Kiss on the Lips


Lips-1-3Lips-1-2Dress: CeCe by Cynthia Steffe ( Also love this version!) | Shoes: Pour La Victoire | Clutch: Kate Spade (Similar Style) | Bracelet: Gorsuch | Rings: Vintage and Sydney Evan | Lips: Sugar, Tulip | Nails: OPI, Big Apple Red

The countdown is on and there are only a few days left until Valentine’s Day. I am capping off my series of V-Day posts (Galentine’s Gifts, Gifts Under $100, and V-Day Accessories) with what I would be wearing if I were going out for this special occasion. Of course I will still be celebrating, but Sutton and I have never really done it big because our anniversary is just a few days later. This will be our 5 year anniversary and I seriously can’t believe it! I can’t wait to wear this CeCe by Cynthia Steffe dress for the occasion. It is the perfect frock for Valentine’s Day, a special date night or even a wedding. This dress still screams LOVE even though it is not the usual red or pink.

Here are some other great options for whatever your Valentine has in store for you.


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What are you wearing this Valentine’s Day?

Black, White and a Hint of Purple


Blouse: Ann Taylor | Leggings: Rachel Zoe, Old (Similar Style) | Shoes: Steve Madden (On Sale!) | Hat: Rag & Bone | Handbag: Heather Henry Design | Rings: Sydney Evan and David Yurman | Bracelets: David Yurman

This is what I would call my uniform. If I am ever pressed for time and need something to wear, I always resort back to my go-to look of black and white. I am seriously obsessed with this oversized white shirt from Ann Taylor. It has the polished look you get from a standard button-up but embodies the effortless cool of an oversized blouse. I paired it with black, leather paneled leggings for a monochromatic effect. My favorite Heather Henry bag adds the perfect pop of color.

What’s your uniform?

Casual Saturday

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Sweater: J. Crew, Old (Similar Style Here and Here) | Jeans: Rag & Bone, Wash Sold Out | Shoes: Tory Burch | Tote: Kate Spade | Sunglasses: Ray-Ban | Necklace: Custom Made (Similar Style) | Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs | Bracelets: David Yurman | Rings: James Avery + Sydney Evan | Lips: Sugar, Rose

Saturdays are for running errands; shopping and doing whatever you couldn’t do during the week. With all of that commotion, dressing comfortably is key. For me, that usually means a great pair of jeans, a thin, non-fuss sweater and espadrilles or flats. I am constantly wearing all black in the winter but I’m trying to keep it light on this early Saturday morning.

Here’s to hoping the sun will come out!

Currently Obsessed: Winter Florals


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We hadn’t seen any winter weather here in Texas until this past weekend, but I am already ready for spring. I’m busting out the floral prints a few months early in darker hues and more structured silhouettes than usual. Here are a few of my favorites from this budding trend.

Cape Coat DIY

I have been wanting a cape coat for the longest time but haven’t been able to find one that suits my style. While I was searching through my Grandma’s closet the other day I found this cape sweater. It was missing a few buttons, but I knew I could give it a little bit of a facelift.



Before, the buttons were a gunmetal color with an anchor stamped on them. Definitely not my style! So, instead of trying to find similar buttons I decided to cut them off and sew on new ones. I’m not crafty at all but sewing on a button is extremely easy. I purchased these gold-trimmed, black onyx faceted buttons to dress it up.



It is amazing to see how something as simple as replacing the buttons brought this cape to life.

Cape: Vintage (Similar Style)| Top: Gap (ON SALE!) | Denim: Rag & Bone | Booties: Gianni Bini, Old (Similar Style Here and Here) | Earrings: Kate Spade | Bracelets: David Yurman | Nails: OPI,  Bastille My Heart

How do you DIY?