Well, it’s no secret… I love sexy suiting! I know most women think of the office or workplace when they hear the word “suit,” but to be honest, I hardly ever wore suits to work. I always opted wearing them for dressier events. There are so many ways to dress them up and mismatch pieces. This particular look I put together for only $150 (minus the shoes).
My jacket is from forever 21 and is sold out, unfortunately. However, there are a couple of other fun options here or here!
My pants are from Ann Taylor. You can find them here!
Shell options here or here.
My choker is from Aldo. Find here.
My shoes are the Stuart Weitzman (Nudist) in platinum color. Find here.
My bag is something I bought ages ago from Macy’s. I found something similar here.
You should still be able to pull of this look for close to around $150 if you wait for Ann Taylor to do one of their 50% off purchase days which is actually quite frequent!
I’m happy to help you if you are looking for some more options! Please feel free to email me anytime! Happy Shopping 🙂
This post may be a little challenging as I turned this longer denim shirt into a dress. I am only 5’0″ tall, so it is easier for me to wear things like this without any bottoms. If you are taller, and don’t feel that the length is comfortable… I would suggest doing a pair of leggings or even a pair of skinny jeans in the same wash underneath it. I love easy pieces like this for a busy day out! Casual outfits don’t have to be boring. Add things like a fun jewelry or a cute cross-body to give your outfit some extra sass!
Denim dress is from H&M
Bag is the Givenchy “Pandora” bag
My espadrilles are Chanel (black and beige canvas) from Saks Fifth Avenue. Contact an associate for purchase as Chanel does not sell online. Here is another budget friendly option to complete the look.
Watch is the Gomelsky 36mm double wrap from Shinola
Sunglasses are Ray Ban
Please contact me for any questions!
Happy Shopping! 🙂
**In the streets**
I remember a time when classic button downs were only meant to be worn in a fitted manor, underneath a professional suit or with a fitted skirt. Well, ladies… times have changed! You will notice that I add a lot of edge to my wardrobe and this is a perfect example of that. The material of this button down is amazing. It has a great feel and goes well with a pair of ripped up boyfriend jeans. I chose to add a touch more flare to this outfit by dressing it up with a pair of tie up heels.
You can find my top here at Aritzia.
My jeans are the “girlfriend cut” from Express, and are unfortunately sold out. However, I found some great alternatives here.
Tie up shoes are Steve Madden, “Christey” in Taupe Suede. Also, sold out, but check these other options out here or here.
My bag is the Givenchy “Pandora”.
My sunglasses are Tom Ford “Ronnie.” I purchased mine from Saks Fifth Avenue, but they are sold out there unfortunately. I was able to find them on sale at Sole Eyewear, here.
Please contact me if you have any questions or need additional assistance!
This has to be one of my favorites as far as outfits I have worn. I wore this particular one in Paris, France when I went to go see a cabaret show at Crazy Horse. I love the sexiness of a romper paired with the edge of fingerless gloves. Working for Chanel really enhanced my passion for Karl Lagerfeld’s vision, and his fingerless gloves are a staple!
My romper is from revolve, but it is unfortunately sold out. I found a great alternative for much less here.
My jacket is from forever 21. Similar style here.
My shoes are the nudist heel by Stuart Weitzman. Sold out at all major department stores, but I found some on zappos.
Bag and gloves are both Chanel Official. My bag is a WOC (wallet on chain) and gloves are from 2015 pre-fall collection. Here are some great alternatives that are much more budget friendly: here or here.
Please email me for any further questions or assistance you may need! Happy Shopping!
“There will come a time when you believe everything is finished. That will be the beginning.” – Louis L’ Amour
“Life beats down and crushes the soul and art reminds you that you have one.” – Stella Adler