Oversized tees and tall boots + it’s good to be a girl
A special thanks to Vera Bradley and Style Watch for sponsoring today’s discussion. All opinions are my own.
It’s finally felt like fall the past two days here in Georgia… hallelujah! I’m not sure how much more of the heat I can take! We’re not out of the clear yet but I’ll take the cold weather where I can get it. I actually was able to shoot this look without sweating and that my friends is a miracle in itself.
My new obsession? Sizing up when buying new shirts and making them into dresses. This may look slightly short to some people but if you’re uncomfortable with it, throw on a pair of black shorts underneath. I grabbed this pair for $3.80 I think and I know I’ll get a lot of use out of them. Pairing them with tall boots or better yet, over-the-knee boots is totally in right now aka trendy aka the 70s called and I’m totally okay with that. What do you think?
I don’t know about you but it makes me feel super sassy and super sexy. And I think we all need to feel sexy and good about ourselves sometimes, right? None of that “I’m a mom, I can’t wear that!” kind of stuff. YOU DESERVE TO FEEL SEXY, LADIES. Want to know one of the best parts of being a girl? Being able to feel sexy and feel good about ourselves. Because more often than not, we are worried about how big our butt looks or how bad our acne is. We need to embrace what our mamas gave us and feel good in our own skin.
I’m so excited to be teaming up with Vera Bradley to discuss all of the reasons why I love being a girl. You can check back on this post and if you haven’t gotten the message from today’s post, I’ll say it again. YOU’RE beautiful! So believe it. And I of course have to mention this fab bag they sent me because how fun is it?! Backpacks have been my best friend recently and this one is easily my new fave.
So now I want to challenge you… tell me one reason why it’s good to be a girl below! GO!
House of W top// JustFab boots// House of W choker// Vera Bradly bag c/o// House of W sunglasses
Photo credit: Amy Hess Photography