Hello Dolls,

It is finally FINALLY spring! We have waited a long time for this. This lovely warm weather also brings with it wedding and shower season. I love celebrating these amazing milestones with my beautiful girlfriends. I wanted to share some of my outfits from a few recent showers I attended. I was happy to pair a few new pieces with some of my timeless pieces. Also you can see how I pair up the same accessories with different looks.

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I have had this skirt and blazer for a few years now and I can’t tell you how many different events I’ve worn them too. The skirt is great because you can actually pull it up higher on your waist and make it into a shorter skirt……just saying 😉 BCBG hands down has the best blazers. I feel that some of their stuff is overpriced, but their blazers are worth it.

Blazer: BCBG similar here, here, here, here, here, and here
Shirt: Express similar here, here, and here
Skirt: BCBG similar here, here, here
Shoes: Aldo similar here, here, and here
Necklace: SouthMoonUnder


I could live in pink and leopard. I love mixing prints especially if it involves leopard. As you can tell you really can’t have too much leopard, in my world it’s a neutral.

Shirt: H&M
Skirt: Windsor Store similar here
Scarf: SouthMoonUnder similar here, here, and here
Shoes: Christian Louboutin similar here
Clutch: Louis Vuitton, the color that I have was a limited edition
Bangles: Alex & Ani


I love the copped top and long pencil skirt look, it is classy yet edgy and sexy which is how I would describe my style on most days.

Cropped top: SouthMoonUnder
Skirt: Zara – this skirt was one of my fall must haves and as you can tell I am still wearing it so it was definitely a good buy! Unfortunately it is no longer available, but similar here and here
Shoes: Christian Louboutin
Necklace: SouthMoonUnder
Bangles: Alex & Ani

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Hello Dolls,

My birthday is March 30th and for those who know me – I am the ultimate birthday girl. I treat my birthday as a national holiday. Last year, I turned 30 so I went to Dominican Republic and had a huge party at a winery in Virginia wine country. This year, I wanted something more intimate, so my husband planned a New York City adventure. Everything we did on the trip was a surprise which made it even more exciting because I love surprsies. We started of by driving up to New Jersey to see our sister, brother, and our little niece. On Saturday morning, we all headed into the city to begin the festivities. It was truly a blessing to celebrate my birthday with my niece, Noela, who I’m absolutely obsessed with. Seriously, she is the cutest baby in the world!

I chose a casual outfit for the day because we were walking around a lot and exploring. It was freezing so I had to bundle up a little. My UGG boots are the best at that!

For our nigh-time activities I wore a tulle skirt, because its my birthday and when else can you wear a tutu and get away with it??? I love this skirt because it’s long and doesn’t look like something you bought at the ballet store.

Overall my birthday was amazing. I loved spending the day with my husband and my family exploring NYC.

Thanks for reading!


Day Outfit


Jacket: Mackage, check out my previous post for lost of spring leather jackets
Scarf: Burberry
Sweater: SouthMoonUnder currently on sale
Belt: Hermes
Jeans: Joe’s Jeans also available here
Purse: Louis Vuitton
Boots: UGG Australia


Night Outfit

Obvi I wore a tutu on my birthday

IMG_4816Bodysuit: Nasty Gal
Tulle Skirt: Windsor Store
Shoes: Christian Louboutin
Purse: Rebecca Minkoff
Necklace (close up below): Rocksbox, use code mashagabriellaxoxo to get your 1st month free

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Dinner at Jean-George’s ABC Cocina

Hello Dolls,

I was pleasantly surprised to be recently invited to try out Rocksbox. Rocksbox is a premium jewelry subscription box where you create an account to become a Shine Insider. Shine Insider gives you unlimited access to rent from an ever-rotating closet of designer jewelry. You may return your Rocksbox pieces anytime and as often as you like. Every set has 3 pieces of designer jewelry, worth an average of $200 per set. You also have the option to keep ones you like. When you log into you account, you can create a wishlist if there are specific items that you would like to get. They have an Instagram page where you can comment #wishlist on items that you would like to add to your wishlist. Honestly, I haven’t been this excited about anything since my best friend told me about Birchbox. For all of us busy ladies who don’t have endless hours to shop, this is literally perfection. What can beat new fun jewelry arriving at your door every month? I hate wearing the same jewelery over and over again, so this fits perfectly into my lifestyle. I can get new pieces every month, and if I really love them, I can keep them. Haven’t you ever bought a ring or a necklace wore it a few times and then just kinda got tired of it? Or those statement pieces that once you’ve worn it a few times you can’t keep wearing or it looks like that’s the only jewelry you have – well Rocksbox solves all those problems. I actually like the element of surprise when I don’t know what gems I am going to discover when I open the box. Its like opening a present on Christmas or your birthday.

I loved my first Rocksbox and wore all the jewlery already, even ended up buying the earrings that they sent because I needed gold dangley earrings. And guess what, I have an exclusive discount code for my readers to use if you want to try it out for FREE for a month. Use code mashagabriellaxoxo to get your first month free and 50% off your second month. Stay tuned, I’ll be sharing my next Rocksbox with you dolls as soon as it arrives.

Thank you for reading!


IMG_4296  IMG_4300 IMG_4319 IMG_4320IMG_4327Blazer H&M similar here, here, here, and here
Shirt: H&M
Jeans: 7 for all Mankind similar here
Belt: Hermes
Shoes: BCBG
Necklace: Vanessa Mooney from Rocksbox
Ring: Perry Street from Rocksbox
Purse: Louis Vuitton