Hello Beauties! Today, I’m channeling my inner Malibu Barbie, in a hot (and I mean hot) pink romper. I was recently speaking with a friend and complimenting her bright yellow dress, when she told me that the color yellow is all she had been choosing this season. While we were chatting, we agreed that every season we tend to gravitate to a certain color. I realized that my season’s color is hot pink. It’s funny though, because I haven’t loved it in the past, but for some reason I can’t resist the bright pop of pink.
Several new styles have caught my eye for Spring, and the midi skirt is one for them. The midi skirt, is a full, mid length skirt, which lays a few inches below the knees. I have to admit, when I first saw the style, I was hesitant. I didn’t think I could pull off the look since I’m a shortie. I’ve seen these skirts in every store, designed with multiple colors and prints. Many of my friends have been wearing them and I’ve admired the look on other bloggers as well.
The leaves are falling, a chill is in the air, and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. I couldn’t help but to spend my Saturday, enjoying the crisp beauty of Fall. The day called for a warm cup of hazelnut coffee and a stroll in Central Park. My day was full of happiness, and playing in piles of leaves was just as much fun as I remembered.
Dressed head to toe in spring brights, including a hot pink dress, featuring the Calypso Statement necklace I designed, and my Badgley Mischka gold open toe pumps, I headed to the Meatpacking District. I accessorized with an electric blue envelope clutch adorned with gold studs. Inspired by a bright spring sorbet color palette, I used pinks, coral, aqua, and tangerine dyed jade beads along with gold crystallized glass to create the Calypso Jade Necklace. The beads were suspended from a multi ring gold chain. This gorgeous statement piece was a fantastic addition to my dress.