Let me introduce you to the coolest bag ever! This flap bag from the Fossil x Opening Ceremony collection is so awesome! The white pocketed flap can be flipped over so that the white is hidden and changes to a solid black silhouette. Talk about versatility! I paired it with a suede laced up top, cuffed denim, and matching black and white wedged loafers. The weather has been quite warm lately and it's nice to finally be able to wear short sleeves out and about! Hope it keeps up!
I love a good trench coat, especially for Spring. This classic trench by Banana Republic is a perfect transitioning piece. Simple and timeless, with exceptional details... notch collar, button-tab cuffs, epaulettes, and double breasted closures. I paired it with a cuffed chambray top (also by Banana Republic), a lovely scalloped suede skirt, and a pair of loafers for a New York inspired preppy look. This is definitely my go-to Spring look, what's yours?
Say hello to my new favorite bag... The Rivington woven tote by Henri Bendel! I love the neutral combo of taupe and black with a pop of robin egg blue. The intricate woven leather details is absolutely gorgeous and the size is just perfect for carrying all my necessities (including my DSLR) around! Lately, I have been keeping my looks quite simple, much like this... fringe knit top, leather jacket, denim, and mules. I am enjoying this warm Spring weather, are you?
Alas, here is the final Yosemite post! We explored all over Yosemite Valley in our awesome jackets by The North Face. I am wearing the Arctic down parker and Chris is wearing the Owen jacket. I love how "puffy" yet light mine is, not to mention the lovely faux fur trim. And he is really intrigued by all the zippered details throughout his jacket. Thank you The North Face for keeping us warm and stylish while exploring the outdoors!
I was not lying when I said I've got tons of photos from Yosemite (one more set after this)! To my surprise, there was quite a bit of snow up in Yosemite's ski resort, Badger Pass. Snow did not literally fall from the sky but there was enough snow for people to ski, skateboard, and sled. It wasn't very cold either, but still a little chilly, and this quilted puffer jacket by Dawn Levy was perfect. Light enough so that I wasn't cooking in it, but cozy enough to keep me warm. I love the light pewter color, especially against the snow!