Structured Slit

Shoemint Heels

Hey everyone!

It's been some time since I posted...sorry for the hiatus! Work has been crazy. I've spent the past month hunting for a new car and figuring out the new design for my apartment. Needless to say life definitely got in the way. It'll still be a bit hectic the next few months, but here's hoping I can get back into the swing of things.

Here's one of my favorite outfits this year. I've been loving the white on white looks--not sure if it's because I've gotten a tan and it looks better against my skin tone or because it just looks so crisp and clean. This too-long-to-be-a-tunic tunic was structured in the best way to show off a high slit and lots of leg. Probably meant to be worn with pants but hey I liked it more as a dress instead. Fashion's all about what you make of it right?



Skirt Suit

H&M Jacket
Zara Top
Zara Boots

I love matching skirt suits...and am on a hunt still for a cute matching shorts suit...but when I saw this one at H&M (for the most affordable price ever...), how could I say no? I love the subtle tweed in a black and white pattern which makes it so easy to wear together or separately. I paired the set with a simple white blouse from Zara, and one of my favorite bags, my Valentino Rocklock crossbody to provide a pop of red!



Silver Patina

I'm one for dainty jewelry for the most part, but really nice statement jewelry always wins my heart--something about a beautiful statement piece makes it so much easier to pick out what you're wearing. I try to keep things very basic and simple so that my outfit doesn't outshine the jewelry. 

This Silver Patina set from Rachel Marie Designs is made with European settings and Swarovski elements, and is honestly one of the best quality statement pieces I own. I paired both necklaces together for a bolder layering kind of look, but have also been wearing them separately depending on the outfit I pick out. See more of Rachel's beautifully designed pieces on her website here!