As January is coming to a close and February is on the horizon, I start to go through my winter wardrobe and put away my red and navy plaids, and dig into my spring/summer pieces and grab a few that are perfect for transitioning from February to March. Especially with blouses I find that quite a few of my spring/summer ones I can style in a way that makes them appropriate to wear even in mid-winter.
As some of you may know, pink is my all-time favorite color. I have curated a list of all the pink pieces I’m loving right now below!
Who says you can’t wear white after Labor Day? Definitely not me. Wearing whites in the winter be it an all-white ensemble or a pair of white jeans or nice blouse can look so le chic. When it hits mid-January I always love to brighten things up in my looks with the use of light colors and white.
Want to be best dressed at your New Years Eve plans? Wearing sparkles will get you somewhere, but not everywhere, as it is something everyone you know will be walking down the streets in. But don’t fret, I’ve curated the best of the best pieces below that’ll take your outfit to the next level.
The winter time can be rough, especially if you live in a place where the weather is constantly changing. But aside from those random 50 degree days, it can get very cold. Since I’m walking much more outside in the cold since I’m in NYC, I’ve come to figure out the accessories I can’t live without in the winter to keep me warm, but still chic. Keep on Reading!
When Pantone announced that the color of 2019 is living coral, I was very excited. I don’t think I have anything in my closet that’s coral, and I think that’s due to the fact that I don’t come across coral pieces very often. Now that Pantone has announced that it’s the color of the year, I’ve seen celebrities, and even the Queen of England wearing the color, which has inspired me to add it to my closet. Keep on Reading!
Is it just me, or was January a reaalllyy long month? Now that February is finally here, and although this month can be the worst for winter, I also like to take this month to focus on myself. Valentine’s Day is approaching and even if you don’t have a special someone, and if you’re away from home like me, you can still spend this time taking care of yourself. Keep on Reading!
Once January rolls around and the holidays are over I always seem to get lethargic and unmotivated. During the first few months of the year the weather is always so random; one day it’s snowing and -5 degrees, the next it’ll be 50 degrees and sunny and all the snow melted. I stay inside more, and get very very bored, especially with my closet. Keep on Reading!
Ever since Blake Lively stepped out in that neon green Versace suit I’ve been inspired to add neon to my winter outfits. The first 3 months of the year can be a drag, especially in New England when the weather can be awful. While the beginning of any year can be gloomy, I’m wearing lots of bright colors and pieces that make me feel confident and happy to lift my mood. Keep on Reading!
Windy days are the worst, especially when your hair is all done! I’ve always dreaded going out on windy days because it never fails to ruin my hair. Not only does wearing a scarf around your head protect your hair from getting messy, it can also cover up a bad hair day! Keep on Reading!