Instagram Roundup

by - December 09, 2018

I can't believe Christmas is a little more than two weeks away. Our first family get together is next weekend! Have you finished your shopping yet? I've barely even started. Last-minute shopping is kind of my thing, although I'd prefer to describe it as leisurely shopping and savoring the season. While I fill up my online shopping carts with gift ideas, check out what you've missed on Instagram the past couple of weeks.

This shirt is more pink than it appears in the picture. It's relaxed peplum hem is very forgiving and the back has the cutest buttons. I'm wearing a small. My jeans are from back before The Limited took a hiatus but this pair is similar and on sale. Wearing the boots in a size 7 regular. I have a narrow foot and these are almost too narrow for me, so you might want to go up a half size.

I got this lightweight quilted vest during Black Friday sales. It's thinner than the frost free vests, and most importantly for me the collar is smaller. I'm wearing a small. My shirt is from a few years ago but this one is similar. These Aeropostale jeans are supposed to be skinny but for me they fit more like straight-leg jeans. Maybe they'll shrink up some when I wash them. Wearing size 8. I've had these ankle boots for several years, but these are similar.

Sweater (old) - similar | Shirt (old) - similar | Jeans (old) - exact | Boots (old) - similar

I am in love with this ruffle sleeve top. It's on sale for under $20 and comes in several other colors including an adorable green polka dot print. I'm wearing size medium. My utility vest is sold out in green but still available in pink. These are my favorite pair of jeans, and they're on sale for less than $20 right now. Boots are linked above.

Shirt (old) - similar | Vest - exact | Jeans (old) - similar | Boots - exact
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