05.25.2016

Wellness Wednesday’s Tiny Moments With Aveeno: Being More Present

Tiny Moments with Aveeno, Itsy bitsy indulgences

I’ve always been one step ahead of myself. By that I mean I am always looking to the future… planning for my next stage of life. This has its positives… but it also has its shortcomings. You see, I often find that I miss out on life’s here and now experiences, all while planning and making my next move for the future. It’s something I’ve challenged myself to work on… time and time again… and it’s something that I’ve had mild success with.

Until this past weekend. I usually just scroll through my Facebook feed, but my mom had shared a post referring to your time with children. It read, “There are only 940 Saturdays between birth and when they leave for college. Use them wisely.” I stopped and reflected on this. I mean… looking that far ahead is completely within my realm of normal… but what shook me was the number. Only 940? I would have assumed the number to be much higher. It was pretty much a wake-up call for me to live my life more in the moment. To treasure each little giggle, snuggle, feeling of success and failure that parenting brings me. To not be so hard on myself and to find joy and excitement in the tiny moments… Since in the grand scheme of life they really are limited… and my constant need to continually move forward only takes me out of the experience of the current moment.

So, when Aveeno reached out and encouraged me to share my tiny moments, the timing was perfect.

My morning routine with Harper is one of the most precious times for me. We read a story, sing some songs (well… I sing, she smiles), and I give her lots of kisses. We just hang together. And since it’s our one-on-one time, I am sure to examine her. Daily (#ParanoidParent). Are the ears clean enough? Are there any rashes that are appearing? Dry skin?… and that last one has been a culprit for a few weeks now. So, I’ve been using Aveeno Baby Daily Moisture Lotion on her little legs and arms. I love the creamy texture, it’s easy absorption, and that it’s formulated with oatmeal. Since I use Aveeno moisturizer all the time, it felt only natural to use it on Harper. She loves laying on her back while I gently massage the lotion onto her legs and arms… and I take joy in the tiny moments watching her smile with glee!

Taking the time to focus on these #TinyMoments has really helped me in my attempts to be a more present momma. Yet, it goes beyond that. Being present in all of life’s tiny moments with those I love (TJ, my family, my friends) helps me to have more engaging and fulfilling relationships. Which is a pretty good goal if you ask me!

Share your own #TinyMoments and tag @AveenoUS to show off your #AveenoBaby.

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{Outfit Details || Cardigan | Jeans | Cami | Harper’s Robe}

Tiny Moments with Aveeno, Itsy bitsy indulgences

Tiny Moments with Aveeno, Itsy bitsy indulgences

Tiny Moments with Aveeno, Itsy bitsy indulgences

Tiny Moments with Aveeno, Itsy bitsy indulgences

Tiny Moments with Aveeno, Itsy bitsy indulgences

Tiny Moments with Aveeno, Itsy bitsy indulgences

Tiny Moments with Aveeno, Itsy bitsy indulgences

I partnered with AVEENO® on this post. All opinions are 100% my own.

 

05.24.2016

The Basics: My Self Invoked Rules

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I’ve always been prone to the occasional purchase that ends up hanging in my closet for months, tags still attached, until I remember I bought it. Or the, “I’ll wear this all the time it’s so fun” piece that I only wear once. Not that those pieces are bad. Fun is good. Fun creates variety. Yet, when I have too many “oh how fun is this,” pieces I often find myself saying “I have nothing to wear.” Anyone else? Or, maybe I’m alone. Either way, I was recently asked to describe myself in three words. I said practical and sarcastic (fun, huh?) and I can’t remember the third word I used (#MomBrain). In that vain, I decided to start applying practicality to my wardrobe by invoking 3 rules for 90% of the purchases I make:

1. Can I wear it with at least 3 other clothing items in my closet and 2 different pairs of shoes? If I can answer “yes” then it’s a go. This works with dresses perfectly. Is it too dressy to pair with a pair of sneakers? If so, I should probably think twice before buying it… unless it’s a “special” occasion dress (like my wedding… just kidding).

2. Can I name 3 places where I would wear it? Can I wear this piece to lunch and date night? Can I wear it to a shower? To a meeting? How creative can I get in the dressing room in about 5 minutes? If the options are flowing,  it’s a go.

