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!
The weather this season has been so temperamental, one day it's hot and then the next it feels like fall again. That is why I love this Catherine Malandrino Anorak Jacket (similar to a parka, an anorak is a jacket with a hood). With this chic layering piece, I am prepared for any weather that spring throws at me while still looking very much in season. This bold pattern only needs simple neutrals and coordinating colors to set it off. My white jeans go perfectly with my matching beige wedges and handbag. The rings from Greenwich Jewelers pick up the blue and white from my jacket and really pop on my hand.
I have really been loving the prints this spring. Since I don't usually go for the traditional floral motiffs, this abstract brushstroke blue inspired Vince Camuto skirt is perfect for me. I paired this with a simple black Elie Tahari blazer from one of my suits to create a look that works for the office or a ladies luncheon (yes I said luncheon). My Oryany handbag, from Neiman Marcus adds a fun pop of purple to compliment the blue. My crystal locket from Greenwich Jewelers makes the look more contemporary and the Jamie Joseph clear statement ring ties everything together.
Spring is here in full force, so why not have a bit of fun with some colors that are not typical for spring. When I realized that these Joie Coated Denim pants were actually olive and not black, I knew I had to have them! My paintbrush print inspired blazer reminded me of what feels like looking thru a kaleidoscope. The blues, oranges, yellows, and greens work together to create this beautiful print. I am wearing white and blue geometric shaped jewelry from Greenwich Jewelers. With so much color, I kept my bag and shoes neutral.
You can easily turn a sporty look into something chic with the right styling and accessories. My track suit inspired look is adorned with Sorellina black and diamond jewelry from Greenwich Jewelers. I grew up wearing DKNY, it was my go to brand for almost everything. For years, I felt like they lost their edge, but I was shocked with how much I loved this DKNYC Dip Died Jacket. I paired it with these Pink Tartan Track Pants, elastic ankle pants are very popular this spring and give a sporty feel to the look. My Dolce Vita cutout booties were purchased last season and are still very much in trend.
I almost called this post "A Walk in the Park" but thought it may be a bit much since I am wearing 4 inch heels! Nonetheless, I just love the simplicity of this white Aqua Sweater with Chiffon Detail ($78) paired with these stacked Marcia Moran Necklaces from Greenwich Jewelers. I would wear this outfit to a brunch/lunch with my girlfriends since it has this casual yet well styled feel to it. I am wearing some of favorite high heeled sandals by Alexandre Birman, which I got on sale a couple of seasons ago. I found a similar pair below along with a bag to match! Happy Spring!
This season is all about shades of blue and coral. These celebs have taken this trend one step forward by wearing these hot colors in a floral print.
Elizabeth Banks is in an exquisitely lace embroidered pale blue Monique Lhuillier number that she topped with a sleek coat and pastel Stuart Weitzman sandals.