weeks worth of outfits

Back at home. Yes, I usually hate having 2 Week's Worth of Outfits in a row, but I rediscovered Polyvore the other day and it's so much easier that it's definitely my new medium. I had an account before but had no idea how to use it, I'm still learning, so the collages will be getting better. If anyone knows how to put text on the collages, could you let me know? Anyway, enough of my rambling-


The first day is pretty relaxed, but with a kick- the bright blue Louboutins. The blazer is a huge trend and always looks put together, but can easily be dressed down. With faded denim, a simple t-shirt, a ladylike frame bag, and a gingham scarf, it's a perfect mix of downtown and uptown. 

Blazer- 3.1 Phillip Lim, Shorts- Citizens of Humanity, T-shirt- Helmut Lang, Scarf- Burberry, Bag- Miu Miu, Shoes- Christian Louboutin


I adore this look. An ethnic dress paired with slick uptown accessories. The dress has a fabulous pattern that is so versatile and on-trend. The double belt is so glamorous but works perfectly with the laidback dress. The bracelets tie in with the tribal feel and the yellow shoes add a pop of color. 

Dress- Topshop, Belt- Burberry, Bracelets- Roberto Cavalli, Sunglasses- Dolce & Gabbana, Shoes- Giuseppe Zanotti


Another favorite, this one is a bit quirkier. I am in love with the top and all of it's detail and color- it works with either casual jeans or a dressier skirt like this one. Speaking of skirts, this one is adorable. I love how girly and sugar-plum-fairylike it feels. Heels like these are practical because of the chunky heel. It's walkable but still totally stylish. 

Top- Mayle, Skirt- Camilla and Marc, Bracelet- Roberto Cavalli, Shoes- Derek Lam


These white skinny jeans act as a completely blank canvas, and I used it for very muted, soft colors that are perfect for summer. The blue top is dainty and so feminine, and can work well in winter with some layers. The bracelet is so cool, I love the in-between silver and gold color. 

Top- Anthropologie, Jeans- Topshop, Bracelet- Roberto Cavalli, Shoes- Stella McCartney


A simple, summery outfit. This dress is so feminine and the eyelet is what really stands out. This dress' detail almost works as an accessory, so you don't really need much jewelry. I chose a straw fedora- I've really been liking them lately. I love the way it looks with the blue. Some simple white flats and you're ready.

Dress- Catherine Malandrino, Hat- Topshop, Shoes- Topshop


My denim shorts addiction continues- this bright blue pair is great. I immediately fell for this t-shirt. It's so cute in such a simple way. A lightweight camel cardigan matches the orange and a bright yellow bag stands out. 

Shirt- Sass and Bide, Shorts- Notify, Cardigan- Little Joe, Bag- Pauric Sweeney, Shoes- Topshop


This is the one I would most likely wear. I'm obsessed with all of the patterns here. It's a lot, but it all ties in with the color and the simplicity of the shoes. The floral dress is so cute and can transition smoothly into the cooler months. A light scarf in a fabulous purple pattern, a blue fedora, and simple brown sandals complete the outfit. 

Dress- Topshop, Scarf- Topshop, Hat- Topshop, Shoes- Anthropologie

And just an outfit I threw together that didn't make the cut into WWOO :]



  1. ooo! good ones! i love straw fedoras now for some odd reason too, they're really the best summer heat. i love that one funky layered mayle top as well.

  2. love the outfits!! esp. tuesday, sunday, and the extra! very sophisticated and classic!

  3. hey great blog. would u like to link?

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  5. Oh my goodness if I could wear every one of these outfits I think I would actually be in heaven. You have phenomenal taste!

  6. Seriously great styling! I especially love Saturday's outfit--that shirt is too die for!