Happy Tuesday friends! I’m taking a quick break today from honeymoon posts to share a floral jumpsuit in Ansonborough that I snapped a few weeks ago. I was in the Ansonborough neighborhood for a Neely & Chloe pop-up (in love with this purse!) at Zero George before heading to a fun dinner at Stella’s. So I decided to get a bit dressed up and take a few photos of my outfit.
This floral jumpsuit is by one of my favorite designers, Rebecca Taylor. I can always count of her to make me want to buy everything in her spring and summer collections. I always think jumpsuits are a win (as seen here and here) because they can so easily be worn during the day and at night so they are a no-brainer piece to have in your closet!
In addition to being excited to wear this jumpsuit all summer long (and into the fall with a military jacket), I’m really looking forward to carrying this white tote bag all season (also comes in red). I simply adore the scalloped edges and love that it doesn’t cost hundreds of dollars. The blue lining is such a fun pop of color without making the purse too loud. I love a purse that’s sturdy, durable, and fits my laptop too. Check, check, check! I also like these two straw purses from Draper James: one, two.
My flat espadrilles are from the Margaux x MDS Stripes shoe collaboration from last summer. I love both all-American brands, MDS Stripes and Margaux, so the collaboration was a match made in heaven for me. If you’ve never tried a pair of Margaux shoes before, then I highly suggest you do. Or at least put the brand on your radar. They are known for their ballet flats, which are just as comfortable as they are chic. The ballet flats come in a bunch of colors too! I also love their “classic” shoe.
Get my Floral Jumpsuit in Ansonborough look:
Photography by Edwin Eversole