I’m currently obsessing with the color blush. It’s perfect for spring and makes me feel refreshed. You know what else is great for spring? A trench. The jacket I’m wearing here from Alice + Olivia is like trench meets floor length blazer. It’s such a fun look for brunch with the girls or errands on the weekend.


Temps in LA are always running high, but for the rest of the world this jacket is ideal for that awkward in between weather. You know, it’s not quite hot, but it’s definitely not cold either. Also perfect for this kind of weather? Breaking out the strappy, pastel heels. I love these because of the block, which makes it way more comfortable for daily wear. And of course, the height is great for daytime as well.


What’s your favorite way to start dressing for spring?

blouse // jeans // trench // sandals // bag 

 If it were up to me, I would’ve made the Pantone color of the year blush. You cannot deny how hot this color is right now. I love it paired with neutrals or even red. I included the rug and dinnerware I purchased for the cabin. How cute right? As well as the pink shaggy coat every IT girl is wearing.
Which are your favorites?
1. Shaggy jacket  //  2. Hat //  3. Bow heel // 4. Rug  See more rugs here
 5. Dinnerware //  6. Sneakers // 7. Slip-ons // 8. Bag // 9. Chunky Knit Blanket


one. coziest cardigan two. the best nude lipstick ::three. essential statement earrings :: four :: silk scarf :: five. sneakers (only $70!) and these PINK sneakers  :: six. the cutest pink bag :: seven. Jeans Under $100

bonus: ombrè sunglasses

Pink Sneakers:

It hasn’t always been my favorite color, but lately I’ve been gravitating to it! It’s a great accent color that has even my girls jealous, “A pink bag mommy!? Can I have it?” What else can look great with black, grey and denim and still look classic and girly? It’s pink! Don’t forget to balance it with a monochromatic look as too many colors will make pink look a little pepto bismol. Go wear your pink this weekend, and tag me when you do. I’m planning on wearing the above cardigan aptly named “Saturday Cardigan” perfect for crisp mornings.

Happy Weekend!

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Date night or girly day dates require an upgrade from the beloved t-shirt and jeans. Enter the off the shoulder ruffle dress. I don’t usually wear a ton of pink, but this is the exception. It’s the perfect shade to compliment most shoes like these striped espadrilles. I’m sharing more date night favorites below. Tomorrow I’m sharing some finds from the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale. Don’t worry, I’ll do the hard work going through thousands of product and sharing a couple of my favorites that are worth your time. Meanwhile, read up on how to prepare now, HERE. Happy humpday!

Date Night Edit

pink ruffle dress FAME & PARTNERS :: sandals SOLUDOS :: saddle bag MADEWELL  :: sunnies CHLOÈ :: earrings ADORNMONDE :: photo’s by Felicia Lasala

Nothing says Spring like a dress and florals. Here I dressed up a $29 floral dress with a designer belt, gold accessories and blush trench heels. I love belted dresses for the shape and overall polish. I think we will be seeing lots more florals and blush to come. Now, back to organizing, meal planning, outfit sorting, and list making. Happy weekend!


dress (size down – runs big imo) COTTON ON :: heels :: belt HERMÈS :: pink trench JOA similar and similar :: sunnies SMOKE x MIRRORS  cuff KENDRA SCOTT :: bag NAT & NIN :: Photo’s by Tasha ::










Calling all pink lovers, I’m loving all things velvet, and pink is no exception. I love playing with one color, many textures and countless shades. Practically speaking, later, this tank and coat can later be paired with black jeans for a casual holiday party. This outfit is a testimony to the fact that three pieces (tank, skirt and coat) are all under $70, and can be luxed up with choice luxury accessories. Violà! Pink on a budget.

velvet pleated skirt :: pink heels  :: pink coat :: velvet tank :: Hermès belt :: sunnies 

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Truth be told, I usually shy away from pink. Even my six year-old doesn’t want her classmates to know if she owns any pink for fear she’ll loose her edge. Whatever her reason, mine doesn’t seem far off. I gravitate to the black ensemble and accessories, hence my Sole Society choices, but I’ll admit I love them styled with a pop of pink. Far from detracting, I have found that pink only enhances the edgy look. Shop my look below, which are all exact pieces, or they’re on my shop page. Happy Thursday!

heels “ANJA” SOLE SOCIETY :: leggings AG JEANS (size down):: sweater FOR LOVE & LEMONS (mine is a small) I like THIS ONE :: bag “PRIMM” SOLE SOCIETY

Thank you SOLE SOCIETY for partnering on this post!