Winter White



Burgundy Season



Embroidery + Blush



Cobalt Blue & Ruffles





Colorful Fall Days


Ever since the midriff trend came back, I've hesitated to cave in to that style - mainly due to my own insecurities of showing my skin especially where I'm most self conscious. Eventually, I pushed my silly beliefs aside and made an effort to give it a shot. After all, isn't that is what fashion is all about? Making it your own and adapting to your unique body type to make you feel & look amazing. 
By honing different styling techniques, I was able achieve the look that I wanted while still feeling comfortable with the amount of midriff showing! 
If you're just like me and hesitant to show off a ton of your stomach area, then style a crop tie top (this mustard colored floral piece is by Irene's Story) with a high-waisted skirt. When you tie the top the rest of the fabric will dangle strategically right in the middle of your midsection, so it provides coverage but still gives off that crop top style. 

I hope this post inspires you to experiment with different styles (even if you second guess yourself) and just give it a shot. Anything is possible with fashion. It's definitely all about how you make it your own. 

Best of Both Worlds: Florals & Polka Dots



Florals and polka dots may not be groundbreaking in the print mixing world, but have you seen such a combination in a jumpsuit that includes a cold-shoulder & culotte silhouette too? 

This jumpsuit literally has all my favorite styles in one and feels like a one-of-a-kind! I love how flattering the silhouette is and the eye-catching blend of the prints. I didn't think I could love florals and polka-dots more. 
The jumpsuit could easily be styled down casually by tying a denim jacket around the waist. I opted in keeping this look dressy by pairing it with a pair of these pointed heels to really bring out the reds and make it pop even more.