My absolute favorite sale of the year is here.. Net-A-Porter’s site is filled with amazing finds and some pieces I’ve been eyeing all season that are now much more budget friendly. This isn’t one of those sales where you’ll have buyers remorse, these pieces are trendy but also great investments. I picked out some of my favorite finds below, but click here if you’d rather be directly connected to their site. Happy Shopping!
Going home for the holidays is supposed to be fun, but is inevitably filled with events you’re not always excited about. It’s not easy to look forward to said events, but a new dress always helps.
Clearly we aren’t in full blown sweater weather here in California, but still- the temps have dropped and to me anything below 65 is cold. The one I’m pictured wearing is from a boutique and no longer available, but I linked to one that is almost identical.
Went to San Diego last weekend for a much needed getaway. Sharing some pics from my trip (above) and my packing list. Since my trip was roughly 72 hours, I didn’t need much. I tried to pack pieces that were easy to mix and match and neutral colors- a hard thing for me to do but I was able to bring color into the mix through my accessories. I asked you all a few weeks ago on my instagram stories if you wanted to see my packing lists when I travel and an overwhelming majority of you said yes so here’s what I brought with me:
know my love of band tees isn’t exactly something I keep to myself. My collection has grown infinitely since I moved to L.A., and I’ve figured out a few ways to keep it growing without breaking the bank.
Below are my tips for shopping for band tees no matter where you live!
I know I already waxed poetic about how you need plaid in your fall wardrobe (which you probably already have, but this piece is a real game changer- just saying), but I’m about to add another trend to that list.
I am definitely not a dress girl. Since I didn’t attend a traditional university for most of my college years , I didn’t have the usual events that required formal wear. Dressing up was not as much of a priority as going to my favorite vintage shops and buying way too many pairs of black boots (mostly of the platform variety).