A few weeks back we took a trip to west Yellowstone Park with my side of the family. It included all six of my siblings, my brother’s sweet GF, and my mom’s parents. We all stayed in a huge cabin near the park and had lots of family time.
If you were there, you’d know that I basically wore this ($15) sweatshirt all week. It was freezing outside most of the time we were there (in the 40’s during the day and literally freezing at night) and I didn’t pack many sweaters…. hence why I repeated the same outfit a lot.
Did I mention that it snowed the day after Beckett, Wolfie, and I got there? :\
Why I love it: A sweatshirt like this isn’t something I would usually showcase on my blog. I usually like to wear stuff like this while working out or lounging around the house, but something about the stripes on the arms caught my eye and made this preppy sweatshirt seem special. Then I saw the price and new I had to share it with you.
The shoes are another one of those things that I wouldn’t normally wear, but for some reason I was drawn to their simplicity and laid back style. I was also drawn to the price tag because they are on sale for $15! 😛
Ordering tips: When ordering from Romwe, I suggest you always size up at least one size. I’m wearing a size large in these pictures and it gives me a little room, but I’d say it fits just right. Also, I have to be honest…. I highly recommend ROMWE’s tops and dresses, but admit it’s really difficult to get the correct sizing in the pants because the measurements are difficult to decipher. In addition, I would recommend looking closely at the lengths of dresses because they can be a little short at times. But at those good prices you’ll love what you buy!
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