Olive Bag for Fall

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If you don't already have an olive handbag in your collection, I can assure you, you need one! Consider olive a neutral—it goes with everything! And in my opinion, adding a pop of olive in your accessories is really one of the easiest ways to make an outfit in an instant. The color can take you from season to season but I especially love it for fall.

When I'm looking to add a new bag to my collection, I instantly beeline to Rebecca Minkoff. I don't even want to tell you how many of her bags I own. Her styles are so classic yet on-trend and I love how they usually have an edgy detail like metallic hardware and zippers. The price point is incredibly reasonable for a designer brand and I've found myself buying the same bag in multiple colors because they're that good. I swear. 

I recently snagged a new (to me) style from Zappos and it's the Mini Mac. You guys, this bag is so good! A crossbody style will forever be my go-to (being hands-free is a must for me) and I also think it's incredibly effortless. I love how it can easily take you from day to night—her crossbody bags are always what I reach for date night or girls night without fail. It's the perfect size to fit your wallet, phone, keys, lip balm, etc. without feeling bulky. 

Zappos has such an amazing collection of Rebecca Minkoff bags (and shoes!) in all different tones and silhouettes but if you don't have a bag in olive, I highly recommend snagging one. Think about your favorite jeans and t-shirt + moto jacket combo. Now add an olive bag. 🙌🏼 Your cozy fall sweaters just got cooler with an olive bag, too. 🙌🏼 For me, I love giving my denim skirt a fall twist with a bomber jacket, booties and, of course, olive bag. What is your must-have bag for fall? 

Thanks for reading and enjoy your fall!

xx, Tyler

*This post is brought to you in collaboration with Zappos. Thank you for supporting the brands that support this blog! All thoughts and opinions remain my own.

Rust Miniskirt and Cotton Sweater

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Pink Wrap Skirt
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One of my biggest goals in life is to live in a house covered in bougainvillea. 🙌🏼 I love heading into San Francisco to take advantage of the cooler temps and it was a dream shooting near this bougainvillea covered home Pacific Heights. This house = major goals. 

While it's still very much summer here in the Bay Area, I'm making sure to concentrate on adding items to my wardrobe that can make the transition into fall with ease. I picked up this J.O.A miniskirt plus a few more staples from Nordstrom to do just that. Nordstrom is my one-stop shop for everything and I love how you can snag so many classic, yet on-trend staples. 

I love the muted rust tone of this skirt for both summer and fall and how easily it can be dressed up or down. The wrap silhouette is so flattering and the double ties give it such an effortless vibe. A quick size guide—I would definitely consider sizing UP, especially if you'd like it to fit a little more a-line. I initially ordered it in the xs but had to exchange it for a size small. 

I paired it with this J.Crew lightweight sweater from Nordstrom, which is is another wear now and later style. It's an easy lightweight cotton and I love the classic silhouette and dramatic sleeves. I'm wearing an xxs in this one. 

I finished with my favorite grey suede midi boots for a slightly breezy day in the city but I've also worn this skirt more casually with my favorite white tee and gladiator sandals.

What styles are taking you into the fall season?

xx, Tyler

Photos by Dreamy Presets

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*This post is brought to you in collaboration with Nordstrom. Thank you for supporting the brands that support this blog! All thoughts and opinions remain my own.

Olive Miniskirt With Black Tee and Denim Jacket

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olive skirt and midi boots outfit

Filling my wardrobe with classic and interchangeable basics is something I'm really trying to focus on lately. I really feel less stressed when I have pieces I consider to be timeless investments that can be worn multiple ways. I feel even better when all of those "investments" are under $100 from Nordstrom.

A basic tee is a must—obviously—but I was incredibly surprised to realize I had not one black tee in my wardrobe—until now. This Madewell tee is a game changer and I've been wearing it non-stop since I snagged it. So comfy and effortless and you can't beat the $29.50 price point.

I've been loving adding skirts to my typical jeans wardrobe and picked up this one by June & Hudson as the perfect comfy basic to dress up or down. I'm obsessed with anything olive and love how it's a tone that works well for every season. It's the perfect piece to pair with literally any color tee topped with a denim jacket (love this one from Nordstrom BP) or dress up with a silky blouse for work or date night. 

Bonus points for making skirt wearing SO comfy and I love how you can cinch and tie the waist where you want it. I can't wait to take this one into fall with comfy sweaters.

Lastly, these grey suede midi boots by Steve Madden might be my favorite pair ever. They have that casual-cool thing going on and I love them with skirts, dresses and rolled up denim for a relaxed, cool girl vibe. Snagged these in black too because they're that good.

What are your favorite basics you've added to your collection? I'd love to know!

xx, Tyler

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*This post is brought to you in collaboration with Nordstrom. Thank you for supporting the brands that support this blog! All thoughts and opinions remain my own.