Sometimes just the right statement piece makes the outfit … and in this case, I think two statement pieces did the trick! Starting with some black basics, I added this Lafayette 148 NY Topper and Hester Van Eeghen clutch for a sharp city chic look.
Of course my blog is mostly fashion, but fashionistas love a beautiful setting and I couldn’t resist giving you the WHOLE scoop on the delightful Sands Hotel and Spa!
Recently I spotted this adorable Tommy Hilfiger blouse on the Macy’s website and couldn’t resist it … cute floral pattern, bell sleeves, crochet insets … yes, yes, and YES!
I had Monday off work this week, but I dressed up for breakfast with the Bay Area Fashionista, and thought this outfit would make a great work look too!
Who do you think you are? What message are you sending to the world? To yourself?
In parts 3 & 4 of my Wardrobe Building series, we talk about how your wardrobe both supports and creates your identity and lifestyle.
If you’re new to the series, you might want to catch up by reading Part 1 & 2, Silhouette and Color.
What you wear sends a signal to the world about who you are. I don’t think that’s overstated at all. And most importantly, we tell ourselves who we think we are by the way we look and dress. What message do want to convey to the world? And what message do you want to be sending yourself everyday?
Comfortable sandals are a must-have for spring and summer, and I got to try out the newest arrivals from Soft Comfort and Secret Celebrity, sister brands who are all about affordable style and comfort! As a busy teacher, it’s so nice when shoes are comfortable enough to wear for a day of teaching on my feet, followed by a nice long walk for a couple of rowdy dogs.
This blog post is sponsored by Soft Comfort and Secret Celebrity shoes. All opinions are all my own.