Summer Whites

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ke clutch in front of a fence
ke clutch in front of a fence

tis the season to wear all white. Which can mean a ton of things- glamorous, classy, a spill trap. I’ve always been one to dare it all (coffee spills) and wear all white during the summer, it feels very crisp to me. But, because of who I am as a person, I also love doing it (summer whites) with a twist.

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Which sometimes means accessories like these above- great shoes, a great bag (especially when you’re wearing all white feel free to go bold with both of these pieces- I’m a fan of animal prints but color, pattern! Go crazy!). Or even your jewelry and sunnies. Another way to punch up all white? I love big, gold necklaces or earrings, or even an arm stack!

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And sometimes your summer whites can be the statement. Off the shoulder. These pants are actually sequins (but work as a basic!). Of course there are so many statement whites- cutouts, minis, maxis, tanks, etc. While white may be considered a blank canvas, that really just means that it’s exciting-and you can make a summer white outfit what you like.

Yes, you can do all white in any season (even this retired southern belle will tell you so!), but there’s just something about summer that screams for white outfits. Pants, dresses, even shoes.

I would love to know- how do you do summer white? How daring do you get with it?

While this outfit is a few years old, I’ve linked similar pieces for you to play with below! Happy Shopping!
XO RA

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Vintage Swim

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Every year I do a round up of swim suits that I’m loving. And it’s not that there is not a ton of vintage swim out there that I’m loving, but I’ve been thinking a lot about vintage swimsuits, and how much I love them- from pin-up one pieces to swim sets.
There’s just something about a vintage swimsuit – the cut is impeccable, it can fit perfectly, and it makes water seem like an occasion. I love both of these above vintage suits for different reasons: the bikini as it’s perfectly fun, the one piece as it’s almost Bond like. The cut is so good in each I have dreams of wearing them on land!

It can feel intimidating to dive into vintage swim (pun intended), and that’s not just finding vintage suits at your favorite vintage dealer/shop. So, I’ve put down my top tips for buying and wearing vintage swimsuits!
Some tips on vintage swim wear:
-there are several sites that sell swim suits made from vintage patterns. They’re not vintage, but look and have the vintage feel. IF you want “true” vintage make sure you’re paying attention to tags, etc. If you only want the vintage look, these sites and stores are great!
-Shop by measurement, not size- vintage sizes aren’t modern!
-The cuts are different, don’t be afraid to try various cuts and sizes
-Play with color! Patterns! One of my current favorite vintage swimsuit gold lame, just because it’s vintage don’t be afraid to be bold!
-Have them tailored,most vintage suits are cloth without spandex which means they can be altered (and you can have the lining replaced)
-Accessorize! How great is this swim cap?

While these suits are a part of my personal collection (from Recess and AAVintedge respectively), I managed to round up some of my current favorite vintage swimsuits. Will I shop some modern swim this summer? Of course, but it never hurts to feel like a bombshell in a vintage suit.

What about you? Are you heading into vintage this summer? Do you love a good vintage suit? I would love to hear all about your swim preferences- both vintage and modern!

Hoping that your swimsuit makes you feel like a million bucks today!
XO RA

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Memorial Day Sales

Loves! It’s a holiday weekend in America, which means it’s a sales weekend in America. All weekend all long I’ll be updating my sales picks in both the LTK and the ShopStyle apps (links to follow in the menu!). I’ll also be taking the weekend to regroup (this week has been a doozy) and plan for the summer- we’ll be back on next Wednesday with all the swim and summer style. In the meantime- these are the sales and things I’m buying this weekend. Come shop with me all weekend – and I hope you get the relaxation and summer prep you need!

xo RA

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Target Swim

Get 30% off swim suits- from chic one pieces to bikinis at Target through 5/30. These are some of my current faves

JCrew

Get up to 50% off summer must haves at Jcrew with code SUMMER. These are what I’m currently shopping!

Madewell
Get 25% off everything at Madewell with code LONGWEEKEND. Sets. Dresses. Summer Denim. These are some of my faves:

ShopBop Designer Sale
Shop all the sandals, bags and summer style must haves at the designer sale!

