Denim Tunic x Gold Skirt

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I’m in love with this tunic. When I first purchased it from Free People I thought it was a dress. It’s described on the site as a tunic but I’ve definitely worn it on it’s on. Since it’s a little short I thought I’d only be able to wear it at night but I discovered that if I play down the cleavage and add a slightly longer layer underneath it works really well for a daytime look. Maybe that should have been my clue that it’s not a dress?

This skirt is originally from Madewell but I thrifted it during my New Year’s trip to San Francisco. I’ve already worn it so much so expect to see it pop up on the blog again. I love that it’s also a piece that screams night out but when paired with denim it’s toned down quite a bit.

The rings I’m wearing are my new obsession. I stumbled upon them one day when Kyle and I were exploring the city. There’s a cute little shop called Rare Bloom Boutique and the owner’s daughter has her own jewelry line. She makes all the pieces. I really love supporting small business so I’m sure I’ll be back there to purchase more pieces. I love that it’s off the beaten path a bit.

Since I’m loving dainty jewelry lately I’ve started to only wear my wedding ring and not my engagement ring. When I told a few friends about this they almost had a heart attack. Yes, I’m in love with my engagement ring but sometimes it’s too much. I’m really glad I went with a simple band so that I can wear it alone. I’m still married… ring or not.

This is a purse I picked up from Marshall’s for $20. I think I’ve mentioned this before but right now I’m not really into big bags. I want a crossbody that I can throw the essentials in and still look cute. I love that this looks nice with costing too much.

You already know I love these boots as I’ve been wearing them non stop. I’m kind of scared that I’ll go the entire year only wearing boots. I’m just not interested in other types of shoes right now.

Dress: Free People // Skirt: Madewell (thrifted) // Purse: Marshall’s // Shoes: Urban Outfitters // Rings: Rare Bloom Boutique

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