Many of us will most likely never have a Kardashian style and sized closet, but you can still have a gorgeous, functional closet within your own standards.
Magazines and Pinterest are filled with massive, covetable closets that are essentially rooms within themselves. However, for the great majority, a closet like that is not reality, nor will it ever be. And using those closets for your own inspiration tends to fall short because it’s difficult to mock the setup of a room that is formatted around custom built-ins.
Lucky for you, I pulled together a few closets that are beautifully organized, functional and for the most part, within reach to curate in an average size home.
What a whirlwind red carpet season it has been! I must say, last night was not the best red carpet we’ve seen, but there were a handful of great looks. Here are our top 5 faves – Honorable Mentions, not pictured: Charlize Theron, Camilla Alves and Sandra Bullock.
Kate’s (L-R): Kate Hudson, Amy Adams, Jennifer Lawrence, Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Kevin Spacey.
Steph’s (L-R): Naomi Watts, Lupita Nyong’o, Emma Watson, Sally Hawkins and Jason Sudeikis
Animal print is so prevalent these days it’s beginning to become this fantastic printed neutral! Which who doesn’t love a great print to jazz up a basic look?
However, in my opinion, there is a way to wear animal print that is, um, how do I say this politely, not like anyone on Jersey Shore. Okay, great, you got the visual. That is exactly how I recommend you don’t wear animal print. Why be tacky when you can rock animal print classically?
Yesterday, I paired a muted animal print shift dress I got at J.Crew two years ago with a white honeycomb sweater over it with a necklace that had just enough weight to pop. Then, threw my favorite tan tweed blazer over that. Added black ribbed tights ( it was 20 degrees yesterday, people) and black heels and I was out the door.
Layering sweaters or long sleeve tees over dresses is one of my very favorite ways of maximizing my wardrobe options. Of course, it’s much easier to do with more basic dresses. Though, after styling my animal print shift into a more creative look I’m inspired to rethink my other printed dresses to extend their wear outside of ‘just a dress.’ I’ll keep you posted 😉
A-line silhouettes are universally flattering. The only thing that would make this bold print a-line skirt better: pockets! But, I’m not complaining, the cobalt blue pop makes this skirt a perfect transition piece for winter – spring wear.
For Her: 1) TOCCA Perfumes (our faves are Colette & Margaux), $68; TOCCA 2) Gold Heart iPhone Case, $22; Field Trip/Etsy 3) Our Q&A a Day, $17; Anthropologie 4) Malindi Cuff, $48; Anthropologie 5) You can’t go wrong with flowers! Rose Bredl is a local favorite of ours (prices vary)
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Diane Kruger embodies style. What we love about Diane is that you never know how you’re going to see her: sometimes sophisticated, sometimes sexy. Sometimes casual chic, others, a little retro.
However she decides to dress it up it’s always all her own. Completely effortless and elegant. Yes, even when she’s casually dressed in boyfriend jeans and a long blazer, she radiates elegance. For that, we would hate her, but why hate when you can adore?
Here’s a few of our favorite Diane Kruger style moments.
The endless snow here in Ohio has us dreaming of a long weekend somewhere where laying pool or beach side is the only viable option. That’s why we’re obsessing over these amaze cover ups that look fantastic by the water and even better doubled as a chic shopping or tapas date ensemble on the sandy, sun-soaked streets of your vacation destination. We love maximizing our options 😉
From left to right: 9seed, Mara Hoffman, Theodora & Callum and Milly. All available via ShopBop.
A little inspiration for parties and nights out that require a little added glam during this holiday season. All these dresses are perfect for work parties, get togethers with family and friends and even the office with the addition of a blazer – versatility is key.
This week is dedicated to all things Turkey Day! We love a holiday full of the four F’s: Friends, Family, Food and FUN….and there is also the fifth F – Football!
Wednesday is often a night spent celebrating one’s homecoming with family and/or friends, getting amped up for the impending feast and potentially enjoying some delicious libations! Below are a few looks to inspire your Wednesday attire!