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Top:Forever21|Denim:Citizens of Humanity(similar)|Booties:Acne Studios (here in black)

Dino Petrocelli Photography

Happy Friday Everyone!!

I posted this outfit on Instagram a few days ago, so I decided to put it up on my blog because something may just surprise you!! We have seen this patch trend from the runways to the streets and on pieces ranging from forever21 to designers such as Stella McCartney, Mira Mikati, Anya Hindmarch, and even Dolce and Gabbana.

Whether you want an artsy or more edgy vibe, the decoration and emoji-style detailing will not let you down. You can wear items completely covered or maybe just have 1 or 2 graphics. Pieces from the designers mentioned above may be a bit expensive for most of us, but that doesn’t mean you can’t join in on the fun. The sweater I have on today is under $20, and I don’t think anyone would ever even know. You can even get creative with this trend….I have seen adorable Iron on and Stick on patches…DIY!!

Below, I have linked today’s outfit and several other favorite patched pieces I have fell in love with at all price points. Thanks for stopping by today. Have an amazing weekend everyone!!



Winter Neutrals

Shot by Emily Cloutier

Shot by Emily Cloutier

As you can see I am a huge fan of neutral pieces. While digging through my closet I came across these floral print Free People pants (a little bit of a tongue twister) I have had for a while now. They are more of a gray tone finished with a cream colored print. I paired them with a neutral knit and suede booties for a casual look in this awful weather....which hopefully will end ASAP. 



Skirt: Theory/ Top: Theory/ Boots:Reed Krakoff/ Bag: Balenciaga 

Beach weather and vacation cannot come soon enough. It has been so cold this winter…I just cannot wait until it is over. I am doing my best to get a variety of outfits in even though the weather has been horrible. Todays matching skirt and top is made by Theory. Unfortunately I am not able to show you the sleeve on this cropped pullover…it has long dropped sleeves which give the outfit a very relaxed look. Instead of the matching prosecco colored skirt, I chose the black for a little contrast along with black tights and these low gray Reed Krakoff boots which seem to be a crowd pleaser. You could also choose to wear high boots or even a really nice pump to complement this outfit.