3. How trendy is it? All pieces are likely to fit a certain trend of the moment, but asking myself if I really think the item will be in style the following season helps me make that decision.

So…. based on those 3 self imposed rules, I opted for this dress, twice. When I was deciding what I wanted to wear to Hawaii on a night we have planned out, I went between several different dresses. I kept looking at brightly colored, tropical prints. While I love them, and think they are so “fun” (that dang word again…), I wanted something I could wear all summer…. and change up with different accessories. Knowing how much I already loved this dress in olive, I decided to opt for the white version knowing that I can wear it over the next few months. And can I just add… these kicks are absolutely amazing? Super comfortable, lightweight… for sure my go to #SummerKicks.

{Outfit Details || Tank Dress: Topshop (have it in white too, wearing size 2 for a looser feel) | Shoes: Lucky (so comfortable, 3 color options) | Jacket: Nordstrom | Backpack: Rebecca Minkoff (love this option too) | V Necklace: Gorjana | Sunglasses: Karen Walker | Pendant Necklace: David Yurman}

tank dress, itsy bitsy indulgences

tank dress, itsy bitsy indulgences

tank dress, itsy bitsy indulgences

tank dress, itsy bitsy indulgences

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tank dress, itsy bitsy indulgences

sneakers and backpack, itsy bitsy indulgences

05.23.2016

Weekend Recap

flightsong wine, itsy bitsy indulgences {A yummy charcuterie platter}

I feel as though every Sunday night I end up sitting on the couch and wondering where the heck the weekend went (… and why that never happens with the work week??). After a loooooong week (TJ was gone for three of the evenings) it felt good to be able to reconnect over some wine on Friday evening. My sister and mom graciously offered to watch Harper on Saturday, and work with her on taking a bottle, so TJ and I were able to sneak away for a day-date to Pasadena. We enjoyed relaxing mani/pedis and lunch at a favorite spot… and there was some success with the whole bottle thing, so that was something to celebrate…. of course, with a glass of wine. We enjoyed lazy evenings on the couch, good conversation, and talked about all the fun we anticipate having in Hawaii. While the last few weeks have seemed incredibly long, this one’s a shorty for us. I’m looking forward to fully invoking the “No Agenda” vacation mentality that has always embodied our family vacations… and hope you can find a few moments in the midst of the week to do the same! Disconnect and reconnect… that’s going to be my theme for Hawaii. Have a good one all!

olive and june, itsy bitsy indulgences

olive and june, itsy bitsy indulgences {Olive + June… luxurious mani/pedi experience}

urth cafe, itsy bitsy indulgences {Favorite sprout sandwich at Urth Cafe Pasadena}

cacti, itsy bitsy indulgences {Picked up a few of these for our patio… excited to get it all put together for summer!}

This weekend’s workouts included a BBG legs challenge (they’re pretty much jell-o now) and two 4 mile runs. I’m hoping to be able to start training for another half marathon and those shorter distances inspired me! We also enjoyed these delicious sweet potato burgers and I whipped up a batch of dairy free chia seed pudding for this week!

I started my packing this weekend, since we leave on Wednesday for Hawaii and I hate leaving packing to the last minute (it only results in forgetting and overpacking… and yes,  I realize those two statements likely contradict themselves). I snagged this little white dress (also have it in olive) for one of the dressier nights out and can’t wait to pair it with my favorite gold accessories (and a tan… these ghost white legs need one). I also opted for this black and white suit, because the one I initially purchased somehow didn’t make it in the shipment and wasn’t available by the time I discovered the error. I’m loving the tie back details though! I’m also packing my favorite floral dress, these denim shorts (along with two other pairs…. #AlreadyOverpacking), this straw tote, and these cargo joggers for the flight home.

When we get home, I have a few baby showers to go to and I’m so excited to celebrate these beautiful women! I’m thinking about what I want to wear and have a few thoughts in mind. I love this orange floral skirt paired with this tie front top. Or, this geo print romper and olive drape front vest to layer over it. I’m also loving this striped romper and open crocheted cardigan. I’m not sure which route I will go, but I love that all the pieces are versatile enough to take me through summer and that they can be dressed up or dressed down!

I know I mentioned I was on the hunt for another pair of kicks… and I went a completely different direction and landed on these beauties! They come in three different colors and seriously feel as if I am walking on air. I loved the camel color too, but opted for the lighter one.

