How do you scratch your itch for fall when it's 90 degrees? Olive cargo shorts in place of a cargo jacket or olive jeans. Booyah.
I took my first solo trip with Addie in this outfit, sans Benson. We trekked an entire 8 minute drive to the pediatrician's office. Do we know how to live it up, or WHAT? Okay seriously though, I was a little nervous about it, but it went really well. So well that we stopped by Target on the way home. (Gotta start 'em on Target young!) And then, just as I thought we were killing it she completely melted down later that night screaming bloody murder for an inconsolable 20 minutes. All to our neighbors' delight.
Oh, and I missed the memo about milk collecting in the skin folds under babies' chins. Only learned about it after Addie's face smelled like rotting cheese for a couple of days. I asked a friend about it who pointed me to the horror growing in Addie's chin folds. Pretty much exactly that--rotting, moldy cheese. #momoftheyear
On that lovely note...ummm, style...? I'm suuuuper glad to be reunited with one of my all-time favorite pieces, this lace tank. I can wear it in multiple seasons with more or less layers over it. Read a little more about why a top like this is awesome in this old post "Shabby to Chic: Buying the Right Pieces" and see the ways I've worn it in the past here.
Links to Shop:
Top: Target (similar, similar, similar)
Cardigan: Tilly's (similar, similar)
Shorts: Old Navy (exact?, similar, similar, similar)
Shoes: Target (similar)
Necklace: Forever 21 (exact--sold out online, maybe in stores)
Bag: c/o Lily Jade (exact) | my review of it here