Polka dots have definitely been on the trend radar and although I'm not a huge fan of the classic bold print I do love this abstract, spotted maxi skirt that allows for a subtle play on this trend without being full. on. polka dot. ya know what I mean? I paired it with a cozy gray sweater, cognac o-ring belt, white sneakers, and my favorite blue jean jacket. ★
Basics-- oh how I love thee. They are essential in every wardrobe, am I right? I love how this look plays on classic, basic pieces while keeping it interesting and fun. The pleated sleeves take this top from boring to 'oooh girl, where did you get that?!' Alsooo, it's the softest shirt I have in my closet, like - you need it (+ it's under $20)! The shoes are a new addition to my collection this season. A new take on a loafer that can be transitioned into spring because of the open sides (if you like them grab them fast, they were a little hard to find online).
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>> The jeans linked are the closest I could find to the ones I'm wearing <<
If we don't meet again before Christmas I hope you all have the best holiday spent with the people that mean the most to you. I'm currently in Kentucky doing just that and my little heart couldn't be happier. Watch out for more style content starting in January-- 2018 is going to be good guys! Let me know what you'd like to see more of here and on my Instagram in the upcoming year. I'll have a pen & paper ready to take notes.
Finally in Nashville, the weather has started to be a tad more chilly. Which means the jackets & sweaters, the boots & hats...they're all getting pulled to the front of my closet. Currently, I'm obsessing over this green, embroidered jacket from Target. It's lightweight feel and vintage look make it the perfect on-trend layering piece for Fall.
Hi friends! Can you believe this is my first ever #OOTD post?! I've wanted to start bringing style content to B+S for so long, as beauty's always been the focal point in my blogging world. But we all know, beauty & fashion go hand in hand and with time I've developed a love and appreciation for having your own sense of style and feeling confident in the skin (and clothes) you're in. Fashion can transform your attitude, persona, and overall confidence-- just like with makeup.
Oh, and if you're wondering, I fit into no single category of fashion/style. I wear whatever I feel-- my mood, the occasion, the vibes-- it all factors into my style choices each and every day. I'm so looking forward to sharing my style journey with you guys and hope that you gain a little inspiration (at the very least) to discover your own true style.
Anddd... you'll have to forgive me & the beau for being such newbs when it comes to fashion photography. Any tips or tricks (or feedback in general) would be greatly appreciated.