That’s a rhetorical question, but perhaps some of you are saying “No way!” or “Yes, mama!”. But whatever your choice, I wore the trenchcoat dress my way. Investing in a quality beige trenchcoat is something I recommend to you right now, and I mean it. Luckily, I brought mine to paris because apparently everyone and their mom owns a beige trench coat. Is it a present everyone in the country receives for one of their birthday? And why the heck hasn’t the U.S. got behind this? Although I’m not one to fit in, I definitely think the beige trenchcoat dress is an essential piece in every wardrobe. So, are you in?
This post sponsored by St. Tropez bronzing lotion! Haha, just kidding! I am N E V E R that tan so when I had put it on that morning I was hoping for a miracle, and it came! Sadly, the majority washed off that night but you got to do it for the ‘gram! This is my last blog posts from the Catahoula Hotel in New Orleans! I loved having each outfit I blogged on (check them out here, here, and here!) in a different spot of this truly beautiful and understated hotel. I 100% recommend a stay there because it’s nice to experience New Orleans away from the French Quarter but still be downtown.
So…umm..these heels are literally one of my most prized possessions and yet, I hardly ever wear them! I think the fear of ruining them stops me,but whenever I do wear them I feel like Barbie. Or maybe her friend, because this gal isn’t blonde. My mother got me these my freshman year of college because it’s the same color as the sorority of which I was a member. I still think my mother was and will forever be more fashion savvy than I…
The trenchcoat dress is from one of my favorite consignment stores in Raleigh, North Carolina (I got this dress there!) during a visit to my grandparents. I always wanted *the* beige trenchcoat, but hadn’t found it, until I found this baby! I took inspiration from when Kim Kardashian wore a trenchcoat dress to Paris Fashion Week about a year ago. Because this coat is a bit oversized, it can be worn off the shoulder. Then you can show a little bit of skin. However, if you’re coming to Paris: take this advice. You will need a slip because I’ve fallen prey to the air blowing up your skirt or dress from the exhaust grates. I’m all for a Marilyn moment, but be aware it may not be super glamorous.