I have had London on my mind since I got this t-shirt. We may even skip a tropical Spring Break this year and head to London. My first trip abroad was to London in High School. The dollar and the pound were close to even, the weather was warm for February and it was a great trip. My six year old is very excited about the prospect, so we will see…
In the meantime, the J. Crew destination art t-shirts are fun to style and the London version is no exception. I have previously styled the New York version in New York State of Mind and New York on the Vineyard, as well as the Paris version in I’ll take Paris and the Vineyard and Cheers to the long weekend!.
I made this one festive with my plaid shoes from last year and a plaid pouch from this year.
J. Crew Destination Art T-Shirt
J. Crew Ryan Sunglasses
J. Crew Cashmere Cardigan
J. Crew Plaid Pouch
J. Crew Shoes (last year) these and these would look great
AG Jeans these J. Crew Toothpick Jeans would also look great
J. Crew issued a second challenge this week to wear floral for a week. The first challenge was to wear gingham five days in a row. Two of my looks from that challenge are in this post and this post. I chose the “Into the Wild Print” and went for it. I was not sure about the off-the-shoulder look until I tried it on. It is so fresh and summery. As I mentioned in this post, I used to have to wear a Hawaiian print dress to my high school hostess job at the Chart House and was not thrilled about it. If this dress had been an option then, I would have wanted to work seven days a week and would have been happy to wear it out after work. It is easy to wear and the print has such rich colors and a great jungle vibe. The espadrilles are so comfortable and I love the gold. They are quickly becoming my go-to summer sandal. I have worn them non-stop since purchasing them (always the sign of a good purchase).
J. Crew Dress
J. Crew Hat
J. Crew Shoes
The hat and shoes are 30% off with the code SUMMER through 11:59 pm tonight, June 20th.
Lip Gloss by Lipstick Queen Big Bang in Creation
This week I have been loving neutral colors. I have been wearing my leopard print flats on repeat and we all know they are a neutral. Olive & June, where I get my nails done each week, has started a monthly color crush. I decided to give this month’s color a try. It is not a color I would have chosen from seeing it in the bottle, but it is a great neutral that is perfect for Spring.
The manicure is by Olive & June. The color is “Do You Take Lei Away” by OPI Products.
Welcome to my blog. I have a love of leopard and navy blue. I have a shoe addiction and I love to get creative with my weekly manicures. I will be sharing the latest on shoes, style, manis, travel and food.