I like that J.Crew calls this color (shown as part of their Spring Color Shop) sea-glass green instead of sea foam green. Sea-glass is translucent, frosted, and soft like this color. Sea glass jumps out at you from the neutrals tones of the sand. Sea foam is actually a kind of gross grayish yellow…not a color you’d wear and certainly not the color of these lovely pieces.
Don’t mind if I Do…
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Can’t believe I didn’t discover this until yesterday — because let’s be honest, I’m extremely familiar with most things J.Crew — but if you’ve never seen the J.Crew Wedding Album on their website, it’s worth a look. It combines many of my favorite things including: love stories, beautiful photography, wonderfully happy people, and of course, J.Crew clothing.
Your looks were timeless and your style impeccable. Thank you for setting the bar so high. I love you so much Daddy and miss you every day. Shoutout to kelly green shorts.
Huge supporter of the Team USA Opening Ceremony outfits this Olympics. Blazers, check. Ralph Lauren, check. Nothing says, “Let’s represent what the US is all about,” more than dressing in a navy blue blazer and calling it a day.
Perhaps I just got too emotionally attached to the smell of Fierce in my pre-teen days, but I maintain the position that despite charging a bit too much for garments that are sometimes flimsy, Abercrombie & Fitch still hits some home runs here and there.
Right now I’m particularly admiring this dress: the large floral print, the pretty sash, and of course my favorite color (navy blue) all caught my eye. Whether I’d feel the same way about it in person will remain to be seen.