• Styling Saturday: Drab to Fab

    Since we’re heading into Fall (so excited!), I thought I’d put together an outfit with some warmer pieces that shows it’s SO EASY to make an outfit more interesting. Although I love really simple pieces and ensembles, if I ever feel like an outfit is lacking something, I try to add a pattern to mix it up a bit. This outfit is pretty chill. I love the contrast of a chunky sweater with leather. AND then we have some suede in here too (leather and suede is another one of my FAV combos, as I’ve said before). However, it’s pretty blocky, and not in a good way. To break that…

  • Styling Saturday: Drab to Fab

    The outfit on the left is pretty chill for a casual day around the house or running errands. But, I wanted to mix it up a bit and put a little of my flare into it. Autumn Cashmere / Sweater – This sweater is soooooo soft and comfy. What really attracted me to it was its versatility. I love how it’s somewhat slouchy so it can be worn pretty casually. But, I also loved that I could see myself dressing it up with possibly a cream pair of slacks and nude flats on a chilly Spring day. It’s pretty breathable so it’s perfect for lounging around the house when it’s…

  • Styling Saturday: Drab to Fab

    This is one of my all-time favorite dresses as it can be styled so many different ways. (I bought this dress a couple years ago so it’s no longer being sold. But, I’ve linked some similars below.) It’s a little underrated because, at first glance, it’s pretty boring, ordinary. But, when paired with the right accessories, it can become anyone’s favorite piece in their closet. Here, I styled it pretty simply, as most people might style it: very relaxed, comfortable, and simple. But, below, I added a few pops of color and accessories I’ve had in my closet for years and I changed it from a boring dress to an…

  • Styling Saturday: Drab to Fab

    This old O’Neill dress is definitely a favorite of mine although it always reminds me to order a size down with O’Neill. Despite its large size, it’s super comfortable yet feminine. If I were on the go, it would hold up on its own with a simple pair of flipflops. But, to make it go from drab to fab and make it an outfit, I added a few styling pieces. O’Neill – As this dress is old, I found a super similar one. As a reminder, I would try a size down. O’Neill’s clothes tend to run a little large. Urban Outfitters – Firstly, because it’s a little larger on me, I…

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