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Hey, Ladies! Happy Wednesday!
Today’s post is short and sweet. I only have two outfits to share today, but they are full of pieces that I love! We’re talking about a darling dress, a dang near perfect denim jacket, a fabulous green bag, an adorable top, some classic boot cut jeans, and some super stylish sneakers! And both outfits I’m featuring today are highlighting one of my favorite color combinations: pink and green!
Let’s get right to it…
I mean, HOW STINKIN’ CUTE is this outfit!
This dress is fabulous on it’s own and can definitely be worn all summer long if you lose the jacket, but more about the dress in a minute. With the jacket, this outfit is a perfect outfit formula for fall.
I love the vibe of this entire outfit. The dress is a little bit preppy on its own (as you’ll see in a minute), but when styled with a denim jacket and sneakers it’s just cool. Add a green bag, and you can kick up the cool factor even more.
This crossbody bag is a wonderful Kelly green, and it is beautifully made. IT LOOKS DESIGNER, Y’ALL. The interior has 2 different compartments and a large zippered pocket, which makes it easy to organize your stuff inside. The strap is canvas and adjustable which makes it perfect to carry cross body or shorten it a bit to carry it over your shoulder. You can also carry it by the top handle. It’s a really great bag. I really wish it came in other colors for those of you that don’t want to go bold with green.
The denim jacket is a great light wash, it’s got a super cute fit, and it has a good amount of stretch. And it’s just under $25!
It’s not only me that likes it, there are hundreds of 5 star reviews, so go check those out if you need a little more convincing. For size reference, I’m wearing a medium.
The earrings are a thin, lightweight, hammered gold hoop. And they are under $4. No, I’m not kidding.
If you love the super expensive designer sneakers you see everybody wearing, but you would never consider spending that kind of money on a sneaker, THESE SNEAKERS ARE A FANTASTIC OPTION! They have a memory foam footbed, and the comfort level is insane. They only come in whole sizes. I’m normally a 6 1/2, but I sized down to a 6 in these.
And the $25 price tag on these make these totally accessible to everybody! If you’ve been wanting to try a fashion sneaker with a sparkly star, but haven’t wanted to spend the money, here is your sign! Grab them for sure.
It’s just a fun outfit.
Let’s check out the dress without the jacket….
You might remember that I showed this same dress in black a couple of weeks ago, but I love it even more in this vibrant pink.
The dress boasts a deep v, a gathered neckline, and a gathered hem/tiny ruffle sleeve. The tie at the waist really defines your waist, and the tiered hem has tiny little pleats all the way around. For size reference, I’m wearing a medium.
And how good is the pink and green together!!!
If you’re not a dress girl, I’ve got another pink and green combo for you.
This top is the same material and the same color as the dress above, but it’s got flutter sleeves instead of gathered sleeves.
And because of the banded hem and silhouette, it looks great worn out (for those of y’all that don’t love a half tuck). For size reference, I’m wearing a small.
Now let’s talk about the jeans. They are a super dark wash, and they are very slimming. I will say that even with tall wedges on, they are definitely too long on me as is, so I will be getting them tailored. They have a bit of stretch to them which makes them quite comfy, so I definitely appreciate that. For size reference, I did size up to a 6.
You just can’t lose with pink and green!
That’s it for today, y’all!
So I’m curious… are you a pink and green girl. If not, is there another color combo that you love wearing? Sound off in the comments!
A huge thank you to Walmart for all of their super affordable and on trend pieces and for sponsoring this post.