I haven’t done an Instagram round-up in a while and have been posting a number of images that don’t have Liketk.it links, plus I know a number of y’all don’t use the service (to learn more about it, click here). All these pics are from the past few weeks where I have been stocking up on bright colors for Spring and Summer! The funniest thing about these snaps are that my boyfriend took the majority of them… what a sport 🙂 Just click the images beneath each photo to shop the items.
This sweater is so nice, I bought it twice! I am loving this oversized cold shoulder sweater from SheIn… and really loving the price tag of $25. So much so, that I have it in white also (see this look). This winter-to-spring transitional period throws me for a loop every year. I want to retire my sweaters and booties, but it is still chilly outside for a month or two longer. Open-shoulder sweaters and open-toe booties are perfect for the days when there is a nip in the air still, while the cut-outs still make them appropriate for spring. Plus, I am a sucker for anything camel/cognac colored.
On the fence about purchasing Hunter Boots? Fall is the best time of year to invest in a pair of Hunter Rain Boots. I have seen quite a few pairs of shoes ruined on a haunted trail and with all this crazy rain we’ve been having in the Carolinas, these boots are a necessity. Looking through my blog, I have worn these Pillar Box Red Hunter Boots hands down the most of any shoes and wanted to compile all of the looks to inspire you 🙂 Hunter boots do have weird sizing issues, but never fear! I explain what to know before buying Hunter Boots here.
1. With Skirts & Sweaters: This is my favorite way to style the classic rain boots. I’m not gonna lie… I’ll do anything to keep from having to wear pants! So I layer thermal knee socks under my Hunter Boots to keep warm and comfy in the Fall.
2.With Leggings: I love a good pair of leggings (read: I’m lazy) and I slip on my Hunter Boots to run outside and walk my dog, check the mailbox, and get safely to my car in a storm. Pair with an oversized sweater or layer with a dress and vest and you have a chic and functional outfit!