July 6, 2016

TAKING IT OFF (THE SHOULDER)

DSC_1531editedDSC_1539 copy editedDSC_1530editedDSC_1537editedDSC_1559editedDSC_1560editedDSC_1564 (1)editedDSC_1564 (1)editedDSC_1567editedDetails: Goodnight Macaroon ‘Riley’ Chambray Off the Shoulder Top, here  | American Eagle white denim Artist Crop pants, here | Carmen Saiz metallic gold slip ons via Marshall’s, similar here |

Yesterday was the most miserable work day yet. It was painful getting out of bed after such a great holiday weekend, and I know that it wasn’t just me because everyone at work was just as miserable, if not more. Funny enough, I didn’t wear a single outfit I had planned to wear this weekend. When you’re on a lake and the only thing you need is a bathing suit during the day and a sweatshirt at night, there’s nothing more you need. It kind of felt good to just not think about what I was wearing. I wore two bathing suits all weekend and the same sweatshirt. While I enjoyed the simple and lax lake dress code, I did miss wearing this chambray off the shoulder top. It’s one of my favorite summer garments this season and these white denim Artist Crop pants are the perfect counterpart. It’s a simple classic look, but also sexy and sweet at the same time. It can be worn just as easily at a family BBQ as it can at your favorite intimate Italian restaurant. Instead of standard wedges, I went with these metallic gold slip-ons that I scored at Marshall’s. I especially love the white sole and espadrille combination–it elevates the slip-on. Since I didn’t don this outfit this holiday weekend, you can be sure that I will be wearing it several times this summer–maybe even too much!

xx

Jacqueline

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