When I was sent the newest holiday collection imagery from Ann Taylor I fell in love. I adore the casual cozy meets glamorous look they created. Granted, I may not be slipping into sequin trousers this Christmas (more like leggings), I WISH I could wear all these outfits!
I saw this picture on J.Crew Factory’s page and LOVED the feel of the casual plaid short with the skinny jean and sexy strappy heels. Nothing looks better than mixing casual and dressy- mostly because you looks festive but are pretty darn comfortable!
I pulled together a few options for this look to help you start planning for holiday drinks, date nights and girls gatherings!
I love all the cozy, natural tones fall brings in New England. And I love fall clothes! So why not combine the two? Here are two outfits based on two fall staples- a great faux fur vest (saw this one in person and it’s GOOD) and a statement necklace made with natural materials like leather and wood (I bought it this week and love it).
When we went up to Ipswich for the weekend last week we brought along with us a few favorites from the J. McLaughlin fall collection. I saw this plaid poncho (the hottest silhouette for fall for sure) in their preview booklet they sent to me months ago, and wanted it something fierce! It’s the perfect fall topper for anyone, but especially for pregnancy! It kept me warm and cozy and most importantly, comfortable.
I have always wanted to have my own boutique. Obviously adding that to my already insane to-do list is too much, so when M. Flynn approached me about doing a pop-up shop in coordination with my jewelry collection with them I leapt at the chance! They renovated an amazing little space off their gorgeous store and we filled it with brands I’ve collaborated with as well as some local companies I just love. We had our party a couple weeks ago but the shop is open until December 25th so please pop in if you are in the South End shopping! Perfect for holiday gifts (yes, we need to start thinking about that!)
We set the table with my new collection with Jill Rosenwald (including brand new hand-painted striped dinner plates!) We made a centerpiece out of greens and jewelry (and used some The Ropes Maine bracelets as napkin rings, of course).