I love a good Mean Girls quote as much as the next 90s girl. And truthfully, I love this shirt just about as much.
This shirt comes in 16 colors and in standard and plus sizes.
Also, Dick’s Sporting Goods is having a sale right now so they are buy one get one 50% off (and some are even an additional 15% off). I’m literally going to grab a couple more colors while they’re on sale because I love them so much.
I bought this polo (and 3 other colors) when I became a manager at work and wanted to a little bit more of a professional look even in a casual environment. These shirts make getting ready in the morning a breeze. I don’t have to worry about an undergarment situation, so I just throw it on and go. (I will say that the white is a teensy but sheer though)
I’m wearing a small and I really like the fitted cut. This color is the rose violet. However, having a little bit of a longer torso, sometimes it does pop out of the tuck when I lean over.
As a girly-girl in male dominated field, I love that this (especially in this color) lets me still express my femininity.
When I asked y’all on Instagram stories what you wanted to see, several of you said outfits with booties. GIVE THE PEOPLE WHAT THEY WANT!! I wore this to have dinner at JT’s work and he got told to “wife me up” by one of his co-workers so there you go lol.
All seriousness, I love a good t-shirt dress and this one is sooo soft with such a cute little detail on the front. A flannel shirt around the waist would also look super good instead of the chambray shirt I went with today. This outfit is also great when it’s officially fall but still 80 degrees here in south GA.
All of these items are old stand-bys for me so I linked some things that are similar at different price points!
Dress: Pink Lily Boutique – $37
Nordstrom Rack – $17
Amazon – $17
Chambray shirt: Pink Lily Boutique – $48 (denim jacket)
Nordstrom Rack – $25
Booties: Nordstrom – $100
Pink Lily Boutique – $39
Target – $35
Happy shopping, lovelies!!
I think this shirt is so freaking cute. I’ve been looking for a female empowerment shirt for what feels like forever and I love this one from ROX Jewelry Shop! And it’s only $20 when you use code “KimS15”! They also have a bunch of other really cute tees, mugs and of course jewelry!
As a shorter person, I wear a lot of mini skirts year round to help my tiny legs look longer. To make them more “seasonally appropriate”, I change up the rest of the outfit. I thought I’d show y’all how I style this geometric mini skirt for summer and a couple easy changes to make it fall (or winter in the South haha) appropriate.
So here is the basic outfit. It can be fancied up with heels or a different top but this is an easy brunch or hanging out look that I wear often in the summer. Below I’ve linked some similar items in this picture!
Tank: Nordstrom Rack – $10
Printed Skirts: Nordstrom Rack – $20
Vici Collection – $38
Hope’s – $36
SheIn – $17
This is the next iteration as the seasons begin to change. Again, this is an easy brunch, dinner, birthday party, what have you look.
Jean Jacket: Nordstrom – $99
Last, but certainly not least (and kinda my fave look). I love this duster and I think it’s fairly unexpected with a mini skirt but can add some warmth to a mini skirt outfit when the weather gets a little bit chilly.
Black Duster: Nordstrom Rack – $110
Nordstrom Rack – $27
How do y’all transition your summery clothes into fall?
Thanks for reading, lovelies!
I’ve never been a hat person. I always thought they smooshed my head funny or that they made my hair look weird. However, hats are a HUGE fall trend and ya gurl loves a trend.
As I was perusing through Target with my parents this weekend, I spotted this beauty across the aisle and I knew that I had to try her on. From that moment on, I barely took her off of my head. And I’m not too proud to say that whenever I saw my reflection, I stopped at stared at our combined beauty!
Her very first outing was to visit JT at work with my folks where he could give us a tour of the boats that he drives for work in the Coast Guard. I’m so proud of the things that he does and it was so fun to see him in his element being a boss.
If you can’t find this beauty here are some similar hats:
Thanks for reading, lovelies!
I’m so happy that college football is back!! I graduated from Auburn University 3 years ago, being there are some of my favorite memories and cheering on the Tigers takes me back to those times. I’m not so great at the football strategy but I’m a GREAT cheerleader haha.
