October 18, 2017


If you've ever wondered about my personal style, this is
pretty accurate for fall. Distressed jeans. A simple color
palette. Great sweaters. A go-to boot or bootie. I love adding
fun accessories, but I keep my wardrobe simple. What's your
go-to style this time of year? 

October 16, 2017

Pom Pom

Leave it to Tibi to create the most perfect, jaw-dropping
sweater. I mean.... can I have all the pom poms this season?
I'm also ordering these slides because, well, why not? 

Pairing this sweater with an updated pair of jeans and a
mustard bag + shoes makes it the most swoon-worthy outfit
for fall. 

October 13, 2017

The Mustard Color, pt. 2

More on mustard...

It makes the perfect accent against this all white outfit. I love
a graphic tee under a more tailored jacket like this one by 
Victoria Beckham. Mix it up even more by adding sneakers 
instead of a heel. The yellow bag completed this look.

Happy Friday! 

October 12, 2017

The Mustard Color, pt. 1

This golden hue has been making as much of a splash as red this 
season. I've been seeing it in rich textures like velvet and suede 
making it reminiscent of a 70s couch. Can't you see it up against
that horrible green carpet? Oh my.

Regardless of how we got here or why this color is reemerging, 
it can be classic and understated when done properly. It pairs well
with camel, black, white, denim, maybe a punch of red (like a red
lip), and cobalt. I fell in love with this velvet tank from J.Crew. I
can see it worn so many different ways. This look carries into
those cooler nights by throwing a black leather moto jacket over
your shoulders. And, obviously, the white boots are a must! This
pair won't break the bank, so they're a good buy for a trendy piece. 

If velvet isn't your thing, see below for some other solid sweater 
choices for a touch of mustard this season:

October 11, 2017

Seeing Stripes

What is it about black and white stripes? They just get me. They're
classic on everything from clothing to home decor. You'll notice the
pattern on repeat throughout the BFP collection because I just never
tire of the contrast.


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