I’m also wanting a new pair of espadrilles and looking at this chambray pair, this wedged chambray pair, this camel and tassel pair, and these in both red and camel (also like the price point…).

05.20.2016

Parisian Reflections + Galeries Lafayette Giveaway

galleries lafyette, itsy bitsy indulgences

It’s never been a secret that I have a love affair with traveling the world. I love the feeling of being in a far off place, with people I love, and getting lost in the culture and feel of a new location. One place that has always had a piece of my heart is Paris (you can find the most recent trip here). My first visit to Paris was 14 years ago when I studied abroad for a summer in France. The stay in Paris was short, 5 hours at most, and left me with an insatiable desire to return.

Knowing that desire within me, my grandmother (and grandfather’s) gift for my high school graduation was a trip to Paris. I was beside myself with excitement…. and knew that I had the best tour guide around, since my grandmother had been numerous times before. As we prepared for our journey, she sent over brochures and suggestions, asking me what I wanted to do. A Seine dinner cruise was atop of that list…. along with a visit to the Eiffel Tower (a given, I know), and of course shopping…. something both my grandmother and I knew how to do well.

I went into the trip knowing exactly what I was looking for on those long shopping days. I wanted a Burberry bucket hat, and my grandmother knew just the place. She took me to Galeries Lafayette, and it’s there that I scooped up my souvenir for the trip.

itsy bitsy indulgences

On our previous trips, Galeries Lafayette has always been a stop for additional Paris necessities, and over the years, I have narrowed down the essentials for a Parisian getaway. A chic pair of flats for walking the cobblestone streets is absolutely necessary, as is a cross body bag, to leave you hands free to snap all the photos you want and eat all the crepes your heart desires. Simple gold accessories to dress up any ensemble, and a wide brimmed hat for sipping a little rosé on The Seine as the sun sets (we did this and it was magical).

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Picnic on Pont Neuf Paris // itsy bitsy indulgences

Today I’ve teamed up with Galeries Lafayette to give one reader the chance to win 500Euro for their next visit to the Paris Haussmann store. It’s simple to enter! All you have to do is:

1. Follow @GaleriesLafayette + @itsybitsyindulgences on instagram
2. Tag 2 friends who would love this opportunity in the comments section of the photo (which will be up at 6am PST)
3. Winner will be drawn on June 11th

Official Entry Rules

Good luck to everyone!!

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In partnership with Galleries Lafayette

05.19.2016

Stripes: The Perfect Basic

striped top, itsy bitsy indulgences

Along with an abundance of white tops (some might say it boarders on hoarding), my other obsession is stripes. Red and white, navy and white, black and white, gold and white… button up, basic tee, tie front tank, oversized tee…. you name, I have one in stripes. Why? Well, unlike my other BFF, the white top, the stripe BFF adds a whole new dimension, without being over the top. It’s perfect for everyday errands and can be dressed up for an evening (or, in my case a very early happy hour…) with your boo or babes. My favorite way to wear a striped top, in a dressed up way? Always with my favorite pair of distressed jeans and perfect summer espadrilles. It’s a simple getup that will have you feeling confident while sipping on your bubbly (or vino… or margarita…. you get the point).

{Outfit Details || Top: c/o Chicwish | Jeans: Paige (I had to cut them shorter and opened the knee holes more) | Shoes: Marc Fisher (few sizes left), additional option | Jacket: Nordstrom | Purse: Chloe | Sunglasses: Valentino | Gold Cuff: c/o Gorjana}

white distressed denim, itsy bitsy indulgences

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stripe shirt, itsy bitsy indulgences

stripe shirt, itsy bitsy indulgences

stripe shirt, itsy bitsy indulgences

stripe top, itsy bitsy indulgences

stripe top, distressed jeans, itsy bitsy indulgences

stripe top, itsy bitsy indulgences

marc fisher espadrilles, itsy bitsy indulgences

stripe top, itsy bitsy indulgences

stripe top, itsy bitsy indulgences

05.18.2016

Wellness Wednesday: 5 Day Meal Plan + Favorite Athleta-leisure Pieces

athletaleisure, itsy bitsy indulgences {Outfit Details || Leggings: Zella | Top: Allo | Shoes: c/o DC shoes (so comfortable) | Bag: Tory Burch | Sunglasses: Karen Walker}

