“Olive you so much.”

There’s one color that I can’t get enough of:  Olive green.  This shade looks good on everybody and looks good in pretty much everything.  Instead of the popular olive bomber jacket we’ve seen everywhere, I opted for something lightweight to tackle Spring temperatures and can be used in the Summer as well:  an olive-green chambray button down.  I’ve gone through a few of these over the years and have worn them over maxi dresses, denim, shorts…you name it.  All you have to do is throw it on to anchor an outfit.  I did a little pop of color with an orange cami because it goes with khaki tones so well.  Since the pieces I have on are a bit on the baggy side, I decided to wear heels for added height (balance is key, ladies!).  And as far as my accessories go, leopard and stripes go hand in hand here (yes, you can mix patterns as long as the colors match!).  Lastly, can’t have a My Style and Grace outfit without sunglasses and these mirrored lovelies are everything.  To my go to shirt this season: Olive you so much ❤
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Photos by Mikhail Sehmenov

Here’s what I’m wearing // and other options

Flap Pocket Shirt // Banana Republic Military Shirt
Brooke Rod Cami // Orange Braided Y Back Cami
Zara Striped Trousers (sold out!) // Armani Exchange Trousers
Dior Technologic // Metal Frame Mirrored Sunglasses
Steve Madden Bayyside Sandals // Steve Madden Stecy

“Less is more.”

First blog post of the month!  Woohoo!  I’ve been quite a busy bee lately, but I hope you guys didn’t miss me too much!  I am currently working on an Instagram project with Coach, so stay tuned for that!  It’s not going to be until April/May, but I am very excited and can’t wait to share with you guys!

Anyways, back to business.  Let’s talk about dressing basic/minimal.  This style has taken over the world of social media and it’s been proven that it’s not such a bad thing. Clean lines and simple silhouettes – it’s a no brainer.  The key here is adding a statement to your outfit.  That can be texture, a little pattern or pop of color to help accentuate the “basics”.  It’s also nice to stick with neutral palettes and don’t be afraid to be playful! Instead of a basic white button down, I picked this one up with a slightly ruffled back and my pants tie in the front!  I kept my shoes and accessories simple: nude sandals, classic aviators and gold minimal jewelry.  When it comes to this pared-down and understated look, less is definitely more. ❤

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Photos by Mikhail Sehmenov

Here’s what I’m wearing // and other options

Maurie and Eve Somerset top //
Maurie and Eve Athena Wrap Pant (sold out) // Maurie and Eve Five To One Pant
Steve Madden Sandals // Steve Madden Stecy
Kenzo Wallet Chain // Cynthia Rowley Mini Bag
Rayban Aviators // Black Aviators