Good American
Sign up for texts and emails on the Good American site and get up to 40% off on must have denim and more!

I hope that you come shop with me on apps this weekend, and I hope that you get all the rest and relaxation you need on this holiday weekend!
xo RA

Real Adult

woman in a blue shirt and coulette set with a scarf in her hair and a satchel bag in front of a brick house
a woman in a blue silk shirt and short set with a scarf and a satchel bag in front of a brick house
the black of a woman with a scarf in her hair and a satchel bag in front of a brick house

Do you know that meme that states “have you ever looked around for an adult to handle the issue? The you realize you’re the adult? And you realize you need a more adult adult?”

That’s how I feel A LOT of the time.

Not that I’m not an adult. I work. I pay bills. I run errands- so many errands. Cook, clean, be kind to my neighbors, handle the trash and recycling, doctors, etc, etc. I adult (even when I hate that term and perhaps even hate the details of adulting).

Maybe it’s that as a creative (which is also a bit of a cringy term to any one in your life who may be pursuing a career in the arts- mainly as it opens you up to oh so many “tips” or “advice” that may or may not be welcome), it’s that any job that doesn’t fulfill your purpose fills hollow. Or maybe it’s that you may to have so many jobs to support your calling that none of them feel real.

a woman in a blue silk short set with a scarf in her hair sits on an iron bench with her feet up in front of a brick house and a red door

I don’t know all the reasons- but I know that even at my over 30 age, I’ve never truly felt as if I’m real adult. I’ve never had a job where suits are required but I have a thing for suits. I’ve always had a pull to the creative side- but have had many day jobs. And even though I can handle a crisis, a baby, an aging parent, when things have happened, I’ve always wondered when the adults would show up.

And at every event I’m always surprised that I’m a real adult. One that could be in charge.
Sometimes a real adult that is in charge- with all of the issues that come with all of that.

Even though I’ve considered myself a “real adult”, I suppose I am. And even though you could argue that I’ve never had to dress “professional” at work, I’ve always be drawn to a suit or a set that would pass for any adult.

AKA Perhaps I’ve been dressing like a “real” adult, and have been one all along- even when I don’t feel like one.

Which begs the question- what is a real adult to you?

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a woman in a blue silk short set with a scarf in her hair and her satchel bag walks out of a cream garage and brick house

I’m not 100% sure what my definition of a “real adult” is, but I know that for years, it hasn’t been me. And- as I’ve realized that everything- my creative pursuits, my yoga pants, my suit replacements, etc- I’m slowly recognizing that I am an adult (a real one!) and stepping into my power. I’m still deciding what that looks like for me (because part of this journey is the realization that maybe there is no “Real” adult and we’re all just doing our best).

Yet, I still can’t help but love more “professional” separates. For example, this silk set would look great together, apart, with a blazer- and with any sort of briefcase. This set will allow you to go to after work drinks or dinner- be as creative as you like- but also lets you act and look like a real adult. Perhaps it’s the bets of both worlds. And maybe that’s what being a “real” adult is!

I’ve linked similar sets and bags for you below. These shoes are my beloved Perfect Sandals via Sarah Flint’s and you can get $50 off your own pair with code SARAHFLINT-BAINVESMENTPIECE!
XO RA

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Throwing in the Towel

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a woman in a pink robe made from towels stands in front of a green tree and White House
A woman in a pink robe made of towels stands in front of green trees

I know, I know, we all thinking that throwing in the towel is not a great thing. Because it means quitting. And we’re told that quitting is never great. But what if it was great to quit, to throw in the towel was a great thing?

Note- this is not me throwing in the towel on the blog. You’re still stuck with me! And my hope that things only get better from here. The only thing we may be throwing the towel in on here are bad outfits and things that make us feel bad. (at least fashion wise).

