Hello! Look #3 is live and ready to shop (just head to the link above)!
My primary goal with this look is versatility. It’s full of classic staples and can be dressed up or down with just a couple small changes.
Throw on the jacket and this look can take you to the office on casual Friday. Or forgo the jacket, add a red lip, keep the heels and you’re headed to happy hour! Drop the heels, add some white sneakers, stick to simple, low-key makeup and you’ve got a casual Saturday look. And if it’s a “I haven’t showered today and I have errands to run” day … it’s casual enough to just throw on a baseball cap!
And a quick note about that bag — yes, it’s a diaper bag. Guess what? I used a diaper bag as my primary bag for about four years BEFORE I had my first babe. Yes, it was the perfect work bag, gym bag, weekend bag … all those little compartments meant for diapers, Desitin and bottles? Turns out they’re really great for organizing all your stuff, regardless of whether you have a baby, a laptop and a high profile job, or need room to stash a water bottle, gym shoes and a change of clothes. It’s so versatile. And, look at it … it’s pretty darn stylish! No one except you, and other savvy mamas out there will even know it’s actually a diaper bag.
And that’s why I’m sharing it with you! I’m helping you build a simple wardrobe, with key pieces, that can be used in a variety of ways. No more cluttered closets, exorbitant credit card bills, or that sinking feeling when you open up your closet doors and think “I have nothing to wear.” Here, though you may have only a few quality pieces, you’ll learn how to use them to the fullest extent possible — in the most stylish way possible!
And I’d also like to take the opportunity to say thank you if you’re visiting this space! I’m really happy to have you, and I hope you’ll continue to follow along as I build an entire collection of looks from the pieces I outline in my Essential 25 post (if you haven’t see it, you can check it out here).
And if there’s anything you all would like to see here, I’m all ears, and I’d love to hear from you!