The dog days aren't quite over

I despise the fact that my hair does not photograph red. It looks outright brown. Oh, the nonsensical objects of my life.
I have a certain admiration toward Native American jewelry such as the double strand necklace I am wearing. It is always so authentic and beautiful all at once. Don't get me wrong, I love the glamorous look of dripping chains as much as the next girl, but these pieces just have so much character to me!
(shirt- F21, shorts-h&m, belt- michael kors, wedge sandals- dolce vita)
 I can't help but fall for the versatility and perfection of a soft, oversized button up! When I came across this one I knew it should be a winning addition to my closet, not just workable for the fall- but all seasons, though preferably fall, since of course that is my favorite season. ♥
Oh, and I'm not sure if I've mentioned this recently, but I am back in the running game, my dears, and I need to stick with it this time! It honestly keeps me a bit more grounded when I'm at it. Inspiration and dedication- stay with me, please!
What is your favorite piece that you carry on through every season?
currently listening to: dog days- florence and the machines


Bethany Struble said...

great look! i really love native american beads too. i have some somewhere. i think its time to pull them out. this inspired me haha <3

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Rorie said...

I have been wanting a soft denim shirt forever now!! I love them.

Welcome back to the running game- I just ran my first 1/2 marathon this past weekend!! Super tough but absolutley worth it!!



Hannah said...

great outfit, you look very chic. i'm loving the necklace



Danielle Du Jour said...

Love this oufit. great pick! :)

p.s.- dont forget to follow me on Bloglovin! Ill follow back

Anna G said...

I agree, I love Native American jewelry. I use to run also. But I now I much prefer a steady jog with my dogs.

Ginger said...

Love that buttondown! And the title of your post :) As for running, you rock for actually doing it. I always make a resolution to work out/run and never end up doing it.

Sara Lynn said...

That is the perfect button-up and I adore the necklace! You look perfect for the transition of summer to fall, my fave season too! :)

AMK said...

Love this post it's so coll!

Please check it out


Valerie said...

I love this look and all your fabulous jewelry! I love my oversized buttom ups too. They're so great for the transition of season.


Jamie said...

I LOVE this top!! ANd those sandals are amazing. I am such a big fan of Dolce Vita shoes, I have 3 pairs. :)

I think my breton striped shirt is one of my favorite items because I am instantly put together whether I pair it with jeans, shorts or a skirt and its virtually seasonless! :)


Iulia Romana said...

This post is full of coincidences ! I'm now wearing a jeans shirt and I'm listening to Florence+The machines - Dog days :))

Thank's for following, I'll return the favour.I have a little question : how did you put the music player in this post? I can't figure it out by myself..

Huuuuuuuuuuuuugs :*

MarchMusings said...

Love how you paired native jewellery with a basic shirt. And Florence + the Machine is great listening!

ediot said...

hi darling. thanks for stopping by me. i adore jewelrypieces like that too- everything containing colourful beads are right up my alley.. ;)
great shirt you got there btw.
favourite piece--hmm
it's gotta be my vintage brown leather belt
have a wonderful week


maggeygrace said...

Aw, your shirt is so cute!! I love it!! I want one like it. Poo! Why is it so hard to find the perfect casual top like this? Hehe :)

my favorite piece...my white simple casual dress! I wear it in the summer with cowboy boots and in the winter with cardigans and tights!

Chloe, Butterfly Cupcakes said...

I love how you've got the top tucked in at the front.

Lindsay said...

Love the outfit! I'm a huge fan of Native American-inspired jewelry as well, it always adds character to any outfit. You've got a great blog going here, one of my new favorites! :)

Ashley [Free Honey] said...

My hair is the exact opposite - it isn't red (really, i swear), but in strong sunlight, it photographs reddish!

I love the native American jewelery too. I was born in Arizona and my grandparents lived out there for years so I think that my admiration for southwestern style comes from that.


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