Burgundy Sweater Vest

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Today I am sharing a small business with you – The Market Boutique! I am featuring their knit sweater vest which comes in a variety of colors. This little business is based in Carrollton, Georgia, and has some trendy pieces for any woman. Some of my favorite things they carry are scarves and dresses, and they also carry plus sizes! The best part about shopping with a small boutique? Finding unique clothing and accessories — and that is exactly what I found in this sweater vest. Think blanket cardigan turned vest! Styling a Sweater Vest I paired the vest with my favorite Suki Flare Jeans from Silver Jeans, and I also think they’d look great with Silver’s Suki Skinnies and some brown boots like these! Visit The Market Boutique and take … Read More

Closet Staples, Part 2

Teacher FashionistaMy Closet, Teacher Styles, Wear to Work

I like to treat every day as a “first impression” kind of day. When I get ready in the morning, I am looking for an outfit that has a professional appeal and is easy to wear.  I have clothes in my closet I continually rely on that are budget-friendly, classic pieces you can mix and match – and that is what this series is featuring. You can read Part 1 here. Basics to help you Build and Organize your Wardrobe: 1-2. The work-friendly LBD (Summer / Winter): Who doesn’t love the versatility of a Little Black Dress? It goes well in warmer months with statement jewelry, sandals, or wedges; and in the cooler months with scarves, jackets, and boots! Find a classic style, and you will go … Read More

Closet Staples, Part 1

Teacher FashionistaMy Closet, Teacher Styles, Wear to Work

As my first blog series, I thought I’d dive right into teacher style since it is near and dear to my heart! I know that when I first started student teaching, one of my biggest worries was whether or not I’d show up in something professional enough, yet still comfortable enough to stand in and walk around in throughout the day. Because, let’s be real – teachers rarely never sit down! Now that I’ve been teaching for 8 years, I have some pieces of clothing I depend on – and that is what this series will feature. If you are starting to build your wardrobe, or want to add to it – here are some of the basics to help you start building! Closet Basics … Read More