when the temperatures begin to drop, I default. and truly want to hibernate.
I dress myself without thinking in old college sweatshirts, jeans, & furry moccasins. then remember that I am no longer in college and it is not necessarilyalways appropriate for a twenty-seven year old adult.
all you need is an over-sized sweater, a pair of boyfriend jeans, booties, and a floppy hat to find adult comfort.
what is better than a tee shirt? one you can wear to a party.
I fell head over heels for this dress the second I saw it. it’s right up my alley. simple, yet feminine.
another reason I love it, you can dress it up or down. I wore it to our outdoor bridal shower. don’t send the bridal police on me, I didn’t wear white. dress it up with a pair of booties + a fun necklace. or dress it down [like I did] with a denim jacket + a pair of TOMS. regardless you’ll be comfortable.
do you remember when braces were cool? or was that just me? there was a point in my life [around 6th grade], all of my friends had braces. and gosh dang it, I wanted a pair. Luckily, I didn’t have to wish for them too long. at my very next dentist appointment, I was told I had a 30% overbite [which is nearly nothing & practically normal] but it was recommended I get braces. after one fancy colored rubber band change, I was over them. and two years later, threw a party the day the came off!
my point is, I occasionally suffer from “want what you can’t have” syndrome. a large shout out to warby parker for making swoon-worthy eyeglasses. and their fall collection launches today! [see the full collection here].
while I do not wish for my 20/20 vision to vanish, I cannot help but love how stylish they make corrective lens. thank goodness for their sunglasses. and having a fiance who is on board with me dressing up his face spectacles.
but let’s pretend for a minute.
although I am sad to see the summer go so quickly, I cannot wait to dive into sweater + boot season.