This weekend was a real beauty, the kind that makes you want to be outside as much as possible to take advantage of the better weather. The perfect excuse to break out these embroidered heels.
Denim on denim can be a really good thing, and I’m certainly not above a “Canadian Tuxedo” (or “Texan Tuxedo”) when done right. But lately I’m really loving the pairing of a chambray shirt and denim jacket, especially when matched with a full skirt for a casual daytime look that’s ready for date-night.
My latest closet must-haves are graphic tees. They’ve always been on my radar (and in my closet) but it feels like more so than ever I’m drawn to them, so of course, this Batman tee was recently added to the collection. And with a silky military jacket and flaring skirt it feels playful without being too childish.
Yesterday I was involved in a fun project that focused around spring, so I felt inclined to combine a few of my favorite warm weather details, bare legs, white embroidery, and denim jackets, with some colder weather elements like cashmere, layers, and suede. I did eventually add black leggings to the look for heading out in the evening, but hey, it gets cooler when the sun sets, and it was fun to embrace the weather so many of us have been longing for.
I took full advantage of the snow day yesterday, happily spending my time indoors in comfy black pants and a short-sleeved sweatshirt, and would have been just fine not leaving the house at all. The bf has been wanting to see Gravity for an awfully long time though, so since it was rereleased in IMAX at our local theater, we decided to have an impromptu Monday night date night. Not wanting to depart from the comfort of these ponte pants, I instead decided to add a silky top under my warm top, threw on some fiery heels, and a little “ice” accessory. Yup, I’m revisiting the thumb ring, and loving the way this one adds just the right touch of sparkle.