You may have read a past post a few weeks ago where I expressed frustration over loving the look of layering on top of a button-down shirt, but hating the feel. The perfect solution? When a dress does the layering for you, and eliminates the bulk. I love this dress in that it’s super comfortable (the top feels like a t-shirt) but still has a sense of polish to it, especially with the accompanying slip and the added length to the back.
Anthropologie dress | J Crew shoes (old, but love this season’s gold sandal) and earrings (similar here) | Tory Burch handbag (similar here) | Anthropologie cuff (sold out, similar style and price point here) | Banana Republic necklace | Kate Spade sunglasses
I’m not sure if it’s the weather or St. Patrick’s Day yesterday, but I was in the mood to prepare something green and fresh (well, as fresh as possible this time of year) for dinner. And even I need an alternative to Brussels sprouts every once in a while. I spotted this pretty vegetable dish out of the Good for You cookbook (link here) and modified it a bit for a light and delicious accompaniment to burgers on the grill. I’ve included the recipe below.
We had a weekend free of birthday parties (which is rare at our kids’ ages, it seems), so we decided to spend a leisurely morning at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. Taylor and Ella used to go to a school nearby so they had the opportunity to visit often, but they haven’t been back since they’ve moved on to new schools. It was fun to see them explore the Garden and watch as certain parts of the grounds sparked their memories (including Tayor telling us that once he fell in the water when looking at the Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture!).
Ella’s outfit details and links: Boden dress and tights | Gap shoes (similar here)
Taylor’s outfit details and links: Boden top | Gap pants | Tsukihoshi shoes
Kerry’s outfit details and links: Boden vest | Anthropologie top | Banana Republic pants | Tory Burch shoes (similar here) | Boden sunglasses