Shorts Suit in Tweed

“Personality begins where comparison leaves off. Be unique. Be memorable. Be confident. Be Proud” ~Shannon L. Alder No one does a perfect tweed suit like Chanel. So when I found this gorgeous two piece by Rachel Roy, I did a double take. Perfectly tailored with a luxurious feel but at a fraction of the price of a Chanel suit seemed…
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Stripes on Stripes

 Fun Fact! Do you know that once upon a time before stripes became chic, only Zebras, prisoners, prostitutes and clowns wore stripes? Thankfully I’m none of the above, however some of my friends may make an argument for the clown part and I wouldn’t particularly hate looking like a fierce zebra. For many decades many style icons like Marilyn Monroe…
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Back to Black:: Culottes and Sequined top

“Comparison is the thief of Joy” If there ever was a thing as dressy minimalism, this would be it. Incorporating culottes into my wardrobe has been long overdue. Wearing an all black look never has to be boring. In my usual fashion, I gravitate towards unexpected details and rich textures to make a look interesting. Mixing a sequined top and…
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Militaristic:: Red Blazer and Skinny Jeans

Easy ways to dress up your favorite pair of jeans.  Wholeheartedly conceding to the current flow of the militaristic trend, a military inspired jacket or blazer can be this season’s invaluable asset. Inspired by the Military all over the world, designers have artfully created beautiful master pieces that evoke a sense power to their runway looks. Fashion icons and style…
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Two of a Kind:: Printed Coordinates

“I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination” -Jimmy Dean. Pairing printed coordinates that are perfect for work and casual enough for transitioning to a more laid back setting.  Hope you are having a great week!  Outfit Blazer:: Rachel Roy Pants:: Rachel Roy Top:: Forever 21 Pumps:: Similar Bag:: Ivanka…
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