I am trying to recuperate from a fun-filled weekend in Hersey Park with my family. My body literally feels like it was beaten up. I guess that's what an entire day at an amusement park will do to you! Anyway, I am kicking off the new week with this cute little number.
Romper: Charlotte Russe | Shoes: Schutz | Clutch: Gypsy Warrior (old, love this)
I love the fact that this "dress" is actually a romper. It makes it that much more comfortable and fun to wear. I am all about easy breezy pieces for summer and it doesn't get much better than this. I had fun styling this because there were so many different possibilities. I ended up going with these amazing statement shoes that I got a couple of months ago. I have been so anxious to wear these, but didn't really know how I was going to style them. I think that they worked really well with this outfit. They definitely helped to make it pop!
I am all for blush tones, but sometimes they can wash me out if I don't incorporate another color or print into the mix. I added in this snakeskin clutch to bring some more dimension to the look. It definitely helped to bring this all together. The next time you are wearing a solid colored outfit, try to add in a printed piece. You will see how quickly it can change your whole outfit! And last but not least, instead of a big necklace, I went with a statement bracelet. :)
I just wanted to do a quick post sharing my July 4th style! I didn't want to let this weekend go by without wearing something fun and patriotic. Since I am road tripping it with the fam this morning to Hershey Park and will be there all weekend, I know that I will pretty much be keeping it casual with my outfits. I wanted to at least dress up for the festivities on the blog. ;)
Dress: ASOS | Shoes: Bakers (old) | Bag: Prima Donna (similar)
I recently got this dress from ASOS and fell in love with the bold red color. Totally hugs my body too! I was not initially planning on doing something with it for the 4th, but when I was looking through my things it just really stood out to me and of course made perfect sense. A LRD is always a great way to celebrate the fourth if you've got some plans for going out at night. I kept it simple with white sandals and a white bag and thew in a fun element with my go-to July 4th shades. ;)
Whatever your plans are this weekend, I hope that you have a ton of fun and most importantly, stay safe! Happy 4th!!
Since I haven't done any major traveling lately, I am totally taking advantage of local travels and long road trips. During the summer months, it's good to do this as often as you can. A little change of scenery is most definitely the best. Over the weekend, I spent my Saturday at a beach house in Long Beach, Long Island for #summerofcreeds. It ended up raining majority of the time, but the views were absolutely beautiful! I was a little disappointed that we were not able to go into the pool due to the weather, but it was still a lot of fun. I shared some photos to instagram while I was there, but wanted to post a little more on the blog. :)
Totally playing it cool in this hammock like I wasn't afraid of rolling over and falling into the water. [lol] Fun fact: I am not a good swimmer.
How cute is this teepee? I wish I could have brought it home with me. I had so much fun with these girls, Megan & Melanie.
I was obsessed with that dock and view! And those swan floats were the best! They made me want to get in the pool even more.
I wanted to be comfy for the whole day so I wore this layered romper (love that it looks like a set) and my favorite gladiator sandals. I was not lying when I said that these would be a summer staple for me! Speaking of travels, I am going on an impromptu road trip this weekend with my mom, sis and brother-in-law to Hershey Park! It brings back so many childhood memories when we used to take those family trips with my dad. Hershey Park, Disney World and Bush Gardens were our three favorite places to go together. I am extremely terrified of roller coasters, but my brother-in-law said he is forcing me to go on a bunch of them. Wish me luck! Can't wait to share that trip with you guys. :)