Pattern Play

[top: madewell (want this for spring) jeans: joie (similar trousers here) jacket: marc by marc jacobs shoes: stuart weitzman (want these too) bag: alexander wang (love the black too) jewels: jennifer meyer, alexis russell, c/o amy waltz designs bracelet: tory burch

Ever get stuck in a fashion rut? That’s how I’ve been feeling the last…who knows how long. It’s easy to fall into the trap of wearing the same things, especially when you’re busy and feel as if you have no time to plan out your looks (which isn’t ideal considering I’m a blogger!). I have a huge closet full of things that don’t get the attention that they deserve. So since I had a pretty low-key weekend in comparison to the last few, I pulled out some old favorites to style and wear. Of course I ended up with a polka dot and stripe combo—two patterns that I always seem to go back to.






All Black Everything


[dress: reformation hat: topshop shoes: house of harlow jewels: jennifer meyer, alexis russell, c/o amy waltz designs bracelet: tory burch]

I’ve always been a huge fan of Reformation, but recenetly I’ve found myself becoming more and more obsessed. I can’t step foot into the store without wanting to buy everything and shopping online is even worse! But it was my birthday last weekend, so my boyfriend surprised me with an impromptu shopping outing after brunch. I think I tried on ten things but this dress caught my eye immediately. It’s like a blouse/dress hybrid and to say I’m in love is a complete understatement. It’s safe to say that I’ll be living in it for the next, who knows how long, but a long time.





Everyday Trousers

[top: reformation bottoms: theory shoes: madewell bag: madewell jewels: jennifer meyer, alexis russell, c/o amy waltz designs]

I’ve never been a huge fan of jeans, so I’m always on the hunt for other pairs of pants that I can wear. A few months back, I came across these amazing Theory trousers, and the rest is history. Not only are they incredibly comfortable, but they’re so chic! I’ve never been too fond of dress pants, but these feel different. They’re modern and the subtle pinstripes make them feel more elevated than a typical pair of silk bottoms.