Cropped

March 23, 2017   /   byAnh  / Categories :  Feeds

st-john-1 copyst-john-3 copyst-john-2 copyst-john-5 Good morning! We were supposed to get more rain this week but it’s been pleasantly sunny and Spring-like instead. No complaints! Time to bring out the Springtime flats (and for a pair under $120, this is my favorite!).

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Trench – thanks to St. John (here)
Blouse – Jonathan Simkhai (bought it on sale | similar here on sale)
Trousers – Nina Ricci (from last year’s sale | similar priced high to low: here, here and here)
Flats – The Row (Springtime loafers! here | also here in brown suede, I also really love this similar style for $109 here)
Sunglasses – Linda Farrow thanks to Avenue32 (still available here)
Lips – Chanel “Cassis” (here)

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Cropped

March 23, 2017   /   byAnh  / Categories :  Feeds

st-john-1 copyst-john-3 copyst-john-2 copyst-john-5 Good morning! We were supposed to get more rain this week but it’s been pleasantly sunny and Spring-like instead. No complaints! Time to bring out the Springtime flats (and for a pair under $120, this is my favorite!).

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Trench – thanks to St. John (here)
Blouse – Jonathan Simkhai (bought it on sale | similar here on sale)
Trousers – Nina Ricci (from last year’s sale | similar priced high to low: here, here and here)
Flats – The Row (Springtime loafers! here | also here in brown suede, I also really love this similar style for $109 here)
Sunglasses – Linda Farrow thanks to Avenue32 (still available here)
Lips – Chanel “Cassis” (here)

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