Texans don’t have the luxury of four seasons. We have winter and summer, and even then it’s hard to tell when one ends and the other begins. During these in-between seasons, wear a light wool blazer or sweater, and pair it with something you can cool off in underneath.
This wool-blend green blazer is a favorite of mine. Blazers are my obsession pieces in clothing, and likely because I’m a business major so I spend my days trying to look cute and conservative. I strongly believe that anything can be paired with the right blazer.
Today’s outfit is an in-between attire. While the blazer is very much a fall look, the lace tank and lace-lined skirt are summery. To top it, I put pearls on pearls. Southern girls love their pearls, and my boyfriend actually did something right when he bought me a matching pearl set for Christmas.
Being back in Texas has been a weather shock from spending the week in the snowy mountains; instead of snow, I trekked through some rain today.
Something about rainy days makes me want to wear dark colors, but today I decided to go all nude.
I wore my Emilee Cargo-Pocket Shirt Dress with my suede Enzo Angiolini heels, and accessorized with a conservative brown tote purse and thin gold watch.
Forgive the dysfunctionality (definitely not a word, but roll with it) of my blog.
I’m still getting the hang of this widget and CSS nonsense.
Anyways, today is the day I leave for my New Mexico ski trip!
I will keep everyone posted on my amateur ski moves.
Welcome to my first blog and blog post.
As you all know, Spring Break is here. For some, it has already come and gone; however, for those of us who are just getting started, finding the right look for your trip can be tedious.
If you’re anything like me, then you probably have an online shopping addiction; also, any event or trip requires a new wardrobe that will be worn once… maybe twice.
My boyfriend, Brad, and I are going to New Mexico to ski for the first time. And no, we do not plan on attending a beginner’s class.
I foresee a lot of falling and grabbing onto something with my life.