This time of year my inbox is inundated with holiday offers of huge savings. I normally trash them but for some reason I clicked on one from the Gap. I wasn’t taken with anything for me, GASP! I was however really into some of their girl’s clothes. Not in a creepy way though, more in a “why don’t they make this in my size?!” kind of way. They make some seriously fun clothes for girls now.I would totally wear this. Pair it with a plain tee, some dark tights and flats for a flashy daytime look or add some heels and spaghetti strap tank for night.For some reason I have become obsessed with giant heart sweaters. This tee is so sweet and fun with all the different colored sequins.
This chevron sweater kills me. I love everything about it. It conjures up images of sipping cocoa after hours of playing in the snow. All I need is some dark skinny jeans, furry boots and a red hat and scarf. (and some snow and time off to play in it)
This color block sweater dress is sophisticated and fun. I love the color combination and the buttons on the shoulders. I was going to order this for my niece but they only had it left in an extra large. Which made me wonder if I would fit into an extra large, which made me wonder what would I do if I was wearing it and ran into an actual 8 year old who was also wearing it. AKWARD
I tip my hat to you Gap. Is it weird that I just wrote an entire post about wanting to wear clothes made for little girls? Oh well, if loving Gap girl’s clothes is wrong I don’t want to be right.
I recently completed a huge closet cleanse where I got rid of over half my wardrobe. It was crazy how much I gave away but it’s crazier how much is still left. Experts say to spend on quality over quantity but for me that just does not work. If I can wear an item more than once to work without it getting bleached out or stained with color it’s a miracle. So spending a lot of money on my work clothes is crazy! Yet I still have to look amazing at work so I like shopping at stores like TJ Maxx, Forever 21 and Banana Republic Outlet. These stores are fantastic because they’re trendy, inexpensive and decent quality. This means I can look great at work and not cry if I ruin my outfit.
I’ve been trying to evolve my style to a more simple, classic and edgy look. I tend to gravitate towards more girly and overly feminine pieces which is really pretty and I still like for my non working wardrobe. My work look is more about fitted tailored pieces that are easy to mix and match but still have a bit of interest to them. I’m also trying to switch to a more black/grey/white/cream color pallet which is huge for me. Here are few items that have caught my eye.
These boots have a slight wedge heel and are perfect for the end of my work day when my feet are killing me but I have that one last client.
I love these black velvet pants. The fabric makes them different from all my other black pants and I love the skinny cut. Plus I have the same heels shown with the pants so I know I have footwear that will work with them.
These heels are so fabulous! I love the pale color and the pop of metallic and the platform is the secret to wearing high heels all day while standing. If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me how I wear heels all day I would be a billionaire, no lie.
This blouse is more in line with my casual wardrobe but I think I could make it work while working. I love the color blocking and pleating that’s going on. I am a huge fan of this style especially on the days wear you’re just not loving your mid-section.
I’m thinking of wearing this beautiful dress to our Christmas party. How fun is the color? I think it’s perfect for the holidays and I’m obsessing over the scallop pattern. Plus you can’t beat the price.
This cashmere hoodie is day off comfy perfection. I can just imagine cozying up with a cup of coffee and a good book after finishing up errands and then snuggling with Matt on the couch while watching football. However a cashmere hoodie is not in my budget so unless someone wants to gift it to me I’ll just dream about it and wear my old worn out hoodies.
I am in love with everything about this sweater. From the navy and green contrast to the adorable elbow patches. It’s preppy in a really fun way.
These Hunter rain boots cannot get any more perfect in my book. I love how tall they are and if you haven’t noticed they are my favorite color! They’re definitely an investment piece for me because I don’t like to spend that much money on an item that I can only wear in certain weather. I am thinking that this would make an excellent reward. I’m trying to come up with a fitness challenge for myself and use these as the prize. It needs to be difficult but doable and something that will work with my schedule . Any suggestions?
So where do you guys like to shop? Have you changed your style recently?