sweater weather {part 2}

I recently instagrammed this look as an OOTD (outfit of the day) and thought I'd make it my part two of sweater weather.

Sweater: boutique find | Jeans & Top: F21 |  Boots: Steve Madden 

I’m highlighting this fun, aztec print sweater. Since it’s an open sweater, it allows for tons of mix and matching. I choose to pull the burnt orange color from the sweater and wear my complementing crochet top (which you may remember from a recent post) underneath. I left the jewelry to a minimum again just because there are already so many prints and textures going on in this look. It’s the perfect fall sweater that you won’t be seeing the last of because of how versatile it is. 



TV debut.

Hey everyone! I just wanted to share with you the segment I was on for our school's TV program, MUTV. It was such a fun experience and I'm always thrilled to talk about my blog! Check out the full interview HERE


sweater weather {part 1}

Sweater: Ann Taylor (similar|  Jeans: F21 |  Boots: Steve Madden |  Bag: Gianni Bini 

It’s just not fall or winter with out a good sweater. They’re warm, soft, and come in a variety of different styles. You can’t go wrong with a cable knit or a cardigan. They make for great layering and can be really chic if styled well. In a three part series I’ll share with you my favorite sweater looks. I kept my bottoms and shoes basic to really highlight each sweater. My complementing pieces are some of my favorites. All looks are effortless and comfortable. 

For this first look, I’m highlighting one of my favorites. It’s a chunky knit, with an awesome neckline. It’s basically like having a built in scarf. To style this look I didn’t want to add any necklaces, because the neckline already has enough going on. Instead, I added two small bracelets and let the sweater steal the show. A styling change for this sweater would be to put your hair in a top knot and add some statement earrings. To make this look a little edgier, add some black leather leggings and black heels for night out! 


{special thank you to my amazing photographer Casey Batezel}


U lala: my latest posts

I've been slacking on sharing my latest posts with you all on U lala, so I've compiled my last three posts with a sneak peek of what they're about and links to them!  Enjoy!

Get to know Mizzou's Fan Favorite, Abbey Tingle, HERE.

Check out my Fall 2013 Trend Report HERE

Lastly, learn all about the app that could save your life HERE
(Fun fact: It was created by Mizzou alumni) 

Have a great Monday! 
(And let me know if you decide to download SafeTrek! I'd love to know!)