what I'm eyeing

Some pretty things from around the internets for you today... 

Top row //
This sweater is a great transition piece for fall. Love the neutral color and the light weight.
- I ordered this sweatshirt and can't wait to pair it with white shorts and tortoise shell glasses, like these.
- I've fallen in love with bell sleeves, so this one went right in my cart. I'll take any pretty top in white, please.

Bottom row //
- Of course this dress sold out in the black while I was creating this post, but I actually scooped it up in orange for Clemson games. Comes in blue and blush, too.
- Jumpsuit goals.
- I think I have a problem with tortoise shell sunglasses. I typically go for more a cat eye, but I'm loving the cool look these squared off ones give. And they are only $55. Seriously, check out all the glasses this brand offers... I'm obsessed.
- Just some fun earrings I thought were pretty. Would go great with the dress or the white top linked above. Under $35, too!
- Love a sneaker that would work with jeans and a cute top—and also at the gym. This one fits the bill.
- And another off the shoulder top that I couldn't resist. I just love blue and white stripes.

A few more things...
a crossbody bag that I LOVE
a great summer to fall shoe
my take on the new round sunglasses trend
fun workout pants without being too colorful
another summer to fall transition gladiator sandal
slouchy jeans for the win. (AG is my favorite.)
a perfect and crips (inexpensive, too) blue button down

Tomorrow, I'm sharing my multi-masking routine. Have a fun video for you guys and an awesome giveaway with NuFace


  1. loveee that crossbody bag! xo jillian - cornflake dreams

  2. Must have that white bell sleeve blouse! I'm completely with you - the more white blouses, the better! Everything is so jewel toned this fall so I'm trying to add a bit of that in my closet, but it's tough for me to say no to white!

  3. So excited for fall clothes -- and for long sleeve off the shoulder tops!



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