 I was going to start this post by talking about my love of food. Yet, I scratched that and decided to share a few thoughts about where I am with some post-pregnancy things. Last week was a hard week. One I wasn’t really expecting. I was washing my hair and clumps started to fall out. Not just the few strands here and there. Like, “Oh, there is a knot in my hair… oh wait, that’s a whole chunk that came out.” Not pretty. A major shock. Then, I went bathing suit shopping for Hawaii. First mistake. I never shop for bathing suits in the store. Ever. So, why I did this time (after having a baby 4 months ago) is completely beyond me. #DumbChoice. I grew frustrated with the fact that I was eating so clean, waking up so early to work out, and didn’t feel like I was seeing results. Then I had to take a step back and remind myself what the goal of “food” and “working out” was. It’s to feel good. To feel strong. To nourish my body and challenge my mind. I know I’m not alone in this. I’ve recently received several e-mails about it all, so I decided I would simply be transparent about it, and share my own personal struggle as of late.

All that being said, I really do love food (as in when I go to bed at night I can’t wait to wake up and make breakfast). Always have and always will. I am just trying to be conscious about the choices I make and ensure that they are in line with my ultimate goal: to feel good and energized. I try to eat as many fruits, vegetables, lean meats (that are organic and hormone/antibiotic free), and healthy carbs as possible. I find that when this is my ultimate goal, I end up feeling good! So, below you will find just that… and on the weekends I enjoy my “itsy bitsy indulgences” and don’t worry too much! Oh, and if anyone has suggestions for the whole hair situation I would love to hear them!!

Monday: 

Breakfast: Oatmeal + some chopped perfect bar + honey + cinnamon + 1/2 sliced banana
Snack: Apple
Lunch: Super Spinach Salad (Trader Joe’s), sub dressing with 1 tbsp Annie’s Organic Lite Goddess Dressing, 1 can of tuna + side of carrots
Snack: Elemental Superfood Bar
Dinner: Cauliflower fried rice (Trader Joe’s has bags that have already been shredded!), 1 egg, shrimp, edamame, peas, carrots + tamari sauce
Dessert: 1 Justin’s mini peanut butter cup

Tuesday:
Breakfast: Same as Monday
Snack: 1 hard boiled egg
Lunch: Lite tuna spinach salad (ate out at Ivy’s)
Snack: Bowl of berries, 1/2 cup DF kite hill yogurt, 1/4 cup purely elizabeth granola
Dinner: Left over veggie pizza (3 slices)
Snack: Peanut butter cup

Wednesday:
Breakfast: Same as Monday
Snack: 1 medium apple sliced + topped with 1 tbsp Justin’s Peanut Butter
Lunch: Out with friend at Haute Cakes– salmon salad + veggies, dressing on side
Snack: DF Kite hill yogurt, raspberries, honey, sprinkle of granola
Dinner: Loaded Sweet Potato: 4oz ground turkey, 1/2 cup black beans, 1 tbsp guacamole, sautéed bell peppers, salsa
Dessert: Peanut Butter Cup

Thursday:
Breakfast: same as Monday
Snack: Same as Wednesday
Lunch: Veggie Burger, topped with 1/4 avocado, 1 egg and a handful of carrots + One hummus on side
Snack: 1 medium sweet potato + 1 tsp Justin’s Honey Peanut Butter + 1/4 cup blackberries (this has quickly become my new obsession)
Dinner: Spiralized zucchini noodles with homemade white wine sauce, topped with 2 Trader Joe’s Chicken Basil Sausages + side of asparagus
Snack: 3 cups popcorn

Friday:
Breakfast: Paleo Bread (2 slices and toasted) + 2 tbsp Justin’s Peanut Butter + 1/2 banana thinly sliced
Snack: 1 apple
Lunch: Out to lunch at Freesoul (vegan restaurant)- cup of potato leek soup + FSC salad
Snack: Green smoothie (link)
Dinner: Take-out: Poki Bowl with extra seaweed
Dessert: 3 cups of popcorn + 2 glasses of white wine

Weekend Indulgences:

Lunch: Chips + Guacamole with 3 Tacos (lobster, potato +black bean, cauliflower tacos)
Dinner: Hamburgers with all the fixings (ground bison meet, which is very lean) + sweet potato fries
Dessert: A big ol’ bowl of popcorn + wine (always!)

