Shirt: Kate Spade
Skirt: Topshop (Nordstrom)
Boots: Dolce Vita (Shopbop)
Bag and Bracelets: Marc by Marc Jacobs
Until this day, this skirt was one of those pieces that managed to elude outfit photos every single time I wore it. Something always kept me from snapping this skirt — early meetings, rain, maybe even my inability to get out the door on time — so when I found myself with time for photos, I quickly decided to wear this skirt. It’s been a closet favorite from the second it was delivered. I’m a sucker for photorealistic prints, and I just can't get enough of this one. Not to mention the shape is super flattering and comfortable at the same time, and it has pockets. What’s not to love?
And because I can’t lie (like, not at all), I have to point out that this skirt was actually photographed once before, just not for Style by Santina. A few months ago, I wore it for a Refinery29 photo shoot that took place at my office. If you’re interested in seeing where I spend my days, check out the feature!
Shirt: Theyskens’ Theory
Jeans: Current/Elliott (Nordstrom)
Shoes: Kate Spade
Rings: Marc by Marc Jacobs
Bag: Made by Adiel
Sunglasses: Saint Laurent (a gift)
After too many long weeks, I’ve been feeling a bit tired and my outfits have reflected that more than I’d like. Feeling tired and stressed used to lead me to feel good outfits — dresses that make a girl want to twirl and sky high heels — just as often as it did sweatshirts and jeans. Lately, my need for comfort has completely taken over. And what’s more comfortable than a t-shirt and jeans? Almost nothing. So I put together a work appropriate spin on the easy combination with a silk tee and silver heels. I might be stocking up on silk tees in the near future… I want to wear them almost as often as sweatshirts!
Pants: Clover Canyon
Necklace: Marc by Marc Jacobs
Shoes: Kate Spade
Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs
I want to wear an outfit like this one every day. Seriously, every day. It really doesn’t get much more comfortable than drawstring pants and a sweatshirt, and the combination also has that slouchy cool appeal that I can’t resist. I bought the pants and this sweatshirt on the same shopping trip, and when I got home and unpacked my haul, I realized I unknowingly purchased an outfit that was sure to be a new favorite. And, it totally is.
When it came to accessories, I considered something neutral to pair with the bold print of the pants. But then I was reminded of Todd Selby, who recently visited my office to discuss his latest book Fashionable Selby. He admitted to subscribing to a “more is more” aesthetic at an early age, and his latest book is a tribute to his appreciation for the eccentric. And as I listened to him speak of these amazingly unique individuals, I felt inspired to push it a little more. So when I turned to my closet, I decided to wear silver shoes and a metallic blue bag (that almost matches my hair). Have I mentioned that I love this outfit?
Skirt: Peter Pilotto for Target
Tights: DKNY (Nordstrom Rack)
Shoes: Dolce Vita (Shopbop)
Bag: Kate Spade
Necklaces: H&M and Forever 21
Ring: Mira Mira
Sunglasses: Saint Laurent
I wore this outfit a few weeks back to a birthday brunch for one of my best friends. I wanted to wear something fun but nothing that would upstage the birthday girl, and this skirt was the first thing that popped into my mind. I picked it up on a whim on a trip to Target. It was one of the items that I liked but decided against when shopping the Peter Pilotto for Target collection online because I wasn’t sure about the fit. When I tried it on, I was pleasantly surprised that it fit so well - done! I love the mixed prints and interesting construction and wanted to allow them to be the focus, so I paired it with neutrals – black, white and gray. When it came to accessories, I layered on a few colorful necklaces and grabbed my winking clutch. It’s always a hit!