Sometimes you just want to be comfortable as well as stylish and this BR chambray shirt and 7 for all Mankind bootcut jean outfit fit the bill for me. By the way, does anyone know the difference between flare and boot cut? Curious. I was going to wear a lighter colored shirt with the jeans but as I was going out to eat I just knew that if I wore a silk shirt or anything lighter in color that I would be a victim of Murphy’s Law and get it messy – never fails. So I went with this jewel embellished collar chambray shirt instead.
These jeans came ridiculously long and I had to have them hemmed which took away quite a bit of the boot cut but in order to keep some of that I had to leave them a bit long which means heels must be worn so that they don’t drag on the ground. I actually took these Prada clogs with me to the tailor to wear when they were marking off where to hem the jeans.
Wanting to stay causal I took my little Fendi bag with me. What I love about this bag is that you can wear it cross body or if you remove the long strap you can wear it as a handbag or even a clutch. I like multiple usage!
After a slight detour with the sunglasses, I turned my attention to something I can use – handbags! Fendi’s designs can go from the wild and whimsical to so classic. I looked at two that could fall into both of those categories. The first one was the brown leather large Peekaboo with whip stitch detail (similar here) that can be worn with the shoulder strap or as a hand bag. It is a great handbag and can hold whatever you need but it was entirely too big for me.
Now this bag, the Demi Jour with color block Fendi (you can see the similar bag behind me and here)? I love the colors, the style and the size. This handbag is going on the list of potential anniversary presents.
But what was I wearing? The sweater I got a couple of years ago at BCBG. It is so comfy and warm and I can dress it up or down plus the message works. The shoes are Tory Burch ballet flats. When you find something that works get them in several colors, I have four pairs of these. The pants are the Minnie from JCrew also purchased a few years ago. I believe in getting some trending things but I think it is better to purchase more items that are timeless that you can change up with an occasional trendy item.
(Like Fendi or anything else from Saks? Could you use a personal shopper who will hook you up? Then get in contact with and follow my girl, Lindsey Drahos. She is the Saks, Columbus, Ohio Fendi Brand Ambassador but she can find, order and ship anything the store carries to you no matter where you live. Follow her on Instagram – @lookin_so_saksy or give her a call – 614-678-4616)
Because if I could I would rock the daylights (pun not quite intended – not quite) out of these Fendi sunglasses. While going shopping at my friendly neighborhood Saks to get ideas to give the hubby for our anniversary coming up (we play it safe, I give him a list, no fails that way) I went in to see my girl, Lindsey, and I just had to try these on. Sunglasses have long ago gone from being just function to serious fashion. You can hide from all the paparazzi in these because they reflect so well no one can see your eyes. If you look close enough you can see a big part of the store display reflected in them in the second photo.
The cat’s eye ones or the semi-rimless ones; I couldn’t decide which one was my favorite. They were both fun and fantastic but unfortunately until I get contacts, I have to wear prescription sunnies…boo! Mine are nice but they don’t compare to the fabulous sunglasses that are out there for you lucky ones who can rock them. More about the karma I’m wearing and a couple of the handbags behind me coming soon.
Like Fendi or anything else from Saks? Could you use a personal shopper who will hook you up? Then get in contact with and follow my girl, Lindsey Drahos. She is the Saks, Columbus, Ohio Fendi Brand Ambassador but she can find, order and ship anything the store carries to you no matter where you live. By the way, this is not a sponsored post. I do shop here and Lindsey has been my personal shopper for years. Love ya, Lindsey!