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ruffles and fringe

August 3, 2017 • By

Ruffles and Fringe

Ruffle Top

Ruffles and Fringe

Blue Ruffles

Ruffles and Fringe

Ruffles and Fringe

Blue Ruffle Top

Ruffles and Fringe

Blue Ruffle Top

Ruffles and Fringe

Ruffle Top

Ruffle Top

Cotton Candy LA Ruffle Shirt | Zara Knit Shorts | Celine Sunglasses | Stitch Fix Bag | Zara Shoes

 Maximum style with minimal effort is what I am all about. On those days when you’d like to embody a life of leisure but act the exact opposite, pick an outfit slightly resembling sleepwear. Dress it up with granny heels and a statement bag and call it a day.

The trick to executing this oh-so-comfy look is all in the details. I like to choose a few on trend but subtle accents to spice up the ensemble. In this case, those accents come in the form of ruffles and fringe. Who knew the two could live together in harmony?

Not being one to shy away from bohemian accessories, fringe is no stranger to my wardrobe. Ruffles, on the other hand, are a new addition to my rotation. This season, they seem to be out in full force! Their ability to turn an otherwise basic garment into something effortlessly feminine (not to be confused with girly) is not lost on me. I especially love a good structured ruffle, like the one on this Zara skirt. It most definitely adds an element of edge on top of the already feminine feel. With the sheer amount of ruffle styles available right now, there’s surely something for everyone. Have you embraced the frilled life?

-Madison


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emerald jumpsuit

May 17, 2017 • By

green jumpsuit

green silk jumpsuit

jumpsuit green

silk madewell jumpsuit

emerald jumpsuit

jumpsuit tattoo

jumpsuit

green madewell jumpsuit

Wearing: Madewell jumpsuit and bag, Bamba swim top/bra, Matisse mules, Karen Walker sunglasses

I have to say, in all the busy-ness that is my world right now, there is something to be said about the simplicity of a jumpsuit. One and done and out-the-door. It is one chic outfit rolled into one. Seriously, it can’t be beat!

This one is from Madewell (shocker) and fell in love with it the second I tried it on! Usually, I am not one for exposed décolletages, but in this, it just felt right. I also recently purchased a chambray wide leg version from one of my favorite locals stores, and I am just dying to find the right occasion for its debut. I mean, is there a wrong occasion for a jumpsuit?

-Madison

Photos by Robert Paine

Style

bohemian babydoll

May 10, 2017 • By

Printed Babydoll Dress Fringe

Printed Babydoll Dress OTK

Printed Babydoll Dress with Black Accessories

Printed Dress Boots

Wearing: Mink Pink babydoll dress (old), Tony Bianco OTK boots (similar), Zara bag, Karen Walker sunglasses

There’s nothing easier to throw on than a printed, flowy, short babydoll dress. I wear this bohemian one frequently with slides to run errands or with booties to grab a quick drink. The other day for a quick night out, I wanted to give the dress a more dramatic effect so I paired it with these over the knee boots by Tony Bianco. I love these boots so much but I think I am going to need a more versatile pair soon! The peep toe makes them hard to wear during colder months and the leather lining makes them SO HOT during the summer. I usually wear them during that sweet spot when the weather is mild.

I remember lusting after over the knee boots when Rodarte first debuted a pair in the A/W 2009 show. Around that time, I had such a hard time finding an affordable pair! Now there are so many more budget-friendly options and you can find them all over. Think I may need a few colors!

-Madison

Photos by Robert Paine