Casual and comfortable was the name of the style game this past weekend. After our long, whirlwind weekend in Buenos Aires, the hubby and I needed a little R&R. We spent most of the weekend just meandering around Rosario and enjoying the incredible spring weather.
This outfit was perfect for such a weekend. I’ve been meaning to feature this pink jumper in a more casual outfit for awhile, now. (See the dressy outfit, here.) But I didn’t get around to it until this weekend! This has been one of my favorite “casual but still stylish” outfits as of late. And the soft pink matched perfectly with the roses that are blooming in full force right now.
With this lovely weather we’ve been having, it also means that the parks are FULL. I couldn’t find an empty bench to save my life. But, when wearing jeans, you can just plop yourself wherever! (Isn’t this park GORGEOUS right now??)
My husband was also kind enough to buy me a massive cotton candy because it matched my outfit, haha. I’d say he’s a keeper! (He by no means minded eating it with me after these photos, though, haha!)
And for this weekend, I’m not sure what we’ll be doing yet. Halloween isn’t quite as big of a deal in the Southern Hemisphere. But just in case we do end up doing something, I’m working on a little post featuring some fun, last-minute costume ideas that I’ll publish on Friday!
Do you have any fun plans for this weekend? And what’s your favorite “casual yet stylish outfit?” Let me know in the comments!
Where to find it:
Jumper: Review Australia (Now, comes with a bit of lace detail. Also available in grey or cherry print. FYI – prices are in AUD.)
Jeans: Judy Blue Jeans (Also available in extended sizes.)
Flats: Amazon (They run small, size up at least a half size.)
Bag: ModCloth (Sorry, it’s sold out.)
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