Hello you guys! Time for an update. There is lots that is new in my neck of the woods: mainly that we have finally begun our big master bathroom remodel. Finally. It has finally begun. I’ll save the nitty-gritty details of all of that for a blog post of its own later–so stay tuned.
(But if you want updates on the entire project right now, you can follow along on instagram–I’ve been updating almost daily with photos and videos as the project progresses!)
I haven’t had a whole lot of time to shop while the remodel has been happening, but I did pick up the Burnham Lace Top from Anthropologie back in January, and it’s a great little top for transitioning from winter into spring. Not only does it clock in at under $100, but the detailing is so pretty–the front panels are made of different types of lace and eyelet, and the mock neckline has a touch of lace to make it extra sweet. It also comes in a very pretty yellow hue and petite sizes, too, and I am actually wearing it in a petite size below. It’s fairly cropped in length, so if you like your tops to be a little longer think about sticking with the regular sizing. I personally think that this top also runs a little boxy and big–I sized down one size (based off the size chart on anthropologie.com) and I still have plenty of room through the torso. This top is also a bit see-through, so keep that in mind–it definitely needs a pretty camisole or bra layered underneath.
I’m also wearing J Crew’s Lucie suede pumps in the outfit below. They’re fairly comfortable (as comfortable as high heels can be, anyway) and the suede is super soft to the touch. They run true to size.
I’ll be styling this top six more ways in blog posts coming up this week–so stay tuned! More in a bit, you guys.