Sunday, August 31, 2014

Amidst the Summer Bloom


Yesterday I visited Casa Loma and the Ripley's Aquarium (once again). I'll be posting photo diaries for both locations later on this week so stay tuned and be prepared for beautiful architecture and a little Nemo and Dory reunion.


WHAT IM WEARING
Zara top
J Brand skinny pants
Michael Kors crossbody
Call it Spring sandals

Xo, Sarah

Friday, August 29, 2014

#MyCalvins


Simplicity. 
Starting the weekend barefaced & shooting with CK makes it that much better. 
Have a great weekend all! 

Xo, Sarah

Thursday, August 28, 2014

The Perfect Jeans

 

Reinventing the white top - blue jeans look. I've been looking for high waisted jeans for Fall and finally found the perfect pair at Joe's Jeans. The jeans are high enough to conceal all that's wrong with untoned abs, but without the unnecessary suffocation. I've been struggling to get back to a comfortable weight and the most troubling aspect of this is deciding whether or not it's time to face the facts and invest in a new wardrobe. I hope to reach my goal within a month and with anyone on the same boat, when it comes to shopping it's important to purchase clothing that'll accommodate for the 'before' and 'after'...there's no sense in wasting $$. These jeans from the Flawless collection have an ideal amount of elasticity to them and are definitely worth the investment!

...necks are overrated anyways

GET THE LOOK
Joe's denim
Sheinside dress
Michael Kors crossbody bag 

Xo, Sarah

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

The Studded Boots


Today's look featuring these killer studded booties for a casual lunch. I'll throw in a little black wherever I can! When it comes to accessories, gold bangles are a staple. Every summer wardrobe needs gold bangles, I suggest investing in some!


GET THE LOOK
American Eagle jeans 
Forever 21 booties x clutch


Xo, Sarah

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Casual Sunday


Happy Sunday all! Here you have it, a typical outfit for a day of errands, where chic meets comfort. Before leaving my house, I assure myself that I'll be back within a given time frame, because picking up vitamins and shampoo shouldn't be too hard, right? Wrong. I'm not a huge fan of shopping at department stores but walking into Target/Walmart/etc. is like entering a vortex where everything becomes relevant. It's kind of like in Percy Jackson & the Olympians when they eat the lotus flowers and forget why they're even at the casino. [That umbrella looks like it'll come in handy....I'm almost out of Febreze...I'll probably need those power tools for when I need to fix something that might break in my future house 10 years from now] I don't have a shopping problem but it's like I'm trying to overcompensate for all of the possible dilemmas and scenarios I'll come across in the future. Does anyone else do this? :p


I finally styled my recent purchases from Shopbop; I was satisfied with everything about this order. I know some of you were concerned with the designer prices on Shopbop but they do sell more affordable options like this Michael Kors bag and Converse!

GET THE LOOK
H&M denim button up // Free People tank // ACNE skinnies //
Michael Kors cross-body // Converse 
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Topshop sunnies // Michael Kors watch


Xo, Sarah

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Accept More, Judge Less


We live in a critical world, where nothing goes unsaid and not a word can be muttered without people anxiously waiting to jump at the chance to prove you wrong. Ideal? No, but it's inevitable and quite frankly innate in our society. The fashion industry and political environment (along with many others) require a thick skin for success, it's practically in the job description. But wouldn't it be nice if we could learn to be more open and accepting?
This inspirational tee from Le Motto is the very essence of what I'm talking about, they get it! Le Motto sees to inspire change through various positive messages on their tees. Head over to Le Motto to join the movement!  

"Because words do have power" 



GET THE LOOK
 Le Motto tee 
Only jeggings 
Nike Free 5.0+
Ardene aviators

Xo, Sarah