This dress has been a transitional necessity in my closet. It's the perfect Fall print and long sleeved, but it still has a flirty, Summer element. That's why I bought it to wear during the awkward period between Summer and Fall. I paired it with a pair of Stuart Weitzman 5050's and my Céline nano. Over knee boots are so fun for Fall and even better when paired with a dress. I love the look and have been experimenting with it a lot lately!






Dress - Madewell | | Boots - Stuart Weitzman via 6pm.com | | Bag - Céline

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I got this rain coat in Germany when I was there a few years ago. I re-found it in my closet and realized it could look super cute with this outfit.







Rain Coat - random shop in Germany (similar color here) | | Jeans - Abercrombie | | Bag - 3.1 Phillip Lim | | Loafers - Sperry Topsider | | Top - H&M

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Being an interior designer is something that I'm seriously considering pursuing in the future. It's jsut the right mix of business (which I want to learn in college) and also fashion. The prints and textures and woods and tables and sofas completely amaze me. Combinations that I would never have thought can look both chic and thrilling. This is definitely a passion I have, so frequently changing up my room is normal, right?

My sister's off to college, which leaves me with her sofa (I truly didn't just take it, she told me I could ;-) ).
The navy compliments my space so well. So I went with it. What's a trendy print going around right now? Banana leaf. So, I printed out four prints from my laptop, framed them with gold (because gold could really compliment the green, I thought) and hung them above the couch. Next step, a throw blanket, a faux fur rug, and a gold side table to match the gold frames. Oh, and also to hold my coffee.

I'm really excited about this space because now I have a place to read and blog in that's super chic, trendy, and so my style.

I hope you gathered inspiration or something from this post. I can't wait to be doing interior design posts because I'm excited to pursue it more soon.






Rug - Walmart | | Couch - PBTeen | | Side Table - Urban Outfitters | | Pillow - CB2

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So I was back in NYC hanging out with two of my gorgeous cousins and wanted to give you details from the trip. I love sharing what I do in NYC because I love being able to give you ideas of places to go and fun things to see.

day one:


bag - 3.1 Phillip Lim via Net-A-Porter | | Pants - Abercrombie | | Top - ZARA | | Sneakers - Nike via Jcrew


^ Natural History Museum (so cool, you have to go if you haven't already).




^ SoHo...

day two:


^ Le Pain Quotidien with my friend in Central Park



^ Central Park (P.S. all Gossip Girl fanatics: this is where Blair and Chuck got married!)


^ My stunning cousin Chloe and her outfit on Friday! My outfit consists of: Blazer - Marc Jacobs | | Skirt - BooHoo | | Bag - Céline | | Top - ZARA



^ Rooftop Garden at the Met (you have to go-the view is incredible)


^ The Met

day three:



^ Le Pain in CP


^ Peacefood Café ( a vegan spot on Amsterdam and 82nd)



Dress - Madewell | | Sandals - Franco Sarto via Nordstrom Rack


Nails by Bijou Nails in Midtown

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A quick outfit of the night, with this amazing ZARA skirt I got in NYC during their amazing sale.


Skirt - ZARA | | Top - Nasty Gal

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These pants were $20 at Jcrew. I love how sporty they are because it's a step out of what I usually go for. I paired them with a Fall-vibed burgundy ZARA top and booties.


I'd consider this pre-Fall transition because you have a tee-shirt but pants and boots.








Top - ZARA | | Shoes - Ralph Lauren | | Pants - Jcrew | | Sunglasses - Rayban | | Bag - Céline

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Photos by Lydia Hudgens
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