So many fun things happening this weekend including my favorites: adventuring and brunch. That’s pretty much what my weekends consist of nowadays. And I am NOT complaining.
Apparently I am really into denim with white lately. My previous post had spring-y vibes and this one does too, with just a little bit more fabric. I had a vision in my head of an outfit with a collar and a bandana and it actually turned out the way that I wanted to – which sometimes goes horribly wrong.
We shot this look at Lido Village Market, the same location as my previous post, and it really just worked for all of this white. The harbor was empty for us to explore and walk around and shoot whatever we wanted. This location has so many different spots to photograph, we will definitely be going back.
I saw this little bandana out of the corner of my eye as I was walking through Nordy’s one day and fell in love with it. I like that it looks a little bit distressed but goes perfectly with white and denim. It adds a trendy flair to this somewhat casual outfit.
I am wearing one of my go-to pairs of denim, these distressed Joe’s that I love oh so much. I bought these years ago and so they are no longer available but as spring/summer are nearing, there are many similar pairs like these Joe’s from Nordstrom here.
Button ups are my jam right now. I have 7 in my closet. SEVEN. Thats too much. But this one I actually purchased to fit instead of loose and flowy and it is my fave. I have linked this top here. I will be purchasing the other color and alternating days of the week to wear them both.
My wonderful cuff that I LOVE and wear all of the time is from Mod + Jo, whom I love!! I was just able to preview their spring collection that has not been released, and trust me, you guys are going to love it! You can use the code “FRENZY15” to get 15% off of your entire purchase from their website! Go check it out.
Well, I am off to LA tonight with a friend who is town and it is sure to be an adventure… follow along on Snapchat (@MadisonCrowley) and on Instagram stories!
Photos by Caroline Basehart.