Monday, April 15, 2013
Happy Monday! As if a rainy chilly Monday could be happy? We'll today it can be, because I'm guest blogging on office style over at the lovely Mae Badiyan's blog. Check it out here and let me know what your office persona is.
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
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Monday, April 9, 2012
Colored denim is MAJOR right now and turquoise (one of the season's hottest colors) is the best way to wear it! With the constantly changing temperatures colored denim is a great way to transition into a spring wardrobe. Wear it with your preppy knits on chilly days and silky florals and tees on warm days. Colors such as crisp white, punchy pink, nautical navy, and tropical coral pair perfectly with turquoise denim. Here's how I would wear the shade day to night:
Monday, February 20, 2012
Every season I have at least one go to shoe. You know, the kind that just seems to go with everything, no matter the color or style. Well for this Spring I've already deemed Kate Spade's Lindsay, my IT shoe. With the wedged platform it's not only the perfect height but also stable, making it comfy for those hours spent standing outdoors in the beautiful weather. But really let's talk about the seriously amazing multi colored striped rope heel. What a fun statement! Literally ever color in the rainbow is in the heel but the straps remain a neutral patent leather nude.
Thursday, January 26, 2012
My boss recently introduced me to Stuart Weitzman's Rowsoon Pump, which I've then deemed the essential neutral heel for spring. Really, with its light color and shades of darker neutrals mixed throughout the cork, what won't this heel match?
While the Rowsoon may have started my spring shoe search, it certainly did not end it. As I browsed through the spring collections I noticed multiple other cork options, proving that cork is one of the hottest trends for spring. Elaine Turner does a wedged cork, Manolo a casual flip flop, Badgley Mischka a dressy heel, and Jack Rogers a classic sandal. Really, there's tons of great options for you!
Posted by Patricia Maristch at 12:52 AM