Hello Tuesday! Today I’m styling this tassel trim embroidered tank I picked up at Nordstrom a few weeks ago. It just went on sale, so I’m expecting sizes to start selling out. If you like it, don’t waste time putting it in your cart!
I think this top is really cute and fun for something different, but I know it’s not the best fit for my body type. I’m styling it anyway because I think it’s a great piece for those of you who are smaller on top.
It’s super lightweight and easy breezy for these hot summer days, and while it’s thin, I don’t feel the need to wear cami under it. It was my natural inclination to pair it with worn-in distressed blue jeans or jean shorts with a flat strappy sandal — think festival look! (That’s a great price on those AG jeans and the shorts, by the way!!!)
Happily, these jeans are on sale as well. They’re on an AMAZING markdown at Lord & Taylor, but only a few sizes are left in this color. (They have other colors, though!) They cost a little more at Saks, but they’re still priced really well and fully stocked. Both retailers are eligible for ShopRunner (free 2-day shipping if you’re a member.)
I get my ShopRunner membership free through my AmEx card, and you can also get it with a Paypal account or certain MasterCard accounts as well, so it’s definitely worth checking into.
I’m wearing these jeans in Pink Sunrise, but I also have them in the Primrose and the Agave. Yes, they are THAT good. They are sooo soft and comfortable, and actually fairly thin so not terribly hot for summertime. In fact, they’re not really jean material at all; they have a large percentage of modal, which is a type of rayon, so that’s how they make them so thin and cool and comfortable.
SIZING NOTE >> If you tend to run in between sizes, and even if you usually wear the smaller of your two sizes in 7 for All Mankind jeans, I recommend going with your larger size in these. I am wearing the 29, and I made the mistake of getting the Agave in the 28, and I actually ended up replacing them with the 29 because while they were comfortable, I felt they looked too tight. I do find myself pulling these up occasionally in the size 29, but I prefer the way they look when they’re not as skin-tight.
I really like the combination of the ivory and light pink jeans, but I also think this top would be great with the Agave pair.
These shoes are INCREDIBLY comfortable, and I like that they’re a little dressier than most comfort sandals. They were gifted to me by The Walking Company right before my Disney trip last spring, and I was so thankful to have them. They have great arch support, and the modest wedge heel is stable but gives you a little extra height.
They fit true to size; I’m wearing my usual size 8. I highly recommend them for anyone looking for supportive but stylish sandals.
I’m wearing CND Offbeat on my nails. I love this color so much, I might actually get it again when I go back tomorrow to get my next mani/pedi. It’s a great mix of pink and red, and it goes either way depending on what I’m wearing. By the way, I don’t do Shellac on my pedicure — just my manicure. They did the same color in Vinylux on my toes but that appears to be sold out on Amazon.
I chose my ivory saddle bag both for the color and the slightly boho styling — it works in perfectly with this outfit on both counts.
photo credit: Alison Cornell
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