Sunday, October 19

The Return of the White Button Down

Who doesn't have a white button down in the back of their closet?  Just waiting for business meetings and class presentations.  Judging by the buzz in the fashion world, these classic pieces will be making their way into the everyday wardrobe this fall season.  Here's a little inspiration.

Sean Kelly's street chic look on Episode 12 of Project Runway.  He got rave reviews from the entire panel of judges for his crisp look and innovative cutouts.

Olivia Palermo pairs her button down with a printed maxi skirt for classy perfection.

Julie Sarinana of Sincerely Jules shows some skin and pairs this classic piece with black skinny jeans and ankle boots.

Megan Jedlinski of Stylish & Scatterbrained keeps the summer going, pairing her button down with denim overalls.

Streetwear seems to be creeping into everyday wear and this pairing shows why it's so effective.

Get inspiration for a cuffed button down and white maxi skirt combo with this clean outfit.

Currently listening to: "Call Me in the Afternoon" Half Moon Run

Wednesday, October 15

Fashion in Film: Looking Good in the Real World

The idea for this blog post came from a blogger I follow.  She listed some of her favorite movies for fall fashion.  I've been wanting to showcase a few favorite movies of mine as well, so I decided to do the same.  But I chose a few movies with just general fashion goodness, regardless of season.

1. That Awkward Moment
Imogen Poots is my favorite type of New Yorker; edgy, chic, and dressed for the weather.  Also, all the beautiful tailored suits.

2. Definitely, Maybe
I've definitely got a girl crush on Isla Fisher.  I think what really did it for me in this movie were the New York lofts and rooftops.

3. Like Crazy
My college roommate would disown me if I didn't add this beautifully crafted movie to the list.  Ah, Felicity Jones.  What more is there to say?  She absolutely captures the simple chic.

Currently listening to: "To Kiss a Girl" Ben Fankhauser

Sunday, October 5

Transitioning Dresses to Fall

Fashion inspiration for the colder weather.  Sleeved dresses are a quick and easy way to wear dresses in the fall. Once the schoolwork leaves me time to go thrifting, these are definitely on my list.$xlarge$&defaultImage=$xlarge$&defaultImage=

Currently listening to: "Belief" Alexander Sage Oyen

Monday, September 29

"Women in Clothes"

Here's a coffee table book for those who live, breath, and read fashion.  "Women in Clothes" is a compilation of interviews, surveys, and candid conversations from hundreds of women, all answering the larger question of: how has fashion and personal style affected and influenced who they are today and how it is a reflection of their passions and experiences.

A book that's definitely on my list, it's refreshing to hear personal stories of the non-famous.  While we would all like to say that Christian Louboutin stilettos and a Birkin bag are our "spirit accessory", it's the real un-glamorous stories and accounts that will hit home.

NPR had an interview with the co-authors earlier in the month.  Listen to the full NPR interview here.

Co-authors of "Women in Clothes" (from left): Sheila Heti, Leanne Shapton, Heidi Julavits

Currently listening to: "All of the People" Panama Wedding

Tuesday, September 23

Fall Fashion 2014: Accessorizing

It's officially fall!  Every blogger's favorite season for so many reasons.

And if you're like me, your outfits will be almost exclusively filled with neutrals.  So what makes an outfit special now are the accessories.  Here are some necessary accessories for this fall.

If you're not quite ready to let go to summer, a tribal print cardigan will do the trick.  This one is a perfect mix of a bright print and warmth.

Rings by the dozen.  The more, the better.  I personally wear home-made wire rings that I made with just 24-gauge silver wire.  The beautiful oxblood nail polish and warm drink are optional.

Scarves are definitely ubiquitous during the fall.  I particularly love the the color and texture of this Nordstrom scarf.

Leather, leather, leather.  I love a good leather backpack and this one definitely hits the mark.  Just the right size for running errands or just going to class.

And finally, who doesn't love a pair of sleek Chelsea boots?  The added texture of these takes your outfit to another level.

What are your staples for fall?

Currently listening to: "Spinoza" The Generationals
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