Weekly Window Shopping

This Tory Burch dress is a great summer work dress. The sleeves and relatively high neckline keep in office appropriate, while still being very chic and fashionable. This would be a great dress to wear if you have a date or a happy hour after work, because it would be so easy to change up you shoes and accessories to take it from work to night out.

We lost a beautiful soul this week. Kate Spade brightened so many people's lives through her fun and whimsical designs. RIP. The Sam bag is one of her iconic handbag styles. This beading design makes the bag perfect for spring, summer, and fall. The pink playing across the neutral colors keeps the bag versatile and fun.

Another adorable blogger collaboration line. I love how this simple top combines gingham and ruffles, two of my favorite things. The cut of this top is very flattering, and the black and white gingham can be worn for day or night. During the day I would pair this top with some bright solid colored shorts, like coral or red, and at night I would wear it with white skinny jeans and wedges. Because it's a simple top, you can have a lot of fun with accessories. I think it would be fun to wear with some bright statement earrings.

I don't think any woman can ever have too many solid navy tops in her wardrobe. Navy is such a classic color and it pairs well with almost any other color. The ruffles on this top add a feminine touch. This top is incredibly versatile. It can be dressed down with a pair of white shorts, or it can be worn to work with a khaki pencil skirt. The options are endless.

I was a little disappointed with most of the Draper James new releases this week. This lemon blossom print was the only print that really wowed me. I love how the background of the print is a classic blue and white stripe. The lemons really pop against the stripes, and the ruffled neckline is a gorgeous detail. I would pair this dress with white or nude sandals or espadrilles for the perfect summer look.
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