I love wearing bright, bold colors. It’s part of the reason I’m such a huge Lilly Pulitzer fan. I don’t think wearing bright colors can ever be too loud, but that’s just me. When I heard that Tieks had a neon collection that included radiant pink, purple, green, yellow, and orange in the brightest neon shades possible, I knew I had to add the neon pink, called “pop pink” Tieks to my shoe collection. I’ve never worn such bright, neon pink shoes before, and I absolutely love these!
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Explore my 6 pair Tieks collection, 4 reasons to give Tieks as the perfect gift, and how I style these beautiful, handmade, Italian leather ballet flats that I’ve traveled all over the world in.
We donned red for our first evening in London, after hopping off a 7 hour plane ride, to go enjoy a meal in London’s South Kensington neighborhood. After a long flight, I needed a pop of color to feel energized, so I hit the town wearing a red dress, red Tieks and my favorite From St. Xavier handbag which is completely handcrafted, featuring a luxurious red velvet interior, and beautiful golden-bronze exterior expertly crafted with a gorgeous filigree pattern.
I absolutely love my Tieks, which are handcrafted in Italy over the course of 3 days and 150 steps, because of how comfortable they are when walking around a city all day, how convenient they are for traveling (they fold in half), and because of how versatile and classic these flats are. I will be wearing Tieks for years to come.
Tieks, handmade from supple Italian leather in more than 60 colors and patterns, are my go-to travel shoes, and I never leave home without at least one pair of my favorite, easy to pack ballet flats. Here’s why I love them, and four ways to wear them when traveling.
The Lilly Pulitzer Trisha Shirtdress in Spotted on Worth perfectly coordinates with my Pop Pink Tieks (last worn here)! This beautiful shirt dress, which can easily be dressed up or down, is currently a part of the Lilly Pulitzer Sunshine Sale, which is happening now until midnight (EST) Tuesday, September 14th. If you’re interested in a few of the other gorgeous pieces I picked up in the sale, check out this post.
I’ve always loved blazers and skirts for fall, so this collegiate striped blazer outfit was not only comfortable but also a sign of the changing seasons as the days become shorter, the weather becomes cooler, and I begin reaching for more layering pieces.
Summer clothing styles are far and away my favorite seasonal clothing. I just love the lightweight, billowy fabrics, the intricate details, botanical patterns, crisp, cool whites, and reflective metals, and since summer is the most common time for me to enjoy these styles, aside from the occasional winter getaway, I can’t tell you how excited I was to pull some of these beauties out of my closet and enjoy the warmer weather after the summer solstice. Below is volume 4 of my summer essentials. I hope these inspire you to have a beautiful, stylish summer with a few new pieces, things you already own and love, or a mix of both.
How to pack a hat box and travel with hats in a checked bag will give you all the tips and tricks to take your favorite sun hats on your next big adventure.
2020 was certainly a year. The pandemic shut down most of the world back in late February – early March, and nothing has been the same since. In early 2020 I had to indefinitely postpone more than 45 trips, some of which had been in the works for more than a year, I missed out…
In this guide, I’m going to give you step-by-step instructions on how to thin out your closet, and fill it with items that you actually want to wear. Last year, I went through my closet and donated nearly half of it, which ended up filling an entire car with clothing I did’t love, wasn’t wearing, and wouldn’t reach for again, and it’s one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. Learn what steps I took to slash my clothing budget and my collection down to a fraction of what it was, how I focus on the pieces I love to keep my wardrobe fresh, and ways to stop buying things you’ll never actually use.