Sunday, November 18, 2012

Start By Doing What's Necessary

Here is the rest of the look from my last post!
I seriously love velvet for the fall/winter season. It's just such a warm fabric, and it looks so luxurioius to me. So beautiful. I've been thinking that I need more velvet pieces in my wardrobe!
I also need more of these cozy over the knee socks. They look so great with skirts, and they keep your legs warm from the cold winter air.

I wore this to an event at my hair salon. They had a massive sale on hair products, but they also had a pair of Christian Louboutin's Cinderella glass slippers. The daughter of on of the stylists won them in a contest, and they put them on display! They are seriously the most delicate, princess-y shoes I have ever seen.
"Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible." -St. Francis Of Assisi
Black Cardigan- Stitches
Black Beaded Shirt- Winners
Red Velvet Skirt- Romwe
Black Knitted Over The Knee Socks and Necklace- Ardene
Litas- Nasty Gal (Jeffrey Campbell)


  1. I love your skirt!
    And the Louboutin's are gorgeous- they're so pretty and princess-y. <3


  2. hey dear thanks for visiting my blog! i love your Outfit, and you look really pretty! XOXO :)

  3. amazing look! love the skirt :)

  4. Gorgeous in scarlet ^_^ And sexy socks, yum!

  5. Hi, very nice photos! And fantastic blog:) If you want, maybe we can follow each other?

  6. I love your style.
    pass by me <3

  7. love the skirt!!

  8. gorgeous outfit! i love velvet and overknee socks for the winter too!
    and those louboutin heels are to die for! xx

  9. I like this, your hair is really cute <3 (new article :D)

  10. oh my god what shoes you own!!
    love your outfit!:-)

  11. I love the detail in your top and your necklace is so pretty! xxx

  12. I've been looking for a red velvet skirt just like yours!! I'm really loving this velvet and ox blood trend this season. it's a great mix of elegance and an edge :) thanks for following me! following you back :)