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The first brand of designer jeans that I ever bought, back in high school, was made by 7 for all Mankind. I remember the way they looked, felt, and the way they made me feel. Like I owned every room. Like a million bucks. Today, there are so many fabulous designer denim brands that I love but I’ll always have a special place in my heart for 7FAM.


When they reached out to me to do a post together, my inner 16 year old (and current 28 year old) had to pinch herself. Sometimes this whole blogging thing isn’t so bad after all. The hours spent writing posts, styling, and shooting outfits often suck up my weekends and work nights but then an exciting partnership like this comes along and it’s all worth it.


I digress. Let’s get to the point, shall we? CLICK TO CONTINUE READING



Last Friday, I joined C.Wonder, Glossybox and a busload of fashion and beauty bloggers for a day in Southampton for the second year in a row (read about last year’s trip here). We hopped on the Jitney in the morning and made it to Chris Burch’s dreamy CLICK TO CONTINUE READING

Sail to Sable Giveaway


It’s officially wedding season. If you’re between the ages of 25 and 35 you definitely know exactly what I’m talking about. We started our wedding season with a bang this weekend at our friend Shannon’s wedding in Upstate New York. She had the loveliest party at an organic farm. The food was exceptional, we drank whiskey gingers out of mason jars, and danced the night away. It was one of those magical nights with a little extra fairy dust in the air.


Sail to Sable Giveaway
With weddings come bridal showers, bachelorette parties, and rehearsal dinners. It can add up if you’re trying to wear a different dress to each event. Luckily, my friends over at Sail to Sable and I have decided to make your wedding season a little bit easier this summer.


Sail to Sable Giveaway
We’ll be giving away a dress of your choice from their site to one lucky Lemon Stripes reader! To enter, CLICK TO CONTINUE READING

Blue Silhouettes


Crop tops are not a thing that I would say I’m comfortable wearing. I mean I’m pushing 30 over here, is it still appropriate to have any part of my midriff showing outside of the beach? Probably not. The only way that I’ll actually wear one is with a super high waisted skirt or pants so that only a sliver of my stomach peeks out. Enter the palazzo pant which does that job quite nicely.


Full disclosure here, as part of my year-long Target campaign, we were asked to pair a drapey pant with a crop top from Target’s selection. I was nervous about this because it’s not really my style. I begrudgingly picked my favorite versions of these silhouettes and was surprised at how much I loved them once I put them on. It’s definitely a different look for me but I’m totally into it!


I love these palazzo pants and tried to wear them other ways but the crop top was the only piece I could pair with them without looking like I was a hippy Grandmother. Any other ideas?