The first time I ever heard of Restoration Hardware a friend wanted to take me and I was so grumpy because I hate hardware stores. Ha! But of course it’s much more than a hardware store and it was so fun to explore.
When my husband and I married, we treated ourselves to a RH bedroom set that I still totally adore. So I’m a bit of a fan.
And of course most importantly, because this is a style blog, this is what I wore!!
On the weekends, I’ve been living in these Everlane Super-Soft Relaxed Jeans! I never thought I’d love a pair of jeans without stretch, but these are sooo soft and broken in that they’re super comfortable, not to mention cool. I’m wearing the Distressed Indigo version, but if holes at the knees aren’t your thing, there are un-distressed versions in Light Vintage blue and versatile Bone.
Everlane gifted me these jeans at my request. All opinions are all my own.
Have you been noticing a lot of shirts tied around waists lately? Some dresses, skirts, and pants even have a built in “shirt”around the waist! If you’re not sure about this trend, let me take a minute to try to convince you to try it!
With President’s Day just around the corner and the Pats winning the Superbowl, I decided it was time to pull out my cute patriotic sweater from Mod Cloth! Oh and of course, it has hearts for Valentine’s Day too!
And you all know I enjoy throwing some plaid into the mix these days!
Outfit details: Patriotic sweater – ModCloth, plaid shirt – Ci Sono (Marshalls), Distressed “Flirt” jeans and slip on sneakers – Old Navy, red bag – London Fog, Bifocal sunnies – Readers.com
A huge thanks to all the fab bloggers who linked up for FUN FASHION FRIDAY last week! Here’s just a few of my fav looks…
Cherie of Style Nudge in this fabulous plaid duster! Also love the cuffed jeans and wicked hot shoes!
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