The other night I decided to watch the 1993 movie Sliver starring Sharon Stone. In one scene in the film, Sharon’s character is out to lunch for a business meeting. This scene is so prominent in my memory because Sharon looked so effortlessly striking in her power suit, which she accessorized with an amazing cameo velvet choker. I decided in that moment that cameo necklaces and chokers will definitely be the next big trend in jewelry. This season, designers, brands and stylists have been taking so many cues from 90s fashion and I predict that cameo necklaces will make their mark again in editorial and runway very soon.


Photo Courtesy of Zara

As winter slowly moves into spring, I guarantee you will be seeing bright green coats wherever you go. From puffers to bombers to peacoats, green will be to the go-to color. Here are a few of my favorite bright green coats in stores now!


Green Masculine Coat: Zara

Green Longline Boyfriend Coat: Topshop

Long Double Breasted Coat: Vika Gazinskaya

Oversized Bomber Jacket: H&M

Rideau Shell Down Parka: Canada Goose

Crossed Midi Coat: Giancula Capannolo

Green Zippered Coat: J. Crew

Model Squad Bomber Jacket: Forever 21

Printed Wool Cape: Gucci

Wet Look Lightweight Bubble Coat: Boohoo

Embellished Stripe Coat: Rochas

Green Hooded Parka: Moncler Maquereau

Padded Boxy Jacket: New Look

 Green Double Breasted Trench Coat: Herno



It used to be that one only wore sequins on New Years Eve or perhaps to an 80’s themed birthday party, but now, it has become more than appropriate to wear glittery sequins day to night, in the most casual of settings to the fanciest affairs. When done right, sequins have a way of telling onlookers that you want to be seen and that they are going to enjoy what they see. Here are a few of my favorite sequined pieces on the market now.


Open Back High Neck Sequin Dress: Vetements

Trompe L’oeil Sequin Sandals: Gucci

Sequined Chiffon Tunic: Tom Ford

Glam to the Bone Sequin Skirt: Nasty Gal

Sequined Biker Jacket: Ashish

Cropped Sequin Jersey Top: Saint Laurent

Camouflage Sequin Bomber Jacket: Topshop

American Flag Sequin Shoulder Bag: Marc Jacobs

Sequined Bandeau Top: Free People

Knotted Sequined Satin Mules: No. 21

Jesse Sequin Gown: Diane von Furstenburg

Alice in Chains Sequin Dress: Nasty Gal

Sequin Embellished Flared Pants: Monse

Sequin Halter Top: Free People



Photo Credit: Urban Outfitters

If you are one of those people who really struggle with saying how you feel or confronting other people, you are in luck! Graphic tees have come back in style with a vengeance and that means it is now more than appropriate to literally wear your heart on your sleeve (or your chest). Forget about sending vague text messages, snarky emails, or subtweets. If you really want to get your message out there on the sly, put it on a t-shirt!

*Disclaimer: I do not condone passive aggressive behavior in any way and am actually a huge advocate for telling people to their faces how you really feel while you still can, but trust me when I say I know we all have those days when we’re feeling a little shy or reserved…or just downright petty lol.


Try Your Luck Tee: Urban Outfitters

You Fuck’n Asshole Shoulder T-Shirt: Vetements

New York T-Shirt: Zara

Good Vibes Only Tee: Mikoh

A Friend With Weed Tee: Nasty Gal

Punk Tee: Tripp NYC

May The Bridges I Burn Light The Way: Vetements

I Do It For My Mama Tee: Zara

Boy Bye: Beyoncé

This Too Shall Suck: Kid Dangerous

Love Will Save The Day Tee: Sacai

Queen Of Everything T-Shirt: Noisy May

Hey Is For Horses Tee: Urban Outfitters

Fragile T-Shirt: Zara

NYC Cropped Tee: Topshop

Wild Insolent Forever: Courreges

Oh Hi T-Shirt: Nasty Gal

Most Likely To Not Give A Fuck: Rihanna