I am totally obsessed with these Givenchy slip-on Derby shoes. There are few things sexier than baring a little ankle when wearing menswear-inspired shoes. Pair them with sleek black ankle-length pants or boyfriend jeans for the most obvious ensembles. But slip them on with a full-skirted, feminine dress for an altogether eccentric combination that still works!
I am so excited for this Sunday, April 19th, I can hardly stand it.
Sunday is the day that Target launches it’s latest collaboration with the well-known Lilly Pulitzer label.
It’s true, Lilly purists are dismayed by the brand “lowering” itself to the likes of Target’s fashion for the masses, but I think it’s awesome. It brings southern belle charm and sophostication to all women, who want to look good even if their bank accounts aren’t as full as the average Lilly Pulitzer wearer.
I haven’t always been a huge fan of the busy prints in a rainbow of bright colors, but I have as of late found more and more prints that I really like and Lilly’s shift dresses are practically perfect in every way.
So without further adieu, here’s a quick edit of my most absolutely favorite pieces not only for women… but for the home and children too.
What are your thoughts on the Lilly Pulitzer brand collaboration with Target? Do you think it devalues the brand’s reputation or do you think it’ll give people who wouldn’t have otherwise known or been able to afford access to this fun and vibrant brand?
Is it fall yet? I mean, no one loves summer more than I do, but if we can’t be sleeping in, playing at the pool or going on vacation – bring on the cooler temps already!
I’d also like to pull out my fall wardrobe and start picking out some nice investment pieces to get me through the year, if not the next few. These J.Crew Barrett suede ankle boots are totally gorgeous and the fact that they come in navy (black and grey too!) was super exciting for me.
Navy is the new black, after all! (Follow me and get shopping info on lilblacksweats on Polyvore.com)
I have long been intrigued with Jane Mount and her ideal bookshelves.
I’m a reader, my husband is a literature buff, my small boys die to be read to. That’s why I constantly keep my eye on 20×200’s collection of Jane Mount’s art. She makes “ideal bookshelves” for everyone – over 600 to be exact.