I am totally digging these flared ankle jeans right now! This trend is so flattering and so easy to wear with anything. It takes your everyday jeans to the next level; somehow just bringing that hem up a few inches totally gives a simple staple a fresh look. I love these jeans for all the shoe options you could go for; gladiator sandals peeking out, platform booties, ankle cowboy boots, the possibilities are endless! The ankle flare trend is a nod to the 70s but also keeps that modern Alexa Chung style we all love. I paired mine with a simple black tunic and some chunky ankle boots, a big hat and some boho jewelry. Lets hope this trend stays around for a while!
All white outfits; the perfect Winter-to-Spring transition color and my latest t obsession. There are so many possibilities with an all white outfit and so much room to really make it pop with bold shoes or a statement necklace! I am a sucker for a good pair of sweatpants and these from Lou & Grey for LOFT totally won me over. I loved the lace up detail on this top and felt it paired great with this turkish coin necklace for a bohemian vibe. Lastly, these Wallabee-esque boots were my go to shoes in this outfit and I may just wear it every day!
Denim on denim. Classic, cool and easy. I love these culotte style denim wide legs paired with ankle cowboy boots! It gives a modern spin to the classic boots and jeans. Add a belt and a worn in soft and cozy chambray and you’re set! I love this outfit too because it is easy as pie to nurse in with all the quick pearl snaps. As a mom of a 3 month old, my outfits these days have to be functional, as easy as possible and be able to hide spit up and drool! am also wearing my amazing new nursing cover/infinity scarf from Native Wilds. This scarf is so super soft and so easy to incorporate into your outfit and the fact that it doubles as a nursing cover just makes it that much better!
Something about Valentines day always makes me want to dress in black. On the day of love when it is red and hearts everywhere, black is an enchanting and oh so mysterious alternative. Instead of that LBD you always wear, what about a stunning black maxi caftan and some red lips to complete that Stevie Nicks-Witchy Woman-Vibe? I got this dress from my favorite vintage shop, Squash Blossom Vintage, and knew it was perfect for a valentines day look. I added a red lip, a white boho leather necklace, some rockin’ clog boots and a woodsy scent to finish it off and voila!
Overalls are a girls best friend. Or at least a nursing mothers best friend! I love these overalls from Free People as they are super soft and pretty light weight, and are easy and quick access for a nursing session. I layered them over a simple black and white checked button down, a plaid coat and of course added a hat in the mix (how could I not?!). Putting together outfits that are easy to nurse in while on the go can be a bit of a challenge, but overalls and and layered patterns make it a little bit more fun. The perks of winter dressing!
After having my baby exactly one month ago from today (can’t believe how fast it has flown by!), it has been exciting and a bit challenging dressing this post baby body. I can fit into some of my old clothing, but not much of it quite yet. With a newborn in the house, who really has time to get ‘dressed’?! This look is my easy and comfy go-to outfit. Joggers + an easy to nurse in tee + sneakers + a tailored coat = you can do no wrong!
We had a major freeze here this week and so that meant pulling out all my sweaters and hats from last winter and getting to mix them into my wardrobe again, which is always so fun! I am wearing my favorite trusty caftan layered over some leggings and comfy moccasins and on top I have on a huge, warm cardigan and a floppy pom pom beanie. Being 38 weeks pregnant, getting dressed has become quite the challenge. It is 100% about comfort these days, and what is more comfy than a caftan and leggings and layers of knits?! Also, say hello to Boone dog who made a special appearance in today’s post!
Nothing says ‘Hello November’ more than buffalo plaid. It just looks like the holidays all wrapped up in one warm, fuzzy print. It is bold but also so easy to wear and style with other things. I love the way this coat fits like a long blazer; the tailored fit makes it so versatile and much easier to wear than a big bulky coat. I paired it with some comfy black joggers, a chambray maternity shirt and some clog boots. There are so many fun ways to bring some buffalo plaid into your wardrobe for the fall/winter season!