Lime Lace at Lucky FABB


Cynthia Steffe dress via Marshalls (Love this printed version);  H&M blazer;  Sam Edelman heels (similar);  Cynthia Rowley bag;  Forever 21 necklace and beltRay-Ban sunglasses

Day two of Lucky FABB was all about a networking brunch, and really, when surrounded by a couple hundred bloggers, editors, and brand representatives, there’s pretty much nothing better than a brunch.  Great food, a little booze, and an all out fashion show?  Count me in.  Joined by my fellow New Voices of Beauty, we got to chat beauty and our experiences so far working with Covergirl, Olay, Pantene, and Secret.  Oh, and then there was the timewe got to chat up (and pose for pictures with) Eva Chen, Lucky Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief and all-around girl crush.  She oozes likability and strongly pushes her motto of “it’s cool to be nice” at every Lucky FABB.  A-OK in my book.

I scored this dress about two days before the conference at Marshalls and was so pleasantly surprised at how well it fit me.  (I swear, if you’re not shopping at Marshalls, you’re missing out on some great finds.)  I thought the morning would be a bit chilly (and boy was I wrong), so I added my favorite-of-the-moment white blazer.  A few neutral and metallic accessories rounded out the bright look.  Who’s excited for more spring fashion?  (Raises hand.)  Have a great rest of your week!

3 Comments on Lime Lace at Lucky FABB

  1. Shannon
    April 9, 2014 at 10:58 am (10 years ago)

    Loving this look – that neon green is such a great color! Literally everything is so great, those shoes…total swoon!
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  2. Berty Morales
    April 10, 2014 at 2:27 pm (10 years ago)

    You look amazing and I am adoring this entire look. That dress is just perfect for the season and love the touch of white. Also the shoes, are just to die for!

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