#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


Kiss a few frogs

When I frist saw this clutch my inner Barbie girl died (it is pink and sparkly what can I say). And it so perfectly named for every girlie girl at heart.


Prince Charming


Damn it Kate Spade  you’re going to make me so poor.

Can’t take it with you

“Hoarders” is such a  popular and thats because we all have trouble with parting with our possessions, as I transitioned my closet from winter to spring I decided to do some spring cleaning and donate some of my clothing, shoes and purses. Someone once told me that a good rule of thumb is “every time you buy something new you should remove something you no longer use” that way your wardrobe is always current and there isn’t a chance that will become barricaded in your home. Now you can either to donate your clothing to charity or so resell it at a consignment shop either way you shouldn’t ever throw anything away. Sometimes your wardrobe can seem utterly exhausted and all your clothes seem out of date, but that isn’ always the case you just need a fresh pair of eyes. 

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