It’s official… my little sister starts college today! I am so excited for her (and very jealous haha) and hope she has a wonderful first day at Iowa State. This weekend I went back to some of the classic pieces I would wear to class end of August and throughout fall. These included flouncy skirts, casual tops and a scarf, statement necklace or hair pieces, and of course a pair of sunglasses! Simple, smart pieces always made it easy for me to get ready in the morning. Anyway, clearly not wearing these pieces to class anymore, but that doesn’t mean I can’t wear them on the weekends! Yesterday I paired my mustard yellow casual top with my red flouncy skirt, a leo print scarf and wedges for an easy-going Sunday. Hope you all had a wonderful weekend!
Happy Cinco de Mayo! Tribal/Aztec prints are perfect for the celebration, so I’ve rounded up some of my favorite tribal inspired pieces for under $50! Hope you are all having an amazing weekend, and if you are celebrating Cinco de Mayo, Cheers! Hope it is wonderful!!!!!!
With the warmer temperatures, my straw fedora and black strap wedges have been the first items to make an appearance from my spring & summer wardrobe. Today’s snakeskin is all in the details… a vintage gold shimmer snakeskin scarf and a sequin, snakeskin clutch. With a pair of boyfriend jeans and a sheer nude blouse, this outfit’s staples could easily become my spring uniform for casual Fridays and the weekends.
Oh how I wish I could buy and make room for all of these pieces in my closet!!!!!
So today I wanted to share three outfits incorporating neon yellow… neon yellow is by far my favorite of the neons as you will be able to tell in these photos… I have a few other neons in my closet, but these yellow pieces (and a neon yellow scarf I have) are my favorites. I am calling this post Neon Details: Part 1 because this is my take on more winterized outfits as far as the colors and the layering/tights. Neon Details: Part 2 will be coming sometime this spring when I can step outside with bare legs and smile, rather than run back inside as soon as possible because of the chilly weather.