A perfect white dress is among many of my summer staples.
It’s my go-to staple that’s as fit for a cocktail party as it is for a weekend at the beach. Whether you are replacing an old favorite or need inspiration for a totally new twist, I’ve got you covered with ALL the white dresses at ALL the price points.
For this look, I layered a Lucy cardigan over my white sleeveless dress
(even though I probably didn’t need it in the CRAZY Arizona heat)
Will you be wearing white this summer?
What I Wore:
Dress: Zaful, High Low Round Neck Sleeveless Dress
Cardigan: Lucy (c/o), Destination Anywhere Long Wrap
Shoes: Shellys London (c/o), Fiona. Last seen here in khaki.
I can’t stop rocking denim on denim aka ‘The Canadian Tuxedo.’
However, I’ve apparently taken my current love of denim to ‘Steve Urkel’ waistband heights…
Shout out to the Instagram follower who pointed that one out!
Anyways…I’m loving the denim layers and my (mid-rise) 1969 best girlfriend dip dye jeans. These jeans feature a throwback dip dye detail at the waistband and a relaxed cut. Making them a weekend essential.
Will you be rocking mid-rise denim this season?
Or are you leaving it to me and all the reruns of Steve Urkel on Family Matters?
I love Instagram for several reasons, but the #1 reason is to discover new brands and engage with other bloggers.
I found Backyard Footwear on the feet of one my favorite fashionistas on Instagram, stalked them and shortly after they reached out to me!
Made by hand in the same European factory since 1972 with 100% natural and European sourced materials – Backyard sneakers have some serious history. Backyard sneakers became popular during the Seventies and were designed as a tribute to the Ivy League styles worn at Harvard or Yale, or Princeton or Dartmouth.
All of the leather is sourced from Italy and they are made with an eco-friendly process and without chemicals. Despite the rich history of the brand and quality manufacturing, the sneakers are reasonably priced and oh-so-easy to style.
The shoe of the Seventies is the sneaker of today.
Their iconic stripes and the distinctive suede patches make the Tivoli my go-to sneaker this summer.