While I have no problem collecting the perfect little black dress, the perfect little black skirt is a different story. I have always had a hard time finding a skirt that fits well and also come in black, until I came across this one at Anthropologie. I could not resist the chance to finally wear this skirt on the first day this spring above 60 degrees. This skirt is perfect for me because it fits well in the waist and flairs out so it is comfortable and easy to move in. This skirt is going to be a staple in my closet for a long time! xoxo
This year celebrates the 40th anniversary of Diane von Fürstenberg’s wrap dress. Through April 1st, The Wilshire May Company Building in Los Angeles, is hosting a free exhibition called The Journey of a Dress. This exhibition is all about the famous DVF wrap dress and the launch of the Andy Warhol and DVF collaboration and the invention of the pop wrap dress.
“I was 26 when I created the wrap dress. Its success allowed me to become the woman I wanted to be. Women often tell me why the wrap dress has also been important to them. Now, we are collecting stories and photos from women all over the world.” Diane von Fürstenberg. Submit your wrap story here. xoxo
I love it when I can find something I love for half the price, honestly I will take any discount. These are some of my favorite things that are currently on sale! Some are even up to 50% off the original price! xoxo
The “Queen of Shoes”, Sarah Jessica Parker, has finally released her personal line. The SJP Collection, sold exclusively at Nordstrom, has shoes for every occasion and in every style. My personal favorites are the “Lady Pump”, pictured above in red and the “Carrie T-Strap” in nude. Visit nordstrom.com to see the full SJP Collection! xoxo
Jennifer Lawrence in Dior // Jennifer Garner in Oscar de la Renta // Amy Adams in Gucci // Lupita Nyong’o in Prada // Sandra Bullock in Alexander McQueen // Portia de Rossi in Naeem Khan
There were so many gorgeous dresses at the Oscars last night! These six just happened to be my favorite looks. Jennifer Lawrence looks stunning in red and this Dior gown is so flattering on her figure. The side peplum helps give her a little extra curve and the simplicity of the dress makes it a classic. Jennifer Garner rocked the 1920s flapper look in Oscar de la Renta. The silver fringe was so unexpected and Jennifer pulled it off with ease. Amy Adams fair skin and hair tone looked stunning against the matte navy Gucci. The straight column cut is flattering for her figure and I love the detail in the neckline and her earrings. Lupita Nyong’o looked like Cinderella in light blue Prada. She has rocked the whole awards season with classic silhouettes and colors that compliment her skin tone so well. Sandra Bullock wore a flattering navy Alexander McQueen that was a simple yet shape-giving silhouette. Portia de Rossi rocked the halter neckline and the laser cut look in Naeem Khan. When it comes to award shows, especially the Oscars, I think the simple and flattering look is the best and these six women stole the show! xoxo