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January 16, 2017


DSC_0636editedDSC_0667editedDSC_0717editedDSC_0745Details: Mock Neck Gray and Black Knit Dress c/o Sammy Dress, here  |

Despite the fact that it has been unseasonably warm, I still haven’t worn enough dresses. It’s not for a lack of dresses, but for little to no effort on my part. I’ve said this before, tights require way too much work, especially on a chilly morning in January. If I’m going to wear a dress to work, it has to be comfortable. This black and gray mock neck dress makes me feel like Jackie O. It’s so classy and elegant. I especially love the mock neck, mostly because I become Casper in the winter and I don’t like my pale chest to blind anyone. I also really like the front pockets; they’re so unique and make this dress unlike any other I own.

Now wish me luck on motivating myself to wear more dresses to work!



March 18, 2016


DSC_0280editedDSC_0275 editedDSC_0319 editedDSC_0336editedDSC_0337editedDetails: Pure Jill textured sweater vest c/o J.Jill, here  | Thierry Rabotin black suede pumps, similar here |

Last weekend we were #blessed with unseasonably warm weather, and as I mentioned on Monday, I was obnoxiously giddy about it. It inspired me to get my spring looks down and while I was preparing to wear this vest layered over a classic long white tee, I decided to bare it all. I relied on a trusted white cami, slipped on my favorite blue jeans and gave this casual look some sass with my Thierry Rabotin strap pumps. I think it’s safe to say I won’t be able to wear this look this weekend, considering a nor’easter is expected, but I’ve got one spring outfit down. As for shoes, I’m always wearing heels, but it can be taxing on my poor feet. I decided to switch it up a bit and went with a smaller heel and a much comfier shoe than I’m used to. Thierry Rabotin is dedicated to designing stylish and comfortable shoes, using premium quality leathers and fabrics out of their own factory in Busto Garolfo, Italy. With shoes this cute and comfortable there’s just no contest.



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