Monday, September 22, 2014


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Hello! Today, I debuted my new backpack that I received the other day courtesy of AttachaPack. AttachaPack sells customizable backpacks. They come in various different prints and colors and three different styles: the Henley, the Chase and the Tinsley. Finding your perfect backpack is typically very difficult but AttachaPack makes finding your perfect backpack easy as they allow you to design it yourself. 

I began to design my backpack by choosing the style. I went with the Henley backpack which features one medium size pocket. The Henley backpack retails for $49.99. For the base of the backpack, I selected a forest green color, ideal for autumn. For the pocket, I couldn't resist selecting the leopard print pocket. 

I am very pleased with the backpack I designed; the quality is incredible, I love how I was totally able to customize the backpack and the shipping was very quick. If you are in the market for a new backpack, I would definitely recommend checking out AttachaPack. The customizable feature gives the backpack a feeling of luxury. 

I styled the backpack with a neutral sunflower print dress to play up the leopard print on the back pocket. I layered the dress with a knit sweater and opaque tights to make the dress suitable for the fall weather. Black Doc Martens completed the look. 

Knit sweater: Forever 21
Sunflower dress: Publik c/o ShopLately
Opaque tights: Urban Outfitters
Combat boots: Doc Martens
Forest green & leopard backpack: c/o AttachaPack

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Bohemian Inspired

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Hello! This look is by far one of my favorite looks in a while. Recently, I've really been inspired by the bohemian, free-spirited trend and today, I decided that take that inspiration and build my outfit around it. Breezy layers, textured knits and 70's silhouettes are a few of my favorite characteristics of the bohemian trend. I attempted to incorporate those characteristics in this look.

I styled this look around this pair of bell-bottom patterned pants. These pants are very 60's/70's influenced and probably one of my favorite items in my wardrobe currently. Besides accentuating my legs and oozing style, they are incredibly comfortable. 

I styled a slouchy, burgundy knit sweater with the pants emphasizing the colors in the print of the pants. This knit sweater is also one of my favorite items in my wardrobe. I love the combination of textures in the sweater as well as the oversize, breezy shape. Ideal for layering! 

To further enhance the 70's vibe, I slipped on a pair of tan flatforms. Of course, I also love the boost that these babes give me. I can't help but keep reaching for these flatforms again and again (as you can probably tell based on my recent outfit posts.)

I accessorized with boho, stone rings and wooden earrings but they aren't exactly visible in the photos. Oh well!

Hope that you guys are enjoying this fall weather as much as I am! 

Burgundy sweater: Urban Outfitters
Printed pants: Forever 21
Tan flatforms: Steve Madden

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

3 Ways to Transition Your Summer Wardrobe to Fall

Summer to Fall

Option #1: Lightweight dresses in pretty prints dominated my wardrobe this summer and I'm certainly not ready to store them away for next spring/summer. Instead, I plan on working these dresses into my wardrobe this fall/winter. One of the great thing about dresses like the one pictured above is that they are immensely easy to style and layer. For a crisp fall look, pair one of your summer dresses with a heavy knit cardigan, knit socks, heeled ankle booties, a statement necklace and a classic bag in a fun shade.

Summer to Fall 3

Option #2: Oh, how I love my flatform sandals! While these are definitely more of a "warm weather shoe," neutral-colored flatforms can also be styled with a classic sweater and black denim for a minimalistic fall look. Add a bit of prep to the look with tortoiseshell sunglasses and watch. Dark lipstick adds the final autumnal touch to the look. 

Summer to Fall 2

Option #3: Think that you have to abandon your printed shorts just because fall is approaching? Think again! Bring your printed knit shorts out to play this fall by pairing them with a pair of thigh high socks and cozy knit in a chic autumnal color. Accessorize with a shade of bold lipstick, statement necklace and classic crossbody bag. Trendy boots complete the look.