sorry for the much belated post! i’ve been in las vegas for an extended turkey weekend. while indulging in lots of food, continuous shopping and a few drinks throughout the weekend, i’ve been knocked off-schedule. we also made to a few Creighton basketball tournament games (my alma mater). here’s a few weekend snapshots (some taken with iPhone, so pardon the blur). outfit post to come soon! also, my christmas wish-list is coming….it’s that time! for now, here are a few highlights from the trip. as always, vegas delivered over-the-top indulgences and spectacular views!
<grand entrance at the Wynn>
<colorful lighting at Wynn>
<spectacular view from room>
<shopping at The Forum Shops>
<entrance to Cirque du Soleil-The Beatles Love show>
<dainty lights at eatery Serendipity>
top and heels <zara>, trousers <h&m>, bag <botkier>, bracelets <variety>
who knew florals could be wearable in the cold fall and winter months. traditionally they are a spring and summer pattern. with this season’s trends including dark floral prints, these trousers are perfect for an evening out. with a small structured bag and pointed pumps, i feel well coordinated for an evening out.
jacket <michael stars>, tshirt <old navy>, skirt <rory beca>, booties <mea shadow>, necklace <francesca’s>, bracelets <variety>, watch <michael kors>, ring <amrita singh>
black and gold combinations are a major trend this fall and winter. with metallic fabrics and sequins overtaking stores, this look is an easy find. here’s a less traditional way of interpreting the black and gold trend. looking ahead at spring trends, intricate stenciling is on the radar. like this skirt, see-through fabric overlay with a “cut out” effect will be in full swing this spring. i like this winter version of the spring trend. the sequins add some luster and the skirt adds some shape. as for the t-shirt, it’s just plain and comfortable.