Contact Us

Use the form on the right to contact us.

You can edit the text in this area, and change where the contact form on the right submits to, by entering edit mode using the modes on the bottom right. 


123 Street Avenue, City Town, 99999

(123) 555-6789


You can set your address, phone number, email and site description in the settings tab.
Link to read me page with more information.


A fashion blog about weekend style


Filtering by Tag: On-Trend

Summer Blends

Jessica Wagner

Three Trends To Try For Summer

Just like your favorite red wine blend, mixing different style combinations can leave you feeling good.

With summer around the corner it’s time to switch out warm layers for the light and breezy. We all know the summer basics: tees, shorts and sundresses, but since the heat can weigh you down, here are three easy ways to add some moxie to the usual summer mix. Enter: straw boat hat, off-the-shoulder tops, and flatform sandals.

Straw Boater Hat 

Straw Boater Hat: 
Top off your warm-weather look with a wide-brim straw boater. Boaters were popular among men as casual summer-wear in the late 19th century, especially for boating or sailing, hence the name. Recently, thin straw hats have become popular again among the fashion elite.  I love the vintage-French feel this one exudes. It’s the perfect accessory to top off any outfit. Toss one on for the beach, window shipping, or while running a quick errand. I bet you receive a least 3 compliments! Don’t miss the boat on this easy summer style. (Mine is on sale now, here.) 


Off-The-Shoulder (OTS):
The off-the-shoulder top is the playful, sexy antidote to this year’s trend of minimalism. This style is so hot right now! It's a great option for showing some skin without being compromising. Even better, it’s a look that appeals to every taste: classic, romantic, or thrift-store bohemian. An OTS top can go from day to night and leaves plenty of room for accessorizing, think earrings. There are endless options of this look on the market right now. Waterfall sleeves, detailed embroidery and layers of ruffles. Don’t shrug-off this adorable wardrobe-elevating detail.

Flatform Shoes

Flatform Sandals:
Height of a platform, functionality of a flat, another perfect blend. Give yourself a lift with this comfortable sandal. (Seriously, though, these shoes are SO comfortable.)  I love how this style looks minimal and modern. We walked the span of the winery gardens and I didn't stop once to adjust or complain about my feet hurting. (Which might be a record!) The fact that this style allows for long-wear, and gives height makes it a no-brainer. It was so nice not having a stiletto constantly stuck in the dirt! A true summer style booster. 

That’s it! Cheers to making an entrance in these statements pieces all summer long! 

Outfit Details:
Dress: Zara Striped Midi Hat: Nordstrom BP. Straw Boater (on sale!) Shoes: Anthropologie Seychelles Forward Platform Wedges Sunglasses: Karen Walker Super Duper Strength Purse: H&M Watch: Michael Kors Lips: Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick Beso Nails: OPI Taupe-less Beach Wine: Mon Ami Concord


Jessica Wagner

The chicest way to style overalls for spring

Yes, overalls are cool again. I kind of love that I also frolicked around in these when I was ten.

I own a wide-leg pair of vintage overalls that I’ve worn the last couple years before they became trendy again, which has always earned a sideway glace from my husband.   

Are you planning on painting the house? 

NO! Maybe…

So yeah, I have to admit, overalls are associated with a laid-back look for sure. But you can take this denim style from OshKosh cute to grown-up chic with some smart styling.

Meet your starter overalls. I added this pair to my closet last week and wanted to share. I’ve been in love with the idea of overalls for years, but when it came to finding a pair that fit, it was easier said than done. This distressed pair is tight at the waist with a skinny rolled up ankle, creating a flattering silhouette. Finding a pair of denim overalls that fit well is the key to pulling off this look, so don't let a good pair pass you by. You want them to feel tailor-made. To offset this relaxed boyish look, I paired mine with a feminine crop top and heels.

There's an inherent no-fuss, cool-girl quality to this look that makes getting dressed a snap.

Overalls are a tried and true style that have the renaissance of summer. Never underestimate the emotive power of a good pair of dungarees! The most playful of garments, there’s something nostalgic about sliding into this all-in-one piece that makes you want to go climb trees.

If you’re feeling apprehensive about trying a trend like overalls, ease into the style by pairing a dark wash with comfy basics. A solid black or white tee and some sneaks for daytime wear, or a divey night out. Once you're ready to take it to the next level, swap out the casual slides for strappy minimal heels. The sleek shoe will balance out the distressed fit and make for one effortless look.

The modern take on this one-and-done becomes weekend-ready when paired with black ankle boots and a buttoned-to-the-top oxford shirt (think Olivia Palermo.)  Or go grunge with one strap undone and a plaid shirt draped around your waist. Layer with stripes for a cool daytime style. Top off with a straw boater hat and ride out those hot days of summer like a kid again.

Do you own a pair of overalls? Would you try this look? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Outfit Details:
Overalls: Forever21 (also love these in white) Top: Forever 21 Contrast Paneled Top Shoes: Banana Republic Alicia D'Orsay Pump in Le Rose (on sale!) Sunglasses: Karen Walker Super Duper Strength Clutch: Unknown Watch: Michael Kors Lips: MAC Saint Germain Nails: Essie Ballet Slippers