Seashellls


Hello from Las Vegas! Well, I'm writing this before leaving, but by the time this post goes up, I'll be on my way. I'm going with my work for the Magic tradeshow, and it'll be first time at the show. I'm so excited to walk the floor and see some of my favorite brands and retailers. Plus, my bosses are taking us out to dinner and to a show, which will no doubt be a great time. We're seeing Love, which I actually saw when I was in Vegas in December, but it was so amazing that I don't mind seeing it a second time one bit.

As for this outfit, isn't it perfect? I nabbed this skirt in the big 50% off sale at Collectif, and I've been waiting weeks for it to come in. I just got it in on Saturday immediately wore it on Sunday. It's my first piece from Collectif (although I got a few in this order), and that subtle seashell print is just too good. Jon and I decided to look for somewhere fun to go that would also make for a good place to take pictures, and we ended up going to the Japanese Gardens at Cal State Long Beach since it's only 20 minutes from us and neither of us had ever been. Well, it ended up being kind of a bust. It was beautiful, but it was so small and full of people that it took us only mere minutes to walk around it. It would have been impossible to take outfit pictures there with all of the people, so we ended up walking around the campus a little bit until we found this great simple wall in some shade. Better than nothing!




Top: c/o Tobi
Skirt: Collectif (exact)
Flats, sunglasses: Modcloth

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  1. So cute! I love that skirt. It's so full!

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  2. You look so darling in this. I love how versatile that shirt is proving too.

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