10.25.2013

TGIF with Jeans and a Teacup!!

Happy Friday, everyone! Today is a great day- I am wrapping up my time here in NYC for Lucky FABB, and let me tell you it has been one amazing experience for sure. I will definitely be back next year! 

Today, I have Jessica from Jeans and a Teacup! She is dear to me (she totally doesn't know that) because she is literally one of the first blogs are started to follow and took a huge liking to when I first started blogging over a year ago. I just love her dearly, and her style as well! She is effortlessly beautiful- I mean look at her! Plus, she is living the Cali life, which I wouldn't mind!! Hope you enjoy Jessica's blog as much as I do! 

Hello Mommy in Heels Readers! I'm Jessica and I blog over at Jeans and a Teacup! I'm so excited to be guest posting for Rebecca while she's in New York for Lucky FABB! I wish I was living on the East Coast right now so I could be there too! I'm actually from Pennsylvania but right now I'm living in California while my husband works in production.  But we'll be moving back to PA in the near future to go work on his parent's farm (and I'm not joking! haha). 

Anyway! This is a typical post on my blog! I mainly blog about my personal style but I throw in other fashion related posts from time to time.  I love to shop but also have a budget so I like to remix my clothes as much as possible! 
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Shirt: American Eagle (similar), Skirt: H&M (cute option) (another option), Shoes: Target (similar), Clutch: Coach Factory, Necklace: Chicnova, Bracelet: Express, Lips: L'Oreal Divine Wine
I wore this ensemble on a dinner date with my husband.  I like to dress up to go out to eat but at the same time I like to be comfortable.  And you can't get more comfortable than a chambray shirt! I got this feathery skirt last year around the holiday season at H&M and I've actually been able to wear it several different ways. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find similar feathery skirts but I think this outfit would still work with any other cream/textured skirt - maybe a jacquard or brocade pattern!  Check out Jeans and a Teacup today to see how I've styled this skirt three other ways! Thanks for stopping by!

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2 comments:

  1. So cute and fun - another stand out look with a chambray shirt (they really are the best!)
    Chic on the Cheap

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  2. Aww...thanks for the kind words Rebecca! Thanks for letting me guest post today!
    ~Jessica

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