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Lauren Lefevre offers professional styling services and is a well-renowned fashion blogger, having made several trips to New York Fashion Week and being sponsored by Nordstrom.

Bell Sleeves & A Mini Skirt

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milly bell sleeve top, a similar + less expensive version here | alice and olivia skirt | c/o kendra scott earrings | c/o kendra scott ring | tory burch purse, 30% off today with code FALL16 {also available on sale at Nordstrom here} | stuart weitzman boots {these marc fisher boots are a very similar less expensive similar option} | celine sunglasses | photography by megan weaver | hair by tresemme

If you are going to embrace one blouse trend this season, make it bell sleeves! Bell sleeves, like flare jeans, come in a variety of sized flares, ranging from a little to a lot of drama! Think of bell sleeves like an accessory that completes an outfit...no bracelet needed.

Bell-sleeved blouses add a punch of pizazz to any look, and can be paired with jeans {flared, cropped or skinny}, tucked into a pair of slacks for the office or worn with a skirt like I am in this post. I love the look of bell sleeves layered under a sleeveless cardigan or vest, too.

Here are a few of my favorite bell-sleeved blouses, in a variety of price points ::

I wore this look to New York Fashion Week. How fun is this Alice and Olivia mini-skirt?! This is a skirt that can be styled many different ways. It could also be paired with a chambray shirt, a pullover sweater and/or even a punch of color! {Be sure to size up at least one size maybe two in this skirt...it runs small!} Of course I love it with over the knee boots, but this mini skirt looks adorable with flats, and even a pump to change up the look.

Last but not least, how gorgeous is my hair style by Tresemme?! I am obsessed by this loose half-up/half down style. Before putting my hair up, my California-based stylist Katie Neutz, curled medium-szied sections with a small curling iron, let the hair cool and then brushed through the curls to creates lots of volume. I LOVED the effect! Katie incredible and works regularly with celebs like Kate Bosworth, Lea Michelle and Jennifer Lawrence. If only she could style my hair everyday!

Speaking of hair, I had my Indique hair extensions touched up just before leaving for New York City by the fabulous Alicia Igess. If you are in the Atlanta-area and thinking about extensions, I highly recommend getting hair from Indique and then installed by Alicia! {Just tell them I sent you!}

Stylishly yours,

P.S. I almost forgot to mention that my Tory Burch Fleming Convertable handbag is 30% off today with code FALL16. It's also being price-matched at Nordstrom. This is a new bag purchase I made for NYFW and have found it to be SO practical!! I love the size {it fits everything you need} and that it can be dressed up or down, and go from day into night. It comes in two other gorgeous colors, too. If you are looking for an all-around amazing medium-sized bag for Fall {that can be worn year-round, too}, I highly recommend it!

Dressed Up Denim

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storets blouse | citizens of humanity jeans, another similar pair here | c/o dora mae jewelry earrings, 10% off any purchase with code EDITBYLAUREN | daya heels, also available here | valentino purse | karen walker sunglasses | images by megan weaver

One of my favorite things about style at New York Fashion Week last week was how many people wore jeans to shows and events. I have always loved dressing up jeans, and this season I just cannot get enough of this look!

The cropped pair of Citizens of Humanity jeans I'm wearing were a last minute purchase I made right before Fashion Week...I found them on a major sale at Anthropologie. {Sadly they are sold out at Anthro, but I located them here, and have several similar pairs listed below.} Jeans of SO many styles are "in" for Fall, but you'll especially be seeing lots of cropped flares with distressing and raw edges like I am wearing here. I love the way a cropped flare or wider leg looks with a pair of heels. They are a great style for year-round wear, that can also be dressed down with flats or sneakers. {Just avoid wearing any kind of chunky boot/bootie with this style.}

Here are some great cropped denim options in a variety of price-points ::

Also, this under-$100 pom-pom blouse is quite amazing and such a fun statement top for Fall. Speaking of statements, how gorgeous are these handmade vintage earrings by Dora Mae Jewelry? You'll soon realize I have been wearing them constantly! {I'll be sharing a lot more about this gorgeous jewelry collection soon, but head on over to the site to shop and enjoy 10% off any purchase with code EDITBYLAUREN.}

Stylishly yours,

 

 

Back 2 Blonde

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Free People dress | c/o sole society booties | c/o Gigi new york crossbody | quay sunglasses | c/o Kendra Scott earrings | c/o Kendra Scott ring | c/o back 2 blonde touch up spray

Attention all fellow blondies! I've found the secret to keeping my roots looking on point ALL the time, without adding extra salon visits! Back 2 Blonde is a root concealer spray that disguises roots in a snap while keeping hair looking shiny and natural. 

It comes in three shades of blonde tones and washes out with shampoo. I'm a huge new fan, and it's truly saving this busy mama lots of stress and time in between my salon color appointments.

You can learn more and order your own Back 2 Blonde products, and receive $5 off your purchase here

Happy Friday!

P.S. This Free People Mini Dress is such a comfortable Fall dress. It's perfect paired down with booties and later with over the knee boots and even layered with tights and a jacket! It's under $100 and also comes in a gorgeous red. I recommend sizing up. {I typically wear an XS in Free People but needed a Small in this dress.}

Thank you to Back 2 Blonde and Acorn Influence for sponsoring this post.

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