8.23.2017

.teal and orange floral.


I always love to wear a floral print and I just thought this outfit was so playful because how often do you get to sport a backpack?! right?! this adorable backpack bag I snagged during the nordstrom anniversary sale a few weeks back and haven't looked back! I LOVE it. it honestly is HUGE inside and I love the sleek design ;) if I were you .. I'd hop on this backpack train too.




see what I mean about the adorable backpack straps ;) plus the color matched my top which was pretty cool too 




another trend I just won't stop with is the ruffles and bell sleeves! I'll be sharing a ton of pretty options so head to the bottom of my post to see all my picks! :) 






these booties were also from the nordstrom anniversary sale and I'm so happy with them! the only thing is, you've got to wear socks ;) maybe not these particular ones (because ew they're showing!) ;) but I had blisters from the first time I tried breaking them in - new leather and bare feet AND the parade of homes do not mix. learned my lesson there. so socks it is! ;) 




Nordstrom Rack top, old // Nordstrom bag // Franco Sarto booties // Abercrombie jeans // sunglasses 



thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed the look and let me know if you try the backpack trend??? I just think they're really functional too! especially as a mom - how practical to have a fuss free way to hold your bag! 

xo, Jensyn

4 comments:

  1. I am so tickled pink you linked up with us! This outfit is so stinking cute and it just makes me crave fall even more! I wanted to tell you, I am hosting next Wednesday over at the blended blog and you are going to be included as one of my favorites! Have a beautiful day!

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  2. This look is simply sensational! Love skinny boots with boots.

    We have many values in common and a similar taste for country things.

    Let me just introduce myself a little more. My name is Aline and I´m a Catholic fashion blogger from Rio Grande do Sul, the most Southern brazilian State, without the stereotypes that sell from Brazil to other countries. In Rio Grande do Sul, we not have "carnival, samba, hot weather, and tropica beaches". We have cold weather, snow, an Argentine and Uruguayan culture, the gaucho culture. Well, you can see Rio Grande do Sul is similar to Texas, Georgia, Virginia, Tennessee, Colorado, and South/Dixie/West in USA. Our gauchos are the US cowboys.

    Wife and mother of 4 children. I'm a lawyer and teacher also.

    Aline Brodbeck
    www.blogfemina.com | My Instagram profile

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