There’s nothing I love better than a pulled together wardrobe that I can mix and match, feel confident and feminine and have fun doing what I love to do. #WhatMovesMe is wearing things that make me feel like ME. They not only make me feel beautiful and feminine and a little sexy, but also smart within the likes of my wardrobe. Getting pieces that I not can only wear together but mix with other pieces is smart. I recently got to team up with Banana Republic to share what moves me, and this is one of the things that moves me with style and fashion: creating and building a smart wardrobe that defines you and YOUR style.
This light and airy floral peplum blouse from Banana Republic is casual enough to be paired with jeans or denim shorts, or mix it up with white jeans for a casual dinner, or for an even dressier look for maybe Sunday brunch, white slacks. It has a sash around the waist and has the perfect amount of feminine flair.
Denim shorts is a must have in any summer collection. These from Banana Republic fit me perfectly! They weren’t too short, too long, not too baggy, and made me feel confident and sexy. I assure you, I’ll be LIVING in these. This may be the first time you see them on me, but they will definitely not be my last. Be forewarned! I love them!
Neutral wedges go with everything. I love to wear wedges with my shorts because I happen to be vertically challenged, so anything with a little height helps! But wedges like these can be worn with other shorts, with pencil skirts or dresses, even capri jeans.
The floppy hat just goes. It goes to the beach. It goes to the park. It goes to the pool. It really can go anywhere. It’s that piece of flair that says SASS.
When you find pieces to wear that make you feel confident and stylish at the same time, and smart with your collection of pieces, I call that Fashion On Purpose. It’s #WhatMovesMe. #BRMovesMe.
I’ve pulled these pieces I shared with you to shop for yourself. I definitely will be wearing this look and mixed and matched on my upcoming summer vacation!
This post is sponsored by Banana Republic.