Alkemie Jewelry

True Food Kitchen

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On Me: (Free People Romper, Camilla Skovgaard Mules, Alkemie Jewelry Choker, Oliver Peoples Sunglasses)

On Sidney: (PINK Skirt, Vanity Tank Top, Derek Lam Sandals)

We headed out to True Food Kitchen for a late lunch on the last day my parents and niece were here.  We came at the right time as the place was pretty empty and we could take lots of photos.  Everyone loves to eat here because they have a wide variety of meals to suit anyone's palate.  My dad had a burger and my mom had tacos.  My niece Sidney had the margherita pizza while my boyfriend and I both had our usual turkey sandwiches.  We all split a salad before our main meal as well.  After this we ran over to Bonnie Brae for some ice cream.  It was a fun and beautiful day!  I am wearing somewhat of a retro look with the vintage looking jumpsuit and mules, while Sidney looks ultra girly and cute with a purple flared skirt and grey embellished top.  Oh, my necklace is actually a snake coiled up around my neck and it is one of my favorites. 

xoxo

Jacqueline

 


Missoni Wedges

Nothing shows off the colorful Missoni print in these wedges better than an all black ensemble.  Silk track shorts from Patterson J. Kincaid combined with a sleeveless silk button down from Kelly Bergin gave off the look of a one piece or romper, which is what I was aiming for in this outfit.  A snake choker hidden under the collar of my shirt from Alkemie Jewelry added a personal touch, while a fringe Jimmy Choo bag showed off my bohemian style.  Oliver Peoples sunglasses were needed as the sun kept peeking in and out from the clouds.  You can subscribe to my YouTube channel to see all my videos.