I hate when people start off posts with apologies, but I have to do it here. My top and shorts in today’s post are both sold out. I’m sorry that I didn’t get this post up sooner! (This is also my last Paris post, so if you’ve been annoyed by those, this is it!) The top is available in two other colors (light blue and navy), and the shorts are still available in three colorways/prints.
I highly recommend both, especially together, even if it’s not the same combination of this outfit. The crop top is sold under the party collection, and it’s recommended to go with a skirt to make it look like a dress. But on its own? It’s the perfect top to wear with anything high waisted. I always find tucking shirts into skirts, shorts, or pants to be so bothersome. Especially with my larger chest and smaller waist, I always end up feeling like the look isn’t all that flattering. This little crop top solves that problem!
I hope they bring the top back again, maybe even in more colors. I love that you can dress it up or down.
And, look how cute the back is too with the buttons. It gives it a great fit.
I channeled my inner Kate Middleton with Superga sneakers. I read that sales for the sneaks have doubled since she has been spotted wearing them more and more.
Oh, and my Longchamp tote? Best decision. This is the actually the first Longchamp I ever purchased. I had just graduated high school and was shopping with my friend when I bought it. It was a very big purchase for me back then, and I’m proud to say it’s held up so nicely over the years! (Seriously, that was nine years ago.) As I was packing, I was debating on which bags to bring for my trip and threw in my Longchamp as a backup. It folds up perfectly, so it takes up nearly zero space. But… I ended up carrying it pretty much every day. It fits everything I needed and zips up to keep my belongings safe.
I normally feel super casual whenever I wear a pair of shorts. This was not the case with this outfit, even with sneakers!
Photos by Carter Fish
Oh! And I bought myself a little souvenir while I was in Paris: a Hermes clic clac bracelet. I had wanted one for a while and felt like “When In Rome” or, um Paris.