Wardrobe Wednesdays: Olivia Munn in Vancouver

Olivia Munn fashion in Vancouver

When it comes to laid back fall fashion, I think Olivia Munn is our girl.

The actress was seen walking her two adorable doggies in Vancouver a few days ago in the coziest looking tweed trench. She paired the look with a cute Batman crop top, Vans, and high waisted jeans.

I love the combination of patterns Olivia Munn mixes with the tweed and printed Vans. It gives the look an interesting depth without taking away from the relaxed nature of it.

See below for the original Vans (marked with *) and some other pieces inspired by the look!

Coat:

1. Express, $248.00

2. Burberry, $1,595.00

Top:

3. Costume Patch, $5.47

4. Artist Shot, $38.00

Shoes:

5. Nordstrom, $109.95 *

6. Nordstrom Rack, $49.97

 

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Wardrobe Wednesdays: Alice Vaughan in ‘The Catch’ Episode “The Real Killer”

Alice Vaughan, The Catch Episode 2

#TGIT on ABC added a new fashionable TV character to its lineup: Alice Vaughan.

Alice Vaughan, played by Mireille Enos on the new series The Catch, is a private investigator that fell for a con man. And when I say she fell, I mean she really fell in deep. Like, never-gonna-be-able-to-crawl-out-of-this-hole deep.

In episode 2, titled “The Real Killer,” Alice wears a white swing dress with tall black boots. As she leaves the house, she’s seen with a tan-colored trench coat hanging over her arm.

I love how simple and innocent this look is. I really like the fact that she went for a tan jacket instead of black to add more color to the outfit.

Below are a few items similar to what Alice is wearing. What do you guys think? Does Scandal’s Olivia Pope have some style competition coming her way?

Coat:

1. Burberry, $1,095.00

2. Nordstrom, $158.00

Dress:

3. WearAll.com, $17.05

4. Missguided, $28.90

Boots:

5. Aldo, $65.00

6. 6pm, $196.99

Be sure to watch The Catch on Thursdays during #TGIT at 10/9c!

Gallery Mondays: Walking Across the Brooklyn Bridge

tavola brooklyn bridge

Last week I went to Tavola on 9th Ave in NYC with some coworkers for our holiday party. On the wall near the window of the restaurant there was this lovely painting that looked like a photograph. I honestly would have went on thinking it was a photograph if I hadn’t gotten closer to it. Sadly, I have no clue who painted this.

The painting depicts a man wearing a brimmed hat and trench coat walking across the Brooklyn Bridge. The man also carries a briefcase, causing me to believe he’s walking home from work.

Does anyone else think this might have been partially inspired by Mad Men? 

Fall 2015 Outerwear Picks

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The temperature is starting to drop here in New York, and soon we’ll be pulling out our fall jackets again. It’s such a pity to have to cover up a cute outfit sometimes, but a jacket that has character could make all the difference.

I myself have thought about getting a new jacket for the fall. Not sure if I’ll go through with it, but here are a few contenders.

Fall 2015 Outerwear Picks leather

My current fall jacket is a silver/gray leather jacket. If you’re going for a sporty look, a leather jacket is just the thing you need. You can get something colorful or stick to neutrals.

Shop Leather Jackets:

Brown

Blue

Black & White

Burgundy

Fall 2015 Outerwear Picks trench

I also own a blue plaid trench coat that I wear when the weather drops below 50 degrees in the fall. I have considered getting a solid color trench coat that would match my outfits better, but I couldn’t resist adding that floral trench!

Shop Trench Coats:

Orange

Black Floral

Green

Gray/Blue

Fall 2015 Outerwear Picks denim

Nothing says old school better than a denim jacket! I haven’t worn one of these in such a long time (like 5 years!). Since denim is such a universal material, it’s important to get a jacket that has something unique (such as rhinestones or rips). You can even DIY it!

Shop Denim Jackets:

Distressed

Black

Hooded

Shoulder Rhinestones

Which fall jacket is your favorite?

Keep in mind that if you do decide to order one of the jackets above, many of them run in Asian sizes. Please consult the size charts and perform proper measurements before ordering!