Just wanted to share my recent obsession with Willow Shields’ style. First, let me just say she loves books, does yoga and acts. So I’m probably a bit biased. But back to her fashion…she can pull off practically anything, from a stripped blazer with matching pants to patterned, harem pants with a crop top. Because words can’t explain her effortless perfect style, I’ve attached pictures of a few of my favorite outfits she’s worn below.
This probably won’t be the last you see of her on my page. So, hopefully you love her style as much as I do.
Hey all, it’s been a while. I’m really excited though to show you how I decorated my room for the holiday season. I didn’t do anything crazy, just used a few random decorations I found around the house and convinced my mom to buy a few new things too 🙂
I’ve been debating whether or not to watch After the Ball since it came out on Netflix. So, over Thanksgiving Break, while my cousin, sister, and I were searching for something to watch, we decided to watch it. I have to say we actually really enjoyed it! The main actress (Portia Doubleday) was adorable and had some really great outfits… which is what I’m going to share with you. But before I do here is a summary of the movie.
“When a young fashion designer’s stepmother and stepsisters try to push her out of the family business, she dons a disguise to expose their evil plan.”
Almost all of the character’s clothing in the movie are from the Le Chateau After the Ball collection. A few of my favorites from the collection are…
(Marc-Andre Grondin, Portia Doubleday, Chris Noth)
(Portia Doubleday, Chris Noth, Marc-Andre Grondin)
And of course I had to throw in some pictures of these overalls Doubleday wore in the movie, cause they’re just perfect. I mean, I seriously want these so bad.
(Marc-Andre Grondin, Portia Doubleday)
Ok, that’s it for this post. Hope you enjoyed getting distracted by gorgeous pink dresses and sparkly shoes. Check out After the Ball on Netflix, Amazon or get it on DVD.
P.S. Creds to Portia Doubleday for starring in this and many other films, while in college.
I have officially gone into “full cleaning/lets getting everything done before Thanksgiving” mode. Which means, I haven’t been able to take new pictures. But, that’s alright, because I have some pictures from a post I haven’t yet found the time to share. I actually took these pictures early in October (explaining the super colorful trees) when my mom and I went to downtown Fredericksburg for the afternoon. I’ve added in some pics of this adorable little town, along with my outfit pics.
That’s not even everything! We also saw The Visit (spooky, I know), sipped Starbucks seasonal frappula frappucinos and even carved pumpkins! So overall, it was an amazing weekend. Hope you all had a festive Halloween weekend too!
Story time! Ok, so I was in the woods with my tripod and camera all ready to take pictures when… a baby red fox came running in my direction. Yeah, I know, I should’ve taken pictures of this adorable red fox, but instead I decided to run. I guess I’m scared of foxes! Anyways, I hope you guys enjoy this outfit. Comment your thoughts below!
It’s been raining since Monday where I live, so I thought I’d share some super easy and comfy outfit ideas for rainy days. These outfits aren’t hard to replicate at all, they’re pretty much just some of my favorite articles of clothing all mashed together into outfits. I mean, I don’t know about you, but I always need a little lifting up on rainy days, once I realize I actually have to get out of bed and go to school. Especially, when I’d much rather be home cuddled with a blanket, reading or, of course, watching Netflix. Hahaha anyways, feel free to comment your ideas and favorite things to wear on rainy days!