What Three Words Define Your Style?
How Do You Define Your Style?
This is a question I’ve thought a lot about, especially lately. I’ve always been one to invest in bags and shoes and pick key wardrobe pieces that can carry me a long way. That said, I was beyond thrilled when Becca Shady, the founder and designer of Tutu Moi, reached out to me about a Fall/Holiday photoshoot in collaboration with Neiman Marcus.
Tutu Moi’s skirts are exactly the type of key pieces that I love to pair with the basics in my closet to instantly make a statement. I can’t wait to show you how I styled the tutus and take you behind the scenes of the shoot this Wednesday, but until then I’ll share how I approached picking my looks.
It started with a little exercise on defining my current style. I pulled a lot of magazine tears (old school!) and wrote down all the common words that spoke to me. After reviewing all of the words, I was able to narrow my style to the following three and I picked looks that support each word individually (though there is definite carryover!).
The first look I picked is a high-low skirt and is a beautiful wine color (!). I paired it with champagne colored neutrals on top and on my feet. It will be PERFECT for the holiday season. I hope we’re invited to a few parties so I can wear this outfit multiple times. While I can’t show you the look just yet, here are the shoes I’m wearing.
The girliest of the looks is a shorter skirt and pulls in some of my favorite blush tones. I’ll also be doing some mommy-and-me shots with Elle, so I made sure that this outfit leaves me with plenty of room to move. Here’s the jacket I’m wearing with this outfit.
Classic with a Twist
The final outfit is black-on-black. I am beyond exited to wear these shoes and will be throwing this jacket over my shoulders…just the type of twist I love.
Hope you’ll tune in on Wednesday to see how the shoot goes and check back for the full looks later this fall!
Where is that adorbs white tank from?
It’s Tibi from a few years ago! I’ll keep my eyes out for something similar.