classic style

Autumn Leaves

Vintage Barbour jacket (




) //

J.Crew denim vest

// Velvet striped shirt 


J.Crew pants


Superga sneakers 


If it's not obvious already, I borrow (and keep) a lot of my brother's clothes (mostly sweaters). This jacket is actually a hand-me-down from him. I've always wanted a broken in, rugged Barbour jacket and voila! I have been wearing it more than I care to admit, mostly on the weekend with layers. I think a Barbour jacket is a classic investment piece that everyone should have. Fun fact: when I was younger I had my brother's older hand-me-down jacket and I never wore it because it was "too boyish". Now, I don't think I'll ever take it off. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend.

Weekend Whites

Rich and Skinny jeans // Urban Outfitters sweater (old) // Equipment blouse 
// Madewell boots // Vintage sunglasses

Hope you all had a wonderful weekend! In New England, the weather was cool and crisp with clear blue skies. It was the last summer weekend. I spent my weekend outside as much I as could soaking it all in. Even though it's after Labor Day, I'm wearing white. Because style rules are meant to be broken. So, don't put your whites away instead pair them with riding boots and chunky knits. I love dressing very classic in the Fall for some reason- check out my Pinterest for some inspo.

Fresh & Flounce

Brandy Melville Crop Top // Zara Skirt (similar) // Urban Outfitters Blazer (old) 
// Vince Heels // Urban Outfitters Sunglasses // Clare Viver Clutch (last seen here
Bauble Bar Stud Bracelet // Hermes Bracelets // Julie Vos Bangles c/o // Loren Hope Link Bracelet 

Hope you all had a great weekend! I was quite busy- I attended a graduation party, sailed, spent time with family and friends, and worked on an exciting project for the blog! For the party, I wore this simple outfit. Lately, I have been pairing neutral crop tops with colorful skirts. I love how clean it looks with just the pop of the skirt and some jewelry. Zara has been killing it lately- especially with their skirts and shorts! The fitted top balances out with the small ruffle in the skirt and long blazer. You can easily dress down this look by switching the heels out for some flat sandals and adding an army-style jacket.


Equipment Shirt- almost the same // NSF Sweater (old) // Jack Rodger Sandals- last seen here // Loeffler Randall Bag // Urban Outfitters Sunglasses // Julie Vos Bracelets c/o

Earlier in the week before this insane heat wave came, I was wearing this shirt(dress) like crazy. It's technically not a dress...I was in Intermix and I grabbed the wrong size for this Equipment shirt and it just worked as a dress! I paired it with a NSF sweater, that I wore religiously last Summer; might be doing the same this Summer! The outfit is mostly neutrals but I love the mix of fabrics and texture, plus the pop of metallic.

On other news, today is my last day of school! #woohoo I am so excited for an amazing Summer ahead! To kick off the season, I am hosting a giveaway with HIHO- enter here

May Vibes

{all pictures from this tumblr}

I'm seriously in shock that it's May?! Summer is right away the corner- I only have 17 more days of school! Last month, I did a post on everything I felt inspired by. I thought I would do another one for May, let me know if you like them! This month, I am loving fresh flowers, Sunday brunch, and effortless style. By the way, have you checked out the Bauble Bar x Honestly... WTF collection? Can't wait to add a few pieces to my jewelry collection! Hope you have a great weekend. xx


     Brandy Melville Sweater // Zara Blouse (similar) // Rich & Skinny Jeans // Tory Burch Loafers 
(striped version) // Urban Outfitters Sunglasses // Bracelets: J.Crew, BaubleBar

Lately, I've been loving flag sweaters. I picked up a couple from Brandy Melville, and I've been wearing them non-stop. I love how you can mix them with classic pieces or edgier pieces to create a different look every time. For this outfit, I kept it classic with a collared blouse underneath for a preppy New England look- see my post on New England style here. My jeans are my favorite skinnies; coated jeans from Rich & Skinny. I color-coordinated the shoes to match my sweater. Gold arm candy, and simple sunglasses complete the classic look.

Keep on Sailing,