Pink Pleated Skirt


I have really been enjoying wearing winter skirts during these colder days. My last post was a pleated skirt as well. Check it out here! In this OOTD, I am wearing a bold pink color which is typically seen in spring and summer. But the heavier material and contrasting it with a dark color makes it perfect for the winter season. I paired my skirt with a crop turtle neck shirt that hits exactly at the hips, accessorized with gold jewelry, and threw on my favorite Chelsea boots!

Shirt | Skirt (on sale! Also comes in black!) | Boots (your favorite Chelsea boots!)


What do you think of this look?!


Olive Pleated Skirt


My favorite fall outfit is one that I can wear a beautiful skirt with boots! It’s glamorous when you’re trying to be and it even works when you’re trying to be casual. As you can guess, I am obsessing over today’s #OOTD. First, let’s talk about the skirt. Olive is a great color for fall. It’s one of those colors, along with burgundy and mustard, that you mostly see around this time of year. Olive plays as a neutral and can be paired with a lot of colors such as khaki, black, and grey as I did here in this post. Wearing a more fitted top works great for tucking shirts into a skirt. This particular skirt isn’t full length and is why I decided to wear mid-calf boots. I think it would also look great with chelsea boots worn with some panty hose for warmth for those cooler days! I threw on my favorite fedora as a statement piece!

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Do you like to wear skirts in the fall?!


Crop Top + Tulle Skirt


This is not the first tulle skirt look on HAZ Style and it won’t be the last! I cannot get enough of it! I paired my tulle skirt with a pink crop top to brighten the overall look. Here’s a #HAZtip: pair your crop top, as I did here, with a bodysuit for coverage! It can appear seamless especially if you blend the colors with your outfit. I chose a black bodysuit to blend in with my tulle skirt.


Top (now on sale!) | Bodysuit | Skirt | Shoes


Mixing Patterns & Prints


Somedays when I’m feeling daring and my creative side kicks in, I like to mix my patterns and prints when it comes to fashion. Some of my favorite go-to prints when print-mixing are stripes, floral, polka dots, and animal print! In today’s post, I am sharing some #HAZtips on how to lock down the mix-printing trend without looking like a hot mess!

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Rules when mixing patterns & prints: 1. Stay in the same color family! I have to say that this is the number one rule when it comes to mixing patterns and prints. Typically, if the colors match, the patterns do as well. It’s a great tip for beginners and the easiest way to avoid chaos.

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2. Break It up! This is a great trick especially when you want to be a little more bold with your mixing. Using a solid to break up patterns helps to avoid appearing overpowering. One of my favorite ways to do this is by using a belt!


3. Use patterns and prints as neutrals! The easiest patterns to mix, and personally my favorite, are stripes and polka dots. When applying rule #1, these prints blend right into the outfit.


4. Play with the size! Use the same or different pattern in a larger or smaller scale.

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5. Spread it out! This is a great tip if you are a little intimidated by this trend. Spreading out the prints provides a more subtle appearance. Mix the prints in a top and shoes or scarf!

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What do you think of the print-mixing trend? What’s your favorite way to mix patterns and prints? HAZsig100

Tulle Skirt


We spent this past weekend at Huntington Beach in southern California celebrating my husband’s birthday. And I packed a lot of tulle in my suitcase; a tulle skirt that is! One thing I love about tulle skirts is that it gives off that princess feeling, and who doesn’t love that? 😉

I paired my tulle skirt with a chambray shirt to give off a more casual vibe and accessorized it with embellished sandals and some gold jewelry.

Tulle skirts are great because you can find them in any length, in about any color and different varieties of fullness. This allows you to dress up or down your tulle skirt to match the occasion and by personal preference. But who says you need a special occasion to wear one? In my opinion, any day is a good day for a tulle skirt! 😉

How do you style your tulle skirt?

Top: Your favorite chambray shirt | Skirt: Dailylook | Shoes: Your favorite embellished sandal | Necklace: Kendra Scott

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What’s Your Moto?


I’m all “Nike’d” out in today’s fashion post! Cute, casual and comfortable is one of my go-to looks when running errands in the city. Today, I am sporting my Nike cape in Daring Red. I have been obsessing over the Nike’s capes this past year and actually have it in a few colors from their fall and spring collection. What really caught my eye about this piece is the drop-tail hem. I love how it covers all the right body parts.

The cape is a versatile piece that can be worn during a workout or casually as I did here. How awesome is it when clothing pieces are multi-purposed?!

I paired it with some high-wasted jogger pants also from Nike. Here’s a HAZ tip: pairing crop tops with high-wasted pants adds a seamless flow to the outfit.

I’m also wearing my Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit sneakers. These are by far my favorite sneakers at the moment. The fit is great and the flyknit material is extremely comfortable.

To finish things off I am wearing my Tom Ford sunnies. I love the thick frames and ombre effect that these sunglasses have.

Top: Nike Tech Fleece Moto in Daring red | Bottoms: Nike joggers | Shoes: Nike 4.0 Flyknit | Sunnies: Tom Ford





What did you think of today’s outfit?