Hello Lovelies! I hope you are having a great weekend! Have you done anything fun and exciting this weekend? Or even better, have you found a stylish deal you just couldn't resist? I know I did...both actually. Friday evening I received a much anticipated package in the mail. After a mix up with the shipping address and having to pay again for it to get re-shipped out to me (kinda a bummer) my long awaited treasure was finally delivered. Earlier this month I was introduced to T+J Designs, a fabulous jewelry site, at the Lucky FABB conference I attended. Inside my swag bag was a rocker chic bracelet c/o T+J Designs. I was so stoked by the style of the bracelet that I decided to look into what other selections they had. On the site there is a wide variety of jewelry that is not only fun and unique, but trendy and chic. There were so many things I liked and could see myself wearing. Since statement necklaces are a huge staple in my jewelry collection, I decided to go that route.
After weighing my options I decided to go with the Luxe Brooch Pendant Necklace. The vintage inspired necklace has a timeless, classic feel to it. The topaz and gold tones are perfect for pairing with items in my fall wardrobe, especially my latest obsession.
Speaking of my latest obsession, I have been obsessing over scarves. Not to get too much into detail since I will write a vivid post about the lovely use of scarves one day, but this one in particular has been a real eye catcher to me. This oxblood inspired scarf was given to me from my cousin in law a few months back. She was letting go of so many clothes and gave me the option to scope some of them out before she bid them adieu. When I saw this scarf I knew I had to have it. Not only is the burgundy tone perfect for fall, the modern motif gives the silk scarf interest and depth. Layered over a shirt, it adds the perfect amount of color without being overwhelming.
Overall, the event was a huge hit even though by the end of the picnic there was a heavy overcast of clouds. The rain held off long enough for tear down/cleanup and for us to make it back home warm and dry. I appreciate that cloudy skies are considerate to fun outdoor events. Well, at least they are some of the time.