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    What I Wore: February

    Slowly my blog has become more of a travel site and less of fashion. So to hold myself accountable, I will attempt to create monthly #WIW content. It will showcase some of my favorite looks and outfit of the month with links to shop them!

    If you aren’t already, follow me on Instagram, Pinterest, Youtube, and make sure it keep posted on my blog!

    I'll also be featuring Locations of where I shoot my photos!

    Lime Green Queen

    This was one of my favorite looks simply because it was so SIMPLE! I love a good, extra look, but I always feel more confident in a minimal outfit. This top is from Showpo, one of my new favorite places to shop.

    Top from showpo

    Bottoms: Sold out ๐Ÿ™

    Location: Graduate Hotel in Nashville (they are really cool about letting bloggers shoot! Make sure to be courteous of guests and employees, then enjoy the lovely coffee (or matcha) from Poindexter located inside

    Summer Style in the City

    I walked around Nashville wearing this comfy outfit from Cotton On. I LOVE cotton on with a passion. They are affordable like F21, but have much more simple styles that are true to their brand. For example, they have multiple styles of jeans in multiple colors that they restock all the time. Aside from how cute these jeans look, I personally need this tank top in every color possible for summer.

    Bucket Hat from Cotton On

    Tank Top from Cotton On

    Jeans from Cotton On

    Location: Centennial park, Nashville, TN. watch out for tourists ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Touristy on a Tuesday

    Another one of my go to brands is Sezane. They are timeless, effortless, and even though they are on the pricey side–they are made to last. They are designed and made in Paris, and we all know Parisians are known for their signature style. I love this simple outfit with Sezane jeans and beautiful cognac t-shirt , paired with airforce ones and bag from Portland Leather.



    Airforce Ones

    Leather Bag

    Location: Parthenon in Nashville. A beautiful place for photos but BE PATIENT.. There are tons of tourists here for photos.

    Grungy Girl

    Clark always seems to love the outfits where my clothing is over sized and ill-fitting. (can’t even lie–I love them the most too).

    H&M Plaid Jacket (similar), Red Dress, Cotton On $70, Abercrombie

    Basic Marled grey/white t-shirt

    Mom Jeans

    Dr Martens

    Chain Necklace from Mejuri

    Location: In the street by the Municipal Auditorium in Nashville.

    Pink Parisian

    Oh Paris, I miss thee. For the past four years I’ve dreamed of the day I’d return to Paris, until then I’ll continue to steal inspiration from their fashion!

    I worked with Bohme to style a fun look for these few tradition months–In TN it’s basically winter now even though it should be spring; I think our seasons are off.. I am wearing this stunning camel colored turtle neck (it’s thin so you can layer or wear it on a warmer day), cropped mom jeans that fit perfectly (I got a size 26, which I normally wear), boots from Seychelles (pink shade, not so much brown), Jacket from Showpo duhh, and bag from Shein!

    Turtle Neck from Bohme

    Jeans from Bohme

    Shoes from Seychelles (on sale and use your amazon Prime!)

    Jacket from Showpo

    Purse from Shein (couldn’t find it, sold out possibly?)

    Belt from etsy/vintage

    Location: Belmont Campus, you will see these lovely gazebos if you visit the Belmont Mansion!

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