Good Morning on this gorgeous Monday! I hope you are having a great day as I am. It was a little hectic getting my kids off to summer camp earlier, but now it’s peaceful and quiet.
I picked up at Gilt.com this Rachel Zoe Irene white blazer. I love its classic cut, almost nautical. I am wearing a size 4 and it fits very well. Compared to the Hutton also by Rachel Zoe, I feel this blazer is more me. The Hutton had bell sleeves that were too long. Alterations would cost a lot to hem a bell sleeve.
Blazer: Rachel Zoe Irene Blazer (here)
Blouse: Canna Tie Neck Polka Dot Blouse (similar here)
Bottoms: A/X Jeggings (similar here)
Shoes: Ann Taylor Black Leather Pumps (here)
Bag: Coach Madison Op Art Sateen Maggie Shoulder Bag (here)
Should I keep this blazer? I have a Zara white blazer from this post (here). Which do you prefer?
Wow it’s June! I have been traveling double time in May. I had flown into New Orleans, early May 5th to attend not one but two weddings. A week later, I drove seven hours to Biloxi, MS. I did not realize it at the time, but I wore the same outfit in the air and by car.
May in the South is known for its humidity. I was born and raised in the South so the heat doesn’t bother me as much as the cold. I get cold very quickly. My husband on the other hand is a Yankee, from Connecticut. He lives and breathes 60 degree temps. For my trips, I took along my new favorite tweed jacket from Zara. I love the color and it is a great little coat.
Quickly becoming a new favorite is my Free People Chambray Red Road Trip Shirt. It is soft, a beautiful color, and has a flirty crochet back design. So easy to just throw on with skinny jeans, shorts, or whatever bottoms I’m feeling. Believe me, I can sleep in this shirt.