It's fall time again. I won't beat around the bush: I'm just a summer girl. But to be honest, the change in weather is refreshing. I simply won't think so for long. At the moment, however, ba-da-ba-ba-ba I'm loving it.

Here are a few inspirational shots. Love the moment you're in. Sip a Salted Caramel Latte.

Leather + Pointy Pumps.

Wide Brim + Sequins.

Top Knot + Tights.

Gray Skinnies + Deconstructed Boots.

Plum + Layers.

Parisian + Chic.

The last photo is from the Fall 2011 Carven show. I am completely enamored with it.

Farewell until another time.


Bikes and Booties.

Hi, sugar dumplings. I'm back. Some might even venture to say I'm back in black. Black satin leggings, that is.

Allow me now to set the stage for what you're about to see. If this post had a theme song, it'd be "Chrome" by Trace Adkins. Look it up, and know that the video is accurate; that is exactly how this photo shoot looked....

And now for the main event:

I know, I know. You must be thinking, "Wow, this ensemble surely cost her a pretty penny and took tons of planning to properly execute," right? Well, ye of little faith, ya gurl pulled it off without an abundance of pennies or thought. The shirt, in fact, is fresh out of the closet of my boyfriend. It is literally a boyfriend shirt.

And these booties. OH, these booties. They're honestly the most comfortable shoes I have. Maybe it's the rubber soles, or maybe it's the sherpa lining. What'er be the case, wearing these shoes is like floating on a cloud all day long. Jellypop Shoes were recently featured in the September issue of Lucky Magazine; I strongly urge you to check them out here. I'm obsessed.

Sunglasses, Rayban. Black Necklace, Old Made Good. Silver Necklace and Leggins, Grace Hyde & Co. Shirt, Chaps. Bracelet, Gorjana. Shoes, gifted by Jellypop Shoes. Lipstick, Heat Wave by Nars.

Easy rides to all of yous.


Cowboys and Indians.

Wingapo, all you little sugar pies.

Long time no blog, right? Did you miss me? Because I missed you oh so vewwy much. Yes I did. Kiss kiss. XOXO.


One of the burgeoning trends evident on the Fall 2011 runway was a southwest inspired aesthetic. Take notes, little Indian chiefs. This is a movement rooted in nature and the colors of an arid terrain and spectacular sunset.

You can go Indian with it.
Hermes. Proenza Schouler. D&G.

 Or you can go cowboy with it.
Isabel Marant. Dsquared. Isabel Marant.

And to get the look for less:

To take this to look to the next level, I leave you with a headdress tutorial. Until next time.

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