Friday, August 15, 2014

Crisp White

Jeans: Kensie
Top: Tobi 
Necklace: Baublebar
Clutch: Gift from a small boutique
Shoes: Tory Burch Outlet

I love a crisp all white outfit in the summer. It's such a clean, polished look and you can make it work for any occasion. For this shoot, I went with a more evening appropriate look. I've been really into gold lately so I added a few accessories to complement the white.

I've been obsessed with this tassel necklace since the moment I opened the Baublebar box it came in. I can literally wear it with everything. This gorgeous clutch was a birthday gift from a dear friend and has  been a great accent to many outfits this summer.

Finally - these SHOES. These were a complete impulse purchase on a trip to the Wrentham Outlets a few weeks ago. We got there so early no one was around and it was the first time I had ever been in the Tory Burch outlet to see shoes still on the shelves as opposed to strewn all over the store. I purchased them and have been wearing them everywhere ever since - they are SO comfortable!

How cool is that ship painted wall? Such a fun find on our shooting adventures!


  1. not sure if this went through so i am sharing again! love your outfit! very sleek and snazzy!

  2. Love your all white look! I can't believe I haven't visited your actual blog yet! It looks fabulous :)

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    1. Thanks Nichole - you're so sweet! Love your style - have a fabulous weekend! XO

  3. Love the coral red shoes with the whole white ensemble. I wish I could wear necklaces like this but they just don't suit my figure. You look great.

    1. Thanks beauty! And I'm sure that's not true - I bet you could pull it off fabulously! XO

  4. Love this all white look, so fab! Makes me already miss summer. And those shoes are killer! Also where is that cool wall in the last photo?

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