Bringing you earth-tone realness today. I LOVE my new wrap bracelet by Mrs. Hipp Designs, and these ALDO hi-top sneakers in beige!!!!! Sweater by Zara, olive green pants by Old Navy, and glasses by Jessica Simpson.
I mixed the wrap bracelet with a gold cross bracelet from Francesca’s. I am OBSESSED with this leather wrap, beaded bracelet!! I’ve always wanted one, but the high quality ones like this literally retail for hundreds of dollars. This designer makes them for $40-$100 per design, custom! Annnnnnnnd, you’re welcome for finding her! Follow her on Instagram to order @mrshippdesigns. I love mine so much. Real leather and real silk make for a super strong wrap.
The hubby and I went to a FABULOUS, fun, laughter-filled, DELICIOUS dinner at a great friend’s home. We enjoyed incredible food, and even better company. I wore this outfit, and included a shot of the pants so you could see the cool texture. They are Bebe Jeather Skinny Icon pants (jean + leather = jeather).
Throwing it back to my hair for my Senior year Winter Formal! And guess what its I style I was able to do by myself (that’s right no expensive salon). All the hair was braided over to one side then … Continue reading →
That sweater weather is coming! But that doesn’t mean you need to put those shorts in storage. Super easy to take them and pair them with some tights and you are set! Super easy look to pair it with a … Continue reading →
I got to see Boyce Avenue perform their last show of this tour- it was amazing. For my concert-going outfit I was committed to not buying ANYTHING – my entire ensemble was already in my closet. Great feeling to remix your wardrobe and get more out of it!!! ABOVE: SHIRT: VS PINK // FLANNEL & DESTROYED JEANS: Abercrombie & Fitch // SHOES: Converse All Stars in white // NECKLACE: Nashelle // WATCH: Guess // BRACELET: Stella & Dot.
ABOVE: Photo I took at the concert.
If you haven’t heard their music already, check out Boyce Ave. on YouTube HERE. Keep your acoustic concert outfits casual, comfortable and of course cute!
Throwback to this past summer when I donated 16 inches of my hair to Pantene to make wigs for cancer patients! It was definitely hard to cut that much of my hair but it was so rewarding. If anyone is … Continue reading →