Disclosure: The linen cropped overalls in this post were provided to me by Eva Trends. All thoughts about them are honest and completely my own.
Over the past couple of years I have enjoyed doing photo shoots for friends and family and in recent months I have been approached more often about scheduling sessions by others. In fact, I just did a shoot for the most adorable two-year-old this week. I truly enjoy the opportunities to practice my photography skills beyond what I use them for here on the blog. I love the chance to be behind the camera where I have more control and can be more creative. While I have had a photography Facebook page to refer people to over the past year or so, I have been working on designing a website to make this venture more official and professional. I actually started this process awhile ago, but it’s been on the back burner , and to be honest, I have been procrastinating. I finally decided it was time to get serious about it and I am really pleased with my progress and the overall aesthetic of the site. My goal is to have it go live next week. I am telling you – listening to You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life has got me motivated!
Now on to the fashion… I had a blast working with Eva Trends last go around so I was more than happy to collaborate with them again when asked. You can check out my last posts featuring Eva Trends here, here, and here. Today I am sharing the first of three looks featuring items from their summer collection. One of the things I like about Eva Trends is their unique and playful oversize styles. I selected these cotton and linen cropped overalls because I knew they would be quite comfortable and cool. When you live in South Carolina where the humidity is high on a daily basis, clothing that doesn’t stick to you and breathes well is a must for beating the heat. These overalls come in khaki and gray. When looking at the website I thought this particular piece would be lighter in color, but I happen to like the shade of this neutral. It also appears shorter on the model, but I knew since I am vertically challenged it would be more of a cropped ankle length on me. I am a huge fan of the wide legs and slightly slouchy style and love the fact it has pockets in front and in the back. There is just something about pockets that makes me happy! I am typically a perfectly pressed kind of gal, but accepting the fact linen is going to wrinkle goes a long way towards preventing me from feeling as though l look like I just rolled out of bed. Overall (no pun intended!), I am pleased with the design and make of this piece and felt super cute while wearing it!
Tee – Gap
Necklace – NY&Co.
Tote – Vince Camuto
Bracelets – Charming Charlie
Earrings – NY&Co.
Sandals – Franco Sarto
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