Casual Army Green Duster

It was a little chilly yet again this weekend! During the week though, it was SO HOT. Like in the nineties and humid hot! I guess you would say the cooler air was a little welcomed!

But with that said, I hated the thought of having to layer yet again. Despite the heat, I will say that I am so ready for the warm temps to stay. 

This lightweight duster was the perfect layering piece! I also can't wait to use it as a beach coverup later this summer! Plus, I really can't say no to anything army green! It is a go-to color of mine! 

Outfit Details:
Duster: Nordstrom /// Top: Old Navy /// Jeans: Old Navy /// Shoes: Target /// Bag: Blair Ritchey /// Sunglasses: Old Navy 


Romping in Rompers

I love a good romper, especially when it feels like I am wearing pajamas! I wore this over the weekend when I was out and about with the family. We had promised the girls some new spring/summer clothes so we ventured out for a bit after church!

While I realize a romper cut like this isn't ideal for all shapes, I couldn't help but fall in love with the comfort and the stripes! I did purchase this in floral as well, and I must say it looks really great with heels. I do realize this one would look better with some heels, or even wedges, but I couldn't muster up sporting heels while running errands with my fam! 

Outfit Details:
Jacket: Old Navy /// Romper: Old Navy /// Shoes: Target /// Hat: Target /// Sunglasses: c/o Loft


Sleeveless Sweater Style

When I purchased this sweater I really didn't have any idea as to how I was going to style it. I didn't anticipate layering it, but sure enough it had been a little too chilly to wear it without a tee shirt underneath. 

While you could easily toss a jacket or a blazer over it, I feel like it would defeat the purpose of wearing it- why would you want to cover up the adorable tie detail?!

Once I thought to toss on a tee underneath, I knew I wanted to dress it down. I feel like the white tee made it a little more casual. This could easily be dressed up, though, if you have to for work! I think this sweater would look adorable with a pair of chino's and heels!

For me, though-wearing it with my Converse is perfect! 

Outfit Details:
Sweater: Loft /// Top: Old Navy /// Jeans: American Eagle /// Shoes: Converse /// Bag: Target (similar)


Mother's Day in Mustard

Hope you all had a great weekend, and to those that celebrated, a great Mother's Day! I told my husband I didn't want anything this year and we didn't have to do anything fancy!

While it is nice to be fussed over and spoiled, sometimes it feels good to just celebrate the everyday. We have a normal Sunday routine of church, Dunkin' Donuts, blog pictures, and grocery shopping. Something about our Sunday ritual I love and didn't want to give that up for the day!

We do keep things pretty casual around here, but I did want to get a little more dressed up than I normally do. As I was shopping for my store, I stumbled on this dress-the mustard color, the cut, the length. Everything about it was perfect. Sidenote-I have it coming in white later this week, so be on the lookout for it!

Outfit Details:
Jacket: Old Navy /// Dress: Elizabeth & West /// Shoes: Steve Madden via DSW /// Bag: c/o Blair Ritchey (exact, newer version) /// Hat: Target 


Robyn Rhodes Spring/Summer 2017 Collection

For those of you that have followed me for a while know that I have headed out to LA a few times over the last year or two to style the photo shoot for my talented friend Robyn Rhodes. (you can see previous shoots I did with her here and here)

If you aren't familiar with her, she is an amazingly talented jewelry designer based in LA. All of her jewelry is made right in LA, from designing to the assembling to shipping. And it is all handmade!

The photo shoot for her Spring/Summer 2017 shoot was in March, so I flew out there to be the stylist for the shoot. The planning though, started months earlier! For this particular collection, Robyn went back to her roots, so to speak and drew inspiration from some of her original collections. She brought back old silhouettes and vintage castings out of the archives.

From there, Robyn and her assistant/photographer Joy created a vision and concept for the photo shoot. From there, I hit the ground running, working closely with Robyn and Joy to gather pieces that would reflect their vision but not take away from the true stars of the photo shoot-Robyn's jewelry. Between the three of us, we were able to find some great pieces that were the perfect compliment!

Here are some behind the scenes photos from the shoot. From Robyn's vision, to Joy's amazing photography skills, Addie's amazing hair styling, and Val's talented makeup the shoot just came together perfectly. Plus, our model Dana was to die for!

While I adore every piece in the collection, I do have a few favorites! Here are some of my top picks!

Amazing pieces, aren't they?! And these aren't even all of them! I had a hard time choosing my favorite ones! 

I can't even begin to put into words how awesome it is to be able to do what I love! From start to finish it was so awesome, and so much fun!

Makeup: Val Harvey (@mohawkmakeup)
Hair: Addie Markowitz (@sweetadelae)
Styling: Me
Photographer: Joy Newell (@joynewell)