Feather Reflections :: Sequin stripes & Feather skirt

by wendy

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Happy Monday everyone!  As you’re reading this, MM and I are on our way to San Francisco.  Home is where the heart is, so we’re going back to the Bay Area to celebrate NYE!

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Closing 2013 with all of my favorites – delicate textures, versatile stripes, and sharp tailoring.  This blazer is over 2 years old and remains one of my all time favorite and most staple pieces in my wardrobe.  And I love playing with textures.  Whether it’s tulle, feathers, faille silk, sequin, beading, faux fur or other soft structures, I appreciate how they elevate classic shapes and silhouettes.

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I can’t believe another year has gone by.  And our blog will be turning 3 years old soon!  I was introduced to the world of community sharing via the Purse Forum many years ago.  Spending hours upon hours reading thread after thread on the forum after work each day (and admittedly also at work), I yearned to be a part of the fashion community.  I truly wanted to share and be a part of a community where passionate women and men can express their creativity and love for fashion.  It started from that simple desire, and now, I count my blessings every day that I get to work with my boyfriend and be creatively challenged nonstop.  Time does fly when you’re having fun!  We have a lot planned for 2014 and we can’t wait to share them with you!  New projects, new challenges, and new adventures!  Thank you so much for being on this journey with us.  We greatly appreciate your kindness, support, and encouragement.

And as always, thank you so much for reading!  See you in 2014!

:: Outfit ::

Top :: ASOS blazer (oldie but my favorite!) (also love this cut), Loft top (old)
Bottom :: Milly (similar here)
Shoes :: Jimmy Choo
Bag :: Chanel
Accessories :: Wendy’s Lookbook X Tacori bracelet, Jennifer Zeuner rings,
Deborah Lippmann ‘Fade to black’ polish