I’m in love with this tunic. When I first purchased it from Free People I thought it was a dress. It’s described on the site as a tunic but I’ve definitely worn it on it’s on. Since it’s a little short I thought I’d only be able to wear it at night but I discovered that if I play down the cleavage and add a slightly longer layer underneath it works really well for a daytime look. Maybe that should have been my clue that it’s not a dress?
This skirt is originally from Madewell but I thrifted it during my New Year’s trip to San Francisco. I’ve already worn it so much so expect to see it pop up on the blog again. I love that it’s also a piece that screams night out but when paired with denim it’s toned down quite a bit.
The rings I’m wearing are my new obsession. I stumbled upon them one day when Kyle and I were exploring the city. There’s a cute little shop called Rare Bloom Boutique and the owner’s daughter has her own jewelry line. She makes all the pieces. I really love supporting small business so I’m sure I’ll be back there to purchase more pieces. I love that it’s off the beaten path a bit.
Since I’m loving dainty jewelry lately I’ve started to only wear my wedding ring and not my engagement ring. When I told a few friends about this they almost had a heart attack. Yes, I’m in love with my engagement ring but sometimes it’s too much. I’m really glad I went with a simple band so that I can wear it alone. I’m still married… ring or not.
This is a purse I picked up from Marshall’s for $20. I think I’ve mentioned this before but right now I’m not really into big bags. I want a crossbody that I can throw the essentials in and still look cute. I love that this looks nice with costing too much.
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