happy tuesday, everyone!
i feel a bit like a nomad as of late –
i was supposed to move this past weekend, but alas,
our new house is not ready. thus, moving
has been postponed, and i am living out of a suitcase
(or two) and several garbage bags while floating
from one couch to the next. getting dressed in the
morning is a struggle; i feel like i am losing
my mind with all the clothes, household items,
shoes, and general crap all over my room
and living space. i am eager to get everything
organized and settled in my new space!
unfortunately, i do not think that will happen
for a few more weeks.
please keep your fingers crossed for me!
disclosure: today i am partnering with endless knot, a local seattle
boutique. they graciously lent me the dress and necklace i am wearing today!
despite packing and moving, i do not want
to completely sacrifice my personal style (and i am
hopeful i do not get too behind with my blog), but you know,
life happens! when scrambling to find an outfit,
i am grateful for simple, but chic outfits like the boho-inspired
dress i am wearing today. dress + vest + mules, and
you are ready to go!
the sleeves, midi length, and cut-out
on the neckline make this dress much different
from anything else in my closet. it was a
challenge (a fun challenge!) to style.
i decided to go the casual route by adding my
distressed denim vest and nude mules;
ballet flats or sneakers would be a fun alternative!
photos by karya schanilec photography
dress: c/o endless knot, vest: levi’s (thrifted),
purse: dooney & bourke
this week, i am guest posting on the endless knot blog
and discussing a prominent trend for fall 2017:
boho influences and the american pioneer aesthetic.
this floral midi dress (borrowed from endless knot)
is an example of this trend and how easy it is to wear!
i often worry that high fashion and runway looks
are impossible to wear IRL (in real life), but it does not
have to be that way! bohemian, feminine, all things
embroidered – endless knot has it all.
what trends are you looking forward to this year?
is it just me, or can we ask summer to stick around
a little bit longer?!
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