The Traveling Everlane

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 Zara leather leggings (very similar and inexpensive pair here), All Saints booties (similar), Everlane Silk top, Haute Hippie Leather jacket (another less expensive option), Ray Ban sunnies, Celine bag, Dana Rebecca necklaces

Well I am finally back stateside and it is Friday! Such a good feeling to finally be home and settling back into normalcy and routine. Our trip was one I will never forget! I laughed yesterday because traveling with a friend is really risky- you either come back closer or wanting to kill each other. Luckily, Molly and I are the first option. She was such an amazing travel companion! Really easy going, didn’t get too frustrated when I got us lost on few occasions, enjoyed the local cuisines with me, knew how to keep me calm when I lost my phone (yes that happened), and made me laugh so much my belly seriously hurt. She is such a great addition to my life in Dallas that I am bursting with happiness! Good girlfriends are seriously the best!

Throughout our trip I wore really comfortable clothing. We did so MUCH damn walking it is nuts I gained 5lbs…I guess that explains how much we indulged in the amazing cuisines. I used to try to look really cute when I would travel. Comfort wasn’t important, fashion was. I ended up with many blisters, tears, and a husband who was quite annoyed with all of my complaining. I have since learned that comfort is key. So instead of those really cute new loafers I bought which still need to be broken in, I will wear my Nike sneakers. And instead of that new and really unpractical sweater I can’t wait to show off, I will wear silk button-up’s and a baggy jacket. Again, comfort is key!

Since I have a serious love for silk button-ups I don’t mind investing in them. I have tried every brand of button-ups: Equipment, Gap, Urban Outfitters, Theory, Club Monaco, Zara, ect. I am not lying when I say I might have at least 50 but only wear four. This is because it is nearly impossible to find a button-up that fits boobs bigger than a B cup. I want a button-up that is slightly blousy, but not so blousy I have no shape, and one that doesn’t pull at the buttons. Sounds easy to find, right? WRONG! This is a search that has continued through many years and many dollars spent. Have you ever noticed the broad range button-ups come in? Either you pay an arm and a leg for silk that will probably fit one size too small or you pay for cheap polyester that has no shape nor feel. I was extremely frustrated with my search until I received an e-mail from Everlane.

Everlane is an online shop that you can sign-up to be a member and shop the goods. And do they have goods! Their Petra tote has a two year waiting list and has been seen on dozensssss of celebs. The tote is amazing but let me chat to you about how great their silk blouses are. I first wore their t-shirts and stocked up on them a few years ago. I was unaware they sold silk blouses until that fateful e-mail. Holy excitement!!!! They offered to send me one to try out, which I totally took them up on. Once it arrived I went to the computer and bought THREE MORE (see how I wore another color here)!!! Not only do they fit perfectly, they are so wallet friendly it is a crime not to buy them. 100% silk blouses for $80! Usually these sell for upwards of $250+! They have the most perfect shape and soft feel, I am never shopping for them anywhere else again! I hope you check them out and they are able to fulfill your blousy needs!

this post was NOT sponsored by Everlane I just had to share my love and excitement for them! They are not paying me to say any of this…these blouses are just.that.great!!! Hope you love them as much as I do!

photography by molly miller

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