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romper: Buffalo Exchange
glasses: Warby Parker
Geez, guys. I’ve been wanting one of these babies for awhile now. I actually bought some vinyl months ago. But you know, life. Better late than never, though! I’m actually thinking about doing one with white machine stitching too, for an almost completely transparent look. But for this one, I decided to start with a bolder, brighter look.
See how to make it after the jump, and don’t forget to check out how I styled it in yesterday’s post!
I kinda, sorta, really loved this outfit when I was wearing it. I don’t know if it was the great fitting skirt, new comfy tee from a company I love, the fresh farmers market flowers, or the brand new DIY bag that I had just finished. Or all of the above. But I was loving it.
P.S - check back tomorrow for the clear PVC clutch DIY!
P.P.S - when did my sneakers get so dirty?! I don’t remember getting them that filthy. yikes.
sunglasses: Warby Parker
tee: Hello Apparel
clutch: DIY (coming to the blog tomorrow!)
This was one of my Providence-exploring outfits this past weekend. After a Arthur-filled friday of nothing but rain and wind and gloomy skies, Saturday was so sunny and so beautiful. I feel like this dress and wall combo perfectly sums up the feeling of the day.
Have I mentioned that I love summer?
dress: c/o Eshakti
sunglasses: Warby Parker
sandals: Wanted Shoes
It’s easy to forget sometimes that Providence is just an hours drive away from Boston. It’s so close! And we’d never been. So we decided to take a mini weekend getaway for the 4th/our anniversary. It was SUCH a good weekend, you guys. We did so much. I’m just gonna leave it here in bullet points. If you are ever in Providence, I would recommend every single one of these things! So, we:
» explored Brown University in the rain. What a pretty campus!
» got up close in personal with the State House.
» visited the RISD art museum and got lost for a couple of hours.
» sat along the Providence river, soaking in the sunshine and the city view.
» stumbled upon the cutest cafe, Cable Car, that has a little theater in the back with love-seat couches for seats. We watched A Hard Day’s Night!
» grabbed some to-go pizza’s from Pizza Pi-er, layed a blanket out in the park, and listened to a free concert put on by the Providence Philharmonic Orchestra. And then finished it off with some fireworks, of course!
» visited the Roger Williams Park and the Roger Williams Park Zoo. You guys, we fed giraffes! My life is now complete.