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friday's fancies #3: game day chic.

friday's fanicies # 3 - game day chic.

when i learned the theme of this week's friday's fancies - gameday chic - the wheels started turning in my head over whether i'd feature my alma mater, louisiana tech, or one of my other two favorites - louisiana state university or university of florida. since a trip to ruston sounds just short of fabulous to me at this moment, i decided to go with the bulldogs! our colors are red, white, and blue, but in an effort to seem a little less fourth of july, i decided to go a little more neutral. clearly i'm living in a dream world, because in the real world, my feet would scorn me for the jimmy choo choice. everything else you see here exudes comfort & relaxation to me - something i value in a good football tailgate/viewing session. go bulldogs!

go check everyone else out at {long distance loving}!

Amor Psyche rhinestone top
€169 -

Miss Selfridge denim skinny jeans
£38 -

Jimmy Choo patent leather sandals
$149 -

Marni embossed handbag
£255 -

Jennifer Meyer 18k jewelry
$675 -


Jenna said…
This is such a cute game day outfit! A very nice alternative to what people usually wear! :)
Bloggin in PA said…
Go Gators back atcha! Thanks for stoppping at my blog earlier! Im loving the earrings you picked out here!
haha super cute top love the bull dog and those earrings are my favorite!
That sweatshirt is TOO cute!!
meghan said…
The envelope clutch is great. I've loved those for a long time, but I always wonder if it's functional. I think a Friday's Fancies outfit is definitely the best place to pick it! :)
ha, that top just made me laugh! How cute is that.. I love bulldogs!
i love that you picked those karen walker shades for more than one post! i have the same obsession with the tortoiseshell cat eye look!

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wishing for some tortilla soup today. I had some at a place called Hacienda Colorado in Denver. It was so good, and I've been craving it ever since.
hoping for a productive and joyful week ahead.
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