#TheFashionEdit with HSN

HSN continues to make me crave spring with their new arrivals! Today I’m reviewing three items: pale pink trousers from the G by Giuliana line, a lavender dress by IMAN, and a Vince Camuto mint and python purse. All of these items are part of HSN’s Spring Fashion Collection, The Fashion Edit! 

First up are these pale pink trousers. I've been loving this style of pant lately. The elastic waistband in the back makes them so incredibly comfortable, and the shape is really versatile. I could see wearing these for a night out with a black top and statement necklace, but the material is also dressy enough to wear with a collared shirt in some work pant situations. I would wear it with a lace peplum top as pictured for a casual lunch date. 

Next up is a lilac IMAN dress. It comes in 5 different colors, and I chose this lilac/lavender color that is on-trend for spring. I also like the shape, it has a faux-wrap look to it. I kept it conservative for a work look, but I could also see pairing it with a hot pink necklace and lace up sandals for a trendy take.

Last but not least, I’m holding a Vince Camuto handbag in python, mint and nude that’s to die for! It was an instant yes the minute I saw it on HSN’s website, I had to have it. I could see it working with jeans and a t-shirt just as much as a conservative work dress. 

Check out even more HSN #TheFashionEdit new arrivals to love below. Which ones are your favorite?

Hal Rubenstein  /  Snob Essentials  /  Coco Rocha  /  Serena Williams
Coco Rocha  /  Aldo  /  Vince Camuto  /  Vince Camuto
Vince Camuto  /  Vince Camuto  /  Jessica Simpson  /  Vince Camuto

Today’s post is brought to you by HSN. All opinions and editorial decisions are my own. Thanks for reading!

Today's Everyday Fashion: Back In Style

Inspiration: ModCloth Coat, Shirt, Pants

Inspiration: ModCloth Coat, Shirt, Pants

Floral top, yellow pencil skirt, python shoes

You know that rule that you should get rid of something if you haven't worn it in 6 months to a year? I'm not a big fan of that rule. I will keep things for years without wearing it, and then pick back up wearing it again. Take this top and these shoes, both 7-ish years old, and they feel totally current. They made it this long since both are in great condition and I still liked each piece enough to keep it for later (aka for whenever it came "back in style"). What are your personal rules for when to keep and when to toss?  

Coat: ASOS c/o ShopStyle, $97 (similarsimilarsimilar)
Top: Limited, $25 (similar)
Skirt: J.Crew, $45 (similar, similar, similar)
Shoes: Nine West, old
Purse: Calvin Klein/Saks Off Fifth, $130 (similar)
Earrings: My Stella & Dot
Approx. dates: Top and shoes are 7 years ago. Skirt is 3 years ago. Purse is 2 years ago. Coat is this season.

Python shopping picks

Today's Everyday Fashion: The Brocade Skirt

Inspiration: Sachin & Babi via Precouture.com

Inspiration: Sachin & Babi via Precouture.com

Leather sleeve trench, cobalt top, brocade skirt

This catalog photo recently popped up in my email inbox and while I don't have an exact or similar print in my closet, I created the same feel by combining a brocade skirt with a cobalt top. I finished it off with a leather sleeve trench and black accessories. I usually wear this (6 or 7 year old) skirt with brown or taupe pumps so mixing it up with black accessories makes it feel fresh again! 

Coat: Express, $75 (similar, similar, similar)
Top: Tahari c/o Nordstrom, $58 (similarsimilarsimilar)
Skirt: Limited, $50
Shoes: Charles David c/o DNA Footwear
Purse: Michael Kors/Macy's, $270 (same)
Earrings: My Stella & Dot
Approx. dates: Skirt is 6 years ago. Jacket and purse are 2 years ago. Shirt is last summer, shoes are this season.

Brocade skirts under $100