When I was on vacation, I stopped at a partner Lilly store, S. M. Bradford in Wexford. They have SO. MUCH. LILLY. What was even better? They had so much Lilly ON SALE. Now that’s my kind of Lilly! I just love the print on this Dahlia pleated sleeveless top. Love it even more with white jeans (and I won’t point out the two tiny chocolate spots I have on them!).
Top – Lilly Pulitzer Dahlia Pleated Front Top; Jeans – Banana Republic Ankle (on sale!); Wedges – Via Spiga (old); Necklace – Stella & Dot; Bracelets – Henri Bendel (one is sold out but the Petite Enamel is on sale still); Tory Burch Fitbit Flex holder (on sale in silver)
Have I told you how much I hate ironing? Well. I do. Like I do everything imaginable not to iron. So when I purchase a top, the iron/not-to-iron factor always weighs in on my decision. But when I stumbled upon this blouse, I fell in love with the lace detail, and my ironing factor went straight out the window. (And did I mention I got this on super sale?!)
I love the cream color, and the silk is ridiculously soft. The stretchy cotton sleeves were an added bonus … I hate when silk sleeves get those horrible elbow wrinkles. I’m not a huge lace person, but this detail was so feminine and the little keyhole back was a sweet touch.
Pair it with some great jeans – and voila! Easy outfit for work 🙂 You’ve got to love that!
Linking up with The Pleated Poppy.
One thing I love about Georgia’s winters are you can (most of the time) get away with layering to stay warm without having to wear a jacket. To me, this is fantastic after growing up in Illinois. I find layering a button up and sweater is one of the easiest outfits for me in the late fall and winter.
I’ve been loving C. Wonder lately…as I posted about my great find last week, too. The colors of this sweater just screamed at me at the store. I knew I had a few different ways I could wear it. One being, over a striped button up I have. Pair it with some jeans and booties. And there you have it! Easy peasy!
I remember when denim on denim was the “it” thing circa 1994ish. Then it was a fashion no-no. But now…it’s back. I have to say I don’t think matching denim is my taste, but I love a darker denim jean with a lighter chambray/denim top. Here’s how I pulled it off (well, at least in my mind) the other day.
Shirt – J. Crew; Jeans – 7 for all Mankind; Shoes – Pour La Victoire; Watch – Michael Kors
I also hadn’t worn a few of my favorite Stella & Dot pieces in a while, so I busted those out of my jewelry drawer. I used to be a S&D Independent Stylist, so that’s one reason you see me wearing so much S&D. If you love green, these two pieces are great additions to your jewelry collection. And the ring is comfortable. I know some sizable rings end up digging into your finger, but not this one!
In the morning, the weather is so pleasant – a cool 65 degrees. But then, it warms up to above 80. In October. So, I haven’t transitioned too much into fall yet because the weather is still so warm here in Georgia. I just can’t wear layers or tall boots quite yet. I hate sweating when it’s not in a gym.
So last week, I did bust out a couple of my sweaters. I love colors, as they both happen to be neon. And as I look back it’s also a good way to show these wedges, too. With rolled up jeans and with bootcut.
So here’s a sweater I picked up at J. Crew a few weeks ago. I love the light neon orange. I know a lot of women have been doing slouchy, rolled up jeans with pumps, but I wanted to put my own twist on it with wedges.
Sweater, Necklace, and Belt – J. Crew; Jeans – Paige Premium Denim; Wedges – 7 for all Mankind; Watch – Michael Kors; Bracelet – Stella & Dot…and oops…forgot to take off my Fit Bit Flex!
Two days later, I wore a very similar look. Neon sweater, statement necklace, and wedges. But, I opted for no belt and bootcut jeans. The look changes with just the different jeans.
Sweater – J. Crew Factory; Jeans and Wedges – 7 for all Mankind; Necklace – Stella & Dot; Watch – Michael Kors
Have you transitioned into fall or is it still too warm outside for you?
Now, I wouldn’t say I’m fully on board with the printed denim craze, but I do like these polka dot jeans I picked up at J. Crew Factory for $20. I can swallow spending $20 on this trend, but much more than that, I think I would have to bow out. Remember my post the other day about thinking of at least three ways to wear something before putting it in your closet? Um…yeah….I couldn’t exactly think of three ways quickly. So, it was somewhat of an impulse buy. So sue me?!
But here’s how I styled these jeans. I have also really mixed it up and wore a light yellow plaid shirt with these, which the hubs gave me very funny looks when I did. Ha!
I also thought I would show some affordable polka dot jeans, in case you wanted to join the trend, too!