Sky [Blue] is the Limit: Backless Dress + Ankle Strap Sandals + Clutch

Sunday, September 18, 2016


Hello! The past ten days have been a whirlwind, man. Last weekend was spent in Raleigh, North Carolina for one of my grade school best friend's weddings. [Congratulations, Jessica + Ron!] It was so nice to have our group of best buds from high school back together again. No one understands your bad jokes or remembers your days of braces better than your childhood besties.

This weekend it was onward to San Diego, where Matt and I are currently searching for a new place to live (because, uh, we move in less than two weeks... and don't have a lease signed... or even one box packed - AH!). Wish us luck!








Pleated chambray open-backed midi dress: c/o Tobi
Wouldn't this Tobi dress be absolutely perfect for a late summer wedding? I just adore how the back detail is so unexpected and fun! If I hadn't been in the wedding party this past weekend, I totally would have worn this dress to dance the night away in!

Madden Girl nude ankle strap heels (also seen here & here): Shoe Carnival
{Similar $, $$, $$$}

Gold hoop drop earrings with pink tassels: Target


Hand embroidered "Cheers!" clutch with tassel (also seen here): via KAYU Designs

Gold "A" initial cuff bracelet (also seen here & here): c/o Blue Sunflowers






Can you believe we are so close to moving to California? Matt and I are beyond excited to finally know where exactly our new home is going to be. We are mainly looking in the Solana Beach and Del Mar areas. If you are from around there, where are the must see places, best restaurants, and prettiest hikes and local beaches? Any advice is much appreciated!


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This post is partially sponsored by Tobi; however, all opinions expressed are my own.

2 comments:

  1. It was such an intimate moment and you could really feel the love and energy in the place. Our ceremony at NYC wedding venues was the most beautiful and romantic ceremony I could have ever expected (and all our guests made sure to tell us they felt the same way once it was over!).

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