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Winter Options For That Fabulous Bodysuit

First off we must say we can not believe it is December 1st already! Where did this year go? Besides December,

We have been thinking a lot about bodysuits lately, I know weird right? This is just a how a fashionista’s brain works. However, the amazing one piece has gone to such great heights in the summertime, especially with some high-waisted shorts! However, what about the winter? And yes, we are talking about our California winter. So, maybe a few extra layers if you are on the east coast. We’ve found that bodysuits are the answer to our sartorial prayers. Not only do they stay in place when tucked into high-waisted pants and skirts, but they’re also thin enough that they don’t add any unnecessary bulk. Under pretty blouses, the extra layer will keep you oh so warm and extend the life of your favorite summery tops. We wanted to share with you, 13 ways to keep that bodysuit fresh on deck in your closet.

Give new life to your summery tops by layering a long sleeve-bodysuit underneath.

Fashion girls are all pairing their band tees with long sleeve-tops for winter.

Dress up your favorite jeans with a pretty lace bodysuit.

With a pencil skirt, this piece is super flattering.

A ribbed bodysuit is an ideal piece to tuck into high-waisted pants—it doesn’t budge.

Or this button-down option bodysuit, for some extra style points.

Give us all the mesh in the world, please! Loose-fitting trousers balance out a see-through bodysuit.

Swap out an average turtleneck for a turtleneck bodysuit, and never fuss with keeping it tucked in again.

Copy and paste this look for all your holiday party festivities.

An off-the-shoulder piece looks fun with jeans and heels.

Your next going-out outfit need a sheer piece.

Fashion girls are inspiring us to keep wearing our breezy summer tops all through the winter by layering them over a turtleneck bodysuit.

Turtlenecks again—under blouses and button-downs, they bring new life into our wardrobes (and add an extra layer of warmth).

Hope you enjoy these style options for that banging bodysuit!

Let us know some of your favorite pair up’s with that heavenly one piece in the comments below!

Xx, B

Tis’ the Season for Style

Happy December! It’s that time of the year again, and were as excited as ever! The holidays are here, and so are the oh-so-good holiday styles. From ruby red to crystal whites, this season were going to give you some of the best looks to wear at your holiday party this year!


Romanticized and timeless, a white dress is the look this season. I mean model and actress Elisa Sednaoui should be enough for you to know its a MUST. You can easily balance an embroidered version with a striking noir-accented accessory.

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The only real way you know its the holiday season is sparkling sequins. Follow Dree Hemingway’s lead and go for a dress in single treatment color or really make a statement in a rainbow-hued design like Sonia Rykiel’s dress. Either way sparkling sequins is fabulous for this time of year just like your Christmas shopping.

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Now, in order for you to be the Chanel of the season you must have ruby red jewels. These are essential for an holiday outfit. Update your jewelry collection with traditional blood-red rubies. A modern style ring or a delicate pair of studs look both fresh and glamorous.

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Get noticed with a princess worthy trifecta or hair and make-up touches. Boldly colored lips, look-at-me lashes, and of course a bejeweled headband are the perfect combination to obtain a crowning beauty moment.

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For the most subdues occasions, a rich burgundy dress in devorè or textured lace is the picture of chic. Go glam like editorial and art connoisseur Dasha Zhukova and wear yours with metallic platforms and a sleek clutch. Vintage-y gold jewelry leads an old-world touch as well.

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Bold jewels were the accessory du jour on the runways and make for the ultimate evening companions.

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The Nashville based model and mom is known as much for her inspired red-carpet classics as for her elegant, rock-inspired looks. Here, she shares her holiday evening style with a rock-n-roll inspired sparkling dress, as well as a Christmas pink chic gown for the weekend party.

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Winter’s Hottest Trends: Street Style Edition

What is being worn by todays trend setters? Well, let’s take a look…

PshearlingShocking Shearling –

Shearling which in the past has been used as a trim detail or coat lining for extra warmth, has now become a winter style statement. Shearling made from real or fuax fur is now being incorporated into other aspects of clothing, from oversized collars, to full on coats, the extra warmth and fun texture is definitely a no brainer for this winter.

PplaidPlaid Perfection –

Now we’ve all become very familiar with plaid, in fact it’s pretty much become a staple in everyone’s closet, fashionista or not. But just because it’s the norm doesn’t mean it isn’t still stylish. Lately plaid has been seen on the street worn in oversized scales and bold colors. One of our favorite bloggers Chiara Ferragni from The Blonde Salad was seen rocking a classic red and black plaid coat, making it the focal point by wearing the plaid with all black.

PmonoMarvelous Monochromatic –

There’s a common misconception of what a monochromatic outfit is; which is that the entire outfit consists of different shades of grey or black and white. In actuality, “mono” translates to one, which means the outfit could consist of multiple shades of any one color. This winter we’ve been seeing tons of monochromatic head to toe looks. They are easy to pull off and always manage to look classic and put together. Playing with multiple textures and fabric weights is the best way to differentiate the similar tones and add dimension to an otherwise bland outfit.

 PtweedTons of Tweed –

It’s no secret that Chanel put tweed on the fashion map, making it an all time classy fabric, but recently we’ve been seeing tweed used in creative and innovative ways. Besides the classic coat, tweed is being incorporated into accessories such as clutches, shoes, gloves, and hats. Constructed with many colors this fun fabric adds lots of texture and elegance to any winter outfit.

Ppatent Playful Patent –

Most commonly worn as patent leather, this shiny fabric has been all the rage this winter. Typically seen on shoes, we are now starting to see patent leather incorporated into skirts, dresses, coats, and even pants! It’s fun, it’s reflective, and it makes a statement. What’s not to love? If patent leather seems a little too bold for you, start with basic black accessories. It’s hard to mess up and it still gives the glossy look.

Photos courtesy of (popsugar.com Street Style at Men’s Fashion Week)