Stripes and Chambray
It's a crazy time of the year for me. I have been neglectful in posting and I am sorry. Work is keeping me so busy with deadlines, and I have so many other things in the works that by the time I get home I am a zombie and want to just relax. I hope I am finally on the upswing and back to regularly posting. For a long time (like the first two years) I posted every week day. Then I slowly toggled between 4 and 5 days. I am thinking with my current schedule I may set a routine and post Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. If I post on Mondays and Fridays it will be a bonus!! I want you to know you can count on fresh content and when I post. I truly appreciate all of you for following and reading. I love blogging and have no plans of stopping anytime soon. Life is just happening (In a good way) and I needed to let you know what to expect from me! So on to the outfit today.
This is a versatile skirt I picked up a while back from Ann Taylor. I love the stretch in the fabric and it really has been a great piece. If you don't own a stripe skirt, you need to. Seriously, what doesn't go with a stripe? I paired it with my Talbots Chambray top; another versatile must have item. I know you have seen me wear these Ashley Pittman earrings all summer. I love them. They are light weight and go with literally everything. The teardrop shape and cutouts makes them so versatile to dress up or down. When I was in Florida earlier this summer, Gayle and I stopped into a bead shop in Key West and picked up a bunch of natural stone strands. We have had so much fun making bracelets and adding a fresh stack to our outfits. We have made over 25 different bracelets in a variety of colors in natural gemstones. Have you ever tried beading or jewelry making?
Stripe skirt options here, here, and here // Chambray shirt // Bead Bracelets personal collection ( similar ) // Sandals (Similar) // Ashley Pittman necklace c/o // Ashley Pittman pendant c/o // Ashley Pittman Earrings c/o // Bag //
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