Mar 28, 2015
Blue striped shirt, similar here // Skinny jeans // Gold Sperry's // Cream purse, similar here // Pearl earrings
I cannot tell you how many times I've worn this outfit; from going shopping to getting my hair done before a dance to school, this outfit has always been an easy, cute and casual option. One of my favorite things about this outfit is the shirt because unlike most button down shirts, this one's sleeves stop 3/4 of the way down my arm. So I don't have to roll the sleeves while still getting the laid back look.
This is such an easy and diverse outfit because you can exchange the shirt for nearly any color or patterned button down shirt, and you can change the shoes with any types of flats, sandals, or boots for the same basic look!
Photos by Parrish Tenley
Mar 27, 2015
Even though the Lilly and Target collaboration has left people with mixed emotions, I have always been over-the-moon excited! Lilly has always had a special place in my heart, but I don't have a hefty enough bank account (actually, I don't even have a bank account) to support my obsession.
Here is what I have my eye on to buy come April 19.
Mar 25, 2015
This springtime romper from Red Dress Boutique gives off the perfect feminine flare. With the pastel lavender and lace detailing all the way around, it makes the perfect spring piece. Unlike my other rompers, this one has a much more comfy look to it, and the best part is...it actually is super comfy!
Mar 23, 2015
Maroon bow printed skater dress, similar here // Gray cable knit sweater, similar here // Black riding boots, similar here // Gray boot socks, similar here // Pearl earrings
At the turning point between winter and spring it's sometimes difficult to decide what to wear, because at some point during the day I will either get too warm or too cold. This look allows me to mix my warm knits with a fun graphic dress for a cozy, breezy, and feminine look. Sometimes this dress would feel too busy for me when I would wear it with a simple cardigan, but the sweater helps in balancing out the pattern with a solid neutral.
Mar 18, 2015
The Emerson seersucker dress from Lauren James is the epitome of spring. While it is a little pricey at $125, I cannot wait to get my hands on it! It has such a feminine yet conservative look to it, along with a precious little bow on the back! This dress is classic and can be worn for years to come, therefore definitely worth the price. I think I know what I'm adding to my closet next!