One of my favorite items to style for Spring and Summer are rompers!! I'm seriously obsessed with rompers! They're so comfy to lounge around in and for running errands...I basically LIVE in them! Lol. I'm normally into wearing a lot of prints like leopard or bright bold colors, but lately I've been trying to stay neutral. Earth tones are so easy to style because they go well with all skin colors.

So the romper that I'm wearing is by Lush and I got it from Nordstrom Rack for only $7! I'm loving the button-down style (it's so easy to nurse baby S!)...and the taupe color is so flattering! You guys, I'm addicted to Nordstrom Rack! I always find such good bargains there and the brands they carry never disappoint. (And no, I do NOT get paid to say's just my favorite place to shop!)

Now onto the shoes!! I love pairing rompers with sandals, wedges or boots...but for this look I chose to wear them with these lace-up Delman sandals. I splurged on these babies since they've been on my Amazon wish list forever...and I'm so glad that I did! They're super comfy and the snakeskin print gives it that unique touch. Plus, the taupe color goes with everything!

Let's talk about my handbag for a second. I'm not big on carrying large tote bags even though I'm a mom because: 1.) it hurts my shoulder 2.) it's impossible to find my keys and 3.) I am petite so they don't flatter my body. I prefer smaller bags and this Pola crossbody bag from Pink Haley is one of my faves! I love the greyish stone wash color on this bag and the gold hardware. Although it looks like a small actually fits my wallet, lipstick, and even Savannah's bottle! You can get it on sale now too!

And last but not least...the necklace I have on is from Jimani Collections. I love the wooden details on this Raine necklace and the gold chain is so dainty and pretty. It's a special piece that I've been wearing a lot lately. I'm all about brands that give back...and they've got an amazing mission. Their jewelry is handmade in Kenya and their main goal is to empower women in the developing world. That sums up all of my current neutral faves and I've linked them below in case you want my look. :)



photography by  Mike Adversalo

photography by Mike Adversalo