Roadtrip Ready


I have been road tripping a lot recently, and I've learned that printed shorts are my ultimate go-to for cute yet comfy days. On Thursday my friends and I left for California, and since I knew we would be exploring as soon as we got there, I wanted to dress up my outfit a little bit. I was comfortable in the car wearing a lightweight tank + shorts, and then once we arrived I fancied it up a bit with my fav kimono + a wedged sandal. Comfy doesn't have to be frumpy ;)


I'm now home and back to work in the studio, but I still have a couple looks from California I will share with you this week! Love you babes! x, Paige

Kimono // Love Culture c/o

Tank // Material Girl for Macy's [similar]

Shorts // TJ Maxx [similar]

Wedges // Urban Outfitters [similar]

Purse // Gypsy Warrior [similar]

Choker // Urban Outiftters [similar]

Garden Parti


As a girl with a tendency to wear a muscle tank top + cutoff denim on a regular basis, I sometimes have to remind myself to work with my best features and play up my figure. I can't help that I'm drawn to grungy outfits, but a little reminder to embrace your curves is always a good one. I wish I had a fab garden party to wear this outfit to...but I think anyone in Arizona would be too crazy to sit outside for that long! A girl can dream.


Apparently I have been the bargain queen lately, and I scored this crop top the other day for $3.47. Aren't these shirts normally an arm and a leg at American Apparel or something? Not sure, but I'm proud to say I bought the majority of my closet on sale. Score! Another way to save money is trading clothes with your bestie. I just realized that this entire outfit is made up of sale pieces and items my best friend passed on to me. It pays off to have similar taste!          x, Paige

Striped crop top // Love Culture [similar]

Lace cardigan // Love Culture [similar]

Skater skirt // Love Culture [similar]

Heels // Prabal Gurung for Target [similar]

Clutch // Buffalo Exchange [similar]

Lipstick // MAC Viva Glam


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