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June 26, 2015

CALL ME, MRS. POTTS

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I’ve always been partial to a matching crop top and short set, in fact this isn’t my first time posting about one. However, this set (one that my boyfriend tells me I look like a tea pot in) only because the intricate pattern reminds him of an ACTUAL oriental tea set. And after talking to friends and questioning my own boyfriend, I’ve come to a conclusion that there are a good deal of guys out there that have a strong distaste for rompers, jumpsuits and matching sets. Nonetheless, I don’t really care what anyone thinks but I was wondering why they hate them so much. Maybe it reminds some of their childhood, where they were forced to pose in family photos donning a onesie or a matching ensemble from their great Aunt Mary. I get that, and understand how haunting a memory that could be, especially since  it’s one they will never be able to live it down. But I hate to break it to you boys, onesies and sets are here to stay—for now. I like this one in particular because of its pattern; I don’t have anything like it and I’m partial to crisp white and royal blue. It’s definitely an outfit you can dress up or down, I took a more casual approach with my Franco Sarto gladiator sandals (which are SO comfortable btw). If you’re a lover of matching sets and onesies, rock them all season long—you look FABULOUS!

xx

Jacqueline

 

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May 8, 2015

THE LIFERS

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Details: ZARA crochet romper (old), similar here | Abercrombie and Fitch denim jacket (old), similar here | Franco Sarto open toe pumps, similar here |

I have a special date with my boyfriend this weekend, and instead of throwing on my usual go-to dress I decided to pull out my ZARA crochet romper from last year. I should note now, that this entire outfit is revamped from past years, however I’ve included some similar styles above and below, including an AMAZING crochet Banana Republic dress that I’m pretty sure I now NEED. Anyway, how many of you still have your Abercrombie and Fitch denim jacket from 7th grade? I can imagine a great deal of 90s babies out there still do, and I am so relieved I never ditched mine. I think I’ve worn this jacket more now than I did when I was in middle school. It’s still in great shape, and I can’t say there are many denim jackets on the market right now that I HAVE to have—this one takes the cake. And while this date look is relatively casual and comfy, the crochet detail of the romper is perfectly feminine and sophisticated—I think this will remain in my closet just as long as my denim jacket.

I’m ready for the weekend, how about you?!

xx

Jackie

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