Happy Monday friends!
Today I’m sharing a very Valentine’s Day inspired look, shot in front of my favorite February blooms, the Japanese Magnolia. (I shot some similar pics a couple of years ago which you can see here.) Of course, the Japanese Magnolia is just the opening act for the main show, Cherry Blossoms, which still are a month away or so. Can you tell I’m obsessed with blooms?
Anyway, on to the outfit. I mix and matched these old favorites for a full red on red look. Probably inspired by this look by Blair a couple of years ago. I bought that sweater she’s wearing in the post and then ended up giving it away not long afterwards because it soooo was not my look. LOL.
And yes, this might be the 10000th time I’ve worn this red skirt, but hey, the cost-per-wear is really working out for me. :) Tibi doesn’t sell it in red anymore, but I found this one that is a similar material and has similar pleats, and it’s fabulous. You can get the Tibi version in black here. (See other ways to wear this red skirt from the archives here, and here.)
On another note, I had so much fun at the Souther Coterie Summit at Sea Island last week, and loved seeing lots of friends old and new! I love traveling with Danielle of LouWhatWear.com, we always have the best time! Make sure to bookmark her blog, especially for Kentucky Derby inspo coming up very soon! (She is the queen of derby style!)
Lastly, on a housekeeping note, we are FINALLY moved into our new house! Woo-hoo! I am shooting some home decor pics later this month with Erin, so stay tuned for that! Laura and I spent the whole afternoon together yesterday placing artwork, pillows, and knick knacks. The foyer took on a whole new vibe! I’ll share it on instagram soon for a sneak peek!
I hope everyone has a great week! Thank you for stopping by today! xo
Photos by Erin.
Ps – for local Macon, GA friends wondering where these cool trees are: park in front of the Mercer Law School on Bond Street, near the Hay House, and you can walk through Hill Park for a great look at these blooms. :) It would be a great spot to take little ones for some photos too!