Hi, I am Kier Mellour. On this blog, you will find weekly I want that posts where I share my current cravings, style inspiration posts, and personal outfits for a variety of events and travel destinations. There will be videos of thrift store hauls, current favorite products, as well as, thorough reviews on clothing, accessories, and lifestyle products.
Female owned, Made in Los Angeles, Fierce AF. Last time you saw me wearing RR was in Marfa Texas! It’s been almost 4 years but Ripley Rader nailed it with this outfit! Luckily, this matching set comes in a few colors and flatters at every curve. I’m wearing a size 2, and I’m 5’8″ and I’m wearing heels for reference.
This top and pants set have no zippers, they are the perfect amount of stretch, and are super comfy! Of course, the set is super “in” right now but these versatile pieces can be worn separately too. How chic would these pants look with a cropped polka dot blouse or a contrasting turtle neck?
The Pearl Bag:
The bag is something you’ve probably seen all over Instagram. I am hesitant to hop on trends, especially when they are literally a version of a plastic bag, but this piece just stole my heart. I just realllllyyy hope it doesn’t fall apart because keeping it for a long time was part of my justification in buying it. I found mine at a local Boca boutique, but they are available on Amazon as well.
The shoes are vintage Fendi. If you follow me on IG stories you will have seen these already. I picked them up at City Girl Consignment in Palm Beach and got an amazing deal on them! If you’re local to South Florida, definitely pop into City Girl and see what they have. Or if you need to clear out your closet, they take everything from Forever 21 to Chanel.
Thank you for reading,
Outfit: Ripley Rader, c/o. Shoes: Fendi via City Girl Consignment.
Bag: Local Boutique, also on Amazon. Earrings: Forever 21, last year.
While in Paris last September Jacques and I did a little shopping. While a love a good Chanel bag, there are so many designers making high-quality bags for much less money than a traditional “designer” bag. The Kooples in Paris had a fabulous selection and when I saw this gorgeous dress, I knew I needed a bag to match. I didn’t yet have a green bag and this shade of pistachio just had my name written on it. I also picked out another dress you may have already seen via IG, and this bag matched both dresses too well to pass up!
A view of the Eiffel Tower and some low ankle-strap shoes make this the perfect Parisian look.
Follow Along as I meet Florida Georgia Line, Chris Lane and attend Day 1 Stagecoach 2018 See my outfits as well as join me at the Old Camp Whiskey Party and get tips for perfect Stagecoach festival Hair and makeup!
When I saw the Spring 2018 Chanel fashion show, I knew I wanted to style an outfit that was inspired by the collection. All the models were all rocking clear boots and tweed and I loved the contrast of the two fabrics. I’ve styled these clear boots here as well but this look really is my favorite, what do you think?
I will never take my Chanel bags for granted because I specifically remember the desire I had for a Chanel bag before I got one. I scoured resell shops looking for a bag in my budget and there were seemingly none. At least, I couldn’t find one. Eventually, I found an ivory-toned small Chanel chain strap bag on Portero and pulled the trigger, on my first bag at a whopping $800! I couldn’t believe I was going to spend that amount but I wanted it so bad. When it arrived I was a little disappointed, it was smaller than I imagined it to be and had a pen mark that I’d missed on the listing. Oh well, it was mine! I wore it here and here and made the best out of it. I learned a lot from that experience and I have now bought many more vintage bags online.
Check out my tips on how to score a Chanel bag for under $1,000 and see my two newest pre-loved Chanel bags as well as a piece of Hermes history!
Also, check out some more bags I’ve found for you all under or just around $1000!
Excuse the carb filled tummy- I enjoyed the pasta fully while abroad. This is one of the reasons I love this Little Joe Woman silk dress so much, it isn’t skin tight and hugs you just enough to highlight your curves and allow for pizza and pasta. What a prize. I got this dress in Bali in 2017 and it’s one of my favorite dresses I own. It’s the perfect shade of pink that compliments my skin and is subtle enough to wear head-to-toe.
Since Beginning my Eco journey I have worked with some fabulous brands. The more I show up for the environment, the more brands reach out to me! I was thrilled when No Sympathy swim did just that. Their suits are not only well made and stylish, but they are made from recycled fishing nets and ocean plastic!!!! YAS! Not to mention, they are durable; they’re resistant to UV rays, chlorine, and sun creams, lotions, and oils! And Lastly, it’s female owned and a small business you can feel great about supporting!
When I was in Washington State for the Holidays I was Lucky enough to work with Lexus. You remember me working with them Here and Here, well this time was a little different. Not only did I have to drive a much further distance than ever before, but I also had to cross two mountain passes- twice. YEP, I drove through snow and ice on a pass that was, ” CHAINS REQUIRED EXCEPT FOR AWD” OH EMMM GEEEE, Thankfully this bad boy not only is efficient on gas, but also has All Wheel Drive and, AND, the best navigation, Satelite radio, sound system and safety features I’ve ever used. And lastly, the seatbelts are so comfy, it’s crazy… like CRAY CRAY… I had to keep checking that I was buckled- blew my mind!
It also fit all the presents for my entire extended family… THANK YOU Lexus for making my trip home for the holidays, safe, fun, convenient, and efficient!
Jacket: Just Cavalli. Leggings: Spanx.
Sweater: David Lerner. Boots: AGL.
Hat: Forever 21. Brooch: Chanel.