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Hey! It’s finally feeling like fall in LA! I have put all tank tops on hold and have pulled out my big box o’ tights to help transition some dresses and skirts into the cooler months.
I don’t wear many mini skirts. But I did make an exception for this one when I saw the unique asymmetric color blocking and the eye appliqué. And, it is surprisingly versatile – it can be worn on cooler days with tights, boots, and a sweater or during the summer with a cute tank and sandals.
Hi! I hope you all had a very happy Thanksgiving! I certainly had my fill of stuffing and pie, so to keep myself from feeling too guilty, I make an effort to get out for quick workouts when I have 10 (or even 5!) minutes to spare. My go-to 10 minute workout consists of a few 10 second sprints, lunges, leg lifts, crunches, and of course stretching before and after. And I you’re like me and mostly have capri-cut leggings/workout pants, I also wear knee high or over-the-knee socks to cover up since it can be pretty chilly in the morning. No need to buy full length pants!
Now that I find myself on my feet all day running around after my daughter, I really think about the comfort of my shoes every morning as I get dressed. Can I wear them all day? Might I kill myself on stairs? Etc. Needless to say, when I find a pair of shoes that are cool and all-day ready, I am very, VERY pleased.
Gingham is just the ultimate summer pattern. You can practically wear your picnic cloth and still look perfectly daytime chic because it really is that effortless and easy to wear.
A few work meetings and then I’m off to run some errands before skipping town for my bestie’s wedding!
Happy Friday! Quick post today…
With this warm weather, I’ve been opting for lightweight cotton dresses for an easy work look paired with some perforated mid heel oxfords (again, keeping things breezy!). Hope you all have a great weekend.
Off-the-shoulder tops with ruching like this one make me think of an old cowboy film. So it only seemed natural to pair it with my western-inspired ankle boots and some fringe!