…here are some quick tips to take your casual look to dressy with a simple switch of a shoe and tie.
For a nice casual look: pick a solid sweater that can layer over a button up with some kind of print. Wear a shoe that compliments a neutral color in your printed top.
To dress it up: Switch out the shoes for a dressier pair, and add a tie to the printed top- but tucked behind the sweater. If your overall look has more muted colors, try adding a subtle pop of color with the tie. Simple and quick.
Winter and chill has not left us yet, but spring will still be on its way. A great way to begin your wardrobe transition is mixing chunky sweaters with florals and patterned skirts. Wear with warm leggings and boots, or some high wedges and heels for a fancier look.
Last week continued the many creative fashion shows in San Francisco. Denise Berry attended & covered the show ‘Fashion Digitized.’
Keeping with the futuristic theme, I styled her in a structured top with strong lines, but still wanted that feminine touch. So, I chose this sequin vintage top with an asymmetrical hem. The look is a statement in itself so I chose a neutral patent heel and kept the jewelry to a minimum.
Denise Berry attended an amazing fashion show during San Francisco’s fashion week. I wanted to style her in something fun, classy, and high fashion.
I love this powder blue fit and flare dress. The color looks great with her skin tone, and the cut-out paneling gives the dress just enough edge yet still being very feminine. The heels are a black patent peep-toe platforms by Guess. Since the dress is a statement in itself, I wanted to keep the jewelry minimal; so I chose medium sized simple diamond earrings. Finishing off her look with a sleek high bun compliments the style of the entire outfit.
I really like the full skater skirts that are in trend right now. They are easy to pair with pretty much any top. Usually i’ll wear this top casually with jeans or shorts but wanted to try it out with a fuller skirt.
My friends and I were in Vegas for the weekend on a business trip for our company, Arbonne. It was the first time being there for me and my friend Michelle. Well…I fell in love! I love Vegas and didn’t want to leave!
I took a lot of pictures, but here are just a few of the fashion highlights here:
We came across what I think is Louis Vuitton’s version of the Russian stacking doll..and with out a doubt the most expensive version. These are their classic monogram, hardsided suitcases. It really is quite stunning and beautiful in person.
This guy was stylin’ annnd real! Which I didn’t realize until after I videoed him and saw a blink. Note the pile of dough at his feet, good job man!