Happy Monday, friends! Last week, I went out for a friend’s birthday on Wednesday night and ended up repeating the same outfit for the event I went to on Thursday. When Friday rolled around, one of my girlfriends and I opted to catch up on my couch in sweatpants instead of going out. So I really only have two outfits to share from this past week!
But as I was walking home from SoulCycle yesterday afternoon, I was enjoying the magical spring weather and sort of wandering aimlessly, trying to soak up the gorgeous weather. When I walked by Nordstrom, I decided to pop-in and as I was trying a few things on, I figured I could do a mini try-on on the blog! So excuse my appearance, I had literally just left SoulCycle (rinsed off, obviously) and wasn’t even wearing a bra, haha.
Wednesday April 3rd | Soho House for a Birthday Party
Halogen Pointelle Sweater (sold out; similar here, here, & here) | Vineyard Vines Seersucker Cropped Wide-Leg Pants | Nine West Twisted Pointed-Toe Mules | Brahmin Handbag (similar here & here) | Express Pearl Ring (old; similar here & here) | Nars Powermatte Lip Pigment in ‘Call Me’
Thursday, April 4th | The opening of Sabbia at Eataly
The exact same thing as above 🙃
Zara Sheer Turtleneck (old; similar here, here, here, & here) | Express Lace Bralette (old; identical here, similar here) | H&M Suede Skirt (old; similar here, here, here, here, & here) | Steve Madden Booties (old; identical here, similar here) | Eyeshadow: NARS Skin Deep Eye Palette | Lipstick: NARS Satin Lip Pencil in ‘Exbury’
See how I last styled this sheer turtleneck on the blog here!
Nordstrom Mini Try-On Session
Reformation Linen Skirt | Absolutely love this skirt! Wearing a 6, so I’d definitely size up if you’re usually in between like me. (I’m typically a 4/6!)
Reformation Sleeveless Sweater | I’m wearing a Small here and it’s more fitted and more weekend appropriate. I like the nude tone of the blush color! I feel like I kept fussing with the fit of the Small though, it wasn’t quite right.
Reformation Sweater Tank | Wearing the Medium here and I LOVE the fit! It’s more of an easy fit and totally appropriate for the office with a jacket on top. I absolutely love a sleeveless sweater for summer!
Something Navy Trousers | Great pant for work this summer! Wearing a 6, fit’s well! I’m usually a 4/6 so I’d size up if you’re in between or have a booty. The color is super versatile! It can read grey or kind of beige or off-white depending on what you’re wearing them with. I love them paired with a white top and pump, but you could also pair with a pair of sandals and a tee, or even with heels and a blazer!
1901 Striped Shirt Dress | Super cute, very lightweight cotton for summer. I don’t *think* it’s see-through, but sometimes it’s hard to tell in dressing room light. Wearing a Small.
Loved this Kate Spade wicker handbag!
Gal Meets Glam Dress | I’m wearing a 6 here, as I sized up because I hate things feeling tight in the shoulders. Didn’t love the fit on me, might have been better in a 4!
Gal Meets Glam Maxi Dress | OBSESSED WITH THIS DRESS! I almost didn’t even try it on because a high empire-like waist can make me look pregnant a lot of the time. But the subtle smocked detailing and pretty button details were very well done! And I love the side-ties at the arms. And the print is so beautiful! This dress was so comfortable and the perfect length on me. I’m 5’5” and wearing a 4! Fit’s perfectly. This is on my wish list for sureeee, I’d wear it all summer long!
PS: I don’t think the colors on the website do it any justice, it’s much prettier in person and true to the colors in my photos!
Chelsea 28 Silky Midi Dress | I love the subtlety of the neutral animal print! I feel like it’s definitely something you could wear to the office. I didn’t have a bra on, so I did not fill out the top at all. (I’m wearing a small!) I have a very short torso, so I felt like the waist was hitting me a bit lower than it should, but again, that maybe could have been solved if I had a proper bra on? It’s hard to say. Other than that, I loved the modest fit and silhouette though! It draped really nicely and the wrap front wasn’t exposing, even though I didn’t fill it out. They’re hard to see, but there are some little button details at the hip that I loved, too.