Happy first day of August my beauties! I cannot get over the fact that summer is already halfway over and I am just starting to feel like it’s only begun! This move we had really put things behind for us and now we’re playing catch up. (And by catch up I mean every day off we are spending in our pool so we can get all the summer vibes before it’s over.) Not only is this poncho 15% off, BUT Chicwish is also having their Mid Summer Sale as well and you can save an additional 15% on orders over $100! I love this poncho for summer because it’s extremely light and airy. It’s quite sheer so I chose to wear shorts and a tank underneath but jeans would work great as well with a little bralette for those warm breezy evenings. It can also double as a beach cover up so it’s an obvious win, plus the vibrant color is to die for!
These camel colored espadrilles are my new favorite. I swear I always find the best flats at Target and the ankle strap detail is just icing on my gluten-free cake! Once again I have stayed true to form and purchased another pair of kicks in the neutral family. Camel and nudes are my favorite to wear as well as anything black. One of these days I plan to branch out but I am a creature of habit and I know myself that if they’re a neutral I will wear them more often. Since this look is somewhat casual, I wanted to dress it up a tad with these Perry Street, Gwen Crystal Earrings, from my new Rocksbox Set! If you missed my post about Rocksbox, here’s a brief summary of how amazing they are. For only $19 a month you get 3 pieces in each curated box of designer jewelry sent straight to your door. Once you are ready to switch them out, you just ship them back in the prepaid package and then wait for your next box to arrive. You can also rate the jewelry so the stylist can get a feel for your taste a little better, in addition to the pieces you’ve chosen in your wishlist. I hope ya’ll are having an awesome Monday thus far and I can’t wait to share some exciting news very soon!!!
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