Monday, April 21, 2014

crisp, clean

outfit details | top: f21, old [similarsimilar / similar / similar] | jeans: blank denim [similar / similar]
heels: target [similar / similar] | sunnies: karen walker | watch: michael kors | heart ring: sincerely jules | bracelets: tory burchstella & dot | earrings: c/o christina faithe jewelry $18! | purse: hobo, old [similar / similar] | lipstick: NARS 'heatwave' | lip gloss: NARS 'wonder'

Hi there! How was everyone's Easter weekend? I worked Friday and Sunday, but enjoyed a little time away from the hospital on Saturday. I am heading back to Dallas on Thursday for an exciting conference, so I spent my day off trying to cross things off of my mental to-do list. I got a manicure and pedicure, then ended up at Target .... for only the necessities (i.e. travel toiletries, makeup removing wipes, mascara, and a new toy for Fish), of course. I've been going nonstop recently and this outfit, or close variations of it, has seriously saved me quite a few times. I love its simplicity and the fact that you can look put together without trying too hard. And, now that Easter has come and gone, you won't hear someone make a comment about how you shouldn't wear white before Easter anymore! You're in the clear! Enjoy all of my fellow crisp and clean, white lovers!

With love and sequins,

"Accept what is, let go of what was, have faith in what will be."

Tuesday, April 15, 2014


Psst! Guess what? This style board is shopable! Click on the item you would like and you'll be taken right to shopbop's site!

It's that time again! Shopbop has their 25% Friends & Family Sale going on now through Thursday, April 17th at 11:59pm! I am seriously thinking about adding this Clare V. cobalt clutch to my collection to satisfy my constant color craving! This bright orange midi skirt from PartySkirts has been on my wish list for quite some time. Any of these Karen Walker sunnies would be a great investment for summer. If you're heading to a wedding anytime soon, be sure to snag this colorful maxi dress by Parker. A striped crop top or skirt would be a perfect way to spice up your outfit! If you're wanting to stay on trend but not break the bank, how about these distressed skinny jeans by BLANK? I have them and love them! The Titan bracelet by Vita Fede is the perfect statement arm candy. Thank you, shopbop for being one of my favorite and most trusted shopping destinations! Happy shopping, y'all! 

 Skirts: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 // Sunnies: 1 | 2 | 3 // Clutches: 1 | 2 // Shoes: 1 | 2 | 3 // Dresses: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4

"A personal style is like handwriting - it happens as the byproduct of
our way of seeing things, enriched by the experiences of everything around us."
Mossimo Vignelli

Monday, April 14, 2014

bright blooms

outfit details | leopard top: milk & honey boutique | black top: j.crew [collection edition 50% off! with code FRESHSALE!] | denim: paige | necklace: baublebar | heels: zara, old [similar / similar] | sunnies: karen walker | watch: michael kors | thumb ring: baublebar | bracelets: tory burchstella & dot
heart ring: sincerely jules | lipstick: bare minerals 'fly high' | lip gloss: smashbox 'pout'
clutch: c/o gigi new york | nail color: essie 'lapis of luxury'

I'm a sucker for leopard print, but I am pretty picky about buying it. Let's be honest ... there is a lot of crappy leopard print out there! This top from my favorite Dallas area boutique, however, is 'spot on'!   [See what I did there?Milk & Honey is one of those boutiques that has something for every kind of girl and won't burn a hole in your pocket. I've featured their clothes and sung their praises [see here and here] quite a bit over the last few months, and because of this top and some of my other recent purchases, I will continue to do so. The leopard print drew me to this top, but the fact that it mirrors the style of a kimono and suits a petite frame, such as mine, is what sealed the deal. I paired it with the gorgeous purple jumbo bloom necklace from baublebar because a pop of color is always necessary!

Have a happy Monday, y'all!

"Kindness is a language that the deaf can hear and the blind can see."
Mark Twain
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