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rue Saint-André des Arts

Hi everyone!!!

I am so excited to be back on the blog today with a new outfit and even more excited for the weekend! Today’s look is one that can take you from day into night. As I am sure you have realized by now the bomber has taken over the fashion world, and it doesn’t look like it is going anywhere very soon. As the temperature begins to drop…coats, jackets, and layering pieces become non-negotiable, and the bomber is the perfect off-duty/cool piece for those on the go.

The bird embroidery and gathered effect on today’s jacket makes it a must-have piece in my opinion. Underneath I layered a cotton tee with lettering graphic “rue Saint-André des Arts” and a ribbed-knit midi skirt for a trendy, yet casual look. If you are looking for something a littler on the warmer side, check out the matching sweater or similar sweatshirt linked below.

Does anyone have any fun plans this weekend? My best friend will be home Friday and I can’t wait to go out, have fun, and just laugh. You know those times…when you are laughing so hard, feel like your gaining a 6-pack, and have tears coming out of your eyes? Those always make the best memories. Have an amazing day everyone!! Friday will be here soon enough.



Feelin Foxy

Classic buffalo check =a no-brainer. It has such a cold weather feel to it. Today I paired an oversized wool checked scarf with a similar style down vest, which is perfect for layering. The pattern just gives off feelings of warmth.

If you are feelin foxy then this hat is a must!! It is too cute with its face just peaking out over the cuff and detailed with rhinestone eyes, a faux fur pompom on top, and tail in the back. Have a wonderful week everyone. You can shop this look below:

Heart of Gold

NYC Street Style


Dino Petrocelli Photography

I tend to forget how unexpected and cool gold outfits and accessories can be. Most people only experiment with sparkles and sequins around the holidays, but there are so many different ways to incorporate gold into your look.  I have had this skirt in my closet for so long and have never had the chance to wear it. It was a sample sale find at Alice and Olivia. When I got these Chanel pink felt short boots for my birthday I could not wait to pull it out!! They are probably one of my favorite editions to my fall wardrobe so far and they added just the right amount of color to this fun look. I was able to tone the skirt down a bit by pairing it with a white blouse, yet the gold hearts keep the outfit cohesive.

 Don’t be afraid to add the sparkle or sequin for day wear and remember... “A little party never killed nobody”. 

Rubber Fringe

Shot by Dino Petrocelli

Seems as though we’re up and down these days weather wise but I am continuing on looking forward to spring. A little sun and a little slush is where we are headed now…so I will just put on my new hunter fringe boots, which I think I can make work with just about anything. That’s how smart they are. The new fringe style adds a touch of boho and I have decided to pair them with this nautical striped dress and let the fringe fly for a bit of a fun look. You have the option of letting it be loose or with the strap around the bottom you can secure it down. I added a pair of over-the-knee socks, a great scarf for some added color and my J.Crew army green jacket…a little unexpected. I am good to go for the day and don’t have to worry about ruining any of my shoes!

Minimalist Look


Dress: Theory/ Jacket: Alice & Olivia (Older)/ Booties: Miu Miu (Older)

There is just something about dressing in all black that just always looks and feels so cool. Whether it is how chic it is, easy to pair, or perfect for layering, it differs for everyone, for me, it always makes me feel sophisticated. This black dress from Theory forms to the body and is finished with a ribbed turtleneck and cap sleeves for a very minimalist look. I love pieces like this that work anywhere and everywhere and offer a simple solution to getting dressed. I paired it with my metal tipped suede ankle boots and studded bomber jacket for an edgier look, which is a little bit different for me.