This week’s outfit of the week goes to the WhatiHart blog. Ashley Hartman looks stylish and chic in this minimal look. The dress and boots demand all the attention with no need for extra jewelry. The sleeveless knitted turtleneck dress is perfect for fall days when you want to feel cozy and comfortable, while still looking fashionable. The big slouchy Louis Vuitton bag adds a refreshing classic touch to the ensemble. Check out the outfit featured below to see how you can get a similar look!
By: Jaclyn Parker
Dress: Asos ($29.00), Boots: Topshop at Nordstrom ($210.00), Handbag: Louis Vuitton at Tradesy ($589.00)
Now that it’s March, it’s time to start planning out your spring wardrobe. Luckily, there are lots of winter items that you can carry into the spring.
In an article featured on WhoWhatWear, Meghan Blalock shows us how maxi skirts can be a very versatile piece in your wardrobe. You can pair them with warm sweaters in the winter and crop-tops in the spring.
Blalock shows examples of how a maxi skirt can look chic and playful. The maxi skirt featured below shows off your legs underneath sexy sheer material with a floral design.
If you’re looking to make your look even sexier, try a maxi skirt with a thigh high split like the one pictured below. The deep purple color could work during the winter or spring! Adding a pair of strappy sandals to the look could turn this daytime skirt into evening wear.
Last but not least, try wearing a textured black flare maxi skirt with a flirty floral crop top. If you want to show less skin, choose a high-waisted maxi skirt. Make your maxi skirt work double time by keeping it simple during the day, and adding jewelry, heels, and a clutch at night.
So next time you’re cruising through a store, don’t forget about the maxi skirt rack. Be creative with the items that you pair with it. Dress the skirt up or down according to the occasion. What’s your favorite way to wear a maxi skirt? Check out the StyleChat app to find and buy a maxi skirt that’ll fit into your spring wardrobe perfectly!
I was inspired by this awesome look from Blair Eadie of Atlantic-Pacific. The soft periwinkle color and lace design was a nice break from the constant shorts and crop tops, a classic for the summer heat, that I have seen almost everywhere this summer.
I picked out a couple of my own pieces to put a chic twist on her periwinkle look. The lighter colors and soft patterns expel a mature attitude while still keeping you cool. I hope Blair would approve. What about you, do you like it?
Here are a few pieces I think are perfect for summer. I am completely in love with this collection of matte lip colors from Revlon and I think a light yellow nail polish provides a subtle yet beautiful pop of color to any outfit.
I have always been fond of simple clothing, pieces with clean and precise silhouettes, but this swimsuit is an exciting way to play with patterns and colors that you might not have considered before.
As a general piece of summer advice, explore.
Explore clothing options that you have never worn before, such as matching shorts and tops, give color blocking a break. But don’t stop there, go out and find a place you have never been before. Summer is the perfect time to create the best of memories especially with those you love.