Colorblocking has been around for years but I have been seeing it pop up around magazines and websites as a spring trend (Instyle + Refinery 29 agree). It is an extremely easy style to adopt and can effortlessly be adapted to your personal taste. I love a good minimal look – I hate fuss, wearing too many different things, and I very rarely change my jewelry out. So for me, a colorblocking outfit entails wearing solid items that are easy, comfortable, and with very minimal accessories. You can take this trend and be as minimal as you want or as crazy as you can, trust me, it has all been done! Just make sure your pieces are of different color but similar tones. Actually, scratch that. Right now anything in fashion works so whatever you feel like wearing – wear it and make it your own! I could totally see someone coloblocking with a neon top and dark solid bottoms. Hmmm, maybe I just got an idea! Enjoy!

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outfit details || ABI Curve Hem Faux Leather skirt (on sale for $19), Lena Oversized Cocoon coat (on sale $38), Kate Faux Suede Over-the-Knee boots, J.Crew Tilly  sweater

accessory details ||  Ray Ban Wayfarer sunnies in black via Smart Buy glasses c/o,  Jane Pope Thin Twig ring c/o, Dana Rebecca Lauren Joy necklace, Celine bag

Grey Matters

Do you have those outfits that are your “uniform?” I mean the one you can grab without thinking, or probably opening your eyes because you wore it yesterday. This one would be mine. I am embarrassed to say that I can’t count the number of times I have worn this look the past month. Ya, that much. It is funny how this outfit actually got photographed. I brought two looks to feature (which were shown last Friday and this Monday) and then that was it. I changed back into my standard daily outfit I was going to wear to shoot Molly and run errands in- which happened to be the same thing I had been wearing for weeks – “my uniform”, this look. As I was photographing Molly I decided to shoot this last outfit because it was just about the realist I could get! And isn’t that what you want to see? Bloggers in their natural habitat. haha, just kidding! Too many animal shows as a child. But really, this is me in my everyday, hum drum, minimalist style. I am humbly sharing the outfit you all have most likely seen me running around Dallas in one million times! But hey, self-deprecation is never a bad thing!

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outfit details || J.Brand Moto jeans (designer similar on sale || frugal similar), High Top Converse sneakers, Monrow t-shirt (my favorite t-shirt), Zara Robe coat (similar under $115)

accessory details ||Ray Ban Classic Aviator in black, Hermes bangle, Ellie Jay ‘H’ ring

Wall Decor


I get really bored with decor easily. Especially in my office. Since I spend most of my days sitting at my desk I always feel the need to change things up a bit. For what seams like a lifetime I have had the same Celine art hanging behind my desk. I actually made the artwork from tissue paper which came with a bag I bought so I really love it. However, when something is hanging for too long I tend to get bored with it. I also wanted a way to display items that I do or don’t wear frequently. Combining the two needs – I got my “hanging wall”. It is such an easy change (only takes a few nails) and it completely revamps the dynamics of the office – which I needed! I can interchange the products on the wall so I am constantly getting change, which I love. While I am still working on the correct dimensions of where everything should be hung, I am quite happy with the progress! Instead of waking up, coffee in hand, and walking into an office I have sat at hundreds of times, I now feel like I am in a totally different room. A small change, but a might one!

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