Friday, February 19, 2016

Cute and Casual

Dress: Side Stitch | Shoes: Converse | Sunglasses: Tom Ford | Purse (similar styles): Sole SocietySole SocietyBP | Lip Pencil: MAC (in Edge to Edge) | Lipstick: MAC (in Pink Plaid)

We are heading to the desert to see the twins (oh and G and Miray ;)) this weekend and I am so excited. We haven't seen them since they were less than a week old and now they are over six weeks old. Can you believe that!?! Time flies!! They are doing great and I can't wait to snuggle their little faces!! We are taking Tony's parents with us which is great! They are really good friends with Miray's parents who will also be out there so that will be fun for them to not only see their grandbabies but also their dear friends. I am so excited to do nothing but hold babies all weekend long. It is a little pathetic but they totally scratch that baby itch for me. 

This dress is so so comfortable. Everyone needs a dress like this in their closet, especially this particular one, it's super soft. It is so easy to throw on and go all day in and you still look put together and cute. Pairing it with some Chucks and a crossbody bag make it even easier to be in on a jam-packed day. I have the sleeves rolled, so if the night turns chilly in this transitional weather we have been having you can roll them down. Adding a chambray button-down for warmth isn't a bad idea either. I have had these sunglasses for a while and they are my favorite because they have an adjustable nose piece and they aren't aviators (aviators look horrid on me). I have huge cheeks so anytime I wear suglasses that don't have an adjustable nose piece look angry because I tend to not smile. If I smile they sit on my cheeks and leave marks in my makeup (both super annoying). If you have the same problem, these are a great solution. 

I hope your day is as beautiful as you are!

1 comment:

  1. great dress indeed! Love this casual look! Have fun this weekend ;-)


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