Monday, October 10, 2016


DRESS: Missguided // JACKET: BLANKNYC // SHOES: Vince Camuto // BAG: Louis Vuitton // SUNGLASSES: Ray-Ban // EARRINGS: Kendra Scott // Liam- TOP: Gap // JACKET: Gap // JEANS: Old Navy // SHOES: Zara (old, similar here) // BEANIE: Old Navy 

Happy Monday!! 

First off, I would like to point out that today is The Annie Issue's 100th post! I feel like my 100th post came a lot faster than I'd expected it to be. This journey, sharing my fashion style, day to day life, and motherhood experience with yall has been heart-warming. I've met and spoken with so many of my supporters and I'm thankful to have yall be so encouraging and kind. My one year anniversary is coming up as well and it's surreal. Thank you a million times for reading along. I couldn't do it without yall! 

Now on to todays post...PLAID. Plaid has been around for as long as fashion has been around and it's never going out of style. Plaid prints can be dressed in a chic, feminine, hipster, edgy, or casual manner. It's my go to print because it's made for everyone and there are an endless amount of plaid patterns and colors. I ordered a few items from Misguided and I was really excited about this shirt dress (I'm wearing a size). I tied a leather jacket around my waist to make it look chic and to give a little more figured shape. 

Liam's closet is probably 50% plaid and 50% pajamas. Plaid tops are just so cute on baby boys and girls. When I saw these pictures of Liam, I instantly fell more in love. He looked so grown up. I remember when he wore an outfit similar to this last year and it's insane how much he has changed. He currently loves being chased around the house, eating cheese sticks, and watching Toy Story and Minions. He's been able to really enjoy fall this year and we'll be going to countless amount of pumpkin patches and corn mazes. Every time he sees a pumpkin, he points at it and then runs over to give it a big hug. Liam is such a kind and snuggly baby. 

Thank you so much for reading along! 


*Photos by This Lavender Life 

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