It’s been a week y’all! Thanks to my gals at SHEIN, I was well equipped with cute and comfy outfits to get me through some crazy times. All that being said, each outfit from this week is so affordable and versatile for the colder months ahead. Each of these looks could be styled a number of ways, for whatever the rest of your 2020 has in store. Whether it be a family dinner date, a work from home office look, a fall activity weekend, or a casual day relaxing and watching football, SHEIN has ya covered.
I honestly can’t believe it’s already time to say goodbye to summer 2020. Although this year has felt like one insane shit storm after another, summer was still enjoyable here. I got a lot of extra time with Mac, not being able to travel as much, and we spent time together as a family. Family time has honestly been the saving grace to 2020. If it weren’t for our loved ones and closest friends, I think we all might be needing therapy sessions on top of a bottle of wine per night.
That being said, you guys know I’m a sucker for fall. Like everyone else, I love the cooler air, the apple orchard and pumpkin patch smells, the sweatshirt weather and fire pit nights. There is truly something magical about fall.
So I thought I’d share a few fall outfit essentials with you guys today, that I recently received from SheIn. Each piece is different from the next, but totally on trend for fall. While it is definitely still hot here, I’ve decided to style these pieces for our current weather. All can easily be transitioned when the true fall season hits.
This past weekend was full of lots of exciting events, especially because it was our 4th wedding anniversary on Thursday. Due to our schedules, we delayed celebrating until Saturday. I decided I should share a little *WEEKEND STYLE UPDATE* with y’all, because the outfits and vibe are worth talking about.
WEARING THE RUFFLE HEM POLKA DOT DRESS FROM SHEIN ($21)
If you follow me on Instagram (@lexwhatwear) you’ve probably already seen the following looks, but for good measure, I’m posting them here too. Thursday and Friday were both quiet nights in, drinking a little wine and celebrating with our little family. Saturday we visited with some friends before packing up and heading to Bowling Green to spend the day with Evan’s parents. That evening, my in-laws watched Mac while Evan and I went out to dinner. An actual date? Yep, it was an actual, out on the town date night, wearing masks of course.
COLORBLOCK TARTAN BLOUSE $21!
We wined and dined at Hickory & Oak in Bowling Green, and it was some of the best food I’ve had in a while. We had a nice bottle of Cab, half a dozen oysters (yum), and steaks of our choosing. We couldn’t leave without getting a side of their brussels and pom frites. Everything was so delicious, we had zero room left for dessert.
We woke up on the farm on Sunday and the guys played golf. Mom got to sleep in a little :) so that was lovely. We hung out for lunch and headed back home for a rainy photo shoot Sunday evening. After our scheduled engagement session was rained out, we came home, ate some pho and hit the sack.
All in all, it was a wonderful and stylish weekend together. I loved every minute of it with my husband and little guy. Thanks for reading (or scrolling), and CHEERS to a great week full of more stylish moments!