This is what I wore to Sunday brunch. This shirt is one of my “go-to” tops. It’s oversized and comfy (my two favorite things in the world) but the lace detailing gives it just enough umph to not look sloppy. I actually liked it so much that I went back to Free People and bought it in two more colors. I do that a lot. It’s a habit I am trying to break. Do you think there’s a support group for that sort of thing?
Shirt: Free People | Sweater: TJ Maxx (Similar) | Jeans: Free People | Shoes: TJ Maxx | Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs | Watch: Michael Kors | Bracelet: Nordstrom Rack | Necklace: Mom’s vintage Monogram and Stella and Dot wishbone | Sunglasses: RayBan
Last night I went to see Miike Snow in concert with some of my friends. The show was amazing but the weather was not. It was cold and rainy so I opted for pants, boots and this cute new polka dot top from TJ Maxx. The outfit was great for walking around outside but the second I was inside, surrounded by 1500 other fans, I immediately regretted it. Needless to say, I left the show looking like a sweaty mess–but not before a girl in the bathroom could tell me that I looked like Madonna. Definitely a first. Oh, also, I have no idea why my hair looks white in these photos. I can assure you that it is not.
Shirt: TJ Maxx | Pants: Citizens of Humanity | Boots: Boutique 9 | Bag: Vintage Coach | Bracelets: JewelMint and Nordstrom Rack | Necklace: Stella and Dot
I spent the afternoon walking around downtown Fredericksburg, which provided the perfect backdrop for today’s photos. I am now off to continue this great day at the Miike Snow concert in DC. Hope everyone is having a great weekend!
Sweater: Cynthia Rowley via TJ Maxx | Jeans: Citizens of Humanity | Shoes: Dolce Vita | Necklace: Aldo | Bag: Hobo International | Sunglasses: RayBan