Gold Satin Slip Dress

Street Style Slip Dress

I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect slip for sometime, and finally found it in this one from Revolve. The perfect wear now, wear later dress. The light-weight material and open back are ideal for handling the Texas heat, but also lend itself to being an optimum layering piece come winter.

All that’s needed is a bold graphic tee beneath, a moto for the shoulders, and over the knee boots to round it all off. 

The dress is impeccable alright.

What are your most coveted transitional pieces?

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Wear Now, Wear Later: Bow Front Shoes

Womens Bow Front Shoes

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I am currently committed to establishing a wardrobe built on classics. I’m focusing on investing in well-made t-shirts, great denim, simple shoes, and layered jewels. Timeless staples that I can wear both now and seasons from now. I’ve grown tired of the constant pile-up and purge. It is wasteful, not to mention taxing on the wallet long-term.

I recently received these bow front shoes as gifts, and couldn’t be happier with the additions. They are definitely “wear now, wear later” items, as a classic bow truly never goes out of style. Perfect timing for my new initiative.Read More

Some unsung beauty heroes

Skin RX Lab MadeCera Cream

Hello, hello!

Today’s post is all about beauty.

Specifically, recent discoveries that have become permanent fixtures in my beauty routine. They are too good not to share. You should know by now that I’m not the biggest beauty geek, so when I dedicate a whole post to several products, you better believe they’re good.

And honestly, they are so good that I’m almost mad it took so long to find these life-savers. Better late than never I suppose.

Why do I consider them unsung? I know I’ve never heard anyone sing their praises. I figure they could use some recognition, they definitely deserve it.


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Color Crush

Black crop top ruffle sleeves

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I have a problem. I can’t stop gravitating towards the color yellow. Reference here, here, and here. If I were one of those insane Type A people who organized their closet by color (no offense if you are), my yellow pieces would by far outnumber the rest.

I’m not partial to any one shade either, any hue will do just fine; goldenrod, chartreuse, marigold, canary, etc.

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