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
My boyfriend and I had such a busy weekend. We went to see Swan Lake at the ballet on Friday night, had breakfast with friends on Saturday morning, followed by a wine tasting party that afternoon and an engagement party that night. It was so busy that we didn’t have one second to take pictures until Sunday, which was mostly spent relaxing…and scooping up a bunch of the Prabal Gurung stuff at Target.
Shirt: Urban Outfitters | Chambray: J Crew | Jacket: Urban Outfitters | Leggings: Urban Outfitters | Booties: Urban Outfitters | Scarf: Stella and Dot | Bag: Aldo | Hat: TJ Maxx | Sunglasses: RayBan
I think it’s time I admit that I have a problem. I now have this dress in three different prints and one solid. My wallet would really appreciate it if J Crew Factory stopped mass producing this dress in adorable prints and having good sales so I feel obligated to buy them. It’s like I can’t say no. 40% off? How can I argue with that? Spend over $75 and get 20% off? Just stop it already, J Crew Factory.
Dress: J Crew Factory | Booties: Urban Outfitters | Blazer: H&M (Similar) | Bag: Kate Spade | Watch: Kate Spade | Necklace: Stella and Dot | Sunglasses: RayBan