Blog Sale

Cleaning out the closet again...
Email me at stylemeswanky {at} gmail.com if interested and I will send you a Paypal invoice.
Shipping is $5 each ($2 for each additional item) unless otherwise noted.

SOLD! Needle & Thread Dress - Size Small
Retails $50 - Asking $20
Has pockets in the front... really cute belted & with a bright blazer!

SOLD! Limited Blouse, Size Small (worn a couple times only)

Banana Republic Sweater - Size Small (worn a couple times only)

SOLD! Tulle Jacket (waterproof), Size Medium (fits like a small // lightly worn)

Banana Republic Sweater Coat, Size X-Small (worn maybe once)
$75 ($8 shipping)

Gap Navy Blazer, Size 4

Express White Button Down Shirt, Size Small (never worn)

SOLD! Express Shirt, Size Small

SOLD! Limited Blouse, Size Small

SOLD!  Gap Black Blazer, Size 4

Cache Long Sweater (length of a short dress // wear with leggings & boots!), Size Medium (worn once)

SOLD! Express Silk Chiffon Strapless Dress, Size 6 (fits like a 2 or 4 // worn once)

Adriana Winter White Coat, Size Medium (fits like a small)
$60 ($10 shipping)

Tiffany Designs Cocktail Dress, Size 4 (fits like a 2 // never worn)
$100 ($10 shipping)

Check out other items in the blog sale here!

poppy red


Jacket // Ciao Bella via Copper Penny (similar: here, here, here, here)
Faux Leather Leggings // French Connection (similar: here and here)
Booties // Nine West (similar: here and here)
Necklace // unknown designer via Copper Penny (similar: herehere, here)
Crossbody Bag // Wink & Winn


lust list // current favorites

This top is worth every penny.  It's longer in the back and has a very relaxed fit, while retaining a slim silhouette (hard to find a tee like this!).  I'm in love and need it in many colors to wear all throughout the year with shorts or jeans.

Matte lips are supposed to be big this spring/summer.  These balms have the matte look, but are creamy and don't dry my lips out thanks to the Shea, Mango, and Coconut Butters in them.  Long-lasting, too!  I love the shade range.

Never would have thought to put oil on my already combination skin.  I've already got plenty of oil on my t-zone and don't need more.  But this was a huge misconception and this stuff has helped balance my skin like crazy.  It has replaced my nighttime moisturizer.  (Did you read my post on this stuff a couple months ago?  This little bottle packs a huge punch.)

I was recently introduced to Wink & Winn and have been obsessed with their whole concept of designing your own bag.  I have the 3-in-1 Crossbody Bag (worn in my Saturday night outfit I posted on Monday) and enjoy it's versatility and fine quality.  You can choose which types/color of leather are used, as well as the color of hardware.  Win in my book!

My wedding shoes were this exact style (different color) and I have been dreaming about owning the nude ones.  I was able to keep these pumps on my feet during our entire wedding reception and let's just say I never left the dance floor.  They were so comfortable and offered great support.  And gosh, they're pretty.  I tried on the nude ones and they match my skin tone so well.  A must for upcoming weddings this year.  I would get so much wear out of them.

The. Perfect. Skirt.  I wear mine way too often and highly recommend.  It's taking me right through winter and I know I'll continue to wear it when the weather gets warm.


what i wore: navy + gray


My love for the J. Crew Swing Sweater continues.  It's the perfect sweater to throw on with leggings, jeans, or even shorts.  Gives a laid back, yet pulled together look that I'm really into right now.  It's available in navy and I'm imagining it with white denim and chunky gold accessories in the spring.
In an attempt to get out of my jeans/leggings/tights rut that I fall into every winter, I opted for these Zara trousers.  They are perfect for work or a day on the go.  I usually wear them with heels, but these Tory Burch Revas were way more suitable for a long day galavanting in Savannah.
While moving, I rediscovered my Phillip Lim for Target Mini Pashli.  It's no longer available, but the real deal is gorgeous.  I love this bag for day or night - it just works.

J. Crew sweater / Zara Trousers / Scarf (similar) / Tory Burch Reva Flats / Phillip Lim for Target bag (similar) / Prada Sunglasses (similar) / Bulova Watch (similar) / David Yurman Bracelets



Savannah treated us well this past weekend.  Aside from the fact that it was absolutely bone chilling cold, we managed to cram a lot of happy memories into just two days.  We started off on Saturday with lunch at Vic's on the River.  I'd highly recommend this place if you've never been.  Perfect lunch spot since the views of the river are so wonderful and you would miss that at night.  We opted to sit at the bar near the pianist.  I had to order a glass of wine with lunch (when in Rome?).  Really don't think I've ever done that before but I've always thought women who have a glass of wine with their lunch look so lovely.  Just felt right.
Ok, it's been decided...  their fried green tomato BLT with goat cheese is life changing.

We stayed at The Andaz and it was so wonderful.  Our room had a gorgeous view of Ellis Square... and it had very large lamps.
That's our hotel behind me.

We shopped around on Broughton and I snapped a few photos of things worth remembering.  Brandon loved this "manly armoire," as he called it.  I agree, it was beautiful.
Not really my style, but I thought this ottoman (or ottomans?) were worth capturing.
This napkin ring is made out of a gold painted oyster shell with wire circling underneath it.  There may be a DIY project on the horizon...
This was the view from our hotel balcony.

 Saturday night we got spiffed up for dinner at The Olde Pink House.  Beforehand, we had drinks at the bar in our hotel.  I was so impressed with the craftiness of these cocktails (did you check out the fire video on my instagram?).  Thanks to those who recommended the candied bacon at the bar - amazing!  The hotel bar was by far my favorite food/bev spot we visited in Savannah (who would've thought?).

I hate to say that dinner at The Olde Pink House was very disappointing.  The food was mediocre and our service was less than.  We did, however, enjoy the entertainment downstairs after dinner.  Such a cozy spot and we loved learning about the rich history of the building.

I wore a Rebecca Taylor dress (sold out, but this gorgeous dress has a similar print), an old leather jacket from Express (similar and just marked down 50% off!), an Asos belt, Nine West booties (similar), and a Wink & Winn crossbody bag.

And what would an amazing hotel be without offering an amazing brunch on Sunday morning?
 ...it had us at "build your own breakfast pizza."

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