Archive of ‘How to Style’ category

How to Wear White Pants in the Winter

Once upon a time I didn’t believe in wearing white after Labor Day. What a silly, old rule that I’m so relieved I haven’t followed in a long time. White is the perfect color for the winter months because it freshens up any outfit and accentuates the colors worn with it. Don’t be someone who […] Read more…

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Why I’m Wearing Headbands Again

No headband blog post can be written without mentioning the queen of headband style – the character of Blair Waldorf from Gossip Girl. When it was airing in the 2008ish era, headbands were everywhere and I wore them all the time. I don’t know why exactly I stopped. I know stores like J. Crew stopped […] Read more…

The Wool Fedora

wool fedora in navy – gap Wool fedoras are certainly trendy as you can find them anywhere (even Forever21), and while I usually try to avoid trends, there is something classic about this one. It’s a very Americana western style that I think paired with the right clothes can be very Ralph Lauren – esque. […] Read more…

Ten Holiday Outfits To Copy

I’ve seen a few people do similar posts, and I’ve enjoyed them because it’s nice to get outfit inspiration especially this time of year. I love seeing how other people put together outfits to help inspire my own creativity in my closet. I pulled ten of my favorite holiday outfits from the past few years, […] Read more…

How to Style (& Not Style) Stripes

It’s no secret that stripes are everywhere, and the peak time to wear them is summer! You can see me in stripes often, mostly in my favorite colors of red, white, and blue. These three shirts are my hands down favorite striped shirts. The two outside ones are from L.L. Bean and the middle one […] Read more…

How to Style Gingham Pants

sweater – land’s end / pants – c/o land’s end / shoes – vintage dooney & bourke Who doesn’t love gingham? The pattern is both classic and fun at the same time, and looks especially great in the navy/white combo. Gingham first became popular post World War II and has really seen a resurgence the […] Read more…

How to Transition from Winter to Spring

Next Monday, March 20th, marks the first day of spring even if the weather isn’t cooperating yet. Around the end of February, I grow tired of my winter wardrobe and look forward to bringing out my spring attire. The last thing I want to wear is heavy layers, flannels, puffer coats, winter boots, etc., but […] Read more…

Five Tips to Layer Like a Pro

What the temperature drops, or the weather is unpredictable, layering is essential to ensure you are warm or cool enough. Layering is also a great way to get the most use out of your wardrobe and create new and versatile styles. The five pieces above are foolproof for layering as you can wearing them over […] Read more…

Fair Isle Game

Fair isle is knitting technique named after a tiny island north of Scotland. Its traditional look is perfect for long winters to give your sweater a little extra style. Fair Isle has been around since the mid 1800’s and isn’t going anywhere any time soon. They’re a great look to invest in now and wear […] Read more…

Fall Style Influences

I did a post back in the summer about the four types of “preppy style” that influence my summer wardrobe. I’d like to do the same thing for fall! I pull from all four styles to influence my fall wardrobe and will work them in interchangeable. Ivy League Style A collegiate style that stays true […] Read more…

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