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!
Move over chunky knits, I’m bringing out the florals and my freshly-shaved legs!
It’s rare that I see something and have to buy it instantly (before it goes on clearance!) but I loved this dress and the pattern so much, I knew it was worth the investment since it would be on repeat all summer…er… winter long.
I must be lost because I never need more than two layers in LA.
The cape blazer is one of my favorite work-appropriate layering pieces since the unexpected peek at your sleeves keeps things interesting. Best of all, it can be worn with just about anything – layered over a knit dress like I did today, paired with some pants/jeans/fitted skirts… you name it!
Summer may have technically ended, but I’m guessing I still have another month or so to enjoy sandals and crop tops before swapping them out for boots and sweaters. When it cools down in the evening, I opt for a light-weight short sleeve jacket like this cotton one. (Can you tell I’m really into chambray outerwear?)