Messy topknots seem so easy and quick, but that isn’t always the case. The messy ones eventually fall down if you have really long hair, or it just doesn’t look messy enough and a little too polished. I set out on a messy-ish topknot mission about a year ago- I wanted it to stay in/up all day, but not be so ballerina-bun perfect. Friends, I finally figured it out and it only takes 2 minutes or less! Keep reading for all of my must-have products and a video tutorial that will help you achieve the perfect “messy-ish” topknot!Read More
Happy Tuesday, friends! I'm so glad you're here because today I want to talk about ways to brighten up your winter wardrobe and mix new spring pieces into your cold weather looks. The jewel tone trend is nothing new, but it pops up every season in different variations. These colors will be in stores this spring as well, making it even easier for you to mix winter staples with your bright springtime purchases!
Winter seems to last forever once Christmas is over and by the time February rolls around, I'm ready for spring clothes. The only problem is that it's still freezing and wearing dresses meant for warmer temps isn't the best idea. That's why the jewel tone palettes I've created below are perfect! You can easily mix pieces from spring/summer with winter ones and just like that you have an outfit that will brighten up any dreary snow day!
In today's post, I went with an emerald green moto jacket and sapphire blue skirt. To pull the look together, I opted for a black lace-up top and black over-the-knee boots. Both the jacket and skirt will be perfect for spring too, allowing me to get more wears out of each piece.
I hope these color palettes will inspire you and help you to reimagine your wardrobe this winter! Have a great day!
My profession normally doesn't require business casual attire however, I love to put together an office-appropriate ensemble for meetings (or interviews)! J.Crew's Minnie pants are just right for such occasions, and this white peplum top from Zara is a great alternative to the classic white shirt. My love affair with peplum tops began long ago and for good reason. Who wouldn't want to make their waist look smaller and be able to hide that big lunch you had? It's a win-win!