One of the easiest means of outfit inspiration is traveling. I’ve always thought that, and my recent trip to Newport proves no differently. A very special place to my heart, I make the trip to Newport annually and love every minute from start to finish. The seaside town is home to neon sail boats, incredible mansions with jaw-dropping facades available for touring, and melt-in-your-mouth lobster rolls among other mind-blowing seafood. I’m taken with this nautical town’s historic sites, memorable restaurants, and scene views alike. There’s no shortage of inspiration. And I love the opportunity to put my vibrant statement twist into traditional beach town ensembles.
How wonderful it is to be home for a while after weeks of traveling. Just like my home is cozy, comfortable, and familiar, those feelings were the inspiration for this week’s look. While I’m all about trying new things, it’s called signature style for a reason. My ’70s-inspired boho look is unmistakably my own with wide leg jeans, an embroidered balloon sleeve blouse, and a unique handbag that I brought back from my last trip to Mexico.
The Oscars is considered by many as the most highly coveted Hollywood awards night in the American film industry. But before the awards ceremony even begins, the magic of the night starts on the red carpet! Ladies arrive in their flawless makeup, and of course, the fabulous dresses that most women could only dream of wearing. It’s almost as if it has become a yearly tradition for fashion designers to showcase their beautiful work through the celebrities wearing them.
Today, let’s take a look at what the 2018 Oscars can teach ladies about fashion. Continue Reading
Since the clock has struck midnight on March 20th, fashion lovers everywhere have been rejoicing! Out with winter, in with spring! If you’re lucky and happen to live in a warmer part of the world, you’ve been enjoying your bright, lightweight clothes for some time now, but those of us living in the colder climes are happy to be “springing ahead.’ Continue Reading