If you are anything like me, then you truly enjoy the transitional period that comes between the sweltering summer months and fall. The temperature cools at night, yet the days are still filled with sunshine and warmth. For a style maven, this time also provides a unique opportunity to wear pieces from both seasons.
It should come as no surprise that denim regularly gets a makeover. I still usually gravitate towards a simple, cropped skinny jean, but I have to admit that I am starting to have a wandering eye.
What has caught my attention?
Buttons can make a real statement on a pair of jeans, denim skirt or even a jean jumper. Keep the styling simple by pairing it with a basic tee, or add this season’s most sought after and versatile textile: lace. Just keep in mind that with details like this though, no one will be looking at your topper.
Have you ever found a piece of jewelry that literally makes you feel like anything is possible when you wear it?
Tassel Earrings by Lindsay Lou (at Revelry Boutique Gallery )
With all the fringe recently dominating the runways, it should come as no surprise that tassel accents are a major trend for spring 2016. From the shoulder-grazing hoops at Oscar de la Renta, to statement necklaces accented with the festive adornment at Tommy Hilfiger, tassels are simply an easy way to update your wardrobe this spring.
Check out some of my other favorite tassel earring options below:
When you are constantly swimming in a closet of all black, a reprieve from the color- however small that may be- can be much-welcomed. While perusing one of my favorite retailers for a new black bag, I stumbled across this little burgundy gem. The faux fur pom pom intrigued me, the clean lines excited me, and the thought of adding a little dose of color to my often all black winter ensembles completely inspired me.
Sure, it may just be a small step in the grand scheme of things, but one small step usually leads to another. Then, that step leads to a bigger step, and before you know it I may even be jumping on that color train this spring. (Or, at least taking a small ride- lol.)