I have been absent for a while…my apologies, last month has been so busy and joyful! Am back with some outfit ideas while I was away. Hope you enjoy!
First, using different tops with the same denim shorts from J.Crew Factory. Next, some random outfits from my vacation. Let me know which you like best! I will be updating links to the outfits later this week.
Shorts — pink top/purple top/lace top
jacket/pants/shirt/belt/flats — dress — top — dress/belt
This week has seen lots of white at eBelandi. If you recall, one of my goals this spring is to wear lots of white with lace and pastel hues, per this inspiration. I have along way to go on the pastel hues, and could do better on the white combination. Some outfit ideas below, let me know which you like best! I will be updating the links later today.
A side note: I was able to get the factory version of the rose necklace from the crew. I am not much of a jewelry girl, I tend to wear the same pieces. But the white roses were pretty (or have I just been assimilated from seeing so many rose necklaces on other bloggers…:( 😦 ) Regardless, it seems to be available online, though on another color. A close up below. And the usual poll below!
Have not done well this week as far as posting…Below, some outfit inspirations for this week. I really like the stripe skirt from the crew, it’s simple yet fresh and it pairs well with the fuschia! Let me know which outfit you like best!
On a side note, if you are thinking of purchasing the J.Crew sweater jacket, I’d highly recommend. It is very warm and the shape is similar to a leather jacket but made of wool 😉 Love the zippers and buttons!! Would have gone with pink (more stylish in my opinion) but the navy is more practical so navy I purchased. And pulled everything together with the stripe schoolboy blazer and a scarf 🙂
Let me know which outfits you like best by taking poll below as usual!
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