Sunshine & Sixties Vibes

September 7, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy September, loves! Can you believe fall is almost here? I am loving this weather, almost as much as these photos and this look. There were so many good photos from this shoot that I seriously couldn't pick!

 

This dress is one of my absolute favorite prints in my wardrobe right now and who would believe it's from Target? I love everything about it--the flared sleeves, the built in collar, and even the swing A-line fit. I am typically not a fan of dresses that don't accentuate my waist, but this one feels so natural and easy. It works really well as a fall transitional piece too. I paired it with these killer suede boots from Old Navy. Anyone who knows me knows that I have a bootie obsession. The fun glasses are also from Old Navy and remind me of Quay Australia, which I've been dying to get my hands on. If you're like me and brake/lose all of your sunnies, these are a much better and more adorable alternative. 

 

I can't help but get Cream lyrics stuck in my head while looking at these photos. There is such a sixties vibe. I can just dance my little heart out to Portugal. The Man's "Feel It Still" in this look.

 

Music suggestion: Turnover's new album release Good Nature is so melodic and beautiful. 10/10 recommend.

 

Stay Curious,

Audrey Renee

 

Complete your look with my suggestions:

Floral Print Swing Dress

Suede Booties

Sunnies

Purse

 

Photography by Jocelyn Contreras and Larissa McCarty

 

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