With Coachella Weekend 1 down and Weekend 2 upon us, I have had some major fashion inso. I loved all the grungy girly glam I saw Weekend 1 and can only wait for what next has in store.
There was so a ton of crochet and lace as well. I love this Majorelle dress, and think it could work outside of the fashion fabulousness that is Coachella.
This romper is by the same brand as the light blue one I blogged last weekend. I can only imagine how great it will look in the summer with a fresh tan. Easy to dress it up with a pair of wedges or casual with a pair of sneakers!
How great is this perforated cardigan?! Is perforated a right word in this instance? Oh whale. I absolutely love that it is styled as a top. It is another great summer item when you want to be more covered without sweating your skivvies off.
I have typically steered away from yellow tones because I thought the warmth in them paired well with my previously icy silver hair. Now that I’m gradually (or temporarily?) steering away from the ice white, I think warm golden tones look fabulous on blondes. I am hoping to add this swimsuit to my line up of golden yellow tones!
I think I would be doing a disservice not featuring any items from Nordstrom’s current sale items. Two items I could see myself putting to good use is this light pink denim jacket and Alice + Olivia floral tunic. I wear my denim jacket alllllll the time, and I think pink could be a fun way to rock a staple item in a new fresh way. I also love me a good tunic, so it’s simple reasoning as to why I want the Alice + Olivia piece.
I’m still on a home goods kick especially because I want to transition my living room and master to a more neutral aesthetic and taking away the pops of color. How fun is the subtle pop of cowhide on these accent chairs?! They could also make fun dining chairs at the right table.
Not to go too cowhide crazy, but I would love to replace my current master bedroom rug with this bad boy. It pulls both the grey and beige tones out of the current paint in our room.
This peace sign ring holder can be used standalone as a knick knack or for functionality as an actual ring holder. Not sure how I would end up using in the long run, but I love the idea of having it on a shelf or mantle as neutral knick knack!
What items are you loving most right now? Fashion, beauty or home decor?
Until next time.