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Runway- EACH x OTHER P F 15

The seasons are quickly changing.  EACH x OTHER‘s Pre-Fall 2015 collection is channeling the 21st-century mod trend.  The looks are well tailored, heavy on classic prints and a nod to an androgynous vibe.  Jackets are the focal point for each look– with fur coats, pea coats, blazers and layers of jackets together.  I love their choice of prints for this season, using an array of stripes, plaids and a classic polka dot printed look.  If this collection has anything to do with it, matching pants suits, cardigans and leather jackets will be taking over your closet this season– and we can’t wait.

Which EACH x OTHER look is your favorite?

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Rows upon rows


Yesterday, I took on Yamhill County’s vineyards with my sister.  Inspired by the rows of vineyards, stripes were my style-kick of the day.  I love the mixture of stripes in this shirt– it’s playful yet still classic and simple.  To add a little texture I choose a lace pair of shorts to compliment the tee’s fabric.  The key to accessorizing a busy look is to keep things simple.  Silver jewelry and white strappy sandals were the perfect polishing pieces.  This Oregon heat is one to be noted– hello 102 degrees– but thanks for not having insane humidity.

What do you wear wine tasting?

Shirt: Old Navy, Shorts: H&M, Sunglasses: Oakley
Sandals: Sam & Libby, Earrings/Bracelet: Rocksbox





(images via Dawne Hanks)

Taste the grapes

Everything- taste the grapes S 15

Hold up!  I’m switching things up today on the blog in preparation for my wine tasting trip here in Oregon.  My stand-in photog–– is shooting me today in the glory of Yamhill County’s wine country; tune in tomorrow for my outfit of the week.  But today, we prepare.  Wine tasting is all about enjoying the outdoors, the refinement of the tannins and the community of people sharing in the experience.  With this in mind, I’m all about a breezy look that can withstand the nearly 100 degree temps and still is classy.  Here are a few pieces that would fit the bill for a day among the vines.

What’s your wine tasting style?

Dress: Milly
Fedora: BP Nordstrom
Earrings: BaubleBar
Flats: Loeffler Randall 

He’s so cute

Everything- He's so cute S 15

The day has finally arrived!  Today, I’m meeting my adorable nephew the golden child of the family for the first time.  Everyone, meet Otis Wayne.  Since I normally post about menswear, I found it fitting to show off some of my favorite mini-menswear pieces.  Rompers aren’t just for adults, although I’m pretty sure we stole the concept from childrenswear.  As much as my style is all easy-breezy, I love the playful prints and cool accessorizing there is for kids now.  Check out my favorites and tune into my social media for a first hand glimpse of the adorable little man.

Where do you shop for kids clothes?

Romper: Rags to Raches
Hat: H&M
Pants: H&M
Oxfords: Cole Haan 

Off I go again

Everything- Off I go again S 15

This evening I’m headed off to Oregon.  It’s always the pre-flight struggle to find something comfortable and cute, while wearing easy-to-slip-off shoes  silly security lines.  As I was finishing packing and getting everything set up for my flight, I browsed around for a little style inspiration.  Here are a few of my favorite types of pieces for flying: maxi dress, scarf, watch and sandals.  These pieces are easy-breezy and all serve a purpose besides just looking cute.  Now, which book will I read first!  See you on the other side of the continent.

What are you go-to travel items?

Maxi Dress: Topshop 
Scarf: Mulberry 
Watch: Fossil 
Sandals: Loeffler Randall 

See by Chloe

Runway- See by Chloe P F 15

It’s about that time for pre fall clothes.  See by Chloe‘s Pre-Fall 2015 collection is calling my name.  I love the textures, colors and silhouettes in each look.  Perforated fabrics are one of my favorites, as they convey an interesting play on depth.  See by Chloe used perforated fabrics in a number of looks, paired with complimentary fabrics to really make the looks pop.  Boxy silhouettes were the main shape for this collection.  These silhouettes were forgiving and compelling, without needing to be revealing.  The styling in this collection is also to be noted– I love the underlaying blouses, contrasting prints, fringe boots and braided denim accents.  The smallest of details can really complete a look.  I can’t wait to channel my inner See by Chloe style this season.

Which See by Chloe look would you wear?

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