Spring Dreaming

I went out earlier this week for a lunch date at Chelsea Market and my date was
running late. I did what any fashion loving stylist would do and I took a stroll
through Anthropologie. Oh how I was transformed into a Spring Dream! I forgot
it was 6 degrees outside and began putting together my Spring wardrobe.
I haven’t been to Anthropologie in a while and forgot how nice the clothing is.
I was also impressed with the fact that most things were available in petite. As
a 5’1″stylist, I love fashion but sometimes everything isn’t for me so, it was
refreshing to see options. I saw several things I must go back for but here are
a few of the things I liked. Don’t let the cold weather keep you from planning
your spring wardrobe. Let me know if you like my pics.
~Gone Shopping…be back soon!
Spring Dreaming

Green dress

Ponte dress


Ribbon jewelry

Wood jewelry

Hinged bracelet

Happy New Year!



I wish you a very Happy New Year!

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And it was a surprisingly great experience.

SadiaSeymour‘s insight:

I was so intrigued to read this article. To my surprise they gave positive comments overall. I must admit I like the patterned leggings Stella Bugbee wore. Good job Nicki!

See on nymag.com

Ankle Dangle

ankle jewelry

Trends come and go …and come back. I saw this trend in the November 2013 issue of InStyle magazine. I have to say that I like it! I like it alot!! I always knew the ankle had more to offer than holding up shoe straps.  I think it’s a creative way to play with accessories you already own and takes an outfit to a totally different level.

Will you give this trend a try or is it a passing phase? If you do try it, please respond to this post with a picture. I’d love to see your creativity. I’ll give it a whirl soon.

~Gone shopping…be back soon!

See on Scoop.itFashion Stylist

Kate Moss is British Vogue’s new Contributing Fashion Editor

SadiaSeymour‘s insight:

I’m ready for my contributing editor position.

See on www.vogue.co.uk

See on Scoop.itFashion Stylist

The Japan-based clothing giant will open eight more U.S. stores between now and Thanksgiving

See on www.businessweek.com

Do what you love…

and get paid doing it! I am living proof of that statement. I always wanted to and knew I’d work in the fashion industry. My entire career since college has been in fashion. My positions may have changed but, I have never left my beloved fashion industry. If you love something, an industry or a product, I can assure you there is a job for you doing what you love if YOU look in to it and do the research. I tell this to my Fashion Styling students all the time!

Jess Lee, CEO of Polyvore is a true example. Her love of the online fashion site, degree in Computer Science and some good advice landed her a job doing what she loves. Follow the link and see how Lee went from Superuser to CEO. Stay Inspired!


~Gone shopping…be back soon!






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