Thrifty Threads: Casual Chic Weekend Style

Posted On Thursday, August 20th, 2015
Filed Under: Fab Under $50, shopping, Style Guide, Thrift Stores

My style has always been what you might consider to be “casual chic.” I love basics like jeans, tank/tee with a nice pop thanks to a printed jacket, statement jewels or killer heels.

So when it comes to pulling a weekend look together that’s fashionable and functional, I stick with a basic formula I know will work well. This week I rocked a few thrifted garments with affordable, comfortable pieces from Hanes.

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Thrifty Threads: Cool Summer Day Dressing

Posted On Thursday, July 2nd, 2015
Filed Under: shopping, Style Guide, Thrift Stores


Summer isn’t all about cut offs and tank tops, especially on days when the temps are barely 70 degrees. That’s why I always keep a few layering pieces handy to keep the chill away.

Also, in this week’s Thrifty Threads I’m using an easy styling trick to look taller in an instant!

Cubicle Chic: 3 Ways to Wear Leopard Print to the Office

Posted On Wednesday, August 20th, 2014
Filed Under: Cubicle Chic, shopping, Style Guide


Season after season, leopard is on trend. And why not? It’s a fun print that has serious personality. However, in the office or not, it is still a difficult print to wear. It’s one of those patterns that if done correctly, is very chic, but if executed poorly can be quite unflattering.

The pros certainly outweigh the cons and it’s worth trying this eternal trend. Here’s how to wear leopard in the workplace.

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Look for Less: Mary J. Blige

Posted On Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010
Filed Under: Deals & Steals, Designer on a Dime, Looking FLY on a Dime

Mary J. Blige recently stepped out in a simple, yet chic look perfect for the cooling temps. She amped up the look of skinny jeans and a v-neck with statement making animal print booties. Pairing the camouflage jacket and leopard can be a bit tricky, but the queen of hip hop soul made it work.

Get her look, for less, with pieces under $50.

“Designer” on a Dime – leopard print wedge

Posted On Tuesday, July 27th, 2010
Filed Under: Designer on a Dime, shopping

I’m a sucker for anything leopard print, so imagine the shoegasm I experienced when I came across this wedge from Nina Shoes at Kitty Bradshaw’s Blogiversary. The four inch pony hair wedge was super soft and would look great with a mini or skinny jeans.

The wedge is kinda similar to Giuseppe Zanotti’s Casha wedge. However, the $1,428 price tag is insane. And it doesn’t look too practical if you actually plan on walking in them.

Luckily, Nina Shoes’ Yaneli is now available for pre-order. It’s $109.95 and if you use promo code KITTY, you get 20% off.