Over my Shoulder

I'm a sucker for anything and everything Grecian-inspired. When I found this Free People tunic on sale last month it was love at first sight and now the weather is finally permitting me to wear it without a cardigan to cover up the asymmetrical shoulders. One side is a sort of cap sleeve while the other is tied with a pretty little knot. It isn't long enough to wear as a dress without at least leggings or tights, but I could probably throw it on as a beach cover-up when I'm down at the shore this summer. Speaking of which, I've recently learned that only regionally is "shore" used to refer to the beach; how strange!

I wore this skirt from H&M earlier in the month and it has proven to be easy to style. One thing that is strange about it though is that once I washed it and hung it up to dry, the hem seemed to stretch in some areas, making it longer or shorter on one side. I've also been told numerous times that H&M's sizing runs small, but my experience has proven the contrary, because I wear a size smaller than I do in most other stores! I guess I'll use that to my advantage, and maybe if I throw this skirt in the dryer it'll shrink to fit a little better.

I'm also going to toot my own horn and take credit for my friend Shannon's outfit today. I used my convincing "charm" and styling "know-how" to coax her into wearing this cute little floral skirt that had been hiding in her closet all year. I really want her black gladiator sandals which were apparently less than $8 at Target. Also, not only do we both own that gold chain strap bag, but we both found it at the same thrift store. At least she has good taste!

Top - Free People, $30
Skirt, wrapped bracelet - H&M, $10
Straw fedora - flea market, $6
Flats - thrifted, $3
Rose ring - Charlotte Russe, $4
Belt - Urban Outfitters, $5


  1. i am really in love with your top - so beautiful xx

  2. you're pretty and that outfit is amazing. I love all the creams and nudes and rose pinks.


  3. Lovely outfit! I really like the pastels.
    Just discovered your blog via another and I'm happy to find that you're from Philly as well! There's a small handful of philly fashion bloggers and I'm glad we're expanding, haha.