Its me again, and I’m finally able to share my excitement with ( if you haven’t guessed ) FALL! Although it still gets pretty warm in the afternoons down here, the morning breeze is to die for…..And you can’t forget the countless outfits this season brings us. For starters, here’s one of mine!
This blouse was found on sale (of course) at Aeropostale. I absolutely love it because its loose (hides the rolls ), SUPER comfy, and has cute detailed tassels on the back and arms. Now, let me tell you about these jeans. For starters, they are $7 bucks from Forever 21 and they are so worth your money! You can never go wrong with a good pair of jeans (it also makes the 🍑 look good 😉 ). As for my favorite part of this post…it’s gotta be the boots. I’ve had these boots for a while and I’ve recently rescued them from the black hole in my closet. If you have an old pair that you think are too old, try them on again, and maybe in a different way. You might find the old shine they once had 🙂
After a busy week of finals I’m finally able to share with you one of my favorite photo shoots that I did about two weeks ago. Shout out to Ellen Spivey for these awesome shots!
As you probably know by now, I tend to go for comfort in my clothing. These pants are the definition of comfort. I had gotten these when worked at HOPE’S, a small boutique store back home. They are currently out of stock but hopefully they will bring something as cute as these again for this summer. I paired it up with a simple crop top I found on SALE at Target.
A couple of months ago I received this shirt form a family friend that told me that I would find some use to it even though it was not my sized. She was right. This oversized button down is now one of my favorite go to dresses. I simply added a thin belt, rolled up my sleeves and there you have it. A simple casual dress that is perfect for any sunny afternoon. You can definitely dress this up with a cute cross body purse and popping jewelry. This is a great way to reuse some old clothing and/or even your old dad’s shirts could work (he doesn’t have to know)