And while that may be a bad pun, or turn of phrase, that attitude is really what (or where) I’m interested in throwing in the towel. The world is different, we’re different, fashion is different- what if we just stopped doing and wearing things that weren’t for us? Not in a refusal to try new styles way, but in a when things aren’t right for us way, we don’t try to force them. Maybe it’s a throw in the towel on wearing things to please others, and we commit to our own style (the one that’s completely ours) and the things that make us look and feel good (because they are different on everyone). Wouldn’t those type of throwing in the towels be fantastic?

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On a fashion note: this robe (dress) is made from towels. Vintage Milikan towels to be exact. This exact piece is from one of my favorite vintage sellers, Take Me Back Baby- you can find her on Etsy, Shop Thrilling and IG- all @takemebackbabyvintage! (feel free to reach out for direct links!) It’s the perfect thing for getting out of the water, and chic enough for any patio party. This dress is all that I want to live in for the summer- from the texture to the color, to the cut. You can find sellers making a ton of options out of vintage towels, Milikan and other vintage towels, and if you’re into more modern options Terry cloth is big this season. From tops to bottoms to dresses, Terry wears well, is comfy, and is so incredibly chic for the season. Maybe instead of throwing in the towel, we just clothe ourselves in them? That’s an option I’m open to!

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a woman in a pink robe made of towels in front of hanging plants and a white wall

What would be better if we threw in the towel on it? As the seasons change, I know it’s tempting to make our wishlists, bucket lists, plan trips- and I plan to do all of those- but this year I’m also thinking about what I could quit for the season. What things would make the summer better by leaving them behind? I can think of a few, and I’m sure you could to. So, as I’m making my lists of all the things to do, I’m going to be specific on the things I’m not going to do. And if I happen to throw in the towel while wearing a chic one, I completely call it a win!

Below I’m linking both vintage and modern Terry cloth options for your chicest summer! If you want help sourcing a towel item for yourself please reach out!
XO RA

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Sky Blue

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a woman in a strapless blue dress in front of a grey wall
a woman in a strapless blue dress in front of a grey wall
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Last week was a WEEK. My birthday. My mom’s birthday. Some family birthdays. Family events. It was amazing- dinners, meet ups, celebrations. And exhausting- dinners, meet ups, celebrations. Not to mention the travel for all of those and the being “on” for all of those. Most things have a duality – even the good things. I wrote yesterday about things speeding up ( if you missed it, you can read it here) and they are- this month is full of non-stop events for me (and I’m sure for you too, there’s a reason why we all post vacation looks now! We all need one 😂).

I wore this dress on my (actual) birthday. And as for crazy weeks go, my day was a great one- I went to my favorite Pilates class,spent time with my faves, took myself to lunch- and snapped these pics randomly. As much as I wanted to share this dress with you, I will admit I didn’t know what to say. It’s not exactly the same as I felt here but I’ll be honest as much as I LOVE this dress (and have plans to wear it again and again) and as much as I’m happy with these pics (yes, a photo shoot taken in the middle of a day that was personal), when I went to tell you ALL the things all I could think of was that this dress is silk, has cutouts and HAS POCKETS!

All important things.
And yet, that didn’t feel like enough to say over and over again in a post. Pockets are exciting, but maybe not enough to write a whole post about (yes, I do always worry about that).

Then. This past weekend, I went to a family Celebration of Life for a passed family member, and I took a picture of the sky. It was nothing special- just the blue sky and some clouds. I had already decided to call this post “Blue Sky” and when I asked my mom for any notes or ideas on this dress/post, the only thing she mentioned was that it reminded her of the sky on our trip. I knew it was a sign.

As is blue sky. Usually blue skies are a sign of all the good things to come. That struggle or the storm is over. Blue skies are a good omen. So what does a good dress mean- especially one that made me feel special, that has pockets, that is the color of a special sort of hope- the color of blue sky?.
(I’m a special kind of grammar nerd and I’m not sure how to punctuate that sentence!)

So. What do blue skies mean to you? Or dresses with pockets? Or the dresses that make you feel special? The ones that you wear on special days to mark it or to celebrate all the good things you wish for?

