Spring Sale Picks

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Nordstrom has some awesome sale pieces right now that will fit in for a style-perfect spring wardrobe. I have gathered my favorite items (that have made it onto my wishlist!) to share here but I encourage you all to check it out for yourself!

White Button Front Skirt 

Button Front skirts are so trendy right now (loving the 90’s throwback!) and this white version is different and perfect for spring!

Striped Skirt

I was drawn to this skirt because it reminded me of something J. Crew would carry, but after I clicked on it I discovered it’s uniqueness! The sides of the skirt cut up a little giving this skirt a more edgy feel!

Mock Neck Dress

I have a few mock neck dresses but they are definitely more appropriate for winter. The fun pattern and airy fabric of this dress make it more suitable for spring!

Chambray Shirt Dress 

I have been searching for a good denim dress for the spring and this one caught my eye! I love the high/low feature and how well it pairs with white sneaks!

Lace Up Espadrille 

This shoe combines the casual style of espadrilles and the trendy aspect of lace-ups. I think the mixture is absolutely a shoe-win!

Lucky Brand Sling Back 

These were just too pretty not to include! Open toe booties are the perfect transition shoe for spring!

Utility Jacket 

I am seeing utility style jackets and vests up and down the blogosphere! I like the details on this one, especially the cinched waist!


Swing Dress + Cape


This weekend I ventured out with a best friend to take advantage of the mild weather and snap some photos for the blog (and her up and coming writer website!) I was so excited to (finally) sport by camel cape! The poncho/cape trend is super hot right now and I could jump on board without breaking the bank with this one. I bought the cape and swing dress from Shein.com. I am extremely impressed with the quality of the items for the price (both are $15). I know many bloggers have raved about this site and I happy to join them! The swing dress is a rich, pretty red that is perfect for the holiday season! My only complaint is that it is a little short but I think with black tights it would be perfect! The cape is amazingly warm. I actually wore it out at night to go ice skating and I was completely comfortable.



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boots-Lucky Brand (old similar here)

Merry Christmas! What are you wearing for the holidays? 


the best plaid fashion finds

The best plaid fashion finds

So I know plaid for the fall/winter/cold times is not in anyway a particularly “new” trend but I am still L-O-V-I-N-G it! That being said I am tired of seeing the classic flannel shirt tied around a sweater-dress clad waist. So I have taken it upon myself to find some unconventional ways to rock some plaid (I know such a sacrifice, right?). I am personally obsessing over the watch and keychain!

watch / Target

planner / ModCloth

loafers / Nordstrom

umbrella / Brooks Brothers 

scrunchies / Target

duck boots / Shopbop

tote purse / Dooney and Bourke 

keychain / Etsy

boot cuffs / Grace and Lace

Fast Fall Flashback

Here’s a quick post about my first day of fall outfit. Unfortunately it was still 80 degrees here in the Bluegrass so my outfit couldn’t be as fall-esque as I would have liked. Nevertheless I put on a little plaid to at least get in the spirit.

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Shorts: J. Crew Factory {exact here}

Plaid shirt: Urban Outfitters {similar here and here}

Shoes: Toms {find them here}

Bracelet: Isle Coast {exact here}

Lexington Blues


IMG_6714I was fortunate enough to go on a mid-week dinner date with boo. He was so adventurous and took me downtown to a little hole in the wall with the BEST macaroni. I love discovering new places to eat and hang out! Lime Stone Blue had a collection of different mimosas to try and I had to get the Rose with Lemonade! So refreshing! And then what’s dinner without dessert? We hit up the new Crank and Boom location in the warehouse district and devoured some Bourbon and Honey ice-cream. Talk about yum. If at anytime you are in the Lexington area you must stop in both these places! If not for the awesome food and drink then for the artsy photo-ops! 🙂

Jeans / American Eagle 

Peplum top / J. Crew (exact one found on Poshmark)

Sandals / Jack Roger

Necklace / Lauren Conrad

Kentucky Bracelet / local Boutique Rose and Lime (similar here)

Blue Bracelet / Bourbon and Boweties 

Purple Bracelet / Bourbon and Boweties 

Purse / Michael Kors

Work Ready: What I Wore

I had to go to work today and to an meeting with a professor (college life, right?) so I decided to look presentable today. Which means tomorrow I can look like a scrub! See how that works? Anyways here’s some of my outfit highlights that make it worth it to be put together:


I am IN LOVE with patterned flats. I want these in every color/pattern/fabric but unfortunately I bought them years ago. 😦 They are hands down the most comfortable loafer I have ever had. And look how well they pair with my Michael Kors tote bag! I found that at Nordstrom Rack for a cool $200. Not bad, huh? The shoes are Fossil.


Arm candy is my favorite! I wear my rose gold Fossil watch on the daily. Best investment ever. The pearl bracelet is from Charlotte Russe (who knew?) and accents my pearl ring quite nicely. The bracelet that looks kinda like snakeskin (at least that’s what I have been told) is a Lily and Laura. Check them out here. I love stacking them!

IMG_5568The rest of the outfit:

short necklace: Etsy

long necklace: Old Navy

blue tunic: J. Crew

Jeggings (are those still a thing?): Express

Bet on It: Derby Season

It’s spring lovely people and do you know what that means for the folks of the bluegrass? Horse racing! Before college I had never been to the track even though I resided in the horse capitol of the world. It just wasn’t popular in the area where I lived. When I arrived at college I was pleasantly introduced to the glamorous world of Keeneland. Its lush green pastures and bright white farm sense beckoned to me like the emerald city itself. From that moment on you could say I was hooked along with my other greek and non-greek friends. Opening day has since become a tradition and is begun at the earliest in the morning. It starts by carefully curling your hair and meticulously applying the perfect face of make-up to stand-up to a harsh day of warm sunlight and a fresh breeze. And then comes putting on your dress. This dress had probably been purchased weeks or even months beforehand to wear for this specific event and you have been dreaming about putting it on with your best wedges to go bet on the horses. And truly this is the main event because not just any dress makes it to Keeneland. It is most likely pastel or flowery and is modest so that it can be perfectly paired with a monogram or pearls. I never turn down a reason to dress up and this is no exception. In addition to a bomb dress, a few other essentials are necessary:

  1. Croakies. Preferably in your favorite Lilly pattern and attached to your favorite pair of sunglasses (mine are brown tortoise Rayban wayfarers) Get them here
  2. A big sunhat. These are not as popular as they are at the Derby and Carolina Cup but I believe they make any outfit better! Get one here or on etsy!
  3. Shoes. Don’t take this lightly. Shoes can make or break an outfit. If there’s not a pair of chunky wedges that match your dress, Jacks are always a safe bet! Get the pair here
  4. Money. A little bit of money to bet on horses make the whole day more interesting. Just bring five dollars to bet on two horses. Its fun to have some stakes in the race! Who knows you might even have the winning ticket!

Unfortunately for me I won’t be making opening day this season (sad sad face) because I will be out of town. But don’t worry I will be going to the races and I will be sure to post an outfit update!

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