Okay, so I admit that I am not really an edgy person.  I’m more like the squeaky clean girl next door, but even I like to break out of my fashion comfort zone sometimes.  I’ve been experimenting a little with more of a street style and what better place to pretend to be edgy than pretending to like you skate?  I matched this Eloquii sweater separate with a pair of Old Navy culottes and my trusty Stan Smith Originals.  Add a dark lip and I appear just a teensy bit hard.  And I think I just negated all street cred by using the word teensy.



It seems that LuLaRoe has taken my little piece of the planet by storm.  Everywhere I turn someone I know is having a party-online and in person.  Obviously, I had to check out this new craze and I picked up this tunic and leggings. I even managed to snag a couple pair of the elusive black leggings.  Can I just say that these leggings are the softest thing I’ve ever felt?  Okay, maybe not ever, but seriously they really are soft. Check them out if you hear of a party going on near you!




I have no idea what to call this maroon and white thing.  It’s not really a jacket and not really a cardigan.  So, I’m calling it a jardigan.  That’s a word, right?  Whatever it is, I love it.  It’s super comfy and lightweight so it makes it great to layer.  Plus, I get compliments whenever I wear it and who doesn’t love compliments?

I paired it with some boyfriend jeans from Old Navy.  I like their pants because I can usually find short pants in a size that fits this curvy girl.  ON for the win!

Similar jeans here.

Dots and Pleats


Confession: I’ve had this skirt from Eloquii for around a year now.  I kept thinking I needed to have it hemmed so that I wasn’t overwhelmed by pleats, but I just hitched it up a little higher and it works.  I paired it with a sweater from Old Navy that I’ve had roughly forever and a necklace from NY and Co equally as old.

Can’t wait to style this another way once the weather finally gets cooler!

Similar skirt here.