I want to know all about those dresses, about your colors that mean good things are coming, and the good things you do believe you’ll find or are coming for all of us in the next season!

I’ve linked this exact dress and almost the exact same sandals. I hope you wear them on a day with blue skies and one that brings you only great things!
xo RA

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Rose Garden

a woman in a green silk wrap dress with pink roses stands on a stone staircase
a woman in a green silk wrap dress with pink roses stands on a stone staircase
a woman in a green silk wrap dress with pink roses stands on a stone staircase
a woman in a green silk wrap dress with pink roses stands on a stone staircase

When I was little, my mom used to quote me an “old” song Rose Garden by Lynn Anderson:

I beg your pardon
I never promised you a rose garden
Along with the sunshine
There’s gotta be a little rain sometime
When you take you gotta give so live and let live or let go
Oh-whoa-whoa-whoa
I beg your pardon
I never promised you a rose garden

(And it goes on. Highly recommend, it’s super catchy!)

As a kid, I liked it, though I probably didn’t “get” all of it- like the whole relationships have ups and downs, and not being perfect is aok. As a teenager, while Rose Garden was still catchy, I didn’t like it as much- because it was my teen years that my perfectionist tendencies really came out.
Yes. I’m still fighting them today.
It’s not that I don’t understand that there truly is no thing as perfect, and that everything will go to plan all the time. It’s that I want things to be perfect and to go to plan, from outfits to pictures to social interactions. I can forgive you any “imperfection” but have a hard time extending that grace to me.
In fact, why most pictures here on the blog (IG is a bit different) are from shoots is that I really expect every outfit, shot, look to be perfect- and that’s easier to control on a shoot. So the few times that I can let go and just shoot what I’m wearing in the wild? Completely out of my comfort zone and yet completely a blast.

We can debate if it’s ironic that I did it this time in a dress that is essentially a rose garden.

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a woman in a green silk dress with pink roses

This was the dress I wore to Mother’s Day dinner with my family (I told everyone all night that I was on theme as my mother’s name is a form of Rose!). It’s a vintage, silk Flora Kung (we will be chatting about this designed in the future!), and all of the pictures here are ones taken at our celebration. I made my sister do an impromptu photo shoot on the stairs outside the restaurant. (isn’t she great?!?) I took selfies and close-ups throughout the night. And while I can look at some of these pictures and wish that they were slightly different, shooting “as is”, was fun. It made the night a little more exciting. I also had to trust that these pictures would work- the good ones and the bad.

It’s a lot like the Rose Garden song- perhaps the take away is that I need a little bit of control and out of control. By no means will I stop with photo shoots, but perhaps I can open up my rose garden (practicing my puns for Father’s Day ;)) to impromptu shoots. Maybe both make a beautiful garden.

What about you? Do you like to have a bit of control or are you completely comfortable doing things on the fly? How do you handle the balance in that- the good and the bad? And – do you remember the song “Rose Garden”?

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Some Style Notes:
-The silk in this Flora Kung dress is just exquisite. Highly recommend!
-You can’t always get the perfect size in vintage shopping, this dress is a little big (it’s a size Small) but the cut is still incredibly flattering
-Shoes are my beloved Sarah Flint’s, you can use code SARAHFLINT-BAINVESTMENTPIECE for $50 off your own pair
-Below I’ve linked some Flora Kung I’ve found for you and some contemporary floral pieces for your shopping pleasure.

Hoping that your weekend and your garden get what they need this weekend! XO RA

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Fashion Stories: Raiding Mom’s Closet

Today is my mom’s birthday. And tomorrow is mine! There have been a few posts over the years that have felt like “tradition” to post on our days and this is one of them. Today my mom (and sis and dad) will be headed to lunch- and I won’t be wearing this, though Mom did approve the dress! It feels great to be able to celebrate and mark our birthdays with fashion-because, like playing dress up with this number growing up, fashion (no matter how much mom and I differ) fashion is what can bring us together. Hoping you have a great Monday and that this post gives you some inspiration – even to raid your mom’s closet and restyle her pieces! xo RA

This post was originially just an outfit post. But even then, I knew that this vintage piece, from my mom’s closet was a story. And what’s that I’m always saying? Fashion is just a way to tell our stories. My mom wore this in her 20s. It was in my sister’s and my “dress up box” growing up. My sister and I have both worn it-to parties, as business wear, even as a costume. To me it tells the story of my mom’s hope and dreams, and how my sister and I carry that on. I am so fascinated by what we keep in our closets. And in this case, what we keep, use, and keep going back to. What’s in your closet?

