Hey y’all! I’ve just moved to Nashville and the weather here is much nicer than it is in New York.
As a move-in present, my boyfriend bought me this super cute hoodie. It’s made with a lightweight cotton material and is perfect for layering on chilly spring nights. The design features a graphic fox print with paddles on the back.
The people here are very serious about their blue jeans and boots but sticking true to my northeast background, I’ve kept it city-chic with black platform boots and lightly distressed skinny jeans.
Hoodie: Price&Fox Hoodie, Aeropostale
Jeans: Distressed Blue Jeans, Zara
Boots: Black Platform Boots, Steve Madden
This outfit is inspired by a mix of leftover holiday cheer and the anticipation of Valentine’s Day. For the first time in years, I’m in a solid relationship and am actually looking forward to spending time with the one I love. The star of this look is a periwinkle crushed velvet mini dress. The sweetheart-esque neckline with ruched detailing and short sleeves bring out a romantic feeling appropriate for date night out.
I’ve paired the dress with velvet stilettos for the utmost height and fun rectangular earrings to contrast.
Do you have any go-to date night outfits?
Dress: UO Maeve Crushed Velvet Ruched Dress, Urban Outfitters
Heels: Black Velvet Stilettos, Steve Madden
Earrings: Silver Rectangular Earrings, Canal Street Market
Hi friends! Keeping with the athleisure trend, I’ve style a workout outfit for this week. It showcases a cropped long-sleeve top with mesh leggings and supportive sneakers.
What do you normally exercise in?
Top: Cropped Sweatshirt, H&M
Leggings: Mesh Leggings, Forever21
Sneakers: Black Sneakers, Asics
As opposed to the ultra-feminine previous look, this next outfit definitely fits more in the athleisure category.
I just loved the color-blocked conservative front in contrast to the dramatically exposed back. Doc Martens and an all-black chain choker toughen up the look for a chill neighborhood rooftop hang.
Alternatively, the top would work really well as a beach coverup for a flirty and colorful bikini.
Cheers! Happy July!
Top: Unknown Backless Long Sleeve Top, Top Shop
Boots: Grey Ankle Boots , Doc Martens
Earrings: 3D Triangle Wire Earrings, Cyclical Industry
Choker: Black Chain Choker, H&M
Apologies for the lack of updates, but I’ve just moved out of my parents’ house in Queens into my own apartment in Brooklyn and have been spending a lot of time adjusting my schedule.
The weather here in NY has been extremely turbulent; weekdays are sunny and warm, while weekends have remained rainy and frigid. This outfit was inspired by the contrast and balances a stormy, weather-proof, windbreaker on top of an iridescent and airy summer dress.
Jacket: Water Resistant Jacket, Zara
Dress: Backless Opalescent Cocktail Dress, Alice and Olivia
Tights: Black Thigh-High Tights, H&M
Boots: Black Platform Boots, Aldo
My new shoes came!
I tend to avoid prints, but while browsing, I simply couldn’t resist the big, bright florals featured on this shoe.
I kept the rest of the outfit simple with an all-black concept and topped the entire look off with a sporty windbreaker.
Sweater: Fine-Knit Turtleneck Sweater, H&M
Shorts: Lace Shorts, Forever 21
Shoes: Courtvantage Mid Shoes, Adidas
Windbreaker: Huskies Windbreaker, Northeastern University
WOW! It’s already December!
For this outfit, I drew some utilitarian inspiration from my senior girl scout uniform and paired cropped navy slacks with a cozy yet structured beige sweater. My rugged Doc Martens add an industrial practicality as I roamed around the old stomping grounds of my elementary school.
Sweater: Brooklyn V-Neck Pullover, Gap
Pants: Slim Cropped Pants, Gap
Shoes: Combs, Dr. Martens