Ruffled Feathers

| Dress: TJ Maxx |

This dress has just the right amount of quirky.  I love the subtle peacock feel it has, as well as a the huge ruffle on the left side that somehow works just as well with heels and a clutch as it does with bare feet and a casual bun.


Back to Blogging

| T shirt: Target | Shorts: American Eagle | Belt: Charlotte Russe | Scarf worn as head wrap: gift | Ring: heirloom |

I’m loving above-knuckle rings at the moment…

After an exactly one-month blogging hiatus, I’m back.  I’ve been busy, but that’s the story of my life and should really learn to manage my time better anyway.  I’m excited to be blogging again since I have really missed it.  More soon (promise)!

Lacey Peach

| Jacket: mom’s | Dress: Free People | Wedge heels: DSW |

If you follow me on Instagram (myeverydayrunway) you will have seen a photo of this dress and will know that it is easily my new favorite dress.  The light coral-y peach is so perfect for spring, and the lace overlay is gorgeous and demure without showing too much skin.  It hung in my closet until Easter, and now I am eagerly awaiting occasions to wear it.

Life has been so hectic lately, so I apologize for the utter lack in posts.  I also apologize for the insane amount of grainy iPhone photos that seem to have become my norm.  I only really have time for quick snapshots these days.  Please bear with me; I promise I will try to break that habit and get some pretty photos in sooner or later.

Have a lovely rest of the week!

Color Clash: Pink and Red

| Pink: “Mod Squad” by Essie | Red: “Cherries in the Snow” by Revlon |

Sometimes you just have to break established fashion rules.  I don’t think I’m quite ready to wear red pants with a pink top anytime too soon; however, mixing clashing colors is actually tasteful on nails.  It’s bold and pretty without looking like you tried too hard (or not hard enough!) to be fashionable.

Hope your week has been off to a lovely start!