A while back I asked my husband what decade he’d be from if he wasn’t alive now at this moment. He said the 50’s, which I’m glad wasn’t true for him because I’m certain I would be trying to change the world in the 70’s. Needless to say, I’m happy we’re here together in 2017, but I’ve always loved a great pair of cord bell bottoms and successfully purchased a few in vintage shops downtown Chicago in high school. When I saw this ridiculously cute and vintage inspired Free People rust cord Pinafore from Lulus I was instantly in LOVE! The kind of love only a soul from the 70’s…
This Winston White Lace Romper is a perfect transition piece (available at Crush in Scottsdale, also you can shop this look below). The long sleeves and lining give it a little more coverage for brisk evenings and it pairs perfectly with booties… just about any kind of bootie.
This bucket bag from Free People is a perfect addition to your fall closet line up and SO affordable at $68. I just purchased it in the nude color, but the other two options have me thinking… I could buy all three for less than the designer version. Right?
I recently met a designer in Arizona who has created the most flirty yet simple collection. That’s exactly what my personal style is all about, keeping it simple, yet flirty, so we hit it off from the start. Her designs are all made out of soft pretty fabrics and they bring out the girly girl in me.
It may not be Cinco de Mayo, but I’m always down for Tacos and Tequila. Just those words make me feel like I’m on a beach in Cabo ready to to take the night into the early morning. Anything that inspires me to feel like adventure is a win! This Tacos and Tequila tank is from one my favorite little spots called Fabulous Finds Boutique that is across the country, however, they have online shopping, which is another win!