Need a clubbing outfit idea? You're in the right place! If you've been following the latest 80s fashion trend craze you'll love this black and gold cocktail dress. It's actually funny, while we were taking these photos, I told my sister, who's also my photographer, that there's really no other combination that would sum up my personality better than black and gold. Black as all-encompassing, subdued and mysterious and a touch of gold for a little bit of spunk. She giggled. She probably thought it's all nonsense, but I love her honesty.

It would definitely be an understatement to say that I'm obsessed with this particular pair of high-waisted flared jeans from Free People. You might've noticed that I tend to oscillate between different styles and fashion decades with the '70s being a fashion era I regularly keep coming back to. You can always count on me to create a look that could easily be worn by the cast members of That '70s Show. (No lie, I have honestly always low-key wanted to be a part of it. While I was a music DJ at my radio station in college, my friend and I would always joke that my DJ name should be "Hot Donna," as an homage to the show. I so wish I did it, but hey, censorship, lol. She resorted to just giving me that nickname, which became an inside joke for the duration of our careless, glorious, radio days.)

Looking for some winter styling tips? Look no further! Although, not my favorite season fashion-wise, there is still a way to make winter dressing seem less boring. Yes, it is possible to be warm and look cute in cold weather. All you really need is a few key pieces that are versatile and you're good to go. At first, my intention was to pair this Mystique Boutique sweater with a pair of houndstooth pants, but then I've decided that I might want to break up the monotony a little with this patent leather skirt from Zara. If you're opting for a head-to-toe black look, it is always fun to play with different textures.

Here's an easy holiday outfit idea - a gold metallic oversized turtleneck to solve all your holiday outfit problems. Super easy to dress down for a perfect daytime holiday look and dress up for an evening holiday party. A festive daytime look is easily achieved by throwing on a pair of jeans and a cute pair of black booties. In case you're invited to an evening holiday party, you're covered too! All you need to do is wear the turtleneck as an oversized dress and swap out the booties for some over-the-knee boots or a pair of stilettos. Et voilà! You're all set. You just walk into the party looking like a giant ornament and trust me, you'll set the right mood. You don't go to a holiday party, you are the holiday party baby! (And an added bonus, stemming from my own observation - how can you even be in a bad mood while wearing this outfit? It's an instant pick-me-up. Gloom lifter.) For an occasion that simply requires you to be extra, this oversized turtleneck guarantees that you won't go unnoticed wherever you show up.

I think I might've found the perfect summer dress. But before I get into that - what on earth is happening right now? Does everyone else feel like they have the weight of the world on their shoulders? Because, wow! Call it the Mercury Retrograde effect, call it the Solar Eclipse effect, but s**t has really hit the fan. Am I right? Been dreaming of balance. Still dreaming about happy outcomes in all sectors of life. But all I've been getting lately is consolation prizes, worry, and insomnia. Can a girl get a break? Gosh!

So I've hopped on this mirrored sunglasses trend bandwagon. I've been searching the internet for a while and like a typical Virgo rising, I took a long damn time to find a perfect pair. But I think I've finally found what I was looking for in this particular pair from ILYMIX. (Will leave the link and the discount code at the bottom of the post if interested.:)) This time around I've decided to keep it very casual - still with a boho twist. You know me by now. If there is a twist to my look, it's that of a bohemian kind. Because honestly, I don't twist in many ways. Do you understand what I'm saying? Haha, me either. What I'm trying to say, lately I've been trying to simplify my bohemian look. So, I've thought - I'm going to try to create a casual boho look. Something minimal and comfortable. And this is, my friends, as minimal as I can get.

Finding the perfect bohemian romper is not an easy task, but every now and then you do get lucky to come across one that you just need to get your hands on. Like that one day when I crossed paths with this beauty while browsing around at my local Mystique boutique. Yes, it was love at first sight or first try, whatever you'd like to call it. So my little bohemian heart fluttered like a bird in a gilded cage and that was it. The crochet details and the way it ties up at the front, plus the very lovely work around the waist is what got me. Next thing you know - I was swiping the plastic. (I really need the planets to stop retrograding on my financial sector of life and maybe while we're at it - make me less impulsive?) Idk.