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Earn MAJOR Style Points this Fall season with this Unsuspecting Color Combo!

"Problems are not stop signs, they are guidelines." ~ Robert H. Schuller
Hey sweetie pies! Happy Monday and Happy Halloween! I hope you had an awesome weekend! I don't really celebrate Halloween like talking about it. But I don't have anything against it. While some are still partying or recuperating from a crazy weekend. I am working working working! 

With that being said, you guys know that I am always trying to find new ways to rock things in my closet. Whether that is mixing different textures or different prints, I am all about getting the absolute most out of my wardrobe. Plus it is fun! I was pleasantly surprised when I was styling this outfit. I started with these olive pants that I got ages ago at +New York & Company with this top from +Target from the +Who What Wear collection. I know I wanted to have more color so I opted for this hat from +Charlotte Russe and then added these shoes from A'gaci. My assumption was that this look was going to come off 'Christmas-y' but since both colors are a rich, deep tone they surprisingly complimented one another in my opinion.


In traditional 'So Fabulously Sweet' fashion, I had to take this look up another notch. I am sucker for mixing prints but I had to make sure that whatever print I use contain only neutral colors. This way it wouldn't overwhelm my entire look. You know your girl loves some leopard so I grabbed this scarf and mini purse from +Charming Charlie and paired it with these minaret tiger eye petite drop earrings  from my boutique. The mixing of the polka dots and the leopard print worked here because of the contrast created by the bold leopard and the minimal polka dot.


I had the pleasure of working with the photographer Sherman McCain and it was nothing short of amazing. He does photography for a number of things from weddings to family and lifestyle to commercial and branding. He is Houston based and one of the best photographers that I have worked with thus far. He did everything to put me at ease, including playing music. (Which you guys know I listen to music to pretty much get anything done.) He is very genuine and I think he did a great job capturing my personality. (Check out this silly candid pic that he captured below!) Plus he's an Alpha man so I am always down to work with members of the Divine 9! Make sure to go to his website or his Instagram to see his work. 
*I was milly rocking on any block*** LMAO


Major love to Samantha from The Pink Envelope for putting on the Blogger and Photographer Meetup at Bramble and Bee. Big thanks to Maggie for opening up her beautiful floral studio at Bramble and Bee and providing bloggers with flower crowns! 
So would any of you sweetie pies try this fun color combo? If so, I would love to see! Make sure to #Sofabulouslysweet so that I can see! 
Also, I have been seeing A LOT of creative looks for Halloween on social media. I would love to know what you guys dressed up as! Let me know in the comment section below!



As always, XO and Stay FAB! ~ Stormie J




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