Ballet. // 4.26.15
Top: Zara; Pants: Urban Outfitters; Sunglasses: Quay; Shoes: Louboutin; Bag: YSL.
When getting ready for a trip to Florida, I started shopping around for a new pair of shades and came across this Quay Eyewear, an awesome company out of Australia. I purchased a pair of these cat-eyes sunglasses, and I’m obsessed. Since I was going to the ballet, I paired them with this blush top from Zara and white jeans.
She Rocks Awards at the Anaheim Hilton. // 1.24.15
Dress: HeartLoom; Necklace: Nordstrom; Shoes: Louboutin.
Last weekend, I was honored with an award that supports women in leadership roles in the music industry. As soon as I found out there was going to be a red carpet, I started planning what I was going to wear. I went with this loose-fitting, LBD from Heartloom. It had a boho vibe, but still looked chic with classic black Louboutins for the red carpet. (Please excuse the selfie. All the shots I could get my hands on cut off my legs.)
New Year’s Eve. // 12.31.14
Top: Nordstrom BP; Pants: Lucy Paris; Shoes: Louboutin.
Usually I don’t blog an outfit beforehand but I’m making an exception for NYE … New Year’s Eve has always been an excuse for me to leave the house bedazzled in sequins (which, if it were socially and fashionably acceptable, I would wear everyday.) This year is no different. I am pairing a pair of Lucy Paris sequin leggings with a plain black tee for a laid back, yet sparkly look.
The Nutcracker Ballet. // 12.21.14
Skirt: Akira Chicago; Top: Nordstrom; Jacket: Nanette Lepore; Bag: YSL; Shoes: Louboutin.
I channeled my inner Carrie Bradshaw this weekend when I attended The Joffrey Ballet’s performance of The Nutcracker. I paired a gold top from Nordstrom with my favorite look for this holiday season — a huge tulle skirt. While it definitely spilled over into the seat next to me, this skirt screams holidays and looked great paired with a wool Nanette Lepore blazer.