Who doesn’t love a little sparkle in their step? I’m digging these pretty neutral sparkly heels for the New Year. 1. T-strap rhinestone heels by Badgley Mischka 2. Sheer nude heels by Badgley Mischka 3. Crisscross sparkle pump by Guess 4. Strappy silver sandal by Jimmy Choo.
I love a good leather piece (especially when its a good faux version) and this skirt is the perfect staple for the “rough” Santa Barbara winter. I paired this flared leather skirt, available locally at Chapala & Parker, with a taupe and black turtleneck, hoop earrings, a cheetah clutch, and black oxford heels.
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Photography: Lane Dittoe
Styling: Kelly Oshiro of SB Chic
Clothes, jewelry, purse, sunnies: Chapala & Parker
Hair & Makeup: Jess Wilcox
Location: Apple Lane Farms in Solvang
Chanel was right, a little black dress is seriously key piece in any stylish lady’s wardrobe. A couple of weeks ago I styled this dress with a chambray and a fedora for a day time look. This time, I styled this dress simply with an oversized sun hat and Frye boots. This would be perfect look for a cocktail party on a ranch or a casual morning at the Santa Barbara Polo Fields.
Photography: Joel Serrato
Styling: Kelly Oshiro for SB Chic
Location: La Purisima Mission
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I love me a little pop of faux animal print, it adds just a bit of spice to any ensemble. You can pick yourself up a pair right here:
I love a good nude ballet flat and these two, depending on you budget, are serious wardrobe essentials. Check ‘em out here:
Ok, I’m officially obsessed with the Lydia loafer by Anthro. Its comes in a plethora of colors and I’m pretty sure they go with just about any outfit. And at only $98 bones they’re pretty reasonably priced. Want! They’re available right here. Happy Shoesday!