Welcome to Simply Caroline! My first blog post!! Ah, I'm so excited. And SO glad you're taking the time to read this! If you want to get to know a little bit more about me and the inspiration for Simply Caroline come "meet" me here!
Since this is my first post, I thought it would be fitting to share this adorable blue dress that so perfectly depicts my style. I fell in love with it the moment I saw it. Unfortunately, they don't sell this color anymore but I'm linking the two other colors they have, navy and white seersucker, you can't go wrong with either IMO! (They're also ON SALE right now) This dress is perfect for any summer occasion and its definitely a wardrobe staple for me.
The bow on the back gives it such sweet charm and can be tied in the front as well. And yes, it has pockets! (insert praising hands emoji)
I am a HUGE advocate of versatile accessories and pearls are always my go-to. (you will quickly learn that about me;) This monogramed scalloped clutch is perfect for any outfit, dressy or casual. It adds character to your look and can be accessorized in any season. My KJP bracelet is a about a year old and is currently not being sold. BUT, you can shop the silver option of the same bracelet here!
My shoes are a staple I think every girl should have for 3 reasons. 1) They’re nude. Their versatility goes without saying. 2) With the low, block heel they are so comfortable to walk or stand in for long periods of time. 3) They can easily be transitioned from summer to fall. So you will get plenty of wear out of them. Shop them here!
I wanted to add this more casual look in here just as a second option. I love these Jack Rogers x Draper James sandals! They're so fun and classic and would look just as good with the white seersucker.
Thank you so much for reading my first post of many here on Simply Caroline!! I can't wait to connect with you and hopefully this can be a space that inspires you. Feel free to leave a comment if you have any questions or would just like to say hello!
Incredible photos captured by Brittany Cruse Photography