Austin Fashion Week wrapped last Saturday after a week long schedule of events ranging from a fundraiser for Greyhound Pets of America – Central Texas at Red Stella Salon to runway shows at the Austin Music Hall. The Finale was a sold out event, complete with the coolest dressed people I’ve ever seen. After traveling the country a few times over, I can safely say
I’ll be honest–most of my wardrobe at this point has its origins in a Goodwill bin or on a thrift store rack. I very, very rarely buy something brand new, and what I do have that’s new is usually from my mom. Though she instilled in my a deep love for bargain hunting, she for some reason hates that I bargain hunt. It’s a mystery
Monaco Sandals, Lainey Wedge, Ashley Wedge, Isabel Wedge, Minnetonka’s moccasins are the only shoe I’ve ever bought twice. I got my first pair of brown suede moccasins in college about ten years ago, and I wore them into the ground. They were super comfortable, matched with shorts, jeans and certain skirts and dresses. They were some kind of magical. Last year I remembered my love
items available in my online shop Thrifitng is a huge part of my life, so much so that I’ve even turned it into a business. I started thrifting in high school and often came home with vintage scarfs and shawls, much to my mother’s dismay. After I graduated college, I combed the thrift store to find wear-to-work pieces. Today I thrift just about everything, from
Today I’m kicking off a new series called Get the Classic Look where I’ll share how to get a classic look. And what better way to start it off than with Audrey Hepburn? I adore Audrey’s style because it’s casual, elegant and simple all at the same time. I’ve always loved this photo of Audrey sitting by the river with the city in the background.