Sandals and sneakers aren’t normally our thing, but for ones this good, we’ll make an exception.
When we intend on matching I never imagine that we would end up matching this closely. The versatility of blue floral, my friends.
The moment I saw this dress in the Ines de la Fressange Uniqlo collab lookbook I knew I had to work it into my own wardrobe. Ines is such a beautiful, inspirational woman with a classic, but unique look. She is a true French style icon. How could I not want a piece true to those qualities?
To break up the soft color palette as in the cinched Uniqlo dress, a dash of red was added. Because you cannot go wrong with red accents. Ever. Unless it is in the form of a red balloon. On a windy day. And it’s attacking you in the face every other shot. Then red accents are bad.
If there is any look that I could spend every day in, it would be mod style taken straight out of the 60s. Mini dresses, cat eyeliner– who wouldn’t want to look like Brigitte Bardot, Francoise Hardy, Jane Birkin, or Jean Shrimpton!
And in reference to the post title, I am talking Central Park in Huntington Beach, California. One day, New York, one day.
What we’re wearing: Theresa- banana republic blouse, banana republic skirt, asos shoes
Macarons, florals, and iced coffee, yes please! These our current and forever addictions. Especially from Portola Coffee Lab. Of course, we would also like to show that florals in springtime don’t have to be over-the-top cutesy. But if they are, that’s totally fine too.
I dare not admit how long I’ve allowed these pictures to sit in the corner of a draft post. Shame on me.
Nevertheless, deer clad socks, bow adorned heels, herringbone textures, and red velvet lips, It’s all in the details, my loves.