Bridesmaid Swag

So, I’ve got some fun news to share! I’m making an extra special trip to Los Angeles in August to be a bridesmaid for my friend Mandy’s wedding! It’s going to be an amazing celebration and I am honored to be taking part in her special day!
She’s decided to let her ladies choose their own dress style in a specific color, mint green. Ever since she told me, I’ve been scouting the internet and looking for the perfect dress. Here are a couple that I’ve had my eye on. I’m looking for something romantic, breezy, but still a style I can wear long after the bride & groom have made their getaway for the honeymoon.
Any thoughts? Have a favorite dress? What look do you love to rock at weddings? 

Bridesmaid Swag


UK Style: Umbrella

(Cue the Rihanna song)
But seriously. I won’t let grey skies get me down, not when I can whip out a cute umbrella! And since basic black is well, basic, I thought I’d share some stellar picks to help you stay dry and make a statement!

What’s your rainy day style? Let me know!
(Sourced from Polyvore)

UK Style: Ankle Boots

I have come to terms with the fact that my flip flop wearing days are over for the forseeable future. Gone are the sunny summer days and relaxing in the hot sun! I’ll have to keep my toes warm and here are some stylish ways to do it! Ankle boots are perfect for the fall/winter seasons because they’re comfortable, chic, versatile, and endlessly practical.

(Sourced on Polyvore)

So tell me, how will you keep your feet warm this winter? Drop me a comment!

UK Style: Rainy Day

Let’s face it. There’s a lot of rain in England. When I travel to the UK, I always have an umbrella on me, even if the sun is shining! The weather can change on a dime and it’s best to not be left out in the rain!

To give myself a little head start on the weather, I’ve put together a little board of rainy day inspiration. After all, I’m going to have to go out and about in the rain from classes to the gym, grocery store to church activities. It’s best to be prepared! (And pick out a cute umbrella!)

(Made on Polyvore)

Have a favourite rainy day outfit? How do you stay dry when it’s pouring outside? Share with me in the comments!

UK Style: Cold Weather

Moving to England means that winter is going to be especially chilly. Growing up on the East Coast, I’ve had my fair share of cold winters, but they don’t last half as long as those in the UK. That being said, I’m in the market for a good autumn/winter coat. I’ll need something to last me for a while, especially considering that the average high temperature in the summer is only 75 degrees! I better get used to chilly breezes pronto.

Here are some cute jackets and coats that I’ve had my eyes on!

What are your top picks for cold winter wear?

(Sourced on Polyvore)