Polka Dots and Pleats.


I’m a pretty casual dresser most of the time so when I do dress up it tends to be in a more outgoing way.  For example, I love wearing hats to block the sun (since I spend so much time outside) but also love fun patterns so the combo of the two is perfect for me.

Mixing the leopard shoes with the polka dot shirt were a fun way for me to express my more colorful side while balancing everything out with an all black skirt and felt hat.


Pleated mid length skirt with leopard heels.


This isn’t my everyday outfit but it’s a great combo for a day event while we have these warm winter days.

Polka Dot Scare Crow.


I love, love, love being comfortable.  Nothing says it more to me than some good leggings, a sweater, and a hat of the moment (because I love hats).  It’s always good to feel comfortable and also warm enough for running errands or being outside.

(Charlotte Russe boots, Forever21 sweater, Nordstrom’s hat)

polka dots

With the rain (and snow) on it’s way, it will be time to add layers.  In the meantime, enjoy the sweater weather!

Grey Patterns.

IMG_4970Do you ever look at articles of clothing and say those aren’t supposed to go together but they do so well?  I’m not sure if I ever get it right but from time to time when I throw two completely different patterns together, they actually work.  I’m loving large cozy socks and thick knits to keep me warm.

IMG_4965(Forever21 sweater and sweater skirt)

(Steve Madden have great boots for all occasions.  These cut-out heeled boots are on my wish list!  The socks are thick thigh highs from Forever21 scrunched down.)


I say, if you feel good in it then wear it.  Whatever it may be, including mis-matching prints 🙂