I am so excited for today’s feature on the blog!! Last week, I had the pleasure of spending some time with a good friend of mine, Catherine. She recently started a blog called Davis and Main Style, which is a lifestyle blog based on Catherine’s life. And it’s gorgeous. Catherine has impeccable taste and gorgeous style. I am constantly envious of her outfits and am always super excited when she has a dinner party because I know it’s going to be amazing. She’s also one of the sweetest, humblest, funnest people I’ve been around and we can be our quirky selves together.
A little peak at the thank you gift box I gave her. Isn’t her logo amazing?! So simple and classic.
(Clarification: I didn’t do it)
Back in high school and college, I was always into fashion. If my memory is correct (I have no idea where my yearbook is), I was voted Best Dressed at some point in High School. I LOVED getting dressed up and putting outfits together. Since starting my own business and working with it full-time, I traded fashion for comfort and ease (yay yoga pants!). I just don’t have the time or energy to put together outfits or be creative in what I wear, so I end up wearing the same 5 pieces over and over again.
At lunch about a month ago, I jokingly told Catherine she should come style me, and surprisingly, she was all for it! And last week she came in for a Wardrobe Consultation where she takes the clothes I already have and makes new outfits out of them for me. We took photos, and I am in the process of printing them all out so I can pin them up in my closet and have more than 5 outfits to choose from when I am meeting clients…in fact she gave me 20!
Prior to our consultation, I sent her multiple Pinterest boards ( Fashion, Fall Fashion, Anthropologie Love) to give her an idea of the pieces and styles I liked. When she first arrived, we sat and chatted and she asked what I was looking for which was outfits that felt like me, represented my brand, and most importantly, that I didn’t have to think about or prep for. I also had a few key pieces that I really love but didn’t know how to wear, so she helped me incorporate those too. And most importantly, she gave me more confidence to wear the things I wanted to and not care what other people thought.
She classified my style as preppy and girly with beach elements and always polished (which I LOVE). And I am so excited to share her outfits here on the blog today!
Don’t forget to check out Catherine’s blog at DavisandMainStyle.com as she will also be featuring this outfits today…but really head over there to see her other amazing outfits that she wears…and her house decor…and the cutest little babe in the world, Ellie.
Long-Sleeve White Tee, Tweed Gap Vest, Jean Shorts with Target Booties
Anthropologie Denim Romper, H&M Tan Sweater, Jewelry from Thrift Store, Tory Burch Tortoise Cuff, and Booties
, Polo Ralph Lauren Button-Up, World Market Scarf, Jewelry from Francesca’s, Jack Rogers
*Side note: Aaron gave me this shirt as a bit of a joke because he has a TON of cat shirts, but one night soon when we go out, I’m going to surprise him by wearing this as an actual outfit. He doesn’t read the blog, so I think I’m safe to share that. BUT DON’T TELL HIM!
Top from J.Crew Factory, Old Navy White Skinny Jeans, Sandals from Chico’s, Jewelry from Forever 21
Long Sleeve Black Top, Forever 21 Tweed Shorts, Tan Scarf, Flats from Target (Option 2 with Jean Jacket from Abercrombie)
Polo Ralph Lauren Sweater, Old Navy Diva Jeans, Monogrammed Ball Cap, Duckies
Black Flowy Top from Brandi Melville, Gold Sequin Shorts from Goodnight Macaroon and Target Mary Janes
Lace Top from Goodnight Macaroomanthr, Jean Shorts, Moccasins, and Jewelry from India