spring steps

West Hollywood, CA


It’s cold, it’s hot—the weather changes so much this time of year that it's impossible to know if you need duck boots or sandals when you step outside. And as we near the cusp of spring (yay!) I think it's a good time to pull out those transitional pieces that will carry you through both seasons (no matter the weather).

Working as a fashion editor for many years, I lived in heels but nowadays, I've found that an outfit can be just as stylish with a pair of comfy boots or sneakers. The Hattie Sneaker by Vionic proves that it's totally possible to be comfortable and look put together in a pair of kicks. In fact, Vionic designs all of their shoes with supportive technology so that you don't ever have to suffer through a day of painful walking again! And because I live on-the-go, I really need a pair of shoes that will keep up with the many steps I take a day (and not leave me with blistered feet). I love pairing these with blazers, dresses and maxi skirts for a bit of contrast.

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Oh and can we talk about these jeans for just a second? Are they pants? Are they shorts? Doesn't matter. I'm comfortable, warm, and still able to feel a little breeze on the ankles. 

Spring, I'm ready for ya!

Hattie Sneakers: c/o Vionic

Sweater: c/o Goodnight Macaroon (On SALE)

Jeans: H&M

Clutch: c/o GiGi New York

Earrings: H&M



Jump Right In

West Hollywood, CA


Have you figured out what you're wearing for Valentine's Day yet? I'm always a supporter of the LBD or a cute little dress, but this year, the jumpsuit gets my vote. Not only is it totally versatile, but it also requires very little thought when it comes to accessorizing.  Just toss on a few standout accessories and you're ready for drinks with the girls, a fancy dinner with your man, or wherever the night takes you. 

I adore this classic burgundy jumpsuit because it's easy to dress up with statement earrings and mules (like I did here) or down with sneakers and a cropped jacket, incase you're heading to a movie. 


Jumpsuit: Urban Outfitters

Mules: Nordstrom (similar)

Earrings: c/o Sugarfix by Baublebar

Hair & Makeup: Aaron Barry


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Los Angeles, CA


Sometimes it's nice to switch things up. I used to despise my AM routine but lately, I have been waking up early to workout before hitting the office. I've been going between running (jogging) outside for 30 min, doing Amanda Kloots' dance cardio videos (HOLY AMAZING) and a whole slew of other at-home workouts thanks to the POPSUGAR FITNESS website.  I've only been doing it for a few weeks but it's already changed my morning mood and (hopefully soon) my butt.  Do you guys have any other fitness recs? For the first time in forever I am really excited about wearing yoga pants. Let's hope it lasts!

That being said, today's look is casual and perfect for a weekend brunch with friends. The sweater is incredibly affordable and was actually meant to be worn with the knot facing the front. However, I really loved it in the back much better.  What do you think? Am I going overboard with my changes? Or does this one work? 

Sweater: c/o SHEIN

Jeans: c/o AG

Sneakers: c/o Vionic

Earrings: c/o Sugarfix by Baublebar

Hair/Makeup/Photo: Aaron Barry


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