It's Holiday party season, time for cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and spreading that holiday cheer. If you are like me, there are parties you can't wait to attend and the ones you wish you didn't have to. No matter the dress code, the holidays can be your time to shine. Here is some outfit inspiration to keep you looking your best through the New Year.
Oh, how I love summer! No matter how chic fall fashions are, the idea of being able to throw on a great dress and some sandals has its advantages. Earlier this week I was invited to a lovely dinner cruise by IHG Rewards, the loyalty program of Intercontinental Hotels. This cute and colorful striped dress seemed like the perfect outfit for sailing the Hudson. If you are looking for a fun way to mix up your stripe game, find a print with a multi-directional pattern for a flattering look. I got this dress in a last minute deal from Last Call Neiman Marcus (similar styles below). Since it's so striking, a neutral shoe and bag is necessary to keep the outfit from looking too busy. Check out my upcoming post to see how we enjoyed our evening with IHG Rewards and the Share Forever promotion.
Style Star of the WeekKerry Washington may be known for taking care of all the Scandals, but this fashionista had the red carpet handled with this bright blue stunner. She was photographed at the 2016 ABFF Awards in a brilliant cobalt blue gown, simply styled with an elegant satin gray clutch. In honor of the Oscars happening this weekend, I am giving you an opportunity to get this look for your next big appearance.
It's cold and snowy outside, but for every bride that has ever dreamed of a white wedding, now is the perfect time! If a winter wedding isn't for the bride and groom, so you may be traveling to a warmer climate to hear the couple say "I Do". No matter the time of the year, figuring out what to wear to a wedding isn't always easy. But to be the best dressed guest, you have to be chic from head to toe. Turn "almost" as many heads as the bride with my stylish tips.
Finding cute, well-made, throw on dresses is always one of my top priorities when it's time to update my summer wardrobe. It gets so hot and humid during the New York summer, so you want to stay cool while still looking chic. This Greylin Osten Sleeveless Sundress with an open back panel is casual enough to wear running errands around town, but also fashionable enough for brunch or an afternoon out. When trying to beat the heat while on the go, I hate wearing a lot of heavy jewelry because I feel like it weighs me down. So I kept it simple with my accessories, including this Jamie Joseph necklace from Greenwich Jewelers. Whether you are wearing wedges or flats with this outfit, I recommend keeping your footwear a neutral color to maintain this minimalist look.
There is no one like Diane Von Furstenburg. Her ability to create some of the most interesting prints and silhouettes season after season is what has attributed to her success. My DVF (for short) Reina Dress was perfect for my last trip to Florida, the vibrant print fits right into the colorful landscape. You don't need too many accessories with this look, so I just kept it simple. My favorite pair of Via Spiga wedge sandals go well with this Roman inspired look. Outfits like these are memorable, so don't be tempted to make this a go to look!
Finding clothing that is versatile, comfortable, and stylish is rare, that is why this fashion post has me so excited! Jia Li, founder of Jia Collection, has designed an unique line of reversible pieces that can be worn both front to back AND inside out, to show 4 different looks with just one piece. I traveled to Florida with this Erika dress and found it had the added benefit of being wrinkle free too. Jia Collection is the perfect solution for the busy mom, traveler or any woman looking to easily create different outfits without buying several pieces. I styled this look with my Via Spiga sandals and my favorite vintage clutch.