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Outfit of the Week: Feb. 8th

Photo Courtesy of the College Girl Kendra blog
Photo Courtesy of the College Girl Kendra blog

This week’s outfit of the week goes to a look featured on the College Girl Kendra blog. Kendra’s ripped jeans give her the perfect edgy look. When you’re wearing super ripped jeans like the ones above, they automatically become the statement piece! We love that she paired a black leather jacket with a striped tee for a very casual and chic style. Check out the outfit below to see how you can get a similar look!

By: Jaclyn Parker

Created with the StyleChat App
Created with the StyleChat App

Top: AQUA at Bloomingdales ($42.00), Jacket: Zara ($199.00), Jeans: ASOS ($60.00), Necklace: Jules Smith at Neiman Marcus ($58.00), Shoes: Coclico at Neiman Marcus ($127.00)

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Outfit of the Week: Aug. 17th

Courtesy of the Cheetah is the New Black blog
Courtesy of the Cheetah is the New Black blog

This week’s outfit of the week goes to a look featured on the Cheetah is the New Black blog. Alicia bridges the gap between summer and fall by wearing an elegant white summer dress and pairing it with a chic fringed black leather jacket for fall. Her black leather sandals go perfectly with her leather jacket. This black and white look is given a bit of intrigue with a pair of bold brown cat-eye sunglasses and a simple gold necklace. You can sport this outfit by day or night! Check out the image below to see how you can get a similar look!

By: Jaclyn Parker

Created with the StyleChat App
Created with the StyleChat App

Jacket: IRO at Madison Los Angeles ($695.00), Dress: Topshop at Nordstrom ($58.00), Sunglasses: Valentino at Neiman Marcus ($326.00), Shoes: Via Spiga at Bloomingdales ($205.99), Necklace: Madewell ($38.00)

Outfit of the Week: June 15th

Courtesy of the Oh Hey There Rachel blog, Click to Original Post.
Courtesy of the Oh Hey There Rachel blog, Click to Original Post.

This week’s outfit of the week goes to a look featured on the Oh Hey There Rachel blog. The look features three of the current hottest trends: suede skirts, white lace, and leather moto jackets. Rachel tucks her white short-sleeve lace top into her high-waisted light brown suede mini skirt. Her black leather booties match perfectly with her black leather moto jacket. She adds to the “rocker-chic” vibe of the jacket by wearing a pair of blue reflective sunglasses. She keeps her jewelry subtle with a pair of gold triangle earrings. Want to know how you can get a similar look? Check out the outfit featured below, created with the StyleChat app.

By: Jaclyn Parker

Created with the StyleChat App
Created with the StyleChat App

Top: Macy’s ($54.99), Jacket: Nasty Gal ($300.00), Skirt: Bloomingdales ($54.60), Sunglasses: Ray-Ban at Nordstrom ($93.75), Booties: Cole Haan at Bloomingdales ($193.99), Earrings: Nordstrom ($65.00)

How to Revitalize your Winter Wardrobe

With winter on its way, many people will choose to either hibernate indoors or bear the cold in frumpy, bulky sweatshirts that don’t satisfy their desire to feel fashionable.  But have no fear because there’s another option!  Your winter wardrobe doesn’t have to be dull and drab like the grey winter sky.  Margaret Abrams of the College Candy blog gives some great tips on how to keep your winter wardrobe fun and fashionable!

Photo Courtesy of College Candy, click through to original article
Chunky Necklace: Photo Courtesy of College Candy, click through to original article

First, add some statement jewelry to your look to make your dull winter clothes come to life!  Try a chunky necklace overtop of your warm sweaters.  Pairing a colorful necklace on top of a neutral-colored sweater can be the perfect way to liven up your look.

Second, Abrams suggests opting for a deconstructed blazer to keep you warm.  If you can’t find a deconstructed blazer, try wearing one that has a bold-color, perhaps blue or pink.  Adding a splash of color to your winter outfit can be the perfect way to make it look less drab. Next, pair your outfit with the perfect pair of booties.  Choose your favorite, whether it’s moto booties or cowboy booties, the options are endless!

Booties: Photo courtesy of College Candy. Click through to original article
Booties. Photo courtesy of College Candy. Click through to original article

Last but not least, arrive at your destination in style with a moto jacket.  Abrams suggests pairing it with a pair of skinny jeans for the ultimate chic look.  I suggest that if you want to wear the moto jacket open but it’s really cold outside, add a scarf around your neck to provide extra warmth.

Moto Jacket: Photo courtesy of College Candy. Click through to original article
Moto Jacket: Photo courtesy of College Candy. Click through to original article

Follow these tips to make your transition from fall weather to cold winter weather, a little bit smoother.  Share with us your favorite way to freshen up your winter look.  Don’t let the cold weather hinder your sense of style!

By: Jaclyn Parker

This Week’s Hottest Finds

3.1 Phillip Lim Jacket from Nordstrom Rack
3.1 Phillip Lim Jacket from Nordstrom Rack

The best thing about rummaging through Nordstrom Rack for hours is you never know what gems you may find. This 3.1 Phillip Lim retro short-sleeve motorcycle jacket is fun, fresh, and feminine.  Let this attention-stopper do all the talking by pairing it with a casual pair of skinny jeans, a t-shirt, and a pair of black booties.

J Brand Jeans courtesy of jbrandjeans.com
J Brand Jeans courtesy of jbrandjeans.com

J Brand makes the softest jeans!  Try a pair of black skinnies and dress them up with a fancy silk blouse or dress them down with your favorite comfy sweater.  Either way you’ll be stylish and comfortable at the same time.

Courtesy of bloomingdales.com
Courtesy of bloomingdales.com

These gold square hoop earrings from Bloomingdales will add the perfect amount of pizzazz to your look.  Pair them with your favorite skinny jeans, moto jacket, and curled hair.

What’s your latest and greatest fashion find?  Share in the comments below!

By: Jaclyn Parker