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PRODUCTS I USED:

  • Glamglow Glowstarter in Nude Glow
  • Drunk Elephant D-Bronzi
  • Tarte Shape Tape concealer in Light Neutral
  • Fenty Beauty Matte Stix Matte Skinstick in Mocha
  • BECCA Be A Light Face Palette in Light/Medium
  • Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-hour Blush in Seduce
  • NARS Highlighting Blush in Hot Sand
  • Morphe x James Charles palette (shades Punch Me, Tea, Benny, Wig, So Good and Face)
  • MAC Cosmetics Prep + Prime Fix+ Shimmer in Goldlite
  • Pat McGrath Labs Permagel Ultra Lip Pencil in Contour
  • Fenty Beauty Stunna Lip Paint in Undefeated
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Wild West-inspired styles seem to be making their way into the world of high fashion as of late. And while I certainly can’t justify spending over $1,000 on the Fendi logo boots I have been lusting after for months, I *can* bring out the authentic cowboy boots I bought 10 years ago.

After thumbing through the pages of Vogue and Teen Vogue, 15-year-old me saved up all her money for a pair of classic cowboy boots. Tan with white embroidery, they were the first pair of high heels I ever owned. Ten years later at age 25, I still have them, and they are still in great condition! So, why not style them in new ways? They are just as versatile as ever.

Colder temperatures have seem to put me in a bit of a style rut this winter, but thanks to technology and social media, all the inspiration I need is at my finger tips. When I feel as if I am at a standstill, I look to some of my favorite bloggers and It girls for inspo. Who better to get a few style cues from than queen cowgirl herself Katrina Brodsky, aka Keller Rose?

For years I’ve followed Katrina and applauded her for remaining true to her Midwestern roots; she certainly doesn’t follow all the major trends, unlike some of her counterparts in the blogosphere. Plus, I absolutely love that she doesn’t tone down her sex appeal in an attempt to be “brand safe” or attract a younger audience. Her work has taught me to be proud of my curvy figure, and that I can still feel fashionable even if I have a bigger bust or thicker thighs than the women major designers send down the runway every season.

What do you think of the way I paired my cowboy boots with light-wash denim and a vintage pinstripe blazer?

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I haven’t done a monthly favorites post in quite a while, so I decided to try something different this time around. While I cannot say how long I will go between posts for my new series Currently crushing on, this concept is a lot more fun and exciting than a standard favorites post–mainly because it will be a lot more inspiration-based. Think of it as a big mood board.

As the seasons change (and as fashion month rolls on), a ton of inspiration comes my way. I have been thumbing through fashion magazines for as long as I remember. Thanks to technology, I am able to endlessly scroll for inspiration via platforms like Pinterest and Tumblr, so putting together a mood board is easier than ever.

[source: Harmony Paris]

Louis Vuitton Epi Leather tote [source: CJ Luxury]

Color: British racing green

[source: Giu Giu]

[source: Inamorata]

Labels: Harmony Paris, Giu Giu, Inamorata Woman

[source: Dior]

[source: Lyst]

Styles: Helmut Lang Painter Jeans, Dior Saddle & Fendi Western Boots

Skincare: Glossier Milky Oil

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Makeup: Pat McGrath Labs FetishEyes™ Mascara, Fenty Beauty Stunna Lip Paint in Undefeated

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Although spring/summer style never excited me much growing up, I can’t help but be inspired by it more and more as I get older. This year I have been discovering new and unexpected ways to mix patterns as weather gets warmer. Don’t get me wrong–it is still pretty chilly here in New York City, but in the world of fashion, spring has already sprung.

Last week I saw blogger and style icon Lucy Williams in a dress I already owned, and I thought the way she wore it was so genius. So, I recreated the look for myself and put my own spin on it.

Instead of opaque tights, like the ones Lucy wore, I decided to show a little skin with a sheer pair. The dress has a high neckline and long sleeves; to make it look cheekier, I chose sheer tights.

While I love mixing prints, I never would have thought to wear this ornate comic-print dress with patterned tights. But this cheetah pair gives it a fresh, updated (and slightly sexy) feel.

The dress itself has pops of muted blue, yellow and pink throughout, so the subdued color palette really keeps the entire outfit looking sleek. It is even more streamlined with black tights.

Other than shoes, I definitely did not feel the need to accessorize. Lucy’s feet are not visible in her photos, so I was left to my own devices when it came to footwear. Normally, I go for heels when I rock a dress and tights, but I wanted to be a little more dressed down this time around. Because this look makes enough of a statement on its own, I slipped on my Fila Disruptor II’s.

Their chunky design gives me the height boost I crave, while also balancing the busy top half of this outfit. (And the all-white colorway maintains the subtle color palette I had in mind since I started putting the look together.) Overall, the Fila’s Disruptor is a “dad” shoe that gives any outfit a boyish edge.

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