What makes this weekend even better is that my folks came to visit me this weekend! Living on the other side of the country from them makes me cherish my time with them even more. Doesn’t hurt that my Dad talks me through the strategy and mom cheers with me haha.
(Disclaimer: this was taken before the game and Dad hadn’t changed into his shirt – we do not support any red teams (especially Bama 🤮))
I love this jersey, it’s about 5 years old and it was a bit expensive but it has been totally worth it. My secret is that this is actually a Youth XL! Buying a youth size will save you $15-25 and it’s basically the same size (but a little wider than an adult small).
What school do y’all root for??
As a 90s baby, I never got to really enjoy the truly “iconic” fashion of the 90s haha. That being said, 90s throwback fashion is totally having a moment right here in 2018. As I’m getting to experience 90s-lite I’ve been incorporating some elements into my day to day. My fave currently is a long sleeve jacket/shirt tied around the waist.
Truthfully, this is a multi-tasking trend and I will seriously miss it when it dies. Firstly, two hands free to do things (like shop 😉) while not loosing the potential comfort needed in changing stores…location’s climates haha. Second, if you tie it at your natural waist you can use it to pull focus to the smallest part of your silhouette giving a leaner look. Lastly, it can take an outfit and make it into a lewk.
Flannel: Walmart $10
This is actually a men’s flannel shirt that I bought at Walmart in college and I love the over-sized fit. I think this is a M or L.
Tank: Forever 21 $6
Skirt: Forever 21 $18
This isn’t the exact skirt I’m wearing but I feel like this is a good mix of modern and grunge-ish.
Shoes: Target $10 (currently out of stock)
Amazon $20 (Ked’s dupe)
Backpack: Target $37
I loved this look that I wore to dinner and a movie with my babe. Also, as a side note: this was a great look for the GA heat and then a cold movie theater once I snuggled up in my flannel. Fashion & Function!
Let me know what you lovelies think in the comments!
In theory, the weather is suppose to be cooling off soon (probably not here in South GA for a while though lol). So with that in mind, I thought I’d show y’all a look that I love that easily transitions from spring/summer to fall.
This dress is one of my faves right now because it’s simple, easy, and comfy. Also super cheap! Amazon $10
I paired it with a classic jean jacket (tied at my natural waist to pull the eye to the smallest part of me) and a statement earring for color.
If the cool weather ever comes, one of the ways I’ll transition this dress to the fall is here.
These boots and I have been running around together for close to 8 years and I love them so much it hurts. I love this red sweater layered on top of this dress almost as much. Mixing a tight piece with a loose piece is a great way to change things up and feel a little bit more modest in a show-offy dress.
Boots: Nordstrom $149 (not the same but similar)
Sweater: Goodnight Macaroon $59 (not the same but a super cute alternative)
What are your favorite ways to transition items from summer to fall??
Anyone else in love with rompers? 🙋🏻♀️
Here are a couple I am definitely going to be buying once that sweet direct deposit hits!
I love this one! It’s so sunny and sooo cute with the little cut out. And how can you beat $14?!?
This is so cute, I can’t even stand it. And it’s perfect for a bachelorette weekend for a bride!!
This would be ridiculously cute with a pair of boots to really lean into the country vibe.
This is so basic and could be dressed up or down so easily.
I’m in love with anything lace. This is a little scandalous but it could easily be de-scandalized with a cami or a bralette.
Loving these stripes!
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Happy shopping lovelies!
This weekend was a scorcher! Being cool was the name of the game so I chose some outfits that would hopefully keep me cool while touring around.
Brunching with bae and browsing the Battery! Super cute casual outfit before I put my hair in a full messy bun because it was so hot!!
I wanted to be dressy but not too dressy for a night out on the town so I dressed my favorite skirt down with flats and a striped tee for a cute monochromatic look!
Skirt: Forever 21 (not the exact one but another super cute option)
Shoes: Nordstrom Rack (I love these flats and they are 43% off of what I paid for them!!)
Thanks for reading, lovelies!!