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Cyber Monday

Time to get on that Christmas Shopping!


Black Friday

Time for Black Friday Shopping!
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Sole Serum + Giveaway

How I survive wearing heels....

Sleeveless Jacket

Sleeveless

1. Twill Blazer (only $85)
2. Sleeveless trench (under $65)
3. Black Notch Lapel (under $25)
4. Raw Edge (only $80)
5. Blue Stand Collar (under $36)
6. Longline (only $80)

Lately, I've been really into sleeveless jackets or sleeveless coats or sleeveless trenches or sleeveless blazers or however you want to call it. At first, I thought

Knitted


Sweater: Loft (old), similar here
Skirt: J. Crew Factory (under $35)
Shoes: Old Navy
Bag: thrifted, similar here
Sunglasses: Madewell 

I have an obsession with anything knitted or that looks knitted. Something about the look & feel is so cozy and comforting. As the temperature slowly drops, I start to wear anything that is knitted like a knitted sweater, knitted scarf, and my most recent purchase this knitted J. Crew Factory skirt. I was definitely comfortable in this outfit. I love how this pleated skirt is appropriate for Fall. The skirt is surprisingly not heavy and is actually lightweight. I can see myself wanting to pair this skirt with a pair of Over the Knee boots in the winter.

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xo RD

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Elia Beach










Dress: c/o Lookbook Store (no longer exists), similar here
Flip Flops: Old Navy (under $3)
Sunglasses: Loft (under $20)
Hat: David and Young

We were fortunate that our hotel in Mykonos was just steps away from the island's most popular beach, Elia Beach. Our hotel has a reserved spot with lounging chairs, towels, and food & water service at the beach which was awesome and convenient!

The beach was worth the hype. The water was crystal clear with deep blue hues. It was absolutely gorgeous and the scenery was breathtaking! I scored this dress from Lookbook over the summer and did not have the opportunity to wear it until now. Unfortunately, it was too short to wear out but it was the perfect cover-up! The embroideries and blue & white color even made the dress look more Grecian. Since the dress is now sold out at Lookbook, I was able to find a very similar dress at Oasap. It has the same off-shoulder feature and blue & white color combo. Not gonna lie, I'm considering getting one for myself because it is only $17!

Hope you guys are enjoying your week so far!

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xo RD

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Poncho Season


Poncho: c/o Old Navy
Shirt: Old Navy (old), similar here
Jeans: Madewell
Shoes: from Greece, similar here & here
Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs (old), similar here

It actually feels like Fall here. The air is much more chilly and the leaves are for sure changing color. I'm embracing this weather because we rarely get Fall weather. One of my favorite things about Fall is that I get to wear ponchos! I like to call Fall poncho season because it is the only time of the year that you can wear ponchos comfortably. By comfortably, I mean you can walk out the door in a poncho and be completely fine. Although ponchos are great layering pieces in the Winter, they are somewhat awkward to wear. You'd have to figure out how to wear a poncho underneath a coat or parka!

I'm definitely taking advantage of 'poncho season' and Old Navy has a variety of ponchos to select from! They range from open-front (like the one I'm wearing) to cowl neck to mock neck all in different patterns and colors. Check them out here. No joke, I was having a hard time deciding which one to get! I was literally in the store for a couple hours until I decided to get the open-front with window pane pattern. It's so warm, cozy, and such a classic look. I'm totally loving the wool-blend fabric! What's your favorite Old Navy poncho?

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xo RD

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