My boyfriend and I went out to dinner and to see Life of Pi last night. If you haven’t seen (or read it), I highly recommend both the movie and the book. It was a beautiful night and one of the first in which we didn’t need to wear coats so I decided to debut my $10 Lauren Conrad blazer. I’ve been loving the idea of pairing florals with stripes and decided to finally go for it. I think I could get used to this mixing prints thing.
Shirt: Forever 21 | Blazer: LC Lauren Conrad | Shorts: H&M (Similar) | Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs (Similar) | Shoes: Kelsi Dagger | Necklace: Stella and Dot | Sunglasses: RayBan
If the lack of blog posts wasn’t indication enough, I had an extremely busy week last week. To the point that not only did I not have time to take blog photos, I barely had time to put together an outfit worthy of a post.
On a side note: I am going to start buying everything LC Lauren Conrad from Kohl’s. Is anything ever not on sale there? Just yesterday I got a blazer for only $10. I think they might be on to something here.
Shirt: LC Lauren Conrad | Shorts: H&M (Similar) | Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs | Shoes: Urban Outfitters | Watch: Kate Spade | Bracelets: TJ Maxx, Nordstrom Rack
I always wear too many layers on days that end up being warm. I’m not sure how it happens, but it does. I wake up in the morning, check the weather and dress appropriately, only to find that the weatherman underestimated the temperature for the day (by about 20 degrees). Subsequently, I always end up in not enough clothes the following day, which is what’s happening to me today.
Sweater: J Crew Factory | Skirt: J Crew Factory | Blazer: LC Lauren Conrad | Booties: Urban Outfitters | Necklace: eBay | Watch: Kate Spade | Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs (Similar) | Sunglasses: RayBan