Red & White Stripes

Tuesday, August 8, 2017 0 0

Red and White Striped Zara Shirt Dress

Clare V Alice Circle Bag

Round Straw Handbag

Round Tote bag

Zara Striped Shirt Dress

Zara dress  //  Clare V handbag  //  Target heels  //  ASOS boater hat  //  Kate Spade necklace

 

Surprisingly, I’m not usually attracted to the color red. I have a lot of red in my skin tone, so I usually stay far, far away from the colour, as it brings out the redness in my skin. But, this dress just spoke to me! I ventured out of my comfort zone, and I’m happy I did! I’ve showcased a few other red & white striped dresses below that I’m really loving as well.

 

Take note for all you other shorties…I had this dress hemmed by 4 or 5 inches. I’m 5’2″ for reference. The dress looked good at it’s full length, however, I felt that because of the more casual feel to the fabric and print, it was a little more versatile at a slightly shorter length on me. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask!! Hope you all have a wonderful week!

 

Red & White Striped Dresses

 

 

Black & Gold

Wednesday, December 28, 2016 4 1

Olivia Palermo + Chelsea28 Tie Neck Blouse and Accordion Pleat Skirt

Olivia Palermo + Chelsea28 Accordion Pleat Skirt

Olivia Palermo + Chelsea28 Tie Neck Blouse and Accordion Pleat Skirt, Chanel Bag, Strappy Heels

Tom Ford FANY SUNGLASSES ITEM NO. FT0368

Olivia Palermo + Chelsea28 Tie Neck Blouse and Accordion Pleat Skirt

Olivia Palermo + Chelsea28 Accordion Pleat Skirt

Olivia Palermo + Chelsea28 top  //  Olivia Palermo + Chelsea28 skirt  //  Tom Ford ‘Fany’ sunglasses via IRIS the Visual Group  //  Zara heels (similar)  //  Chanel handbag

 

Black & gold…..such a striking, classic combo that I’ve had a long time obsession with. It feels elegant, sophisticated and chic. Two black & gold items in my wardrobe that I’ve recently picked up are these fab sunglasses and this sparkly top/skirt combo.

 

I can’t stop wearing these Tom Ford ‘Fany’ sunglasses from IRIS the Visual Group. They have a retro vibe that seems to add a coolness factor to everything I wear. I go through phases with my eyewear brand choices, and right now I can’t stop buying Tom Ford. I’ve recently picked up several pairs of Tom Ford sunglasses and eyeglasses from IRIS, as they have such a great selection.

 

Side note…speaking of eyeglasses…over the last few years, I’ve been noticing that my vision has been getting worse and worse. I’ve recently started wearing my eyeglasses more often, and my eye health has become a major focus for me. I’m super excited to partner with IRIS the Visual Group for 2017 to share the importance of eye health. Stay tuned for more to come!

 

Now, back to the black & gold convo…as for this stunning Olivia Palermo + Chelsea28 sparkly blouse and skirt, I was at the Nordstrom Yorkdale grand opening a couple months back, and saw this outfit on a mannequin. I feel immediately in love, and decided that I would go back the following week to try it on. Not even 5 minutes later, I saw another guest at the party wearing the exact same outfit! It looked stunning on her, and at that moment, I knew I needed to own this outfit. I love that they are separates instead of a dress, because i can split them up to create different outfits as well. Both of these pieces are keeping my black & gold love going strong.

 

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Thank you to IRIS the Visual Group for sponsoring this post. As always, all opinions are my own.

All Dressed Up and Nowhere To Go

Monday, September 23, 2013 36 0

Kate Spade Silk Dress, Zara Mirror Clutch, Jimmy Choo Abel SIlver Metallic Heels, Ily Couture Crystal Necklace

Kate Spade Silk Dress, Zara Mirror Clutch, Jimmy Choo Abel SIlver Metallic Heels, Ily Couture Crystal Necklace

Kate Spade Silk Dress, Zara Mirror Clutch, Jimmy Choo Abel SIlver Metallic Heels, Ily Couture Crystal Necklace

Kate Spade Silk Dress, Zara Mirror Clutch, Jimmy Choo Abel SIlver Metallic Heels, Ily Couture Crystal Necklace

Kate Spade Silk Dress, Zara Mirror Clutch, Jimmy Choo Abel SIlver Metallic Heels, Ily Couture Crystal Necklace

Dress: Kate Spade (similar with sleeves). Neckalce: Ily Couture (c/o). Clutch: Zara. Shoes: Jimmy Choo. Sunglasses: Gucci. Rings: Shopbop, Stella & Dot.

 

Funny story . . . I bought this gorgeous raspberry silk Kate Spade dress the week before New York Fashion Week.  As soon as I spotted it on the sale rack at Nordstrom and noticed that the only dress left happened to be in my size, I knew this stunner was meant to be in my closet.  I instantly decided that it would be perfect to wear to the Herve Leger runway show during NYFW.

 

We had priority standing room tickets to the Herve Leger show, so Gaby and I got all dolled up and rushed to get to the show early to ensure we were first in line to get the good standing room spots.  After waiting about 30 minutes in the very crowded space just outside of the theatre, they finally opened the doors.  We noticed that the four ladies in front of us were taking a long time to get their tickets scanned, and as we eavesdropped we heard that the usher was saying that their tickets to the show had already been used.  She denied them entry and said they would have to go back to the registration desk to figure it out.  I remember thinking, “Ooh, that sucks” and “Thank goodness that’s not us.”

 

As Gaby handed the usher her ticket, we heard the devastating words, “I’m sorry but your tickets have already been used.”  WHAT!?!?  I butted in and said, “Here, try mine” and quickly got the, “Sorry Miss, it’s been used.”  Punched in the face with panic and disappointment, we ran back to the registration desk, got new tickets and ran back to the theatre, but deep down we already knew how this was going to play out.  They kept us corralled outside of the theatre for about 25 more minutes, then we heard the door man yell in a booming voice, “Doors closed, sorry, but no one else is getting in.”  Sigh.

 

We went through the five stages of grief in a period of about four minutes.  Denial (“No, they didn’t really shut the doors, did they?! It must be a mistake.”), Anger (“What the heck, we came all the way from Toronto for this.”), Bargaining (“Let’s call the PR company to see if they can come out and let us in.”), Depression (“This sucks, we came all this way, got all dressed up and can’t even see the show.”) and finally Acceptance (Hey, you know what, we’re not going to let this ruin our trip.  Let’s laugh it off and end the day on a high note…with cupcakes!”).  So instead, we went outside, took some outfit photos and people watched for a while.  We saw many well known bloggers, and two of my favorite magazine ladies, Nina Garcia and Joanna Coles.  Then of course, we ate lots and lots of cupcakes.

 

Even though we were a little bummed that we didn’t get to see the Herve Leger show, we ended up having such a fantastic day and hey, now we have an interesting story to tell.

 

P.S. There are still 2 more days to enter to win this stunning Ily Couture necklace that I’m wearing in these photos.  Click here to enter.