Dress Code: Las Vegas, Days 2 & 3

imageMy Vegas trip continued with a couple more cute outfits. During the day, I wore my white Gap boyfriend jeans with a new $8 white C’est la Vie t-shirt from Old Navy. It was a million degrees, so the all white combo kept me cool while I was walking around and gambling. I added my trusty fedora that I bought at a street fair in Huntington Beach, my Tory Burch sandals, and my C. Wonder clutch. Of course I had to pose in front of the flamingos at The Flamingo.



For the evening, I was finally brave enough to wear this backless leopard print tank that I bought at last year’s Nordstrom Anniversary sale for $17. Since the arm holes are low and the back is open, I needed something to wear under it that provided some coverage. I found the perfect cropped neon pink cami at Forever 21. I wore the same Joe’s Jeans I wore the night before, but added my Coach wedges, Kendra Scott necklace and my gold glitter Kate Spade clutch. It was a fun going- out outfit, and it included my favorite things… hot pink, glitter, and leopard.

imageFor our last day and plane ride home, I recycled the white boyfriend jeans from Gap and wore them with a cute silk patterned sleeves top that I found on the sale rack at Nordstrom for $30. Again, I added my fedora, Tory Burch sandals and C. Wonder clutch. I don’t know what Brian did when he took this picture, but I look like I lost 20 pounds. Yes, please!


I had such a great time on this trip! I am going to post some of my travel and packing tips later this week, but my most important tip is to always travel with people who make you laugh! This is my absolute favorite picture from the whole trip! Duane and Brian are forever friends and always keep me laughing!

Homework: What is your best travel tip?


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