A Fall color combo that you can never go wrong with is mustard yellow and burgundy. Maybe it’s because those are the colors of fallen autumn leaves, it’s a warm and flattering combination on anyone.
I just bought this sweater skirt from Target and I’m pretty obsessed. It’s cozy and feminine and goes with so many seperates. These Steve Madden booties are last season, but I’ve linked up a similar pair up top. Cowboy (or cowgirl) ankle boots are always a fun way to add personality to a fall outfit.
And how cute is my Charming Damsel headwrap? It’s simple enough to go with tons of different outfits and the color is perfect for Fall!
Living in Miami, it’s hard to give up florals for the good of a season. Luckily, a girl doesn’t have to. With a little bit of seasonal styling, florals can work all year long. I recently came across this neoprene floral crop top at Hollister Co. and I had to have it. I knew adding this top to my Fall wardrobe would be a great idea; the colors make the print easy to work for this season and even into Winter! Disclaimer: Yes, it’s probable I’ll be wearing crop tops into the Winter season. Miami winter = 70 degrees. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
If the weather stays warm through the end of the year too, don’t be afraid to rock a crop! Just play with your other pieces to give your outfit a seasonal feel!
P.S. Can we talk about these GORGEOUS heels?! I’ve linked up the three colors they come in. I had the hardest time choosing! These are the type of heel that go with any and every thing. I may go back and pick up another pair in a different color
If you’re like me, you love a multipurpose food. Something that doubles as dessert and yummy breakfast? Count me in. These donuts are sweet enough to hit the spot after dinner and not to sweet enough to pair with a warm cup of coffee in the morning. You’ll find the Early Grey Tea flavor is subtle, surprising and oh so welcomed. And as always, baked donuts are a great alternative to fried. So, dig in!
Preheat the oven to 350°F.
For the donuts: Open one tea bag, and pour out the leaves into a small bowl and crush with a spoon.
Steep the other tea bag in the hot milk for 5 minutes. Using a fork, poke at the bag to get as much flavor out of the leaves. Then throw away tea bag.
In a medium bowl, combine all the dry ingredients. In another bowl, combine all the wet ingredients.
Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients, and stir just until combined.
Fill the donut pans with the batter. Bake them for 10-13 minutes, until a toothpick inserted comes out clean.
Fall is officially here! While I am so excited to be breaking out the warm hues and cozier clothes, there are still so many pieces from my Spring/Summer wardrobe that definitely deserve some more wear before they get pushed to the back of my closet. Most of you probably feel the same way and want to still get some use out of your Summer clothes during Fall. The solution is simple and fun! Get creative in ways to take a separate that is Summer and match it with another separate that is Fall.
That’s exactly what I did with one of my favorite pastel crop tops and my new autumn floral palazzo pants. Bandage crop tops, like the one I’m wearing here, are still going strong in the trend world-so no need to push them aside just because they are pastels or bright colors. It’s easy to mute these type of colors with more subdued and warm hues like the ones found in my pants.
These pants were an amazing find at T.J. Maxx. The high side slit is such an unexpected aspect, I love it! While you may be able to find this exact pair in store, here is a similar pair found on TJ Maxx’s website here.
So go ahead, mix it up and get extended use out of your seasonal favorites!
Can you all believe today is the last day of September? Time is just running by it seems. But I have to admit, these next months are my favorite of the year-the holiday season is right around the corner! (happy dance ;))
Anywho, this t -shirt dress is one of my favorite style of dresses in my closet. You know I love versatility, so when I can wear a dress 3 different ways…that’s a dress I need. I’ve worn this dress once before with no belt, just slouchy goodness with a pair of statement heels. Wearing it in this post with a belt cinches my waist and shows a little more leg-so I went with a more simple heel. Not a fan of horizontal stripes? I hope it’s not because of those “horizontal stripes make you larger than you are” nonsense, because the truth is that depending on your size, you can shop anything with horizontal stripes, just be aware of the width of the stripe. Since I’m petite, I tend to choose thicker stripes. If you have a fuller frame, then go for a stripe that is thin.
These dresses are great canvases for accessories. I like to pair stripes with longer necklaces, for aesthetic reasons. I always felt that a short necklace makes the outfit look choppy. Longer necklaces elongate you and fall more subtly on the stripes!
I hope you have a wonderful week ahead of you, be back here soon!
For those errand filled days packed with store hopping and maybe a lunch date in between, a feminine and lightweight dress is the perfect piece to wear. This dress from C.C.Lake, is one of those girly dresses that is just right to slip on when you have a busy day, but don’t want your style to suffer. It’s simple enough to have fun with accessories, like I did by adding my Kelly Green sandals, but the subtle print gives it a fun twist all on its own.
And can we talk about the adorable bow back? When wearing a dress with a surprise back like this one, sweep your hair up in a messy pony and let the dress do all the talking!