Hey style sisters! I
hope you’re excited for the second to last round of photos from my class
project with Neiman Marcus and Christos Patelis. The full article will be up in
just a few short days on www.smufashionmedia.com
Photo courtesy of Style.com

I need to stop biting my nails! Awful habit!

Looking to stand out
just the right amount during a glam girls’ night out?
My fashion choices
are usually a bit more reserved, but I couldn’t resist Parker’s teal green embellished top with sexy front and back slits. Fashion is all about stepping
out of your comfort zone, right? Mixed shades of gorgeous greens are my
favorite fall colors, so I turned to enchanting emerald accessories to amplify my look. Intricate costume rings from CUSP and delicate teardrop earrings from Anthropologie are fun, sparkly and all under $75.
This Patterson J. Kincaid leather jacket feels very city chic meets biker chick. The
unstructured jacket has great movement and the jersey lining is so comfy.
If I’m dancing with
my girlfriends, I typically avoid sky-high stilettos. I wish I was more
graceful in 6-inch heels, but that’s a skill I have yet to master! Instead, I like
to wear my Tory Burch black suede ankle booties (similar).
What’s your most
amazing outfit for a night out on the town?
Have a fun weekend
everyone!! TGIF!

4 Comments

  1. September 21, 2012 / 8:31 pm

    You look beautiful! Love this look. Great series this week, Brooke!

    xo
    Lipstick, Louboutin's & Lemon Drops

    • September 22, 2012 / 12:29 am

      Thanks Morgan! I'm so glad you like it!
      Loved your new post on the alcohol bouquet haha Spencer's 21st birthday is on Monday, so I may have to steal your idea! ; )

  2. September 27, 2012 / 3:07 am

    oh em effing geeee—looking amahzing and so high fashion! loves it!!

    • September 27, 2012 / 4:04 am

      Thanks Megan!! Hehe I try ; )
      Your article for On the Boulevard looks great, btw! The photo of the guy in the American flag pants is too funny.

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