it’s here: bootie weather

bootie weather is finally upon us! well for me at least, because i tend to not wear booties until it’s cold enough for long sweaters. this season i’m all about stocking up on a neutral pair of booties with a shorter heel. it’s a little more casual, more comfortable and it will match more outfits than, say, a 5 inch heel will.

are you ready for booties, cold weather and hot cider?!

bootie weather
aldo, $140 | jcrew, $278 | target, $35 | gap, $90 | sole society, $90




how to wear: jogging pants

one look that has really been growing on me lately is jogging pants. you wouldn’t think they could be chic, but they definitely can. the formula is relatively simple and consistent. jogging pants + sexy pumps + moto jacket. all around, the look is clean, bare; that seems to be the magic behind the chicness of the look.


here are some of my favorite jogging pant looks…don’t they make you want to rock a pair?! (or five….)







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resurrecting 1969

sometimes a blast from the past can provide just the right amount of inspiration before you get dressed in the morning. take a few cues from the summer of 1969 in nyc.


get dressed for dinner with friends – try a bold floral with pearls


loving the fitted shirt tucked into the perfect flair jeans – add your own personal touch on a classic look with a scarf that is “you”


so glam. simple shift and cardigan with a belt. still relevant today!


last but not least – a lightly patterned shirt with a solid skirt and nice sandals never goes out of style. nor does oversized sunnies, belts, winged bags and reading the paper.




all images via buzzfeed here

channeling jackie kennedy

i have some style icons that never fade for me – like marilyn, audrey and jackie kennedy. each of them a little different, a little similar; each women that i would like to take cues from stylistically and personally.

there is an iconic photo that i’ve always had stuck in my head of jackie kennedy wearing a yellow dress. it’s retro and perfect and elegant in every way. then i found this frock at ann taylor loft and knew i had finally found the dress that would let me channel mrs. kennedy.


get the look!