Happy Wednesday, January 2, 2013 readers! I hope everyone had a fantastic New Years! Isn't this look photographed in Paris, France absolutely divine? It's casual, but still classic. A great bold colored top, skinny jeans, and a cream colored pair of loafers give it that European flair. I love how she mixes a classic shoe with a pair of jeans, so much fun! What do you think of the look? How was everyone's New Years? Please, do share!
1. Speaking of sharing...My New Years was full of excitement. I was invited over to my cousin's house for a great New Years party. We enjoyed lobster, and a few chicken dishes. The desserts were amazing. From chocolate cakes to cheesecakes to cupcakes, my eyes were watering from all the excitement. I love this dessert stand, what a clever and great design. When the clock struck 12, we rung in the New Year with a bottle of champagne! It's always so much fun to spend time with those you love to welcome in the New Year. I'm in the process of thinking about my New Years resolution. With so much that I want to do, It's difficult to narrow down the choice's. What's your New Years resolution?
2. One of my New Years resolutions is to finally give my bedroom some much needed sprucing up. I want my bedroom to feel calm and relaxing, but also be full of patterns, and great vintage furniture. It's going to be difficult to find the right pieces to give me that feel. If fixing up your bedroom is something you're looking to do as well, then I suggest checking out Converso. They have a cool mix of furniture. If you're into vintage furniture you'll be in heaven!
3. I found a few great pieces to start you off on the right foot for this spring. These pair of jeans, are similar to the ones above. They have a light wash and can be mixed and matched with a variety of tops and shoes. I love this necklace. It's so fresh and would look great with a pair of jeans and a T-shirt or a formal dress. Shopbop.com is taking an extra 20% off all sale items for the next three days, so I suggest heading over there to pick up a few pieces.