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Monday, November 23, 2015

Layering 2.0

This post is sponsored by Target.

Fall is the season for layering and it’s something I always look forward to. Living in Los Angeles, we experience warm weather too often and I always miss the layering aspect of a cold winter. Layering can make any outfit more interesting while also keeping you warm. From cozy sweaters to scarves and coats, these are some of the items you need in your closet to elevate your layered looks.

Layering for the cold season can be a challenge. It’s best to take baby steps when first trying it out and starting off your initial layer with a basic. As I build my core outfit, I always love to include three elements: color, shape, and texture. Since you will be layering multiple fabrics, prints, and textures on one another, I always keep the look more neutral with a pop or keep my pieces within the same color palette.

I layered a coat and accessories with my first printed top. I chose to pair a blanket cape with a faux fur as my second layered look. I kept it simple with a white button up to not take away from the printed statement piece. 
Have fun layering!

Find your style @Targetstyle.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Boots Of The Day

This post is sponsored by Target.

When I am frequently asked about my favorite item for fall and what I cannot live without, my answer is always boots. Boots are a staple for fall and winter wardrobes, and I have collaborated with Target to show how I styled three different shapes in three different ways.

The boot of the season is the over-the-knee boot, and I opted for a bold color. This shape is a statement piece, and it can instantly transform your outfit into chic. I love this plum color, and I chose a skinny scarf and hat to make my outfit pop more. I felt like I was a part of the Dallas TV show and a true horseback rider.

The ankle bootie is the next best shape that can be dressed up yet also dressed down. I chose to style two different kinds of boots. My first choice was dressier, and it has a pointy heel and toe. This reflects a dressy look, and I paired it with a pencil skirt and a cropped sweater for a night out for drinks in downtown. The second pair of boots is more causal because the fringe detail and chunky heel gave me comfort and style to get through the day. I paired it with a printed bow top and an oversized vest for an errand-filled weekday.

Target truly is a one-stop shop for me, and I absolutely love it! These boots were not only affordable, but also so stylish!

Find your style @TargetStyle.


Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Neutrals for Fall

I am so excited to come back to my normal posting schedule and I have to apologize in advance for the absence. I was terribly sick and it took a big toll on me and my workload has been bigger than ever. I couldn't wait to share this post with you guys because it's actually different than most of my wardrobe. Although I own a few hundred white button-up shirts, I love a colored ensemble. 
I chose to opt in for a muted and neutral ensemble and have my bag be the statement piece.

I paired my double breasted camel blazer with black and white pieces and threw on a burgundy suede cross body bag to add texture and some color. 

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Top: c/o Oasis / Bow: Nasty Gal / Jacket: c/o Oasis Fashion
Hat: Free People / Bag: c/o Oasis Fashion / Shoes: c/o JustFab
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