five ways to dress yourself between seasons

the trinity everyday bag how to wear it

Even though the magazines and stylists and organizational experts say I should, I never “turnover” my closet when the seasons change. Instead, I re-style! Let me show you a few ways you can do the same, starring the trinity everyday bag from my latest collection.   add a layer on top   with a midi […]

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fall 2016 preview: evolution continues

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  I’m just a few days away from launching my next collection, and I wanted to give you a little preview! I’m always looking to create accessories to wear and use that elevate the everyday. I believe the things you use everyday should be worthy of your daily attention, and that something doesn’t have to […]

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how to style a maxi skirt for the weekend

the regina tote how to wear it

  maxi skirt on the weekend by hollandcox   Two words: easy and stylish. That’s why I love wearing maxi skirts on the weekend – maximum style for minimum effort! I have several featuring different types of wild prints in bold colors, but a black and white striped one will of course go with everything. […]

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how to style a maxi skirt, part 4: oooo shiny!

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  black and gold and roses by hollandcox   Even solid colored maxi skirts can feel quite dramatic when you’re used to a more subdued silhouette. But what about a maxi skirt that’s bold, bright, and shiny? Just because something has a little shine doesn’t mean you can’t wear it during the day! As always, […]

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how to wear maxi skirts to the office

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  how to wear maxi skirts to the office by hollandcox   A wrap top is something simple and easy-to-wear that looks great with maxi skirts. When you pick one with tailored details, you instantly elevate your whole outfit to something worthy of the C-suite! A maxi skirt is definitely a more dramatic option than […]

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how to style a maxi skirt, part 2

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  bold and bright maxi skirt by hollandcox   You might look at a maxi skirt like this – with a bold print, and bright color – and think it’s impractical. What could you possibly wear with it? Where are you going to wear it? Friends, I’m here to tell you that practical does not […]

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how to style a maxi skirt

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  khaki doesn’t have to be boring by hollandcox   I hope I’ve inspired you to try wearing mini skirts, but maxi skirts can be just as versatile, and sometimes just as intimidating! If you’re short like me, you’ve probably been told that a maxi skirt will “overwhelm” you. If you’re tall, you might have […]

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stripes go with everything, part 5: advanced print mixing

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  how to mix prints: stripes go with everything by hollandcox   Stripes go with everything…so when it comes time to experiment with mixing prints, why not mix a bunch of stripes together? Wearings prints (and mixing them!) can permanently solve your problem of what to wear to work without looking boring. This blouse and […]

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stripes go with everything, part 4: windowpane check

the anjelica tote how to wear it

  windowpane check by hollandcox   Windowpane check is one of my favorite patterns – it’s really just stripes masquerading as a plaid! It looks good in any color combination, and can be made appropriate for any occasion. This midi skirt is a great foundation for an outfit to wear to the office (click the […]

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stripes go with everything, part 3: a new take on chevron

the cassandra tote how to wear it

chevron stripes by hollandcox   Chevron stripes have been trendy long enough for them to start looking tired, don’t you think? Which is why lately I’ve been kind of obsessed with the curvy, wavy chevron that I drew on the cassandra tote…a little bolder and much more interesting than the chevron stripes you usually see. […]

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