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Jul 10

Currently Coveting No. 49


blue white stripe dressshop the post: 

With our trip to Europe just two short weeks away, lately I’ve been on the hunt for casual basics to step up my wardrobe game. I started with these linen pants, which will be perfect for our overnight flight (and subsequent 8 hour stopover in Paris), and unintentionally opened pandoras box of striped goodness. This jumper was my next purchase, and before I even realized it, I had carts filled to the brim with casual blue and white stripes of all shapes, sizes, and varieties. Not only are they perfect for the heat of the summer (thank you light, breathable, fabrics), but they’re timeless, effortless, and elegant to boot. Following are a few items I have my eye on this month, for both our home and closet. 

 July picks

[break]Image Source: Collage Vintage

1 – Linen Crop Pants | 2 – Sunglasses | 3 – Raw Edge Floppy Hat | 4 – Lipstick | 5 – Striped Dress | 6 – Marble Lamp | 7 – Pillow  | 8 – Leather Stool | 9 – Baskets |10 – Blouse | 11 – Cutoff Shorts | 12 –  Salt Cellar  | 13 – Straw Clutch | 14 – Striped Romper | 15 – Gingham Tube Top & Skirt | 16 – Chambray Romper

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  1. The dress in the intro photo and the black and white romper (#14) are very on-trend in the south of France this season. Also the round tortoise sunglasses. A straw basket for a bag, too, or your straw clutch.

  2. Kelly Mahan says:

    This style is gorgeous! The first photo, with the black and white dress is beautiful as well, really like your picks =)

  3. Dealman says:

    Wow, beautiful Outfit !

  4. ST says:

    Hi Jacquelyn, I couldn’t figure out how to privately e-mail you but just wanted to let you know about the terrible experience I had with Goodnight Macaron, which I found through this post of yours. I ordered three items (a romper, a sweater and a dress) and they can best be described as the images you’d find under “sweatshop labour” in the dictionary. The material was so cheap and the proportions so bizarre, nothing like what was pictured on their website. I’ve had the worst time dealing with their customer service since trying to return the items. They have an exorbitant “restocking fee” for their “U.S. warehouse” which in reality is an apartment in Hong Kong. Anyways, I just wanted you to be aware as they clearly are not an ethical company and don’t fit the image I get from your blog.

    • Hi there! I’m so sorry to hear that you’ve had an unfortunate experience. I’ve ordered from them a few times and haven’t had any issues but I will definitely take that into consideration going forward

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