I know, this is overkill. I just cannot stop myself. I spend waaaay too much time on the Web looking at clothing I never buy. I might as well blog about it.
And finally there is some swim clothing out there that I can get behind! The J.Crew catalogue came in the mail today and I discovered some really fabulous options.
So here are a few more outfits for my mother's trip to Hawaii (or really, for me - to dream about good clothing and warm weather).
Clockwise from top left: Pins and Needles double layer crochet oblong scarf (I would tie this scarf on my head, covering my hair and knot it in the back so it hangs down like a ponytail in the back), J.Crew swimsuit (I went back and couldn't find this on the site. It must be sold out), Stranded beach dress, Retrovert shades, Christopher Kane sandals, Bahia hobo
After I finished this collage, I looked through the J.Crew catalogue and saw this number and thought it would look great with the above outfit as well.
Clockwise from top left: Classic straw fedora, Wildbloom ruffle underwire tank, Cutler and Gross sunglasses, Palisadoes hobo, UO deep arm-hole cover-up, Sam Edelman Gigi sandal
I think this outfit looks more like my mother than any other. She is so classy, yet very low maintenance and I think this outfit really portrays that relaxed, elegant look.
Clockwise from top left: Siberian rose scarf, Shadow stripe shirt, Pins and Needles basic straw floppy hat, I have no idea where I found these shoes. Anyone know?, At the beginning wide-legs, Washington Mews Mary-Anne tote
I can't really see my mom in those insane platforms, but I had to include them, so I added another shoe option... equally fabulous but not as crazy high.
Clockwise from top left: That's amore earrings, Beaded geometry bag, Gull wing dress, Forever cotton cardigan, Double wrap braid belt, Spectator espadrilles, Jeffrey Campbell T-strap platform heel