| dress | shoes | headband | earrings or these| sunglasses | necklaces |
Happy Monday, friends! It’ll be hard to get back into my work routine after traveling around Portugal for a week (photos to come)! I do love my own bed though!
Today, I’m sharing yesterday’s church look. I am slowly transitioning into my fall wardrobe, but it seems like the weather is transitioning even slower. Once cooler temps hit, a fur vest and over the knee boots will complete this look!
| dress (2) | sandals | bag | earrings |
black cotton poplin dresses cont: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Y’all have most likely seen this dress before on the blog, but if not, I’ll give you a little background. I worked at Tibi in New York the summer before my senior year of college. Of course, I fell in love with the brand, and my obsession began. I bought this dress that summer, so every time I wear it, I think of that fun experience!
Run, don’t walk!!!! The Tibi Sample Sale is ending in two short days. I’m talking about major discounts on some amazing pieces. Tibi holds a special place in my heart after interning with them one summer in NYC. I’ve linked some of my favorite pieces, but please scroll through all five pages. You don’t want to miss out!
P.S. All of my Tibi items run true to size!
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| blouse (2) | jeans (2) | shoes (2) | sunglasses |
You all know my love and obsession for Tibi. BUT what I love even more: a piece that will transition from one season to the next. I wore this blouse with a suede skirt and under a leather jumper back in the fall and winter. Now the top is making it’s first spring appearance, and you can’t go wrong with an all white look.
Do you have a piece that you break out every season?
Thanks for stopping by!!
| blouse | jacket (2) | jeans | bag | shoes | sunglasses |
This weekend I visited my boyfriend, Henry, in Houston. A half-day at work and a 3.5 hour drive called for something put together yet comfortable. This turned out to be the perfect look, and the jacket was a staple of the weekend.
After I arrived in Houston, Henry and I headed to Alice Blue for dinner in the Heights. Good food and a cozy atmosphere – I definitely recommend. Saturday we rode in the best Soul Cycle class we’d taken and then proceeded to eat a Tiny’s chocolate chip cookie. The cookie negated the workout, but oh well, it was worth it. Saturday night we joined many Houstonians at Lights in the Heights – a stroll through a joyfully decorated neighborhood which included live bands and hot cocoa.
Houston, you’re growing on me.