Tweet This summer in Atlanta has been particularly miserable. Between the non-stop rain and the attack of the killer mosquitos, I felt like I’d moved to the damn rain forest. The arrival of fall doesn’t necessarily mean we’re in the clear. It will probably stay hot and nasty for another month or so, but […]
Posts tagged "Transitional Style"
Tweet When I bought this tropical print skirt, I loved it as a trendy piece, but I definitely didn’t expect it to be so versatile. I mean, the print is ummm, bold to say the least. But, it turns out that this little number goes with all the bright basics in my closet. Go figure! […]
Tweet With a Printed Tee Camo is all the rage right now, and the print is a match made in heaven for leather. But, any printed tee will do. The camo + leather makes for an edgy combination, but more feminine print would offer a nice contrast! Or try a graphic or slogan tee. Get […]
Tweet Happy Friday! Are you ready for the weekend? I know I am…except I’m kinda bummed because it’s supposed to rain AGAIN. This has been the wettest summer ever, and I am so over it. On the bright side, the temps have been cool enough over the last few days to break out some of […]
Tweet Last week, I talked about breaking the rules and wearing your spring and summer brights NOW! Well, I thought it would be fun to follow up that post with a side by side look at how I wore the same bright printed skirt in the summer and the fall! I think the fall look […]
Tweet Hello beautiful people!! Danielle over at The Style and Beauty Doctor (where I am a fashion contributor!) loved my Transitional Style post last week so much that she asked me to share some transitional style tips in my weekly fashion segment over there. Of course, I happily obliged! So, head on over and check […]
Tweet My girl Trina has been asking me to do more posts on remixing. (In case you missed it, go check out my guest post on her blog – 4 Ways to Wear a Black Pleated Skirt.) Since we are starting to transition into fall, I thought it might be fun to do a series […]