#Throw Back Thursday

I have noticed a recent running trend in my closet; I own so many pieces that pay homage to 1960’s (like this). These 1960’s trends have been reemerging in fashion, television, advertisements and photography and I don’t hate it! The flattering silhouettes, bright colors, bold patterns and costume jewelry are the perfect tie-ins for summer.  I featured some of my favorite 1960’s inspired dresses; their tailoring, color, and fit make them the ideal for summer work or play.


This dress is from Lilly Pulitzer, shoes are from Kate Spade (old,  but here are a similar version) and the purse is a no-name vintage.

DSC_0219shh… I stole this from my mom’s closet a while back, she got it in NYC when she was just 22 and Im obsessed.


earrings from j.crew outlet (old, but find similar here)

LadyThis is a photo of when my mom first came to America when she was 18, she is my ultimate fashion inspiration. #tbt




Suit Up

Dress- Wren, Jacket- Carolina Herrera (old), Boots- Steve Madden, Watch- Betsey Johnson (find a similar one here).

Very rarely do I find clothes that can translate from work appropriate to something I would wear on the weekend. I tend to be attracted to bold prints, colors and textures, which real doesn’t bode well when you are working in place as conservative as Washington DC. Luckily I work for a company that isn’t stiff, which allows me to show case  my more vibrant side at work. Below I have taken some outfits that aren’t NSFW (not safe for work) and made them more work aprops.

Bright Colors

Jacket: BCBG, Pants: Jcrew, Shirt: Gap, Shoes: Michael Kors and Hat: Lion of Porches.

Jacket- BCBG (find a similar one here), Pants- Jcrew, Shirt- Gap, Shoes- Michael Kors (old) and Hat: Lion of Porches (old).

Bold Prints


Dress- Zara ( find a similar one  here) and Boots- Steven Madden.