Need an easy outfit that takes little effort but still looks chic and polished? Of course you do. We all do! My no fail outfit recently has been bold trousers tempered with all black. This time around, I went for my favorite color … red (besides black or gray, or course.) I went with a sheer turtleneck, blazer, pointy heels, and funky glasses to add some edge to the whole look. Watch my look of the day below and subscribe to my youtube page right here!
Bold stripes have popped up on the Spring runways for the past several years — and it’s easy to see why. They’re undeniably cheerful, a bit nautical, and most definitely patriotic, which makes them the perfect warm weather pattern. I’ve been itching to get my hands on a bold stripe piece for awhile, so I was delighted when I saw these high-waisted culottes (which are my new obsession.) Daring? Yes, but definitely worth the risk. I paired them with a fitted, cobalt blue top to balance out the voluminous pants and show off a little shape. Then for the shoes, I originally reached for white two strap heels, but then last minute switched ’em out for these tangerine sandals. What do you think of this look? Let me know!
For starters, this trend is not for the shy! It takes a lot of confidence to pull this off. I like to think that I have a ton of confidence, especially since I am an on-air host by trade and you kind of have to in this profession, but just a few seconds into the application of this basically black lip color, and I too started having doubts.
The vice? Too Faced’s Melted lip color in villain. I find the name of this color so incredibly perfect, and I’d be lying if I didn’t say I kind of felt like the Hamburgler while rocking this shade (a villain who steals burgers is the best kind of villain, after all.)
DIY: Hanging Vases
I recently celebrated my birthday and it was the first party I’ve thrown at my new home! It was a backyard garden party, and it definitely fit the bill. I wanted to create a bohemian ambiance full of good people, great music, and lots of nooks and seating places for my friends to converse.
My favorite touch? These adorable hanging vases I made that hung beautifully from the trees — and they literally only took me 5 minutes to make!
Step 1: Purchase glasses vases and twine