Discovering new bloggers is such a happy treat, don’t you think? Learning their story, passions, what drives and inspires them, their successes and even their failures—and then, developing your own perception of what their story means to you. Nicole Warne of Gary Pepper is one of those bloggers that has intrigued me so. Her impeccable, feminine style is beyond gorgeous and her story of quickly rising success is something to admire. Not to mention, her travels around the world are amazing and I might be a tad very jealous! So for now, I’m following along her journey and feeling inspired as ever.
Do you all have a fashion blogger that you follow with killer style that makes you think, “I could never pull that off!” but yet, you’re still so intrigued and drawn to them? Mary of Happily Grey is my ‘I-wish-I-could-pull-that-off’ blogger crush. She rocks a printed pant and a crazy-hot heel like no other and if I might add, pairs those aviators so darn with with a bold red lip. Fearless and flawless. I’ll most definitely be browsing her blog for my next date night inspiration!
Today I’m giving you a little dose of one of my style inspiration sources, the lovely Mimi Ikonn. I found Mimi a couple of years ago through Luxy Hair while searching for hair inspiration and was immediately drawn to her sweet and welcoming personality, and of course, her fabulous style! So when she launched her own You Tube channel this summer, I immediately subscribed. It’s the perfect place to grab easy, approachable style inspiration for everyday wear. I’m especially loving her latest video on her 5 Fall Essentials. Here are five looks from Mimi that fit right into my fall style approach. Have a beautiful Monday loves! xo
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