I wish I was using this caption to describe myself. However, in this post I’m not talking about myself or any other person. I’m talking about the brand Rich & Skinny. I have a couple pairs of Rich & Skinny jeans and I absolutely love them all. My favorite thing about these jeans is the amazing print on them. They’re just so unique. Not to mention, Rich & Skinny jeans are incredibly comfortable, and I am all about comfort while looking cute. I paired these jeans with all black details: a solid black sweater, black boots, black sunglasses, and a black necklace. No pattern mixing here, as I wanted all the focus to be on these gorgeous pants.
I love these electric blue pants! They’re just so versatile. They can be worn through all of the seasons. I paired them here with a blue necklace, solid grey sweater and grey patent leather pumps for a simple, classic winter look. I also really like these pants with solid black. However, I am looking forward to pairing these pants with a floral or patterned shirt in the spring time. I seriously cannot wait for the warmer weather. I’ve already been planning so many outfits to wear in my head for once the temperatures are out of the 30’s and below!
I am obsessed with these polka dot tights from Express! With the freezing cold temperatures lately, I’ve found myself in pants every single day and I needed to find a way to be able to wear skirts and/or dresses again. I have a few pairs of plain black or nude stockings, but those get boring real quick. These polka dot tights are a simple way to add a little bit of pattern. I like that the dots are very small, so it adds just enough to the tights without being too much. Surprisingly, these are extremely comfortable too and super soft. I highly recommend them to anyone looking for a pair of patterned tights.
This awards season has been one of the worst ones for fashion, in my opinion. I usually struggle limiting my favorites, but it was extremely difficult for me to even find favorites at the Grammy’s. However, there were several worst dressed, just as at the Golden Globes. See below for my best and worst dressed.
I’ve really been slacking with taking some updated outfit pictures due to lots of work and really awful weather here in New York. So, in the meantime, I wanted to share with you some things I’m really into right now. This is a collection of items I am really loving for either myself or my home.
Black Pleated Faux Leather Mini Skirts:
Valentino Rockstuds in Nude:
Sweaters (anything to keep me warm in this brrrrr weather):
Sharing yet another outfit from my vacation in Antigua. I bought this emerald green dress a few months ago and have been waiting for an occasion to wear it. I actually thought the emerald green was perfect for the winter weather, so I was really undecided on whether or not I should bring it with me on vacation to an island with summer temperatures. I chose to bring it and if I was really feeling ti one night I would wear it. I brought a lot of black with me, so I thought it would be nice to break it up with another color. Thankfully the weather in Antigua wasn’t sweltering at night because the material of this dress is a little thick and I would have been some uncomfortable.
I paired the dress with my nude Brian Atwood shoes, my emerald green Bauble Bar necklace, and my gold Michael Kors watch. I kept it pretty simple with accessories because the dress has enough detail on it’s own, between the slit and the sleeves.
I have to say that overall, I was not impressed by the Golden Globes fashion. It was way harder for me to weed out my top WORST dressed than it was for me to pick my top BEST dressed. There were so many bad ones this year and it was really disappointing. Below I’ve listed out the 5 worst dressed and 5 best dressed, in my opinion.
And the number one best dressed goes to…..
I was super excited to find out that this gorgeous house that was part of our daily view at the beach, set on a cliff overlooking Galley Bay/the Caribbean Sea, was a fashion designer’s vacation home. After overhearing us discussing the beautiful home, one of the managers at our resort informed us that the house we were looking at belonged to Giorgio Armani. Armani, as we were told, frequently takes walks up and down the beach strip of the Galley Bay Resort, as his private beach area is attached via a private little walkway. Once I received this information, naturally, I made it my mission to get as close as possible to Armani’s house without 1) being attacked by his security detail and 2) invading his privacy. My boyfriend and I took a walk to the end of the beach where Armani’s house and private beach are situated and the following pictures are what I was able to capture (so chic!).