corporate style 101

Recently my dear friend Kamila accepted a job offer for a full-time office job after years of working from home as a freelance editor. It’s a very exciting time for her and also a big change as it’s been several years since she’s worked in an office environment. It also begs the question: How does one re-enter the world of “corporate style” after years of freedom to wear whatever, whenever?...

one shirt four ways

Lately I’ve been getting deep around here so I figured it’s high time for a light n’ fluffy style post. I know I need the distraction and maybe y’all do too, so here’s some sartorial eyewash for your weekend! I bought this button-up shirt at Old Navy recently for $13 and some change on some promo or another. I liked the shirt on its own merits alone: cute print, 100% cotton...

style longevity

top: Mulierr jeans: 3×1 shoes: Gibran bag: Baggu I’ve been thinking a lot about style longevity lately. Not just the lifespan of the pieces themselves that comprise my closet (though this is certainly important) but my style itself: when I look back, my style has evolved… and it hasn’t. The clothes themselves may change, but at the core of my style are the same undercurrents of influence that have remained...

shades of blue

  dress: Frock by Tracy Reese  shoes: Osborn This isn’t a new dress. I got this back in 2010 to wear to my 10-year high school reunion. Every six months or so, I debate whether I want to keep or sell this piece. It’s not because I don’t like it anymore, but because it usually doesn’t fit. It’s also one of the only pieces I’ve liked as much for as...

don’t quit your daydream

dress: esby [exact] shoes: Miista via Poshmark [similar] necklace: maker unknown via Workshop Underground clutch: odsy workshop [exact, sale!] bracelet: c/o Noonday Collection [similar] This dream of a dress has been a wardrobe staple since I brought it into my life a couple of months ago. It’s by esby, a local Austin maker/designer who knocks it out of the park when it comes to wearable, everyday basics and beyond. The...