Happy Monday loves! Hope you all had a good weekend! We kept it pretty low key this weekend and just spent some time with our little ones at home for the most part. I did take Liv out with me yesterday to run a few errands. She is too funny, she hates for me to run errands without her, she’s always wanting to come with me. I think she enjoys the one on one time when I take her without Mason, because every time I do, she is always so good!
I wanted to introduce y’all to Cello Jeans. That’s where this denim pencil skirt is from. I know I’ve talked about this before, but I love that denim skirts are a thing. When I was in high school, distressed denim minis were all I wore on the weekends. (I went to a private school, so I certainly wasn’t wearing them to school haha!) But I lived for a good denim skirt! I recently got this longer version from Cello and am loving the fit of it!
I love a classic denim look, so I kept this look simple and paired my skirt with a white cami. The skirt is kind of a sexy on its own, so I didn’t want to add anything that would be “too much”. My favorite studded heels were the perfect option for shoes. My exact pair has been sold out for a while, but I just discovered these which are a great alternative (and a way better Valentino Rockstud dupe to be honest)!
I kept the jewelry simple, just a few of my favorite gold pieces. I just got this necklace from Kendra Scott and it’s quickly becoming one of my go-to dainty necklaces. I love the little charm, but I also love the necklace is adjustable, so I can wear it any length I want, which is great for layering. I finished off the look by adding a very subtle “pop” of color with this pale pink bag. I got this bag a couple of years ago, so this exact one is no longer available, but I linked the ivory version as well as a light pink option for under $100.
Top: Topshop / Skirt: Cello / Sandals: Target (sold out, similar here and here) / Bag: 3.1 Phillip Lim (under $100 option here) / Sunnies: Karen Walker / Earrings: Kendra Scott (old, similar here) / Necklaces: Kendra Scott (here and here)
Photos by: Julia Gozman Photography