Neutral Booties + Crossbody with Elaine Turner
Hi friends! Hope your week is going great so far. Mine is extremely busy per usual (gearing up for that HUGE Nordstrom sale I mentioned in my previous post!) but thought I would share some new additions to my wardrobe as of lately! For starters, fall will be here before you know it so I've already started planning what types of booties I'll need to purchase this season. I have quite a few already (mostly neutral colored of course), but this particular pair by Elaine Turner caught my eye immediately.
It's kind of ridiculous how many pair I have that are this exact color, but there was something different about these so they just had to be in my closet. They're great because I can also wear them in the summer since they don't cover the entire foot and there's plenty of room to breathe. Best part is there is a BIG shoe sale going on right now at Elaineturner.com and the semi-annual sale (all product categories) starts tomorrow so be sure to check it out. My particular pair aren't on sale but I have my eye on these, these and these and they are all up to 70% off - that's seriously music to my ears!
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Another newbie accessory is this amazing round crossbody. If you're like me you've noticed the round bag trend circulating the past few months. This bag comes in several colors and is large enough on the inside to fit the essentials. I am especially loving this snakeskin cork fabric, it's so unique! A neutral bag like this can be worn throughout the year, it'll definitely look great in the fall paired with jeans and sweaters.
As for this dress - come on yall. That periwinkle color gave me goosebumps when I saw it. I just knew it would look great with some neutral accessories and a pop of color with earrings. It fits true to size - I'm wearing a small here. The tiered ruffles are my favorite part for sure, not to mention it's incredibly comfortable. This would make for a great wedding guest dress, so fun for a night of dancing!
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This post is in partnership with Elaine Turner. All opinions are my own.
Photos by Madison Katlin Photography