Showing posts with label floppy hat. Show all posts
Showing posts with label floppy hat. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Faux Lace & Leather



Hello lovelies!! Hope you all are enjoying your Tuesday. Today, I'm channeling my inner Rachel Zoe. This look is perfect for Saturday or Sunday brunch with the girls! Cause friends who brunch together stay together ha! Brunch has been and always will be one of my favorite past times. Now back to Rachel...I love everything about Rachel Zoe's effortlessly, chic boho style. She most definitely makes my list of fashion icons. And, who says you can't wear maxi skirts in the winter?! I don't know if that's a rule, but if it is I"m totally breaking it. Sorry not sorry! Winterizing a patterned maxi dress or skirt or really any maxi is easily doable! Just throw on a cozy, floppy brimmed hat and leather motto jacket and you are set. Oh so chic, and oh so fab all in one! I had been looking for the perfect, little black shoe to wear this winter for some of my work day looks, and scored these Nine West heels at a huge post Christmas sale going on at Nordstrom Rack. I love the intricate detail of the "lacey" look and the fact that I could probably wear these for the winter and possibly the spring season as well.

xoxo,
Shauntel

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Navy is the New Black

Dark Denim Jeans: The Gap. Navy Sweater: The Gap. Crossbody: Kate Spade. Plaid Blanket Scarf: Fiore Boutique. Floppy Hat: Versona. Nude Peep Toe Booties: Nine West

While black on black will always and forever remain classic, timeless and slimming...these days I'm really loving the navy on navy combo. It gives you the same slimming affect, but with more of a wintry warmth. For me, the winter season is all about layers, warm neutrals, blanket scarves and floppy hats. You can always find one or more of these elements in my day to day casual attire during the winter months. I scored this blanket scarf at a local boutique here in Charlotte. I've been seeing this plaid number all over social media so it was a no-brainer when I laid eyes on it. It's cozy, versatile and can be paired with solid neutrals, or I also have the option to pattern mix- my favorite :) What's your signature winter piece?