I'll be honest, during this shoot, part of me was celebrating the holidays, but the other 90% was just excited for another day of non-maternity clothes! I don't know what I'll actually fit into once the holidays arrive, but if I could, you know it'd look something like this ;)

Style tip: this skirt is a lot of fun, but if you're intimidated by sequins, a bronzed/antiqued gold is much easier to dress up or down based on your preference ;)


Everything about this look makes me think of a sleepover. From the piped pajama shirt down to the bow tied joggers, and quilted heels– there's something feminine, flirty, and cozy about the way this outfit comes together!

I've linked to the most similar items below, and have no fear, you can definitely rock the pajama blouse!


I've so been looking forward to sharing this skirt with you, and love how it will transition from summer to fall! It would have been easy to dress this one up– glam it up– if you will, but I always knew I wanted to keep it simple, somewhat sporty, and adaptable for day or night. Best of all this look is proof that you can be both edgy and relaxed, festive and subtle; it's perfect for brunch or date night, with just enough flare to keep things interesting. 

Slouchy with a Side of Spring

Jacket | Sweater | Blouse | Pants (sold out) - similar | Shoes- similar | Bag | Earrings | Bracelets | Aviators

Happy Monday, and hope you all had a fabulous weeked! Last week I got to hang with streetstyle blogger, and new mommy, Emma of Tres Awesome. If  you haven't gotten a chance to check out her site, definitely give it a whirl, especially as she's starting to introduce some DIY, including this adorable gold kitchen decor!

Knowing that we'd snap a few shots after lunch, I put together this slouchy spring inspired ensemble. Full of layers, this look was perfect for a day that looked like spring, but felt like fall. Camo is back this season, and I can't tell you how much I've already worn this utility jacket. You may not  know this, but I'm picky about my camo, it has to be the right sized print and color scheme - something that can be dressed up or down, and GAP has always done me well in that department.

So, I guess that's your warning. You'll be seeing a lot of this jacket on the blog this spring, but I promise it will always be freshly styled :)

(Photos by Emma Arnold)