Sunday Funday Style

Hi there.

We made it! Another week in the books. Time is just not slowing down in the least bit, but I'm sorta 'ok' with that. It just means we're getting that much closer to our move to South Carolina. The downside to this move: Christian won't get to see our home until after the season is over. So that just means I'll be back and forth all season long, prepping the home for his return. But a part of me is super excited to get to get some of the design projects done so it's a bit more "put together" and our style. I always like to make sure he has little to do once the season over because he works so stinkin' hard all season long. So if home decor posts interest you, just let me know! I'd be happy to share so long as it's what you'd like to see. 

Let's get to this outfit though and I know what you're thinking. It's not Sunday, but that doesn't mean I can't share some #SundayFunday style inspiration with you, right? A graphic tee is usually always a part of my Sunday #ootd. We usually spend the day running errands, so a look like this (minus the heels, even though they are quite comfortable) is my go-to for Sundays. A pair of white Converse would pair nicely with this look too! And if you're on the market for ripped black jeans, these are the winner. I wear mine like they are going out of style. And now that I've been working out so much, I have to get a smaller pair! Those will be sure to be on repeat though too!

PS: If you're a daily reader of TGGD, then you'll notice that my hair is longer + my ring isn't present. We took these photos a little while back! But ugh, how I wish my hair looked like this now. I've got it cut a few times since and I can't seem to get it back to this cut. #sadface


Top: Nordstrom (Sold Out) | Jeans: Articles of Society | Shoes: Dolce Vita, Similar | Bag: c/o The Providence Story | Bracelets: c/o Betsy Pittard Designs | Necklaces: c/o Betsy Pittard Designs | Keychain: c/o The Providence Story