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Showing posts with label Geoclassics. Show all posts

This shirt hasn't appeared on the blog often but it's one I don't think I will ever get rid of.  The print is super fun and the can be worn a lot of ways. I do always wear the same tank top underneath but I can wear it with jeans, shorts, skirts, etc. I think the last time it appeared on the blog was way back in 2018 when I wore it to Animal Kingdom in Disney World. Funnily enough, the first time it was on the blog (in 2014) I wore it with the same necklace! 

Everyone kept thinking I was my sister's dog Teddy when I was walking around the house in these. Christian even thought we had a dog in OUR house when I walked downstairs, ha ha. I do feel weird walking around stores when I'm jingling so I do avoid wearing them to the grocery store but I still love these sandals, especially because the name of the sandal is my middle name (and my late Grandmother's too!)

Animal Print Top: Studio 1 c/o ThredUp

Jeans: FRAME 'Le Skinny de Jeanne' (Shopbop)

Bag: Madewell Medium Slim Saddle Bag in Croc c/o Shopbop (smaller size)

Sandals: Ancient Greek Sandals 'Faye' embellished sandal (Net-a-Porter Sale)

Sunglasses: Gucci Aviators

Necklace: Geoclassics



Temperatures are on the decline but I still have some hot weather day outfits to share before we get to my favorite - jeans and sweaters! I will be sad to "put away" all my sandals though! I say that in quotes because in reality they stay out on display all year thanks to my closet room.


 This is one of my favorite thrifting buys/alterations. I bought it back in 2012 for $6 and it was super long. I wore it that way a couple times and then decided to have my Mom shorten it so I would wear it more. I probably should have left it a little longer but I think we had to go all the way to the top of the slits so it wouldn't be noticeable. 


I wore this to go for a walk in the park and then Christian and I headed to Brick + Wood to pick up a pizza! We then drove to a parking lot and ate it in the car because we didn't want it to get cold on the way home, haha. It was soooo good! Definitely recommend if you're near Fairfield.

Animal Print Dress: no brand (thrifted), Leopard Print Sandals: Ancient Greek Sandals 'Clio' leopard-print (Net-a-Porter Sale), Sunglasses: Ray Ban 'Erika' c/o Shopbop, Necklace: Geoclassics (a since closed gem store in Newport, RI)

The original dress:

Living in New England we have quite the range of Summer temperatures so it's not out of the ordinary to wear jeans in Summer.  It's not as hard as you think to wear high waisted jeans in summer so today I'm sharing two ways it can be done! Good American, an inclusive sizing clothing store, has a ton of different high waisted jean options. They have everything from clean to distressed all the way to waxed and embellished options.

Wear a bodysuit - The foundation of this look is a bodysuit. You can get them printed, solid, tank, short sleeve, anything your heart desires! What's great about wearing a bodysuit with high waisted jeans is you get to show off how high the jeans go rather than covering them up with a top. That's not a bad thing, but if you want to really highlight the jeans, this is the simplest way!

Thin layers are also really helpful in Summer. Here I wore my high waisted jeans with a super thin silk button up blouse that I tied at the waist so it would accentuate the jeans.  Since this particular blouse was long-sleeved I rolled them up to keep cool in the warmer weather. I was even able to get away with this top in the heat of Florida.

Crop tops and lightweight sweater tanks are another great way to show off high-waisted jeans. You can see how I've worn a crop top with high waisted jeans in this post from my vacation in Greece and in a light weight sweater here.

Normally people associate high waisted jeans with sweaters and Winter. But you really can wear them all year round if you style them right. I find that in Summer I want to wear lighter wash jeans or really thin fabric jeans. These Everlane jeans I'm wearing are on the thicker side but the light wash keeps them Summery. You also don't have to show off how high the waist actually goes. You could wear a silky dress over the jeans or a really lightweight cardigan. The sky is the limit! Just remember - keep it simple, keep it light and have fun!

How would you wear high waisted jeans in Summer?!

Leopard Print Blouse: Equipment "Sophie", Bodysuit: Who What Wear x Target, Jeans: Everlane high-rise skinny jean in mid-blue, Suede Mules: BCBGeneration 'Beverly' c/o Clinton Crossing, Bag: Dark Purple Chloé Faye (eBay), Ammonite Necklace: Geoclassics, Sunglasses: Gucci

*This post was made in partnership with Nakturnal.
It's getting too dark too early! Getting outfit pictures is going to be harder and harder until we get to spring forward. My dad used to take my photos when I would go over for dinner, but I'm going to have to make him take pictures of all my outfits on the weekend instead. I've become too lazy to go back to using my tripod during the day. Plus, he's a (hobby) photographer so they always come out better. Funnily enough, my mom had to take these for me last week. Woohoo for helpful family members!

Faux Fur Vest: French Connection (Marshalls), Cashmere Sweater: Everlane, Jeans: Free People (eBay), Necklace: Geoclassics, Bag: Etienne Aigner (thrifted), Flats: Chanel (eBay)

Who says you need to have a boyfriend to wear a men's sweater? Not me! I got this sweater in the men's section at Marshalls a few years ago and it remains one of my most comfortable sweaters EVER. What is it about men's products that makes them so much softer?

Sweater: Marc by Marc Jacobs (Marshalls), High Waisted Jeans: J Brand 'Maria' (Gilt), Boots: Cordani (Roundabout Resale), Necklace: Geoclassics

Once again I'm able to wear a weird combo thanks to the Fall weather. Sweater on top, shorts on bottom! Woohoo! I was struggling between two pairs of shoes, but in the end my Lanvin sandals won out...they're my closet obsession of the past couple months if you couldn't tell.

I also love the cut of this sweater. The deep-v is a nice change from my usual crewnecks. But that does mean it will be harder to wear once the temperatures drop below freezing. Won't stop me from trying though!

Sweater: Abercombie & Fitch, Shorts: Banana Republic, Suede Sandals: Lanvin (Net-a-Porter), Necklace: Geoclassics

Here was my other shoe option. These Alexander Wang booties are approaching their 6th birthday! Can't believe I've had them that long!

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