TGIF! Does anyone else feel like it was difficult to get back into your normal routine of a full week after having such a long weekend? I know I did, plus I feel like it was so hard to focus now that I temporarily have Christmas on the brain! Last week we shared the best Black Fridays sales for The Weekly Style Edit link up, so of course I have to ask: did you do any Black Friday/Cyber Monday shopping? I think I did a little too much, but wound up getting a ton of people checked off my Christmas list. I may have also bought myself the gold sequin flats from my gift guide for her and I’m not kidding when I say you need them in your life! I shared a little sneak peek of them on Snapchat and my Insta-stories (@lindsayrutland) yesterday, so in case you missed them, I’ll definitely be wearing them on here soon! I have a feeling they will be thrown into my rotation of basics, just like the striped tee and distressed jeans I’m wearing today. I wore this striped top on here a few weeks ago and probably wear it at least 1-2 times every week. You can never go wrong with a good striped tee, especially one that fits well and can be worn so many different ways. We already know that distressed jeans are my go-to’s, so I won’t ramble on too much about them. I will just say that they can be worn all year long! The best part about this outfit: it is totally #momlife approved! Be sure to join Megan from The Fashionista Momma and I for The Weekly Style Edit below and show us your favorite outfit from the week. We decided that instead of styling a specific piece each week for the link up, we would switch things up a bit and share any outfit we would like. We hope that you will join us and do the same!
What are some of the basics you love to remix in your wardrobe?
Hooded Maxi Cardigan c/o Sammydress (only $10!)
Leopard Scarf (old, cute option here for only $25)
Kendra Scott Bracelet c/o Popsugar Must Have
Zara Bag (old, love this saddle bag for under $30)
Karen Walker Sunglasses via Ditto (use code MIDDLEOFSOMEWHERE to get your first month free)
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