july wishlist

one large flower crown headwrap // urban outfitters | two fresh off the vine top // modcloth | three unleash the chic heel in poppy // modcloth | four faux-leather mid-wedges // old navy | five the rosy outlook dress // bonne chance collections | six judy blue skies dress in ivory // modcloth

It's July and all this hot, hot heat has me seeing red. Or, poppy rather. I've made my love for summer florals pretty evident around these parts, but I'm craving more. I'm loving lightweight dresses and blouses to keep things cool in the Texas heat, especially in rosy shades with dainty flower details.

I'm always on the lookout for cute, comfortable heels, and both of these pairs appear to fit the bill. I love the bold color and the ankle strap on the ModCloth pair and I've almost purchased the Old Navy pair like ten times. They've gone on sale, but are sold out of my size online. I have a $10 reward for Old Navy, so I guess I need to go track them down in stores!

Also, I want to draw your attention to Bonne Chance Collections. If you haven't checked them out already, you're in for a sweet surprise. They have the most seriously precious dresses, printed in all kinds of things from dolls to dogs. This isn't a sponsored post or anything, I just can't wait til I have enough money to buy every single piece in their shop.


  1. Everything here is lovely, particularly the dresses and red pumps!

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  2. Great picks! Red is such a great color for summer. And I love Bonne Chance Collections!

    xox Sammi

  3. Those modcloth heels! Yes, please.

  4. This is really great, i love that last white dress, perfect for summer fun!

  5. Oh my gosh, the dress on the bottom left (5) is SO CUTE. I love the print, and can see it looking amazing on you!! Can't wait to see what you wind up purchasing...good luck finding those Old Navy sandals - they are so cute!

  6. I love these! I wish number 5 could just appear in my closet!


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