spring

The Print You Need To Wear This Spring

According to Forbes.com, the print you NEED to wear this spring is, you guessed it, gingham. Sure, it’s not like this is a new print and it probably gives you flashbacks of Dororthy,  Gilligan’s Island or perhaps a picnic blanket. This season it’s getting a fresh update that it will make you rethink this formerly preppy pattern. Trust me, I did. I’ve styled this perennial favorite print for many shoots, including a spring fashion editorial a few years ago,
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How To Wear Bows (and still look cool)

I guess you can say my style is feminine but with an edge. I’m not overly girly and if I’m going to wear something floral or “sweet” it better have something that balances it out like black, a funky 70’s silhouette, or an unexpected shoe.  Girly bows are everywhere this season from hair accessories to adorned on shoes. Here’s how to wear bows (and still look cool) this season: It’s all about balance. This floral bow blouse was a
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All The Warm Weather Feels With Lou & Grey

  If you had to describe my style, it would probably be effortless ease with a NYC influence. It was a match to partner with Lou & Grey this season because that’s basically their vibes. This season they launched their “Garment Dye” collection, which a dying technique that makes the clothes look effortless and broken in. If this city girl does color instead of my otherwise black wardrobe, it’s exactly the way I like to wear it. I
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Transitional Spring Pieces

  Is it just me or do you tend to get cold even when it’s 70 degrees out? I’m always cold (except when I was pregnant or breastfeeding!) so I tend to want to wear transitional spring pieces when Josh is dressed like we’re going to the beach as soon as it gets warm out. I partnered with Banana Republic this season to try some of their transitional spring pieces this season. I opted for this effortless and
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