Hello and welcome to my blog, Tweed and Lace! I started this blog because I have an obsession with all things fashion and I’m anxious to use my creativity to share my fashion journey with anyone interested in following along! The name”Tweed and Lace” represents my masculine meets feminine approach to style. Half of my closet is full of structured tweed blazers while the other half is full of feminine dresses (and who doesn’t love a lace dress!?). While fashion is my main interest, I love trying new beauty, skin care, and hair care products so expect to see posts here and there about my top picks. I also live in the Washington DC area so I will also share my favorite places to eat and drink.
These pictures were taken near my parent’s home over Mother’s Day weekend. My parents live in a small town about an hour outside of the city. It is an area I have come to appreciate coming back to since leaving the nest 9 years ago. The surrounding area is very wide open full of farm land, trees, and anything else you would picture a small town to be. It is a quiet little town and I love coming back to visit.
Ok, so this outfit. I definitely dote the bohemian look every now and again, especially during the weekend. I love how the kimono makes a casual look appear more elevated. It is also a great transitional piece to wear as the temperature starts to drop in early fall. I got this kimono at Pacsun last year but I love this similar version. Underneath, I wore a tube top from Free People which has come in handy as a simple undergarment layering piece. Is it me or are ripped jeans the most comfortable jean? I bought these on sale at Free People a few years ago but I found a similar version at Neiman Marcus here. The shoes are Dolce Vita and are also old but I love these Sam Edelman booties that are super comfortable and would be a great alternative with this outfit for fall.
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