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 would understand 😉
(This post is sponsored by lulus)
Say hello to my little friend, the sexiest jumpsuit from Lulus. It’s actually the sexiest jumpsuit from anywhere. The minute I saw this pretty little number on Lulus.com I HAD to have it. I love the vacation feels mixed with femininity, and a lively print. The front of the pant leg is high low with a subtle slit up the front, which causes a beautiful and relaxed flow as you walk.
I’m already plotting to wear this one on my next date night! I got a TON of requests for links when I posted this outfit to my Instagram, so I wanted to make sure to share the direct links below:
Finders Keepers Jumpsuit – I am wearing the xxs, and it is very fitted, my measurements are 34/24/34
This post was sponsored by Lulus // All opinions are my own.
‘Tis the season of festivals. There’s something in the air that makes me want to hightail it out of town and dance my heart out to live music, maybe it’s the spring weather, but this year it’s not just about the physical destination as much as my mental destination. What? I sound crazy? We’re all crazy. Maybe Lulus festival season isn’t just about the big concerts and bucket list experiences, maybe it’s about a little spring cleaning of the soul and letting your true self shine outward. Thanks to Lulus.com I explored just that and brought to you my favorite moments with personal style. You can find my looks and more at Lulus Festival Shop.
I attended Francesca Liberatore at the NYFW stomping grounds, and found the looks to be feminine and airy. The dress shown below was my favorite, but I must confess, I have lots of favorites. This balloon sleeved dress was made in my dreams. She reminds me of a writer’s muse in Shakespearean times.