Wardrobe Wednesday: Mint + Lace

Just some spring inspiration.  And yes, I know I have an obsession with anything coral AND anything from Lush! Mint + Lace by shaunamccarthy featuring kenneth cole reaction tote bags Uniqlo collared shirt / NIC ZOE floral skirt / Jute shoes / Kenneth cole reaction tote bag / Anne klein watch / Banana Republic silver … Continue reading

Wardrobe Wednesday: French Pink + Pearls

I just bought this lovely skirt from J.Crew Factory and had to plan a French-insipired outfit around it.  Now, if only it were safe to go without tights!  This will be the first outfit I wear when the temperature breaks 55! Wardrobe Wednesday: French Pink + Pearls by shaunamccarthy featuring blue and white mugs Blumarine … Continue reading

Wardrobe Wednesday: Spring Prints

It’s about this time of year that I start to get antsy with the winter.  It’s too cold, we’ve had too many snow days, and I’m done!  (Well, after my last ski weekend I’m done…hehe).  Anyways, I start showing my excitement for spring way too early, but that’s my prerogative!  And it can be yours … Continue reading

Wardrobe Wednesday: Quirky-Happy

Wardrobe Wednesday: February 26 by shaunamccarthy Monsoon pink sequin sweater / Dorothy Perkins black knee length skirt / Merona opaque stocking / Rupert Sanderson ankle strap high heel pumps / Candie s polka dot bag / FOSSIL leather wrist watch / Ann Taylor bauble jewelry / Miss Selfridge beading earrings / J Crew j crew … Continue reading

Wardrobe Wednesday: Anchors + Stripes

About this time of year, I start to get a little bored with sweater dresses.  Yes, they’re lovely, but sometimes you have to mix it up!  I found this lovely cotton and spandex fit-and-flare at the Gap and knew I had to find a way to wear it in January.  Adding in the black tights … Continue reading

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