This week’s video is dedicated to the art of layering. One of my favorite ways to layer tops is wearing a longer shirt (especially a button down) under a cropped sweater that shows off the varying lengths anD textures. Let me know what you think of this technique in the comments! What should I focus on for next week? Let me know in the comments!

Shop the Items

1. Bootcut Jeans, Denizen by Levi’s, $27.99 (Target)

2. White Button Down, H&M, 24.95

3. Cropped Sweater, LC Lauren Conrad, $39.99 (Kohl’s)

4. Faux leather jacket, Forever21 – $37.90

5. Fringe Bracelet, Forever21, $7.80

6. Reflective Sunglasses, Foster Grant — $14

7. Nude Stiletto Pump, Shoedazzle – $19.98



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  1. Thanks for posting this today. I can really use this layering idea because of shape of my body which makes me shy of wearing a cropped top. This way, I think sky is the limit now. Thanks.

    by Shideh Reply
  2. I agree with Shideh…this look would work with most body types…your last two posts have been my favorites so far…keep then coming!

    by Margot Reply
  3. Another look to channel…. So cute. I did channel the faux fur look that you had in the finds of the week I think last month but with jeans instead of a skort. It was fab!

    by Lil Reply
  4. I don’t want to sound rude, but are the prices in the video right or are the ones listed under the video correct? Just curious if there were extra discounts at some of the stores?

    by Megan Reply
    • This is something I have to figure out and open to suggestions. There are sometimes price differences between buying online and in the store. But the most common thing that happens is that the prices online fluctuate! So at the time I’m doing the video it’s one thing, and then by the time it’s edited, it becomes another, and then of course it changes again once we post! The more demand of something online, the higher the price usually gets. What to do!!

      by smiller Reply
  5. I have a question about jeans. I am having a hard time finding jeans that fit me well. Have tried Target, Gap, Levis and a host of other brands. Does everyone who buy jeans have it altered by a seamstress to fit so perfectly?

    by Jay Reply