Work Outfit: Rachel Roy dress & leather jacket

 

   I’ve realized that most Monday’s I wear all black. I’m pretty sure it’s my subconscious coming through saying “Mondays stink- so let’s dress for a funeral.” Regardless, I’m trying to incorporate more color. Dark colors at least. Baby steps right?
      Per usual, I’ve got my leather jacket close by. Despite it being close to 100 degrees, my office is freezing, so I always have some kind of jacket/blazer close by.
Dress: Rachel Roy
Jacket: h&m (similar here )
Shoes: Dolce Vita
Ring: gift (similar here and here )
Bracelet: gift
Necklace: forever21

 

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Mustard sweater and polka-dots

       Let me start by saying my boyfriend HATES these jeans. I mean… LOATHES them. So needless to say, I wear them every chance I get. Truthfully, I’d live in them if I could. They’re the comfiest pair I own, and I don’t care if they make my butt look like I’m wearing a frisbee as underwear!
I’m also coo-coo about this hat. I’ve already got my money’s worth out of it and I know I’ll be wearing it all throughout the summer.
Anyways – I hope you all have a FANTASTIC weekend – I won’t be posting for the next two days because we’re heading to Sequoia National Park. I admit, I am NOT a camper and have always said the only reason you’d find me hiking is if my plane crashed and I need to hike to civilization. I also believe that humans created cities to protect ourselves from nature. So, this should be interesting. But we’re going with great friends and it’s supposed to be gorgeous! At the very least – I know the conversation/laughs are going to be epic – and the s’mores unforgettable (Even if I come back covered in sunburn and bug bites!)
Jeans: JCrew (old but these are similar )
Shoes: ZARA (old but found here )
Sweater / Blouse: Forever21 (also love this version of polka dot blouse)
Ring: h&m
Watch: American Eagle
Hat: Vintage

 

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Leopard and Floral

 
 

  
    I love mixing prints, and one of the easiest ways is with leopard and floral. Truthfully, leopard print shoes in general can be considered a neutral and pretty much go with anything. With work, I typically have to wear fitted dresses (as flowy clothing tends to not look so good on air) and they usually need to be bright colors. But this dress adds a little something more – without being too busy in front of the camera.
    As for what tonight’s plans are – besides posting… I’m trying to get my flight plans together for VACATION! I haven’t been on a real vaca since… holllly smokes… I can’t even remember! I’m not complaining though. I’ve had a lot of great trips with amazing friends and unforgettable experiences. But, going to the beach for a week with family and just being a lump on a log. Oh man. That’s heaven and I cannot wait! Which makes me think… I deserve a new bathing suit. Off to online shopping I go….

But before I leave, click here to hear the song I’ve had in my head all day. In case you haven’t heard, there’s a new Michael Jackson album out. The tracks were recorded before he died. The music is mixed by major music produceders including Timbaland and L.A. Reid. Enjoy.

Dress: One Clothing
Shoes: Nine West (similar here and here )
Jacket: h&m (similar here )
 


   
    
    

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Bungalow Clothing

 This is Lauren – she owns her own modeling agency here in Vegas and I’m pretty sure she’s killing it. I just met her at this event and she’s as sweet as can be!
Dress: J Crew Shoes: Chloe
 
 Here’s Jennifer! One of the talents behing Bungalow Clothing. I loooove her style.
 

     I was invited to this get together at Vdara here in Las Vegas on behalf of Bungalow Clothing and was stunned with all the amazing clothes/accessories they have. Plus, anyone that offers you a glass of wine when you walk in the door is the perfect host in my eyes.
     For those of you that don’t know, Bungalow is a company that basically sends you items to try and whatever you don’t like you send back. Whatever you DO like, they just put it on your card and you keep. You can either pick things out from their website, or they have their stylists send you a “cart” of clothes. They pretty much just bring the dressing room to you. Plus, you don’t have to pay for shipping!
     This would be perfect for the lady who doesn’t really have time to go shopping, hates trying clothes on in dressing rooms, and wants their own personal stylist. They’re also incredibly talented at putting things together.
      So how do they know what you like? You just fill out an online style profile on their website. Seriously takes 10 seconds – and it’s free! Check it out!
      P.S. Tomorrow’s Friday! Time to celebrate.

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