A Simple Summer

What’s better than just throwing on a pair of shorts and a top? Not much right? For this summer look I decided to pair a bright red pair of shorts with a collared white shirt, a beige floppy hat and a pair of white sandals. Unfortunately the camera couldn’t pick up the design on the white shirt which is actually made up of a bunch of flower cut outs, so small that the shirt isn’t actually see through but it adds a bit of pazazz to an otherwise plain outfit.

Shirt: Charter Club

Shorts: Forever 21

Sandals: Forever 21

Hat: my mom took off the tag so I have no idea

Thank you to my incredible boyfriend for taking the time out of his day to take these photos!



50 thoughts on “A Simple Summer

  1. I am not sure if there is a way of saying this without possibly coming across creepy, but I’d tell my girl friends this if I thought it, and it’s always nice to hear so – your bum looks amazing!
    I am nominating you for the Sunshine Blogger Award, the post goes up tomorrow, I have linked your blog in it but just in case you don’t get a notification 🙂

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    1. Hahaha, thank you for the bum compliment!! Not creepy what so ever, it’s uplifting and a great compliment! Thank you so much for dropping by and thank you so very much for the nomination!! Have a lovely day!

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    1. I am sooooo with you on the neutral colors and black, I LOVE black. I will admit though, I have been trying to branch out a bit recently from my typical colors. Thank you so much for the compliment and for dropping by, have a wonderful day gorgeous! x

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