Happy Friday, loves! Have you guys seen that commercial for Rich Kids of Beverly Hills on E!, where one of the girls is caught saying, “You know you’ve really made it when you can go a whole day without putting your arms through your sleeves.” Cracks me up! I haven’t “made it”, but I will admit that I do walk around like this sometimes, especially when I just really want to show a jacket off. I mean, how cute are these sleeves anyway?
I recently found this brand new little online boutique in Nashville (where I actually lived for a few years) called Merlot and Whiskey. Umm, a partnership between MERLOT and Whiskey and CABERNET? Match made in heaven! Merlot and Whiskey Boutique has some of the most affordable pieces that are so cute. I believe strongly in the power of basics, so when I saw this Mocha-hued tank dress, it called my name. It’s called the Shift Me Up Dress, and retails for just $22. (That is, before you enter the code COTTONCAB. You’ll get another 20% of that!) It also comes in Peach, which is also super cute for spring!
I paired it with my Maverick necklace from Sarah Briggs Jewelry (Ugh, love this thing).Every time I put it on I want to scream in my Damn, Daniel voice, “Sar-uhhh! Back at it again with the statement necklacessssss!”
The white tassels made the mocha color pop, and I’m kind of obsessed with the Neapolitan ice cream color scheme going on here. So sweet for spring! This peach blazer is by boohoo, and retails for just $30.
These lace-up sandals are a must-have this season. Mine are Circus by Sam Edelman, and are at select Marshall’s stores right now for just $28. They have a slight (baby sized) wedge on them, but in all honesty I wore them around my boyfriend and I don’t think he even noticed I was any taller. Overall, they’re extremely comfortable and in such a great, versatile color.
Shop this Look:
Dress: Merlot and Whiskey (Enter COTTONCAB for 20% off!)
Necklace: Sarah Briggs (Enter COTTONANDCABERNET at checkout for 20% off!)
Shoes: Circus by Sam Edelman (or at Marshall’s for $28 right now!)
A special thanks to my photographer Ashley Bee for shooting this post in 100mph wind.