Seasonal Transition Statement Pieces We All Should Own!

We are right at the cusp of winter transitioning into spring. This will be that time of year where it’s not warm enough to wear sandals but it isn’t cold enough to pile on layers. We need pieces that we can wear as the weather begins to drastically change from day to night. Here areContinue reading “Seasonal Transition Statement Pieces We All Should Own!”

When it Rains, Style Remains.

The seasons are in transition and we will soon be waking up to cloudy skies and pouring rain more frequently. The lack of motivation to wear anything remotely fashionable goes out the window. However, the rain doesn’t have to leave our fashion sense in limbo. You can still rock a fashionable look and be readilyContinue reading “When it Rains, Style Remains.”

Dress It Up with Snake Print

Snake print is a hot ‘fashion do’ trend for this fall and winter. Versatile, edgy, and fashion forward, snake print is what you should be wearing this season. In general, animal prints have had a strong year in fashion this season. One of the prints that took over the fashion world this year was snake print!Continue reading “Dress It Up with Snake Print”

Trending: Wide Brim Fedoras

The wide brim fedora has been around for decades and is the one trendy accessory that never goes away. Whether you’re a fan of wide brim fedora hats or not, they are always readily available during the Fall and Winter seasons. They’re stylish and give any ensemble, dressy or casual, a more refined look.  InContinue reading “Trending: Wide Brim Fedoras”

Style Inspiration: 8 Ways You Can Elevate Plaid

Let’s explore the various ways you can style plaid! The fashion world is currently mad about plaid and it’s trending heavily for Fall. Everyone from top fashionistas to fashion models and celebrities are rocking the trend. It’s also one of the top trending patterns used in recent high fashion runway shows. Plaid’s popularity has skyrocketed more recently.Continue reading “Style Inspiration: 8 Ways You Can Elevate Plaid”