I love styling a cropped blouse with a cropped denim. The modern elements like the ruffles and texture in the Carven design contrast perfectly with a cropped light wash jeans.
There’s nothing I love more than coming across a great products, besides being able to share it with you guys! ACV (Apple Cider Vinegar) by DpHUE has definitely changed my life with their amazing products; I swear by them! Besides their quality ingredients, in addition, all of their products are gluten free, cruelty free and color safe. When my hair starts looking dull after I get it colored I use the Apple Cider Vinegar hair rinse and my hair looks like it did when I stepped out of the salon! I love how this old beauty trick has made a come back but re-invented.
I sat down with Harold Kensington to discuss his design process, his aesthetic and to really delve into his inspirations and experiences as a young, up-and-coming designer. Harold got his start at DVF then made his way to Celine and from there, collaborated with Kanye West on his collection, Yeezy Season 1 and is now currently focusing on his own line.
One of my favorite pieces in my wardrobe is my oversized blazer. By styling the blazer with relaxed fit jeans and heels, my outfit is the perfect combination of casual and dressier pieces.
The future of The Fashion Sight will bring readers more creative content and exclusive looks into my work along with my exciting endeavors as a Fashion Stylist, Creative Director and Social Influencer. In 2016 I’m enhancing my sight to provide my readers with more content through artist spotlights, videos, sights to see, and exclusive editorials in addition to my current content. All of these new additions encompass how to curate a beautiful life.
Everyone has a routine before they go out on a Friday night or head off to an event. So, I wanted to share with you guys an exclusive insider’s peak at my pre-night out routine. I start by playing my favorite EDM songs on repeat and dance around my house, shower and indulge my skin with my favorite Glossier moon face for extra moisture and dewier looking skin, an eye mask, 2 rounds of Keri Shea Butter lotion and I always leave my favorite part for last: styling my outfit.
Athleisure has been blowing up as a major trend since 2014 and has seemingly had a larger influence on the fashion world than we could have expected. However, it became the solution that people were searching for: the perfect combination of chic, casual, comfortable & sporty. More stylish work out and chill wear has been spotted in street style and acceptable everyday wear. Now we can look stylish and cute even when we have to run a couple errands after hitting the gym; a dream come true!
I love incorporating so many different elements to my looks. From volume to layering and different silhouettes, individually these details create your own personal style. Pairing the wide leg pants with the dress combines varying lengths and adding the versatile bomber jacket incorporates layering. I love adding my personality to my outfits as well through accessories like the choker and by styling more casual and formal pieces to create one cohesive look.
My go-to fall look consists of classic pieces that are essential to every lady’s closet. My favorite pieces to create chic cool weather looks are vintage denim, a long sleeve turtleneck and a pendant necklace. Simplicity is the key to effortless style. Even I have my favorite pieces on repeat in my closet. Versatility and quality over quantity will enhance your wardrobe instantly.
For over 10 years now I have been an avid boutique shopper, I love a good Barney’s shop day but there is something so wonderful about a well curated buy from a store buyer that just gets it. It almost feels as if they are buying just for your closet. Madison is one of those boutiques that is on the same level and has been since I can remember, I have always shopped for all my celeb clients..
I’ve realized after creating The Fashion Sight and taking pictures non-stop that I love details. The little things like a buckle here, simple jewelry or the hint of a bra. I can appreciate a full look but the little things make me happy.
Let’s be honest, Honest Beauty is one cool ass company. From their visually perfect packaging to their uplifting yet funny phrases like #faceanything, Let’s Be Honest, or hit refresh. Not only is it lovely to look at it’s what’s inside that really counts, the Honest Beauty guarantee: Made without: parabens, paraffins, formaldehyde carriers, PEGs, steareth-n, propylene glycol, butylene glycol, petrolatum, mineral oil, chemical sunscreens, or synthetic fragrances
When Kelly and I were moving back to LA from Texas we decided to sell all our furniture and start over fresh. Not only did we save time and money by not traveling back with all our stuff it made it easier to search for a new home because we didn’t have to think about if our table would fit in the dinning room. Of course I have a home board on pinterest and a wishlist a mile long but Im taking my time. I don’t want to rush into anything.
Light but warm and cut to be loose this American Apparel knit has been in heavy rotation in my wardrobe for weeks now.
Its funny cause I have owned it for about 2 years now, its just one of those trans-seasonal, timeless pieces that can be
worn with denim and a mini skirt.
It happens so fast that I find myself with too many beauty products. The thing is I like to try new stuff, I mean you really never know what your new favorite moisturizer is going to be unless you try everything. Beauty products are always evolving and I’m really into things that are either better for your skin like Honest Beauty or even have simple packaging like The Works.
I have a few too many little black dresses in my closet so I thought I would rework this one from Third Form. The super low cut just flowed right into my wide leg pants and this pale pink belt I found at Zara made it all come together. Its the simple things really. I added a suede brown heel for a bit of contrast and threw on my choker that keeps finding its way onto my neck every time I leave the house.
I feel like its been a long road since I left for Texas (and moved back to LA) on search of finding my sight again and I feel at sometimes I wish it would just be perfect and everything would be in its place. Even writing that I laugh out loud, what kind of life is that?