(Sidenote: Cam hates this top, like just absolutely can’t stand it. The first time I wore it he’s like “Umm the 90’s called, they want that shirt back”…ha. We’re super honest with each other, and while most of the time he’s very complimentary about my fashion choices, sometimes we just don’t see eye to eye. So sorry Cam, I love this top and you’re gonna have to deal with it!)
Shirt: Old Navy Belt: Hollister Jeans: Uniqlo
Flats: Target Purse: Old Navy Headband: J.Crew
This second look is fairly representative of how I dress most of the time. I picked up this top at Old Navy in Reno, NV and while it’s a little mom-ish (no offense moms!), I love navy and white striped boat neck tees like this because they always feel a little like I should be walking down a street in Paris carrying a baguette and wearing a beret. And I love it.
I paired it with some red accents that I recently picked up; I love how red adds a certain pop to an otherwise casual look.
Top: Pitaya Belt: Old Navy Leggings: Target Boots: Target
My third look is a colorful tunic I found at a boutique called Pitaya in Tempe, AZ. Bright blue and polka dots are two eye-catching trends that I’m a huge fan of, and I love how this top goes perfectly with leggings and boots. It was a little shapeless on it’s own, so I belted it using this bright green skinny belt I picked up at Old Navy in Reno. I love how it’s bright and fun, yet still appropriate for Tahoe’s cold temps!
Three other little items have recently made their way into my closet are…
(these are all cell phone pics btw, so excuse the not so great lighting/quality!)
This gorgeous purple scarf that my sister picked up for me on her trip to Italy…thanks Meliss! (Lola is such a creeper fyi)
This peacock blue long sleeve tee from J.Crew in Reno…when it comes to basics like tees, I love the fit and quality of J.Crew and so I was happy to find this one in one of my absolute favorite shades marked down to $15!
And last by not least…this trapper hat from Forever 21. I seriously wear it around the house all the time when I’m cold because I think it’s just the coziest thing. I wore it out for the first time on our snowshoeing adventure, and that’s when I discovered this…
I swear I bought this hat in the women’s section, but I should have picked up on the fact when it was the only one that actually fit my giant head. Oh well.