Outfits

Abbey Glass Gown

I recently had the opportunity to pick a few pieces from the Abbey Glass warehouse sale.  If you haven’t heard, Abbey Glass is an amazing Atlanta-based designer that has an eye for classic and feminine clothing.  You might remember that last year I raved about my favorite shirtdress and trench combo from the designer.

Well this Spring, I kicked off the season in style with the most stunning blue gown from Abbey. The color is a dream and the pleated silhouette is both forgiving and flattering.  Of course, my favorite detail is the sash around the neck which can be tied as a bow, kept long, and positioned in the front or back. So many options! I opted for a front bow and oversized Prada sunglasses for a bit of old Hollywood glamour. Even though we’re still social distancing, I can’t wait for this dress on a warm evening or to an event or wedding. For more Abbey Glass pieces, you can visit her store in Atlanta or her online boutique!

Outfits

Where I Shop

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Every person gets into their own shopping routine. There are definite stores they frequent, whether in-person or online for different shopping habits. We can all become creatures of habit, going back to the places that suit our styles. Recently, I’ve been getting questions about my go-to apparel stores, so I thought I would share in case it inspires you to try somewhere new! And feel free to let me know if there is somewhere new I should check out too!

Zara

Cos

Saks

Saks Off Fifth

TJ Maxx

Intermix

Neiman Marcus

H&M 

Mango 

The Real Real

Nordstrom

J.Crew

Anthropologie

Shopbop (for browsing)

Outfits

Pajama Blazer

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I’ve always wanted to rock the pajama by day look! I see those cute flowy tops and the silky printed bottoms and think the look is so cute! However, sometimes you like a style, but it’s not necessarily made for you. Unfortunately, satin pants aren’t my friend and don’t look the most flattering on my body type. But recently, I found a way to rock the pajama trend in a way that makes sense for my body and my lifestyle – the blazer! I found this satin Rag & Bone blazer at Nordstrom Rack (sold out but linked elsewhere below) and knew it was meant for me. I love the double-breasted silhouette, the covered buttons, and the contrast, grosgrain ribbon collar. I love that it gives me the pajama look I love so much, but it is still appropriate for work and weekend wear. For this look, I put my blazer over a David Bowie tank I found at TJ Maxx and my trusty Manolos for a touch of sparkle!

Tan: Chaser. Jeans: Zara. Blazer: Rag & Bone. Shoes: Manolo Blahnik