Destination Unknown: Jacket + Graphic Tank + Skinny Jeans + Espadrille Wedges

Monday, April 11, 2016


Hello! If you have been reading this blog for a while now, you may have caught on to something: I am a lover of all Phoenix seasons... except for summer. Summer is the desert means 100+ degree temperatures for four months straight, which never gets more bearable -- despite what people may tell you (do not trust anyone who says otherwise). You can never really guess when the first day of triple-digit temps will arrive; therefore, chilly spring days are something to revel in and celebrate. Today is one of those days. I'm writing this with the windows open and wrapped up in a blanket, which is making me feel all the feels of coziness. It's Heaven on Earth.






Green army jacket (also seen here, here & here): Forever 21
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Graphic tank top: Old Navy
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Hudson dark wash skinny jeans (also seen here): c/o Shopbop
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Brown espadrille wedges: Gap
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Turquoise and gold beaded bracelet (also seen here, here & here): The Shine Project

24 K gold "A" initial bar necklace (also seen here): c/o oNecklace







I can't just rag on Phoenix's hotter days, though. Because there are some good things about higher temperatures, such as the return of open-toed shoes and espadrilles. They just scream "85 degrees," right?! What's your favorite item of clothing that you just can't wait to bust out on March 20th each year?


4 comments:

  1. So cute!

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  2. You also look like a Canadian hehe. When March shows up I'm always plotting, I like wearing the longsleeve at night but not too thick and having more availability

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