Thomas and I spent the holiday weekend in San Diego visiting my best friends and soaking up the last bit of summer. We went bike riding, to the beach, had an amazing dinner at Herringbone, an all day pool bbq, a little shopping, multiple acai bowls and a yummy brunch at Cody’s in La Jolla. It was the perfect weekend. I was in sandals and jean shorts pretty much everyday, but slipped on this cute little mini from Piperlime with my go-to white button down for Labor Day brunch.
It was about time I put together a new inspiration collage! I’m currently in the mood for extra feminine pieces and one too many polka dots. This leopard romper and these ASOS bow heels are at the top of my list, but I know I can’t pass up this gorgeous Tory Burch bag (especially when it’s on sale!). It’s a classic shape and the perfect neutral color for fall. And if you’re in the mood for some extra good deals going on this weekend, here is my roundup of the best Labor Day Sales…
Tory Burch- 30% off w/ code LABORDAY14 Tibi- 20% off select fall styles w/ code HELLOFALL Loeffler Randall- 15% off site wide w/ code LABORDAY C.Wonder- 30% off full-prices items on orders of $100+ Bloomingdales- Save 20-60% on select styles Gap- Everything up to 40% off
This skirt might be one of the brightest pieces I have in my closet and I love it for that reason. To tone it down for fall (I can’t believe September 1st is next week!) I paired it with my favorite neutral color, camel. A cozy knit in a warm tone automatically makes this summer skirt feel autumnal and season appropriate. Since it’s still pretty warm in most locations, a few ways I styled it this past summer were with a graphic tee and a crop top. This is one item I definitely won’t be packing away for fall.
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