Happy Monday, sweet friends!
So, wait. Did we celebrate 4th of July over the weekend, or is that what we’re doing this week? Or next weekend? I’m so confused.
OK, onto the shortalls. How do we feel about them? Remember when I wore overalls in the fall? I shared my tips on how to wear overalls without looking like a farmer.
This summer, it’s all about the shortalls. (I’m not sure if that’s what they’re technically called, but I’m in a hurry, so….)
If I can get away with wearing something in public that is actually MORE comfortable than leggings, I’m all about it. And if you’ve never worn a comfy pair of shortalls, what are you even doing with your life? The comfort is top notch, especially if they’re distressed and worn in. So good.
But, here’s the thing: there’s a fine line between stay at home mama looking comfy (yet stylish) while running errands in her shortalls and toddler in the sandbox with a poopy diaper in her shortalls. Fine line.
So, here’s the secret NOT to look like a toddler in your shortalls this summer: ACCESSORIZE.
Yep. It’s the same advice I gave you last fall. It’s all in the details. Whether it’s a chic pair of sunnies, your everyday initial necklace, or a classic watch, it’s the easiest way to make sure you avoid that whole poopy toddler situation.
It doesn’t really matter what you choose to wear underneath your shortalls. I chose this sweet ruffled tank (that’s on MAJOR sale!) to make the look a bit more polished and I love how it turned out. My go-to Chucks dressed it down a bit. One of my favorite ways to accessorize and elevate a look is with my handbag and this little lady is one of my all time faves.
My exact shortalls are sold out in this wash (they come in 3 other colors), so I’ve linked 2 similar pairs in the widget below.
That’s all for today! As always, thank you for stopping by! Stay tuned for a WHOLE lot of sales and a huge #ootd round up this week…
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