If you can't tell, I've been on a tonal dressing kick. Keeping a whole look within the same color palette has been a fun exercise in subtly colorful dressing. This time around, I took a step back and turned the saturation allll the way down...Read More
Surprisingly enough, as a wardrobe stylist, I actually don't need to be dressed to the nines every day. Much of the time, I'm on set where I dress somewhere between conservative and casual (something like denim with a loose blouse, usually a heeled boot, often a clean sneaker) because styling is a very hands-on, active job: my outfit needs to be more work-ready than fashion forward.
Sometimes, though, a client meeting or networking event requires a more polished look (which I really enjoy putting together. I love creating a good power player ensemble). For those occasions, I do what I call, "The Creative Professional."...Read More
Before I realized that my personal style was best expressed with COLOR and lots of it, I leaned toward more toned down, or tonal, dressing. I loved dove grey and pastel pink, creams and pale blue. Often, I return to my tonal roots and play around with layering similar shades for a elongating effect. I love the look of combining pastel and ivory shades for a feminine feel and what better time to do that than during winter with sweater dresses...Read More
In December of 2016, the Pantone color of the year for 2017 was announced: Greenery, a yellow-green shade that evokes nature and the lushness of spring. While, in the past year, literal greenery has certainly reached peak exposure with the skyrocketing prominence of plants in all forms of decoration - from house plants to the now ubiquitous palm leaf print - I have found that Greenery the color has not taken off quite as much.
Instead, on the runways and presentation platforms of September's fashion week, Kelly green was front and center...Read More