The sneakers that go with everything

Beverly Hills, CA


I don't ever remember wearing slip-ons and sneakers as much as I have this year. I'm not sure if it's because I now work at a tech company, or because they are trendy, or because they are just SO comfy, but either way, I am loving this new obsession. And these ones from Vionic are the sneaks that go with almost everything. You can honestly pair probably anything in your closet with them and the outfit would look perfect.

My favorite ways to wear them lately? With dresses, skirts and cropped skinnies. They add an unexpected edge to more feminine looks. I styled them here with one of my new spring dresses from Goodnight Macaroon. The floral embroidery and ruffled hem pair perfectly with these blush sneakers. It is truly one of the easiest (and comfiest) looks in my current wardrobe. 

Sneakers: c/o Vionic

Earrings: c/o Sugarfix by Baublebar

Dress: c/o Goodnight Macaroon

Bag: c/o Vera Bradley




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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