I had this really lacy scarf that I had trouble pairing with other clothes, but I was wearing this navy blue shirt and I realized the scarf would look great with a monochromatic blue look. With all the lacy decorations, I thought it was busy enough so I didn’t add a necklace.
This outfit it one of my favorite dress outfits. My parents picked it out for me for Christmas and I love how it’s feminine but still professional.
The next couple outfits are very Valentine’s appropriate. I love this soft sweatshirt with velvet “LOVE” detail on the front. This was actually a thrift store find! The necklace has a little heart charm and the center of the pendant is a mirror.
My final Valentine outfit was a gift from my parents. I paired it with the same cardigan I wore with the floral blouse above to bring out the black heart detail in the pattern. This is by Lauren Conrad for the Minnie Mouse collection, which is so cute.
I spent my Saturday of Valentine’s day at Pier 39 in San Francisco. I did a quick drive by back in November, but hadn’t walked around there before. I was reconnecting with someone from college, but I was terribly late because I got stuck in traffic. Therefore by the time lunch came around I was super hungry and didn’t get a pick of the awesome roasted beet salad I had. It’s a good thing I got that salad because my dessert was really indulgent…you can’t go to that part of the city and not go to Ghriadelli. This was their butterscotch sundae, and it was impossible to finish.
Sunday I went to the Napa Valley and it felt like spring time!
How was your Valentine’s weekend?