Hello Sunshine!!! I am so thrilled to see the sun shining, if only for a few minutes, that I could burst out in song. Unfortunately, the only songs that I have been singing lately are by Kid Rock and Creedence Clearwater Revival. I am going to see who can guess what songs I have been singing. Lol!
I don’t think that we have had this wet a summer since we decided to install an inground pool back in 2012. I believe that it started raining the day after we broke ground for the pool, and I don’t think that the rain stopped for three months. Okay, that might have been an exaggeration, but when you are waiting on getting a pool installed, it seems like the time drags. I have got pictures to prove that the rain caused a HUGE mess, but my shepherd didn’t seem to mind. I told y’all that it was a big mess!
But, today the sun is almost as bright as my attitude, and my outfit. My top that I have on today is one that I refer to as my “watercolor” top. I like the colors, and how they all seem to flow together, just like if you had added water to make them blend. This is a very old top, and I have styled it many different ways over the past few years. See here, and here.
I wanted to bring out the boho vibe in the top and pants, so I added the Bennett earrings to my look. The yellow in the yellow twine ball dangle and the feather, tie in with the yellow in the top and pants. Then, because there are so many colors in the top, I pulled in the turquoise color by adding one bracelet out of the Randee set, which has four bracelets. The white two strand bracelet is the Nevada, which has its own boho vibe with the tassel and dangling seashell. Lastly, I added two simple necklaces that can be worn with almost anything. The Kalyn is the shorter one with the center circle pearl accent, and the longer gold necklace is the Vienna.
My raw hemmed linen pants feature a drawstring waist. These pants are perfect for the beach, or any other summer activity. I chose not to show the rope belt waist in this look, but it would be adorable if you tucked in a t-shirt and let the rope hang freely. Unfortunately, my waistline doesn’t accommodate that style very often, so I instead tuck the drawstring inside the pants to keep it from showing. I do love the carefree style of these pants, and I have on a medium, but I think that I would be more comfortable in a large. Here is the link to the pants.
My summer coral colored cardigan is from Old Navy, but it is several years old. I had already brought out the yellow and turquoise on the top, so I decided to bring out one more color. Adding the coral cardigan to the outfit gives the overall effect a multi-dimensional look. Wow! That was a big mouthful to say; I liked the overall style. Lol! In case you were wondering about my white flipflops, here is the link to those.
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