I can’t believe it’s been 6 months since my last post! Where have I been? Well, around April of this year, after celebrating my one year blog-aversary I fell completely out of love with my wardrobe. As much as I enjoyed blogging, I started feeling like I never had anything to wear. Or at least nothing that I felt compelled to shared with you guys.
Shortly after that, I began classes for my second master’s degree. Since then, my time has not been my own. Thus, no time for blogging. Continue reading
Now that spring is officially here and temperatures are beginning to climb, opportunities to wear my winter wardrobe are quickly diminishing. Before it gets too warm, I decided to take my corduroys out for a spin. I love these pants! Their lavender color is ideal for early spring. Making them the center piece of this look. Flowers don’t have a monopoly on this lavish hue! Continue reading
This winter I’ve lived in black, grays, and other atramentous hues. With spring approaching, it’s time to emerge from hibernation and shed our winter coats. I can’t think of a better way to do so than by adding a pop red to today’s grayscale ensemble. Continue reading
I know we still have a few weeks until the spring equinox, but I don’t think anyone told Northern California that. We’re seeing cherry blossoms in bloom, beautiful blue skies, and temperatures in the 70’s. And I am LOVING it! Today was so gorgeous I couldn’t help baring a little extra skin for the sun to kiss. 🙂 Continue reading
I always felt little black dresses was reserved for certain occasions. Date night, a soirée, or girl’s night out. Then I saw a quote by Karl Lagerfeld that read, “One is never over-dressed or underdressed with a Little Black Dress.” That was the only excuse I needed to bust out my pleated LBD on a weekday afternoon. 🙂 Continue reading
One of the best things about my neighborhood is that it’s less than a mile from a farming community. Strolling down country roads flanked with green pastures is becoming my greatest escape. Whenever I need a break from the hustle and bustle of the capital city, I go where cows, sheep, goats, horses, chicken, and even turkeys are more plentiful than people. It’s this modern day Noah’s Ark that inspired me to wear a muted olive skirt today.
A few years ago I saw a movie called Office Space. In this satirical comedy about the work-life of a typical mid-’90’s American software company, a few characters mention something called “a case of the Mondays.” I’d never heard that term before, but when returning to work, after two weeks off, I was struggling with a serious case of the Mondays. Determined to not bring that humdrum attitude into the rest of my week, today I decided to fight back. Continue reading