Coming back home from San Francisco, I took zero break and jumped right into my series of Spring semi-formal wears! Met up with my awesome friend Isaiah at the Olympic Sculpture Park and did a quick shoot on this violet blue envelope romper. This day that we shot was so cold and windy, I knew for sure I was back in Seattle. 55 degrees near the water definitely doesn't feel the same as what it is closer to the city!
Now let's get right into the outfit. I am such a huge fan of Love Culture's hip yet girly clothing, I almost always rack up their entire season in my shopping cart! :-) Back in San Francisco, I went on an accessories spree and found the most adorable headbands. To be honest, I was never into headbands because they would always hurt my head and the space behind my ears. Anyone else have that problem?
I stumbled upon multiple stores and I eventually got a few that actually fit close to my head shape (for having such a round head like mine, you have to dig around a bit!) Who knew one piece rompers and headbands were such a good idea? I am wearing a dainty gold metal headband with a small bow on the top right. I couldn't locate this item on the web but it was from an ALDO store! I am now obsessed with wearing my headbands everywhere I go. They are perfect for any season and so super cute for Spring outfits! ;-)
I mixed the romper up with my favorite vegan leather jacket and finished the outfit with my new loves: KC Jagger mini tote and BCBGeneration nude strappy heels.
*My leather jacket is now on sale on American Eagle! Please take a look and I guarantee you will love it ;-) Such an essential piece for any outfit!*
Stay tuned for an upcoming post on a Spring semi-formal dress. Have a great week ahead and hope you enjoyed these photos as much as I did! xoxo
Jacket: American Eagle Quilted Vegan Leather Moto Jacket
Romper: Love Culture Blue Plunge Envelope Wrap Romper
Heels: BCBGeneration (similar in Nordstrom Rack) High Heel Platform Sandal
Tote: KC Jagger (similar in Saks Fifth) Mini Tote in Navy
Photos: Isaiah Lelea