Thank you for sticking with me this week as I continue to do a breakdown of what I wore to Lucky FABB. Day One was so much fun, but it was such a full day that I was completely wiped out. FYI, walking around in stilettos from 7:30am-6pm is NOT a good idea. I think I may have even fractured my toe as a result. With the first day behind me, I decided to dress a little more relaxed for Day Two. Although I still opted to wear heels, the Jessica Simpson gladiators I wore were much more comfortable that the ones from the day before.
The SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills is such a beautiful hotel. Even though the temperature wasn’t as warm as I would have liked for it to be, I was excited to see that our brunch would be held outside. It was so pretty out there. All of the girls had on the most gorgeous and bright spring colors, fitting for our surroundings. My outfit of choice for the day was a dress I purchased while in London in March. I got it from a store called & Other Stories. This was my first time ever seeing this store in London. I was very disappointed to find out that they do not deliver to the U.S. The dress is the most vibrant tangerine color I’ve ever seen, and I’m so glad I wore it because it was PERFECT for an outside spring brunch. I added nude touches to ensure that I didn’t do anything to disturb the color of the fabric and used my fedora as a touch to set off the casual flow of the silk. This dress is so comfortable!
Here’s my look:
*Photos taken by Megan Elliott of Lush to Blush
Isn’t that color the prettiest?! I just love this dress and could not believe how comfortable it was. When I saw it, I knew I had to have it!
This is what I wore to Lucky FABB for an outside spring brunch, what would you wear?
Until next time!