I have a problem. I can’t stop gravitating towards the color yellow. Reference here, here, and here. If I were one of those insane Type A people who organized their closet by color (no offense if you are), my yellow pieces would by far outnumber the rest.
I’m not partial to any one shade either, any hue will do just fine; goldenrod, chartreuse, marigold, canary, etc.
Happy 4th, friends! I hope you have something fun planned with friends and family to celebrate the holiday. Todd and I are off to adventure around the city, find the best burgers, and watch some fireworks. Linked a handful of 4th of July sales below that I thought were too good not to share.
Has anyone noticed the sudden influx of women’s Australian brands? Or is it just me?
I’m not sure if I’m hyper aware of these labels because I date an Aussie, or if they truly are multiplying by the minute, but it seems everywhere I look I run into another brand from down under. I’m almost certain it’s the latter…
Regardless, it is easy to see why these brands are exploding on the scene- they all emulate cool, effortless beach babe style, and who doesn’t want to look like that? Definitely one of my favorite looks, especially during the summer.
With so many good Aussie brands out there, it’s almost impossible to narrow. Trust me when I say that cutting down to just five was a challenging task. However, when I’m aiming to hit the nail on the head for some playful, coastal looks, I always pay these Aussie labels a visit…
The top hits just where the culotte bottoms begin, making for an ultra-flattering silhouette. As stated in my last post, I truly believe small details are what really make an outfit great. The tie knot bottoms and the bow straps on the top really add the sweetest touches to this two-piece. Bonus; the linen material makes it suitable for even the hottest summer days.