*Blazer: Bird by Juicy Couture - Similar for $150, Similar for under $100 and love this Rachel Zoe blazer.
*Top: Forever 21 (as seen in my shopping haul post) - now sold out. Similar polka dot top in tan or similar style with the cutest print!
*Jeans: Rag & Bone (you can see them better in my OOTD vlog from last year) - Similar in more of a dusty black or similar in black. I love the Rag & Bone legging jeans. Very comfy.
*Shoes: Gucci Hollywood pump - Here in gold logo and here in black or in black glitter. Side note: I wore a silver version with diamonds of these shoes for my wedding :)
*Bag: Chanel Ultimate Stitch Flap
*Jewelry: t+j Designs Gold and Silver Trio Bangle, Silver Clasp Bangle and Delicate Luxe Rhinestone Necklace. Use GLAM to take 20% off your order of $75 or more.
I'm currently reading The Art of Racing in the Rain, which I didn't even read the description or Goodreads it which I usually do before I read a book, because it came so highly recommended from so many people. I didn't know what to expect except that it was written from the perspective of a dog which I thought I'd really enjoy. Well turns out, I love the book but I can barely get through a few chapters without crying! I have to put the book down and walk away even though I love reading it but I'm continuously crying! I really try hard not to but next thing I know I'm bawling. Hubs can hear me sniffling away and he doesn't even have to look, he knows I'm reading the book. haha! On another note, I found out that I could borrow e-books from the library to read on my iPad which has saved me tons of money! I never was one to borrow actual books from the library and I switched to e-books when I got my Nook 2 years ago (which I still love) so I never looked into borrowing from the library until a few months ago when I stumbled upon the fact that my library had tons of e-books to lend out. They don't have as much as a selection as Barnes and Noble and you do have to get on a waiting list for more popular books, I think I had to be waitlisted for a month for The Art of Racing, but it doesn't bother me to wait. I love it and the best part is, it's free, even the app! My library uses the Overdrive app to read books on iPad and Nook. I'm not sure how other libraries do it, but if you have an iPad/e-reader, it's worth checking out how your library lends out e-books!