The Full Skirt








bluehighlow10[Photos by NR]

Top: Ardeb B mirror floral crop top | Bottoms: KTRcollection high low bow skirt | Shoes: Christian Louboutin | Bag: Natasha Couture box clutch

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Hemlines seems to get shorter when the weather gets warmer, but I’m always excited for (read: obsessed with) the most versatile and ladylike skirts in my closet: The Full Skirts. They are timeless, feminine, elegant and works well for any occasion. The full, swingy silhouette is flattering for any body type and I love how it can be sexy yet still creates a sense of mystery. But of course my favorite full skirts can’t just be any full skirts. I added a slightly longer back hem for a royal princess feel and my signature double bow to give it a little personality of it’s own! :)

You can purchase this classic piece at my online boutique HERE.

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Mixer (+ OASAP Giveaway)


Florals, stripes, geometrics, chevron, polka dots, abstracts, paisley, embroidery, sequins and embellishments has dominated my closet for what feels like forever so you can imagine the thrill when I realized how awesome mixing prints and patterns together no longer clashes. Well, this “trend” is nothing new, but there’s always something new and refreshing every time (see them again here, here, here, here, and here).

Adding to the mix are my current favorite accessories, this alpine gold necklace from Olive + Piper and this inexpensive-but-pretty-awesome-aviators. I have been looking for blue/purple aviators and can’t believe I found them from H&M for $7. Score!






mixer7[Photos by NR]

Top: Ardeb B mirror floral crop top | Bottom: Love Culture chevron high waisted shorts | Bag: Valentino Rockstud mini tote | Shoes: Christian Louboutin | Necklace: c/o Olive + Piper | Bracelets: Alexis Bittar cuff, Aqua, | Sunglasses: H&M

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I was pretty thrilled over the weekend because we have another new lens to play with and I’m madly in love (helloooo ultra wide angles). Nate is dipping his feet more into photography and I am so proud of him, and of course offered myself to be his guinea pig for photos anytime he needs them (haha). Well, I hope your weekend was an eventful one and you’re all rested up for another week of life. xoxo


Btw, I received this shorts from OASAP but the size S was a little snug on me, so instead of returning it, I was asked to do a giveaway for the pair I have. Free shipping within the USA. Enter below to win!

Shorts are a Size Small and they are 26″ waist, 31″ hips, 15″ length and 21″ around each thighs.

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Livin’ on Love

“Dance like no one’s watching, sing like no one is listening, and love like you’ve never been hurt.” -William W. Purkey

[Photos by NR]
Dress:  Patterson J. Kincaid ruffled dress (sold out, similar here)
Jacket: Tweed Arden B jacket (old)
Top: Joie Lace Fanny Top
Shoes: Christian Louboutin Very Prive
Glasses: Gucci
Pearls: Nordstrom Rack
Bracelet: Bracelets: Kate Spade beverly boulevard / Spikes from Ebay

What I love about this dress is the versatility of going from one occasion to another just by what it’s paired with. Switch from flats to pumps and you’ll instantly shift from day to night. Paired with a jacket or sweater and you’re back to day.

I love seeing the layered look in general and I especially like this look when it was paired with this delicately laced Joie top and a multi-colored pastel tweed jacket. The only thing is I get really claustrophobic and sweat like a maniac when I have layers of clothes on….so off they goooo…

Readers: Do you ever feel claustrophobic when you’ve layered on clothes or is it just me?