Top: LC Lauren Conrad. Skirt: Target. Scarf: Vintage. Purse: Ted Baker. Shoes: Unisa. Belt: Urban Outfitters.
I can't lie - I was giddy over the Kate Spade show this year. Although I could not be in New York for Fashion Week, I avidly followed along. Kate Spade really out did herself. I loved this combo and this combo the most! Although I am always impressed by her creations - the perfect mix of preppy, classic and witty feminine pieces. This year was beyond my expectations.
I had just recently picked up this blue and white LC Lauren Conrad blouse and decided that after seeing Kate Spade's presentation china blue and pale pink are my new uniform. This blouse reminds me so much of Greek architecture. Greece is on my travel bucket list! I love the deep blue of the Mediterranean Sea against the stark white buildings in the various coastal homes. I plan on wearing this shirt with these shorts and this pair of pants in the future.
I've probably worn this skirt so many times I can't count at this point. I didn't realize when I bought it how much of a neutral it would become in my closet. That's the thing about the color blush, it can add interest or even out a colorful ensemble like this. Same with this perfect pink purse. When it was purchased, I really thought it would be an accent... almost a year later it's become a classic.
A pair of dainty nude bow kitten heels and my favorite vintage cobalt scarf were perfect accessories. I've been on the hunt for adorable locations around Houston. A while back, I found this pink door and posted a picture of it here. Months later I found the perfect opportunity to shoot this outfit. If you are looking for some fun places around Houston - you can follow my hashtag #houstonheelclicks on Instagram.