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I also thought I would share with you a few of my favorite transitional work-out pieces. Sometimes, life is just easier when you rock the leggings and sweater you just worked out in (as long as it’s not sopping wet with sweat please… as in, you could literally wring water out of it…) so I like my pieces to be very transitional. This top is the perfect throw-on-and-go, and the mesh detailing makes it perfectly appropriate for coffee or a quick bite to eat with friends…. and the leggings… I’m such a sucker for an amazing pair that hugs in all the right places. These do just that for me… especially when finished off with kicks that make you feel like you’re walking on air (and come in fun color options too!).

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athleta-leisure, itsy bitsy indulgences

mesh top, itsy bitsy indulgences

mesh top, itsy bitsy indulgences

athelta-leisure, itsy bitsy indulgences

dc shoe company, itsy bitsy indulgences

tory burch bag, itsy bitsy indulgences

05.17.2016

Party On The Top, Business On The Bottom

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The struggle is real when I put on a dress. No, it’s not with the dress, it’s with the toes. What do I do? A part of me screams “Grab the heels!… Grab those 4 inch espadrilles. Werk it girl!” Then, the other part of me says, “Yeah, your toes will thank you later… grab those kicks.” The former typically wins. I’d say 8 out of 10 times. It’s really my solution to finding balance in my outfits… and quite honestly has rapidly become one of my favorite combinations. Would I wear it out to cocktail with the girls? Um, likely not. Yet, for a lunch with my friends? You bet. A day of shopping? No brainer. Or for a day when I simply want out of my distressed jeans? Perfect alternative if you ask me…. just insert iced tea in one hand, a stroller in the other (which is exactly why this backpack is a new staple in my #momiform… hands free…)!

I’m on the hunt for a new pair of sneakers for these summer months. I’m going back and forth between this pink and blue pair or this all white classic look (which takes me back to my freshmen year of high school!). I’m not sure who will win, but I’ll keep you posted!

{Outfit Details || Dress: c/o Chicwish | Shoes: J. Crew (this pair is also in my shopping cart) | Jacket: Nordstrom | Backpack: Rebecca Minkoff, love this one too | Sunglasses: Valentino | Gold Cuff: c/o Gorjana | Drusy Ring: c/o Kendra Scott (adjustable, so if can fit anyone!) | Gold Necklace: c/o Gorjana | Pendant Necklace: David Yurman, similar option}

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dress and sneakers, itsy bitsy indulgences

dress and sneakers, itsy bitsy indulgences

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sneakers and a dress, itsy bitsy indulgences

sneakers and a dress, itsy bitsy indulgences

backpack, itsy bitsy indulgences

backpack and sneakers, itsy bitsy indulgences

05.16.2016

Weekend Recap

bougainvillea, itsy bitsy indulgences {The prettiest bougainvillea bushes}

This past week felt like a long one. You know those weeks where everything just seems slightly off? Where I realized my hair was falling out… in chunks… you know, just a blah week. So, I welcomed the weekend with open arms (okay, I was pretty much begging for it on Wednesday morning when I woke up and thought it was Saturday morning….). Over the weekend we had no plans, and played it all by ear. We enjoyed a couple glasses of wine and take-out on Friday night, followed by a nice long beach run Saturday morning. We didn’t worry about makeup or hair and moved seamlessly throughout the day. I love weekends and reconnecting with those you love and care about… I was also reminded that life is a constant series of ups and downs. One week can be amazing, and the next can be a “one of those days”… for several days. Yet, without those weeks, it’s hard to appreciate the weeks were everything seems to simply fall into place. So, here’s to a week of welcoming challenges, opportunities, and finding excitement in the small things in life!! Have a good one everyone!

palm trees, itsy bitsy indulgences {Overcast skies for a morning run at the beach}

wild fish taco, itsy bitsy indulgences {Post-run taco lunch at Wild Fish. It’s a must go if you’re in the area}

peaches, itsy bitsy indulgences {Peach season… so juicy and delicious}

acai bowls, itsy bitsy indulgences {Sunday morning acai bowls x2 (leggings)}

denim cut offs, itsy bitsy indulgences {Cut offs for me, cut offs for her}

This past weekend we were trying to decide what to have for breakfast and these healthy pancakes and breakfast bake were the final two choices! Both were (are) excellent!!

