Instagram is where I truly post my “daily” (or Dailey 🙂 ) outfits and what I’m currently wearing from day to day. I wear my blog post outfits in real life, but don’t usually get to post them for many weeks later. On Friday I post all the details on each outfit from Instagram in order to keep you up to date – enjoy!
If you follow my blog frequently, you might have noticed I added a new “page” up top labeled “shop instagram.” The affiliate link company I use called ShopStyle added a really great way for me to feature my IG feed and all the items I’m wearing quickly and super easily! I will still create an IG blog post on Fridays so I can add outfit details, but if you follow my feed and are curious what I’m wearing before Friday just pop over to the link up top. 🙂
I’m glad I got an IG photo of the outfit below posted, because it was originally supposed to be a blog post also! I have no idea what happened, but somehow the photo got deleted. 🙁 The skirt is just another classic pencil skirt, but the top has some cute details. It has a lace pattern at the shoulders and a nice heavy material.
This outfit was a blog post earlier in the week. I felt a little bold with these color combos, but loved all the blue tones together. And this top is pretty fluttery sleeve number. 🙂
I can’t tell you how much I love these tees! I purchased a turquoise version last year (see original blog post here
) and picked up this color recently. Ahh, so comfy. Oversized, soft, covers all the lumps and bumps… whats not to love?!
Bar necklace: BP via Nordstrom (similar
Pendant necklace: Old Navy (similar
Almost my entire outfit is pretty old here. I felt somewhat “fall-like” in the dark burgundy color, but loved pairing the delicate lace in the skirt with the striped tee. I tried to lighten things up a bit with the pink handbag and beige colored flats.
This ruffle blouse is so pretty and light. Perfect for summer! I was running late and threw these black pants on for work, but came home to run errands and threw on jeans later with the same top. It worked both ways and I love that!