Sunday, August 5, 2018


When I saw this adorable bow tie skirt, I knew I had to have it. For less than $50, it's a steal. I brought it home, styled it, and shot it all within 24 hours because, honestly, it's so cute! I would wear this to synagogue (or church, if I went,) to the office, or even for a luncheon.

This skirt can easily be paired with so many shirts in different patterns, fabrics, and colors, but, I'm a sucker for keeping it simple, so I pulled out my favorite silky cami. This cami is super affordable, but looks expensive. It can be thrown in the washer and dryer, without a second thought.

I have paired it with this bralette. It's one of the more affordable ones I've found and I've owned several of this brand since discovering them in college. They're adjustable, and come in a ton of different styles and colors. I'm not busty, so I can get away with only wearing a bralette under a loose fitting shirt. For those of you who are more well endowed, I would recommend wearing a strapless bra under the bralette.

Now, let's talk about these wedges. Fortunately, they are still being sold, even though they're over a year old! They are at an amazing price point, and I can wear them all day and not have sore feet. They have never left blisters, and do not need to "broken in," to be comfortable.

I believe that certain jewelry items are worth the investment, especially if it's pieces that you love and know you'll wear for years to come. That's how I feel about these bracelets. I've been blessed enough to have been gifted several of these for birthdays and anniversaries, but have also saved and purchased some on my own when I feel like I "deserve" it.

Do you have a different way that you'd style this skirt? If so, I'd love to hear about it in the comments below! As always, thanks for stopping by :)