I can’t believe that it’s about to be June and summer is really here! Since it’s our first summer as a married couple, Jeremy and I really want to take some time off to do some traveling. We haven’t finalized our itinerary just yet, but obviously I’d like to travel somewhere fashionable. So while Jeremy works on the logistics of our trip, I’ve been dreaming about some of the most fashionable cities in the world and what I’d wear in each one.
Oh my, I feel like I’ve been wearing a lot of stripes lately. This shirt, in particular, is a piece of my everyday wardrobe that is in constant rotation. I especially like stripes on a white background–I find them to be very Parisian and chic.
Yeah, yeah, you’re all sick of hearing about my wedding. So here’s a regular ol’ outfit post to break up some of my bridal bla-bla.
I recently made a quick trip to New York to get some of my colder-weather gear out of my storage unit (I needed it for the 2 days it was actually cold in LA…) The piece I was probably most excited to be reunited with: My giant plaid blanket-scarf!
“What does one wear to their own bridal shower?” has been the question on my mind lately. You see, to be honest, I’ve never attended my own bridal shower before! So, as my shower quickly approaches, I’ve got to get my act together and figure out what a bride-to-be is meant to wear at such an event!
Continuing my series on wedding prep (only a couple months left!), here’s a sneak peak inside the gift boxes I sent to my bridesmaids when I invited them to be part of my bridal party
In the age of social media and fast-fashion, it’s become pretty hard to dress uniquely–it seems like so many people are following the same trends and clamoring for the same Chloe handbag and Adidas Superstars. The best way to find a piece that’s truly unique and special? Shop vintage!
If you follow me on Instagram, you know that my go-to outfit is usually jeans and a tshirt or sweats. But I am a fashion blogger, after all, so sometimes I gotta throw on a dress and actually put myself together. Through it all, though, I’m still just a glorified tomboy.