Bric-A-Brac in Burlington


Top: Romwe | Jeans: American Eagle | Sandals: Marshalls

(photography by Kathryn McSherry)

I am obsessed with this top. There’s just something about the longer short sleeves and the bric-a-brac trim on the asymmetrical hem that strums my heart strings. I also love these jeans – I definitely don’t wear them often enough. Seams on jeans make an outfit 100x cooler but 10000000x more uncomfortable. I usually go for my mom jeans or my super high rise jeggings for the comfort factor, but sometimes I make the sacrifice and wear real jeans. #DoItForTheBlog, am I right? Any who, American Eagle has their stuff together with these jeans; they know what they’re doing.

By now I’ve turned 18 and I’ve spent two weeks in the woods of Vermont. Not the actual woods, but you know. I spent half of my summer at camp last year (and blogged from there, too) but this summer I’ll be rocking camp clothes for eight whole weeks. Woo!!!! I’ve stocked up some scheduled posts to keep the blog up and running while I’m up and running around in Vermont, but there will be some new posts up as soon as I can get to it! This post was the last one my sister shot before I headed off for camp without her. This old bust stop on Church Street in Burlington was the perfect spot for a last minute post. I hope you’re all having a great summer, I know I am.

Peace n Blessings



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  1. July 8, 2015 / 12:46 am

    Love this outfit! Both the shirt and jeans have gorgeous detailing. xx

  2. July 27, 2015 / 6:28 am

    The shirt looks lovely, even though it has got simple detailings, yet there is something about it which makes it look elegant. To buy more tunics with different and unique colors and paterns, visit

  3. July 27, 2015 / 6:53 am

    A very smart choice you have got, simplicity yet looking rich and sophisticated. If interested in buying long shirts, do visit LSM’s online store at

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