My love affair with rompers continue....
I bought this romper earlier in the week at one of my favorite boutiques, Tobey Grey. They are having an awesome summer sale where all merchandise is 30 to 70% off! If you love brands such as Parker, Joie, Frame, and Iro I suggest you run in, before all the good merchandise is gone! This romper is their own label, which has recently become one of my favorites to shop. (I also own this jumpsuit by Tobey Grey). I'm loving the dressier feel of this romper, and decided to style it for a night out. I kept my look simple (per usual) and added this fun chain necklace for a little pop. A red heel or colored bag would also be a great finishing touch. Since I am always cold in air conditioning, I love that the romper has long sleeves, and can also see myself wearing it far into the fall with a great pair of booties.
Although Tobey Grey is located in the Boston area (see their locations here), they do have a online site, and ship from the store, so you don't have to live in the area to shop!
Romper: Tobey Grey (similar here)// Shoes: Steve Madden// Sunnies: Karen Walker// Necklaces: Sarah Chloe, Lisa freede// Bracelets: Vita Fede, and here// Bag: Chanel (more affordable here)
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Thank you for all the kind wishes for the twins to feel better. Thankfully, they are feeling back to normal (boy was that a long week), and I didn't end up getting sick. My throat is still a little scratchy but I'm thinking it's allergies. We are headed up to Killington, VT for the weekend. It is the annual wine festival, but unfortunately we won't be attending this year. My father's uncle recently passed away, so we'll be attending his burial instead. Although it's always very hard to say goodbye, and I'm sure it will be a sad day, I'm trying to be optimistic about the trip. Not only will I will be seeing family that I don't get to see very often, but I'll be able to visit my Dad's grave site, which I haven't been back to since he was buried. Then the rest of the weekend will be spent relaxing in the mountains.
I wish everyone a great weekend, and thank you for reading!