Well, it’s been a little over a week since my family trip to Las Vegas, my last trip of the year! 🙁
I think this trip really made us realize how critical it is to stay active and healthy, to be able to walk (what feels like) 100000 steps a day while on vacation. I was so ready to pass out at 10PM each and every night! There was one night where Henry and I were ready to go out on a Thursday night, but ended up passing out at midnight. Oh man, how I miss my early 20’s!
I was really hoping to travel a bit more this year, but my list will have to wait until next year. I do have my first trip in 2018 planned out – it’ll be my first time to MIAMI! I’ll be going in March for UMF and I’m so ridiculously excited!!! I plan to make it my final North American music festival, EVER… before I really start adulting!
Culotte Jumpsuit: Dressed Down for Fall
Though I can barely contain my excitement for Fall fashion, I wanted to enjoy one last glimpse of summer as we experienced a bit of a heatwave last week. So, I decided to put on my favorite purchase from this past summer and capture it one last time. This Forever 21 jumpsuit was literally my favorite wardrobe item of the summer and I definitely wore my money’s worth! I dressed it up to a wedding, then dressed it down a few times as an “everyday wear” kind of look as the weather gradually dropped. One of the looks is what you see here. The culotte pants are just so flowy and comfy! I absolutely adore it.
To dress down a dressy culotte jumpsuit, opt for flats or cute little espadrille sandals. These criss-cross ones by Splendid are so sturdy and comfortable – I wore them for a full day in Vegas and no blisters, at all!
To protect from the cold and maintain a casual look, layer with a lined denim jacket. This sherpa-lined one from Gap is such a great transitional piece for Fall. And I have to say, it was my favorite piece from last Fall that I’m undoubtedly wearing as much as possible this year. Some of your favorite pieces just go so well together, wouldn’t you say?
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Photos by Henry