Hi ladies and gentlemen, did you guys miss me? I was indeed AIM for 2 weeks, and it was all due my health. I end up straining my neck and my back because of the long hours with both job, and the blogging. So if you want to read the details on that, you can read further after the lovely pictures ^_-.

Today outfit is pretty simple, but as always, adding a lovely necklace can jazzy up any outfit. I also want to recommend getting at least one of these Portofino Shirt from Express, right now they are on sale for Buy1 Get 1 50% off, so get them while they are hot. They are versatile, and I even got my coworkers hooked on them now lol. The pretty pink tweed pencil skirt is from J Crew Factory, and it is still available here.  By the way, if you guys have been checking on me for the past two weeks, I like to say "awww" and say thank you, I really do appreciate it.... xoxo Kreyola.

I needed a change with the skirts, so today outfit is a simple causal outfit with my favorite boyish theme. Who would have thought that I would like boyfriend jeans so much? They are comfortable and they can instantly be chic with the right pair of heels. I decided to pair the boyfriend jeans with the sleeveless top, which are perfect for board shoulders girl like me. I tie all this with the thick statement chain, which I think made this outfit totally chic.

If you are interested in my sleeveless top, it is still available here. As always thanks for the lovely comments, you guys rock :D.

I need some good quality jeans, and that is why I haven't been posting my jeans outfit lately. I did purchase two sets of jeans over the weekend, so I should be able to rock some jeans outfits soon. This journey has thought me a lot, and one thing that I learn is that a nice fitted jean goes a long way.

Below outfit is featuring a long sleeve blouse from H&M. Lately I have been into olive colors, and that top just seem to pop at me. I love the soft pocket detail of this shirt, and how it gives off a kind of messy look to this outfit. You can still find this blouse at their online store here. I'm already planing on pairing this top with some jeans as soon as I can. As for the cream lace skirt, I purchase that a while back on sale, and I have to say, this is a truly versatile skirt. It looks great with a denim shirt (worn here) and with this blouse a well. I decided to tie the whole outfit with my leopard clutch and cream sling backs. As always thanks for the comments on my last post.

When I look at this outfit, the title that came into mind is summer love. I guess I can attribute that to the nautical like skirt, with the white button shirt that is available at J Crew Factory. I decided to tied this whole outfit with a hint of pale pink, which made this a very clean looking outfit for work.

If you don't have a button down shirt, please get it, it such a wonderful yet simple varsity piece. Enjoy your weekend ladies and gentlemen.

Tunic tops are truly a pretty concept in theory, but I do have to admit that I always felt that they more geared toward adults more then teens.  Now that I'm a little older and wiser, I find that I like the elegant of these timeless pieces. Normally I would wear this tunic to go to the beach but today I decided to wear it to work with a tan tanks underneath. I believe the golden leaf tied this whole outfit out.

All and all, I like the end result. As always, thanks for the lovely comments and I hope you having a great and rewarding day.

Today outfit is a lace top paired with a cobalt pencil skirt that basically looks put together, but really it didn't require much effort at my end if you know what works as far as colors. I decided to paired it with the oh so classic leopard pumps and the rest was really history. I really do love these pumps, and I'm very tempted to add another of the very same pair in my collection. The fit and the size of the leopard pattern is literally perfect, and I honestly don't want to wear them out.