I did some major purchasing this weekend for Hawaii. I opted for these causal beach lounging pants, the perfect simple white linen tank (own multiple colors), gold sandals (I also own them in silver!), this black and white swimsuit, and basic flip-flops (I buy a new pair of these each year). We have a few evenings out planned and I’m contemplating between this red romper, windowpane breezy maxi dress, and these studded sandals. I also love this shorts/off the shoulder top combo for a casual evening sipping Blue Hawaiians and watching the sunset.

Since life will continue after vacation, I’m also looking at these new basics. I love this black shirt dress with pockets (and it comes in several different colors!), lace up white tank, and this tank dress (I wore the grey version all throughout pregnancy, but I’m eyeing the olive version). I’m into the tie front trend right now and I’m eyeing this striped tank and this white (and grey) version.

My mom’s friend bought Harper this adorable flamingo swimsuit for Hawaii, and I picked up this Memorial Day ensemble for her too!

05.13.2016

Sleek + Modern With Munchkin

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When we were putting together Harper’s nursery, I had a fear that it would become saturated with baby products. I know, I know…. she’s a baby, so wouldn’t that logically make sense? Well, I guess what I was looking for was a space that was very baby friendly, but still modern. When we purchased the crib, dresser, and rocking chair I knew I wanted to stick with that theme. Yet, when it came time to picking out the smaller additions to the room (like the real glamorous functional pieces of a nursery… i.e. a wipe warmer) I was hoping to keep with the modern theme.

When I was introduced to the Munchkin STEP Diaper Pail I knew I needed to try it. I mean, don’t get me wrong, who wants to think about something that holds your baby’s waist???! Buuuut, it’s actually something to think about (and trust me, before I had a little one this was the furthest thing from my mind). If I am going to have a diaper pail in clear view in the nursery, it better have a sleek and modern feel… and, it needs to be functional (as in, I can use it while holding a baby in my arms?). Oh, and most importantly, it needs to combat any sort of scent (and you know what I mean by that). The STEP Diaper Pail did just that for us. It has an über modern design, comes with a lavender scented baking soda puck (as in, a built in scent buster), and I don’t have to use my hands to open it (that might be the biggest benefit). And, for each one that is sold, Munchkin plants a tree to help freshen our environment (and that helps Harper’s future, so I’m all for it!). It was really a no brainer addition to our nursery, along with the munchkin wipe warmer!

{Post Details || Munchkin Diaper Pail | Sweater | Leggings | Shoes}

munchkin diaper pail, itsy bitsy indulgences

munchkin diaper pail, itsy bitsy indulgences

munchkin diaper pail, itsy bitsy indulgences

munchkin diaper pail, itsy bitsy indulgences

munchkin diaper pail, itsy bitsy indulgences

Thank you to Munchkin for sponsoring this post. All opinion expressed are my own!

05.12.2016

White + Fringed

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If there is something I know I own too much of, it’s white tops. Blouses, button-ups, tees, tanks… you name it, I have multiples of each (so much so that I’ve contemplated doing a post about several ways to dress them up…). When I go shopping I am inevitably drawn to them… we’re magnets for one another. They are, quite simply put, a wardrobe essential… especially when I want to get dressed quickly (read: when I have about 10 minutes to pull something together). To keep things a little different, I look for unique features… like this tank with the fringe details. It’s basic enough for everyday use, but adding the fringe provides me the opportunity to dress it up a little, if I so desire. And, of course, I love pairing anything with my distressed jeans and a cute pair of wedges for a little happy hour vino.

{Outfit Details || Jeans: 7 fam (so comfortable, lots of stretch) | Tank: c/o Shein (runs TTS) | Wedges: c/o Clarks, other colors (like walking on air, runs 1/2 size small) | Jacket: Nordstrom | Sunglasses: Karen Walker | Leaf Cuff: c/o Gorjana | Purse: Prada, similar option}

fringe tank, itsy bitsy indulgences

fringe tank, itsy bitsy indulgences

fringe tank, itsy bitsy indulgences

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fringe tank, itsy bitsy indulgences

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fringe tank, itsy bitsy indulgences