Investment Piece: Raiding Momo's Closet
Investment Piece: Raiding Mom's Closet
Investment Piece: Raiding Mom's Closet
Investment Piece: Raiding Mom's Closet
Investment Piece: Raiding Mom's Closet
Investment Piece: Raiding Mom's Closet

As someone who loves vintage clothes, there’s a special place I love to go for vintage: Mom’s Closet. I don’t always get the chance to raid mom’s closet, but when I do, I think it’s magical. This dress/jacket set is from my mom’s wedding, it was her going away outfit. I love that she saved it, that she lets my sister and I wear it, and that it’s a vintage piece that lends itself to modern style. Everything about this vintage dress is great–the button detail, the drop waist (though I couldn’t resist belting it with this stunner), and the flair.

Here’s part of what I think is magical about fashion: it can transform itself and you. While this dress holds special meaning for my family, it’s easy to make this a “new” look”. The belt is a way to dress it up, and socks with shoes are one of my fave things ever. ( See here, here, and here for some examples). The look feels fresh, yet it’s an homage to my past. Raiding my Mom’s closet is one of my favorite things. I’d love to know: who’s closet do you love to raid? And how do you do your vintage?

The dress/jacket are from my mom’s closet
The socks are Gucci, the shoes Brian Atwood
The belt is vintage from RecessLa. Pics are by the amazing Megan Weaver!
I’ve picked some similar picks for you below!
XO RA

Mom’s Style

I’ve been posting this on my mom’s birthday for a few years now- it’s become tradition. Tomorrow is her big day (and today is Mother’s Day!). My mom and I are close, and yet different. However, as I get older I realize I’m more like her than I think, and I couldn’t be more grateful. Especially now, as some of us are apart from our families, I think about how the women in my life shaped me. I spent the past few years isolating with my mom- it wasn’t always easy, but I’m so grateful we did! Even though we spent the better part of the years not getting dressed up- I still learned about style from her over this past year. And yes, we’re getting dressed today! Hope whatever your relationship with moms are, today lands easy. Xo RA

InvestmentPiece: Mom's Style

Loves! It’s my Momma’s birthday! If you haven’t caught on, my mom and I are close, and I can’t begin to describe how much I love her, and how appreciative I am for all she does for me. Mom is a CPA and teaches accounting, she’s our CFO, and while that’s completely different from her creative daughter who thinks shoes are a necessity (I mean I need shoes, I occasionally want to eat); Mom’s style has influenced me and helped me become the fashionista I am today. So, what did I learn from Mom’s style? Glad you asked!

Stay True to Your Style

No matter the trend or what “you’re supposed” to do, sticking to what you love and what works for you is something to be admired–and makes you look stunning! Mom is a big fan of navy. She is known for her love of navy suits, shoes, and bags. There are years when navy is “in” and years when we’ve had to search for navy for Mom. That doesn’t matter to Mom, even when the styles she loves aren’t in she sticks to them. There’s a classic-ness in that, a commitment. That’s not to say Mom doesn’t try new things, but I’ve learned that you don’t need to be a slave to trends, that sticking to things you love is something to be commended, and when you find something that fits you–hang onto it!

Proper Undergarments Matter

Mom and I have had a lot of events recently and at everyone Mom has mentioned that she thinks I might need a slip. (Side note: I have slips, I’m not great at wearing them) Here’s the thing though: Mom may have a point. Lining, slips, proper garments: our clothes fit better when we make sure these things are taken care of. Proper fit is important (Mom is big on that too) and to ensure that the fit flows, proper undergarments help. (And let’s be honest, no one likes the look of lines!)

