Classic Pieces

SEE LARK! | Classic Pieces

Basics seem to be a major theme for me this week.  This time around, it’s all about white, gray, and black colors. These colors in the  form of classic pieces anything but basic. I love a good white button down shirt, with sleeves rolled up or un-tucked, it has a great casual vibe. Continue reading “Classic Pieces”

Vroom-Vroom

SEE LARK! | Vroom Vroom

I’ve got a need for speed.  Well…at least speed as expressed through my clothing. I have a soft spot for soft silk shirts, specifically those made by Equipment. Not only are they high quality but its quirky designs, like these little motorcycles, makes it that much more fun to wear. Naturally, motorcycles call for a leather skirt to match and I was more than happy to oblige. Continue reading “Vroom-Vroom”

Crazy Bold Pumps

SEE LARK! | Crazy Bold Pumps

Totally gorgeous and totally impractical, patterned pumps are every where you turn this season.  If you are a shoe addict and love to say you care with shoes, then bold and crazy prints are just what the doctor ordered. They are a great complement to wardrobe basics or mixed with other patterns.   Continue reading “Crazy Bold Pumps”

Business Casual

SEE LARK! | Business Casual

Office wear can get a little boring, so how can you spice it up yet still be work appropriate?  The key is looking for interesting cuts while still keeping the silhouette simple or wearing traditional pieces in an unconventional color.  Since I am a lover of all things gray and black, I chose the former.  Continue reading “Business Casual”

Channeling Farrah

SEE LARK! | Channeling Farrah

I thought it was time to inject some change into my usual wardrobe. Therefore, I am finally giving the jumpsuit a fair handshake and I think I am in love. This version by Splendid is super comfortable and with the right pant length, this style can be flattering on multiple body shapes. Add a structured jacket and pumps and it becomes a nice nod to the 70s without being too literal. Continue reading “Channeling Farrah”

Modified Black Blazer

rag-bone-blazer-1

A blazer is one of those pieces of clothing that never go out of style. Though its original intent was more formal in nature, it’s my go-to clothing staple for work and play. I own plenty of black blazers, but was drawn to this Rag and Bone version (it also doesn’t hurt that I got it on crazy discount). With a fishtail back and leather collar, it’s an update to the traditional cut and a perfect layering piece for Spring’s unpredictable weather. Continue reading “Modified Black Blazer”

Say Yes To Non-Thong Sandals

 

SEE LARK! | Non-Thong Sandals

[ 1. J. Crew / 2. Target / 3. Sam Edelman / 4. Loeffler Randall / 5. Joie / 6. Forever 21 / 7. Alexander Wang]

Flip flops used to be my sandal of choice for the warmer months. However, since I was wearing said flops when I had my scooter accident last year in Thailand, I have since avoided wearing any type of “thong” sandal. Continue reading “Say Yes To Non-Thong Sandals”

A Farewell To Winter

SEE LARK! | A Farewell To Winter | Cameo Coat

By this time of year, I am usually searching for warm weather pieces even though we’re still dealing with the remnants of winter. That is why I was surprised to find myself buying a new coat in March. I stumbled upon a really cute shop called Etcetera Etc. during my last trip to Austin. Continue reading “A Farewell To Winter”

Rule of Three: The Foxy Shirt

fox, fox print, in god we trust

If I had a totem spirit, it would be the fox. What else could explain my obsessions for Shiba Inus and this fox-print shirt I discovered in my recent trip to Brooklyn? Handcrafted in the good ol’ U. S. of A., I loved the playful print and silky smooth feeling of this In God We Trust button-down. To justify the purchase, I took the Rule of Three on an adventure through DC, highlighting both the versatility of the shirt and some of the city’s iconic sites. Continue reading “Rule of Three: The Foxy Shirt”

French Navy

french-navy-1, stripes, french, nautical, layers, streetstyle

The combination of a pea coat and stripes is what I imagine Camera Obscura’s Tracyanne Campbell wearing when she sings “French Navy“. On a cold crisp day, layers are essential so on comes the knit shirt, cardigan, and coat.  I just love how a bright orangey red mixes with leather, studs, and black and white stripes.   Continue reading “French Navy”