Stripes and double buckles

I never ever wear belts…but after seeing this double buckle belt on Asos I decided to give them a go. On top of giving belts a chance this season, I’m also kind of obsessed with silver pieces that toughen up a look. I paired the belt with stripes, my favorite jeans (Jaime skinnies from Top Shop) and sleek booties. It’s gotten pretty warm in ATL, so expect shorts and dresses up next. Stay cool out there, folks. 

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Photos, Farrah Brianna 

Pretty little thing 


The transition between winter to summer has brought so much excitement. I don’t think I’ve ever been more excited for a summer. Warm days, live music, cold drinks, friends and traveling. I. Am. Pumped. 

I love being able to put away all of my old chunky sweaters to fill up my closet with new pieces. Found this delicate top from Forever 21 recently. It’s so effortless, light and flirty. Paired it with my go-to ankle cropped skinnies from Urban Outfitters and my all time favorite clogs.

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All Black Everything

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This outfit transitions so well. From work to drinks with friends, it’s appropriate for all settings. Try a softer lip color for day occasions or a bold lip for evening.

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photos, farrah brianna

Concrete and Pearls

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How great is this blazer? It’s a fall piece from the Balmain x H&M collection and it has to be one of my favorite pieces…Ever. The beading is just so beautiful and I love how it was combined with such a masculine cut. Needless to say, I only paired it with tights and over the knee boots. (Diba) There’s something about a piece of clothing with such gumption. There’s little you need to add, because it speaks for itself.

Happy Monday, folks. Here’s to a brand new week!

your girl

photos, farrah brianna

Rock your face off!

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SO happy to debut my absolute favorite graphic tee. I’ve committed to keeping this Mamie Ruth tee until it literally disintegrates. (Now that’s commitment!) It says “Rock your face off,” which is fitting because I got it last spring at one of my favorite music festivals. This outfit is pretty uniform for chilly afternoon’s in the city. I love the combination of ripped denim (Madewell), distressed tee’s, layered leather (Zara) and vintage kicks (Vintage J Crew). Despite the cold, we’ve been lucky enough to have it paired with some sunshine. Sunnie’s are from Urban Outfitters. I’ve had them for about a year now and they’re still my go-to pair.

I hope you all are doing well! Can you believe it’s February already? I’m in shock at how fast time is flying. I’ve got a couple of trips coming up, so maybe that’s why. Can’t wait to share!

your girl

photos, farrah brianna

Oh, Mother

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Don’t freak out! I know it’s been a while. You might not even recognize me, but I promise it’s me. I’m SO stinkin’ pumped about this style post. I may or may not have become obsessed with denim flares…and Mother Denim makes some of the best. They’re long and lean (I always have to wear heels) and don’t lose their shape. For a chilly afternoon outing I’ve paired them with a delicate patterned top (H&M) and a reliable jean jacket (American Eagle). Who says you can’t wear denim on denim? If anything, I totally encourage it. I typically just make sure the two denim pieces aren’t too matchy-matchy. Provide some contrast and you’ll be set!

your girl

photos, farrah brianna

Bodysuit Part II

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As some of you know, I recently collaborated with Tobi. One of the pieces they let me style is this awesome bodysuit. Because I love it oh so much, I decided to style it two ways. You can find the first style here! I decided to take a more casual route and just paired the suit with distressed high waisted jeans and some leathers boots. Simple, easy and to the point. Perfect for a casual date night or happy hour!


Photos by Farrah Brianna. Make sure to like her page on Facebook!


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I’m wearing an incredible bodysuit by Tobi and one of my favorite vintage skirts. To accessorize I paired the outfit with simple jewelry and a staple Minnetonka hat. Feel effortless for any occasion from a date night dinner with your love to picnic adventures with your gals.


Check out Farrah’s work here and make sure to like her page on Facebook!

Quilty Pleasure

Here’s another piece that I got to play with from my recent Tobi collaboration.


I absolutely love these shorts. They add such a unique element to any outfit. I’ve been dressing these shorts down with striped shirts, graphic tees, sandals and sneakers. To add a bit of contrast, I’ve paired these leather “quilted” shorts with this cotton striped tee and graphic sandals. If I were to encourage you to do anything with your clothing, it’s to really experiment with your pieces. Don’t be afraid to mix and match or play around. Just always strive for balance!