1. Moving outfit with gingham Converse (love these) and printed chambray 2. Warby Parker at home try-on 3. A little nautical look
4. Delicious cocktail and Ray-Ban sunnies 5. Outfit with J. Crew blouse, Cynthia Rowley scarf, and James Jeans (last seen here) 6. Badgley Mishka bag
7. Casual outfit with Threads blouse, J. Crew chinos, and Steve Madden loafers (last seen here) 8. Scallop dinner – too pretty not to snap a picture 9. Casual look with vintage maxi skirt (last seen here)
I apologize for being MIA from the blogosphere for a while, but I just made aanother big move, and what I’ve learned so far is life without internet is no life at all! Luckily, I’m back up and running so I can share with you what I’m up to…
An enticing new job opportunity called me to Beantown, so now I will be bringing you the same personal style, fashion advice, and style inspiration from the streets of Boston. Stay tuned, readers. And please bear with me as I settle in a bit! ❤
Last night, some Keaton Row stylists and I attended the Minds Matter charity event hosted at the gorgeous venue Hudson Terrace. We were representing KR and Trendseeder, a start-up company that specializes in selling up-and-coming designers. The other stylists and I served as models for a few of the Trendseeder designer’s Spring fashions!
I was lucky enough to meet the co-founders and creative minds behind the designs that I wore from SPOON fashion: Randi Spoon and Alexis Przybylski Lawton. Thank you, ladies, for letting me borrow your lovely pieces for a night!
Me and Randi Spoon, wearing SPOON scarf and dress. Photo courtesy of KR
Read more about this fun event and collaboration here on the Keaton Row blog. Thank you to KR and Trendseeder for letting me be a part of the event!
I’m featured over on Keaton Row today! Check out the full post here.
For those of you who don’t know, Keaton Row is a personal styling business, where you can get a Lookbook designed just for you and your style aesthetic. The stylists, including myself, are dedicated to creating looks and selecting items that fit your life, your fashion, and your budget. The best part is, you never even have to leave your couch… You can shop directly from the looks that your stylist chose for you. Does this sound like something you need in your life? Sign up on my profile for a personal styling session by yours truly!
A big thank you to the fabulous gals over at Keaton Row for the love!!
Uhhh, wish I had a grand post planned for today… But instead, here’s this image to celebrate one-year of I Believe in Pink. Let’s look back to my first post, shall we? I want to give a very special thank you to all my readers – I hope you keep coming back for more styling advice, fashion musings, looks from my closet, etc… Here’s to one-year in the blogosphere and many more to come!