temps start dropping. And I love how mixing in one kind of out there accessory completely elevates what would otherwise be a pretty basic look.
1/ longline cardigan // 2/ trudy slim jeans // 3/ silk front tank // 4/ emmeline necklace // 5/ droplet bracelets // 6/ wings foldover clutch // 7/ altuzarra ankle boots
This is that time of year where every warm day seems like it might be the last. This outfit takes advantage of those final warm days. Simply pop off the blazer the second you leave the office and enjoy those last rays of warm autumn sunshine before they’re gone.
1/ boyfriend blazer // 2/ floral swing top // 3/ cropped trousers // 4/ emmeline necklace // 5/ droplet bracelets // 6/ apple watch // 7/ selma bag // 8/ oyster d’orsay flat
Despite my recent obsession with blazers, the fact remains that my favorite layering piece is without a doubt the cardigan. Especially a drapey, chunky, cozy one like this. Perfect for whatever your fall weekend plans have in store.
1/ oversized cardigan // 2/ slim jeans // 3/ boyfriend tank // 4/ daphne necklace // 5/ droplet bracelets // 6/ reflections foldover clutch // 7/ wedge bootie
Emma Watson has been making headlines lately for her amazing speech at the UN, her poise and wisdom, and for generally being a fantastic role model for women everywhere. So when I came across this outfit, I new I wanted to recreate it.
Despite my love of grey, I opted for more structured navy maxi skirt, which actually gives this outfit a slightly more professional, rather than evening, vibe. Of course, regardless of where you wear this look, you’re sure to look like a put together, sophisticated woman. Just like Hermione. I mean, Emma.
1/ tailored top // 2/ wrap maxi skirt // 3/ droplet post earrings // 4/ eleanor necklace // 5/ bronze sequence ring // 6/ serena clutch // 7/ nina flat
It’s possible to mix two seemingly unrelated prints like this since both patterns pull darks from the same color family. To keep the look from being too matchy-matchy, opt for a contrasting shoe.
1/ floral tunic // 2/ full midi skirt // 3/ amy necklace // 4/ gabrielle earrings // 5/ apple watch // 6/ denim pumps
Whenever I need to refresh and recharge, I head to New York City. My ideal day includes time spent wandering the Met (or another museum if there’s a great exhibition running), then shopping my way between the Flat Iron Building and Union Square before ending up at the amazing bookstore Strand. Whatever your ideal Manhattan day looks like, this outfit would be ideal for traipsing around the city in fall. It’s casual yet dressy and the wedges give the outfit a polished look while still being walkable. (Though you could certainly substitute them for a pair of flats if that’s more your style.)
1/ cocoon coat // 2/ sleeveless blouse // 3/ distressed boyfriend jean // 4/ amy necklace // 5/ mid city coat // 6/ daphne wedge bootie
Patterned pants don’t have to scream casual. Paired with a button down, sweater, and pointed toe flats (my favorite shoe for dressing up any outfit), they can look perfectly polished and professional.
1/ boxy pullover // 2/ cotton poplin tunic // 3/ digital print pants // 4/ daphne necklace // 5/ sequence ring // 6/ apple watch // 7/ grey leather bag // 8/ d’orsay flats