Monday, October 24, 2016

Structured Blanket Scarf

Every fall I get so excited to find the perfect blanket scarf for layering and styling with all my favorite fall outfits. A "blanket scarf" is a little bit different than the usual scarf. It's very large and typically made from a warm flannel-like fabric and could actually be used as a small blanket. Equally as exciting to me is the fact that I found a local Kansas City company called Structured that is creating some of the most stylish and unique patterned blanket scarves I've seen! I love that each one has it's own special name, this blue and gray checked one, called "The Dallas" caught my eye right away! When I saw it I knew it would look great paired with denim and boots!  It's super soft and warm and I know that I will be wearing it all the time once the weather truly turns cold. I've got several outfit ideas that I can't wait to style it with. 

There are several ways to tie a blanket scarf. My favorite way is to fold the scarf from corner to corner creating a sort of triangular shape, then wrapping it or tying the ends around the back of my neck and then fluffing or looping it until I get just the right amount of volume and texture. There really is no wrong way to wear a blanket scarf, they are meant to have a lot of volume and create a statement with your fall looks. Try wearing it as a shawl or even a vest with a belt around your waist. There are so many styling possibilities and it's so fun to find new ways to wear them!  

Check out the recently released new styles from Structured! I'm loving "The Julia" and "The Marilyn" and will probably be adding these pretties to my scarf collection this season! 

Do you have any tips for tying a blanket scarf? Leave a comment below and let me know, I'm always looking for new ideas! 

"The Dallas" Scarf {c/o Structured}, Jeans {Old Navy}. Purse {Charming Charlie} Booties {Maurices} Macy Sunglasses {Foster Grant}

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Thursday, October 20, 2016

Styling A Sweater Dress | Summit Fair

One of my favorite fall wardrobe pieces is the sweater dress. It is such a great layering piece and can easily be styled so many different ways! I found this mock turtle neck, textured, midi length one while looking through the stores at Summit Fair this week. I decided to style it by layering it up with an over-sized poncho. Later on in the season it will be great to layer with a heavier long sweater and boots. Treating the dress as a base layer in your outfit planning is a great way to get so much more style out of it than by just simply wearing it by itself.  

Midi Sweater Dress {Cato's} Pink Poncho {Cato's} Tasseled flats {Cato's) Studded Satchel {c/o Charming Charlie/StyleWatch}

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Thursday, October 13, 2016

Fall Shoe Guide | Summit Fair

Happy October! It's that time of the year, time to put away those flip flops and start thinking about Fall/Winter shoes. Today I gathered a couple of my favorite fall trends from some of the stores at Summit Fair! Fall 2016 is all about chunky heeled booties, lace up details, fringe, and buckle accents. Merlot and Olive colors are a very strong trend in accessories and shoes this season, so adding a pop of color to your outfit is no problem with one of these styles of booties. Look for suede, leather, and velvet details on just about all of the hottest shoe trends this season!

1. Fringed Merlot Buckle Bootie - JCPenney - $85
2. Adidas Superstar Casual Sneakers - DSW - $60
3. Caged Lace up Sandal - Macy's - $70
4. Lace up Heeled Ankle Bootie - JCPenney - $65
5. Velvet Ballet Flat - DSW - $43
6. Suede Block Heel Bootie - Macy's - $70


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Monday, October 10, 2016

Savers Halloween Costume | Mary Poppins

Savers is your one-stop shop for Halloween! With new and used costumes and accessories, it’s easy to create a unique, one-of-a-kind look. During Halloween, Savers stocks its shelves with new packaged costumes, makeup, wigs and accessories – perfect to combine with the secondhand clothing and accessories that fill the aisles at Savers. I found this black flat top hat and instantly knew I was going to transform it, next I picked up a package of faux flowers for $1 and hot glued them on the cap and....there it was.... my inspiration for this year's costume!

In-store costume consultants will help you create a unique look with DIY Halloween costumes, tips, and tricks. When I visited the store I noticed the Savers staff dressed in head-to-toe Halloween looks ready to help me find all the pieces I needed. I had a couple of ladies help me look through the racks and find the perfect pieces to bring my Mary Poppins look come to life! Plus, all stores are hosting free Halloween Costume Catwalk fashion shows at 3 p.m. every Thursday in October showcasing the season's most popular and unique looks for adults and children alike.There’s is also no shortage of Halloween d├ęcor, either. Stock up on skulls and more to decorate for a spooky chic Halloween party or a few porch accents will bring the spirit to life for all the neighborhood trick-or-treaters!

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Thursday, October 6, 2016

More Fall Florals + Flare Denim | Summit Fair

Happy Thursday! I'm back with another fall look from the stores at Summit Fair!

The floral top has been one of my "go-to" statement pieces this fall season. I've found so many pretty patterns and styles and I've been loving mixing it in with my favorite fall wardrobe staples. This flutter back navy and rose pattern top really caught my eye, I knew I wanted to style it with a great pair of dark denim. I've been eyeing these high-waisted flare styles that I've been seeing all over the runways and in several fashion magazines. I've really been excited to add this style to my fall wardrobe. This pair isn't quite as flared as I wanted, but I will keep shopping for a couple more styles. My goal is to have several different fits and styles of denim in my fall wardrobe this year. 

What denim trends have you been loving? 

Top {Macy's} Denim {Macy's} Necklace {Charming Charlie} Peep Toe Boots {DSW}

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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Bell Sleeves | Summit Fair

Fall fashion inspires me more than any other season. I love jackets, new jeans, boots, and layering my wardrobe pieces into so many new outfit combinations. I also love to try new trends or in this case, an old trend that has become new again; bell sleeves. There are a lot of 70's vibes happening in fall fashion this year, I've seen several of these retro inspired details while out shopping at Summit Fair.  High waisted skirts, wide legged jeans, and bell sleeves are all making a big come back this season. Fashion is meant to be fun, and this pretty fall top is a lot of fun to wear! 

Top {Rue 21} Skirt {Rue 21} Purse {similar Charming Charlie} Boots {JCPenney}


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Thursday, September 22, 2016

Fall Watercolor | Summit Fair

Hey friends!
 I know it's been a little quiet over here on the blog. I took a little break this week because the Fall season has been full of so many extra events and behind the scenes things. I'm back today with a new look featuring some of my favorite stores at Summit Fair! The weather in Kansas City has been anything but fall-like. It's hard to imagine boots and jackets when the temps have still been in the 80's and 90's! I know it's coming though, and I'll be ready because I've been planning so many ways to wear this little jean jacket and watercolor splashed dress. Right now, I've paired it with my favorite pink strappy heels but when the weather eventually does cool down, I've got some heeled black booties that will transition this look perfectly. 

Dress {JCPenney} Jacket {Maurices} Purse {JCPenney} Heels {Charlotte Russe}

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