Bodysuit : Reformation | Skirt : Topshop | Boots : Jimmy Choo | Bag : Chanel

I think it was the image of Alexa Chung wearing a gold Gucci mid-length pleated shirt that sparked my interest (image seen here) but I could not rest until I found something similar. Who knew that an accordion skirt would be so versatile but I have worn it with a lace tank and chunky grey sweater finished with white sneakers and most recently I wore it with a sweatshirt finished with patent leather sock booties. Wether you wear this midi casual or for a festive occasion it is def one pieced I’d suggest for your “fashion library” this winter.

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So Vegas happened last week. I had a quick work trip in the city of sin where I styled 3 overnight shoots for The Mirage. Working however was not the only thing on the brain … my lovely assistant and I caught some desert rays by the pool and grabbed some good eats and even better drinks 😋

Check out my latest styling work for The Mirage Villas (( HERE )).



“The Outlaw” Swimsuit : Minimale Animale | Plaid Shirt & Bandana : Zara | Hair by Miss Nikki at Hairroin Salon

Happy 4th of July lovers!! I hope you have a great day of festivities celebrating the USA!!
I recently purchased this Outlaw suit by Minimale Animale just for the occasion. The baby blue and virgin white combo is a perfect complement to my pastel lavender locks … plus I love the strategically placed stars. I finished the look off with some red lips and a lightweight flannel tied around the waist and was 4th of July ready.


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I have wanted to go lavender for a few years now and I finally took the purple plunge recently. I absolutely love the new hair and Don’t know if I’ll go back anytime soon. Blondes might have a lot of fun but they were never lavender cuz I’m definitely  having the most fun now. I will have an outfit post with my new hair to come. xx B.



Floral Button Down: Moods of Norway | Navy Tank Top : Mood of Norway | Grey Skirt : Moods of Norway | Patten Pink Belt : Moods of Norway | Wrist Scarf : Zara | Earrings : Nasty Gal | Choker : Charles Albert | Heels : Salvadore Ferragamo | Bag : MCM

Did you ever think a mens button down could ever look this versatile and sexy? I had so much fun transforming this traditional mens dress shirt into a strapless mini dress, skirt, high-neck top with exposed back, shirt dress, and an off-the-shoulder blouse. I chose to experiment with this beautiful floral shirt from the Moods of Norway SS15 Men’s Collection. This crisp shirt worked so well against my punchy accessories and gold jewelry.

Option 1: The Strapless Mini

This mini will absolutely bring all the boys to the yard! It’s super cute, super feminine and I totally feel like Carrie Bradshaw in this. The method is simple, just button the shirt to where it feels snug around the chest creating a sweetheart neckline and the collar is in the back. Next tie the shirt arms together in the front.

Option 2: The Skirt with Middle Slit

Love this shirt option. Alexander Wang even got in on this action and made his own rendition CLICK HERE. Styling this skirt is easy, just button the shirt around your waist and keep butting until about mid-thigh, then take the sleeves and tie a knot or half bow in front.

Option 3: High-Neck Top

So this high-neck top also known as just being plain backwards, is kinda interesting. I just put the shirt on backwards, took the two corners and tied a knot at the base of my back – leaving the shirt open in the back for an exposed back moment. Finish by “je-ooshing” the sleeves real good.

Option 4: The Shirt Dress

This is pretty much the most standard way to wear a mens button-down as a female. It uses the least creative license but it’s still chic so just belt it and go.

Option 5: Off-The-Shoulder Blouse

This blouse option is really regal and frames the chest beautifully. It’s ideal for a statement necklace centerpiece. The how-to is simple, just put the shirt on as normal then slide it down to where it wraps around your shoulders and secure at the button that feels snug. Only fasten one button and kimono style wrap the shirt ends one on top of the other and tuck them into a skirt or high-wasted pant. Finish by giving the sleeves a good roll.

I hope I forever changed your perspective on this menswear staple and encourage you to try something new!