I'm launching a new feature today, Fashion Transition, which was a suggestion that many of you had when filling out my reader survey (I'll be revealing more results of the survey later this week).
Once a week, I'll take an item and style it two ways. For from summer to fall, from a day of running errands to date night, or any other versatile switch I can think of. It's a cheap and easy way to get more out of your wardrobe. And to kick it off, I'll be styling this bold patterned shift dress two ways: from brunch to dinner.
It's Halloween! If you haven't gotten your costume together, you're not SOL yet - here is a super quick, easy, and fun costume that you can probably put together out of your own closet, or with a quick trip to the mall.
Rosie looks effortlessly chic as usual in her bouclé jacket and boyfriend jeans. Those of you looking for stylish office wear can easily swap the jeans out for a pencil skirt or a pair of tailored pants.
Since tomorrow is Halloween, I figured I'd better do at least one Inspired By post on a horror film. But don't worry, there'll be no blood or fangs involved. Instead, I've chosen some pieces inspired by the Overlook Hotel, the creepy hotel in The Shining.
The Overlook hotel combines a majestic lodge feel with southwestern prints and the bold graphics of a 70's carpet and a hedge maze.
So here are some affordable pieces inspired by the Overlook. Come play with us. Come play with us.
I think that Victoria should dress casually more often. She always looks impeccable no matter what, but she looks less fussy and more approachable here (while still looking polished as hell), don't you think?
Get a similar marled sweater and wide-leg jeans here for a steal!
There's no question that oxblood is the color of the season, but I think that emerald green comes in a close second. It looks amazing paired with oxblood, as well as black, grey, tan, and winter white. Here are some of my favorite affordable emerald pieces.
There are only a few days left till Halloween, so for the next three days, I'll be posting some easy last-minute costumes. Today's is a request from a reader who wanted me to put together a Newsie costume. So, here you go!