Invest in Your Suit
Something Mom and I agree about whole heartedly? Your suit, be it an actual suit, jeans or yoga pants, is something to invest in. Mom, being an accountant, is a fan of actual suits and made it a point to invest in good ones each year. Now that she’s in a place where she’s good on suits, Mom is having fun filling her closet with tanks, tops and blouses (both classic and trendy) to wear with her suits. However, she’s always adamant that her suits are high quality, she checks seams and linings, that it’s where she spends her money. And loves, I agree–what you wear the most should be where you invest your money.

Don’t be Afraid to Accessorize

Mom is a more conservative dresser than I am, yes. However, Mom is not too conservative for a great accessory! I can’t remember a time when Mom didn’t leave the house without a scarf, jewelry, pins, or gloves. We do a high tea occasionally, and Mom is always on point with her hats (and gloves!). The lesson? You can always be playful, and the details are always a place to have fun!

While Mom and I may have different opinions about certain fashions, but my Mom has some amazing style, and I’m so grateful she taught me all she knows!

Have some champagne to celebrate!

XO RA

Black, White, and Green All Over

a woman in a lush green setting wears a white with black polka dot bathing suit with a sheer black skirt over and a straw hat
a woman in a lush green setting wears a white with black polka dot bathing suit with a sheer black skirt over and a straw hat
a woman in a lush green setting wears a white with black polka dot bathing suit with a sheer black skirt over and a straw hat

We’re at a weekend in May that, for me, starts all sorts of vacations. Or at least a vacation mindset. It’s the weekend for a lot of graduations. And of course Mother’s Day. For me and my family, it’s also the weekend (or this year the Monday and Tuesday after Mother’s Day) of my mother’s and my own birthdays (Monday and Tuesday, respectively). Essentially, for me, this weekend and the following few days, are full of celebrations, dinners, and great outfits. Exactly the kind of thing that puts you in the vacation mindset.

And what’s a vacation without a swimsuit? Or, perhaps I should say that this is the weekend that I want to start wearing swimsuits with everything. Especially swimsuits that double as a bodysuit, with a chic skirt and a hat (this green lushness is my backyard but I’m convinced this outfit will look just as great in jungles and by pools and seasides alike).

Yet- with all of this vacation mindset (and swimsuits), this is also a time when I stick to classics- maybe it’s all the time with my mom (which I love), or maybe it’s the classics let you play a bit more (aka classic colors and polka dots with a sheer like skirt).

It’s Black, White, and Green all Over.

a woman in a lush green setting wears a white with black polka dot bathing suit with a sheer black skirt over and a straw hat
a woman in a lush green setting wears a white with black polka dot bathing suit with a sheer black skirt over and a straw hat

I’m looking forward to the upcoming summer months. And vacations. And wearing swimsuits with everything. And there’s a part of me that’s looking forward to having a weekend that’s a bit more classical. Am I the only one who’s was reminded of Dr. Seuss with this title? This big birthday weekend always makes me think about my childhood and what I want for the next year. As a kid I loved Dr. Seuss, in fact the night that my little sister was born, when my parents dropped me off with a family friend, I made the mom of the family read Green Eggs and Ham to me at least 100 times (if not 100 times more than that). The thing is- I love a classic. And I love mixing a classic up- aka wearing swim suits with everything. In the coming year, I hope that there’s a lot of both. Classics. Mixing it up. Trying new things. sticking to what works. Finding things that make em smile.

This weekend I’ll be in IG a lot, sharing our celebrations, sharing what I’m wearing, both classic and with a twist. And I’ll be spending the next few weeks thinking and planning where all I can wear a swim suit. Especially the white and black ones. Especially where it’s green!

Wishing you and yours a happy Mother’s Day, or that it lands gently for you, and hoping that your classics pair well with all your twists. Linking this outfit below for your shopping pleasure!

XO RA

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A woman in lists, green background with a black and white polka dots with a black sheer skirt and a straw hat