Pixie Pants

June 2, 2015

Downtown Los Angeles, CA


Never one to shy away from a polka dot print, I saw these adorable pixie pants from Old Navy the other day and I knew I had to snag them.  With a stretchy design, they offer a figure-flattering silhouette and the classic black and white color combo goes with just about anything!  Cut at the ankle, these pants are the perfect length for pairing with peep-toe booties, wedges and flats. Today I went for a feminine look and teamed them with a flirty ruffled tank from Marshalls and strappy wedges from Ruche. A fun and perky ensemble, I couldn’t help but walk with a little extra bounce in my step. And that’s something I always welcome.


Pixie Pants: Old Navy
Ruffled White Tank: Found at Marshalls but similar here: Revolve 
Strappy Wedges: Ruche 
Floral Statement Necklace: Charming Charlie (similar) 


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Girly Style, All Grown Up

April 27, 2015

Los Angeles, CA


For a spring look that’s ultra-femme, try working a swishy tulle midi skirt into your wardrobe.  Set aside for dance recitals and Carrie Bradshaw highlight reels, this grown-up tutu skirt is making a serious comeback this season and while it’s not the easiest number to pull off, I’m going to show you just what you need to make it work. 

Because it’s already so girly,  try pairing  it with a more basic, textured top like this slouchy chambray Cloth & Stone button-up I found at Marshalls. For finishing touches, I’d stay away from delicate, floral or whimsical pieces.  You’ll notice I went with chunkier booties instead of pointy-toed flats and a bold statement necklace instead of dainty layering necklaces.  It creates contrast and allows you to achieve a more polished, adult feel. 

That being said, with a piece this lovely,  it's impossible not to end up with a look that’s perfectly ladylike.

Chambray Top: Cloth & Stone via Marshalls (Similar here

Booties: Chinese Laundry

Tulle Midi Skirt: Francesca's (Similar here)

Statement Necklace: Baublebar (Similar)

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Photos By: Danny Fung