Ellie Mae Jacket.

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jacket // camisole // jeans // bag // heels

Happy Monday! This was a really fun weekend. On Friday night I stayed in binge watching Billions (I just started watching the second season – it is so so good – the most amazing cast and a great plot). On Saturday my sister and I went shopping – she is speaking on a panel in Atlanta next week so I helped her pick out shoes (she went with these!)  And then my kitchen islands came from IKEA… so more #adulting and furniture assembly. That evening, my bff and I were treated to some pampering via Nexxus and then went to the premiere of House of Z (the new Zac Posen documentary). It was so good! Zac has gotten a bit (understatement) of a bad rep in the fashion industry… this made me feel a lot more compassionate toward him and want to see him succeed. I definitely recommend seeing if if you can.

I left Sunday open which turned into a yummy ramen lunch at Ippudo (my first time – howww!? Those pork buns!) and a fun afternoon in the city. I say this a lot but the weekends where you don’t have real, scheduled plans always end up being my favorite… spontaneous plans are always the best kind.

But anyway. Have you heard of Ellie Mae? I love their jackets so much. Each piece is so unique and chic but the yellow pattern + blush faux leather trim on this one really spoke to me. I paired it with simple favs… this pretty cami and my go-to-skinny jeans.

Outfit Details: Ellie Mae Bijou Dobby Striped Jacket c/o // Tibi Camisole // Rag & Bone Skinny Jeans // Manolo Blahnik Pumps // Chloe Bag // Julie Vos Earrings // Julie Vos Pendant Necklace // Julie Vos Cuff // Julie Vos Bali Link Bracelet

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photography by Lydia Hudgens.


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  1. Ramen is my fave! If you’re ever in DC you have to check out Sakuramen.
    x0x0 Caro http://thecarolove.com/

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  2. I love this jacket on you! It’s such a simple outfit but one that is timeless and chic- my favorite kind.

    And I cannot wait to see more of your apartment. It looks so glamorous.

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  3. Loving the short crop of the jacket!

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

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  4. This jacket is SO chic! I love how it can be paired with basically anything. Happy Monday, Grace!

    Pink Champagne Problems

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  5. LOVE the jacket on you, Grace! Sending lots of love. <3

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  6. Love the jacket, so pretty and unique!

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  7. So chic, lady! Sounds like a great weekend!

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  8. Nikki:

    My kinda outfit… you look great!

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  9. weekends with no set plans are indeed always the best and love the print of that jacket.


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  10. Natali:

    Always looking flawless, so glamorous and chic! Love your jewellery and jacket, they’re top notch!


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  11. That’s a gorgeous jacket! I love the colours! And I’m glad you had a fun weekend.

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  12. I love your outfit, it’s wonderful!

    I hope you’ve had a lovely start to your week!

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  13. Love how laid back but chic this outfit is!! 🙂 Love, love, love your bag too!


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  14. omg ipuddo is the best!! if you didn’t also try the chicken buns, you gotta get back there asap because they are deeeelish. Glad you had such a great weekend. Can’t wait to see the next apartment update!

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    • I didn’t try the chicken buns! Thank you for the suggestion, I will have to get those next time! xx

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  15. Alison:

    I love Billions, finally just got caught up on Season 2! The cast really is great, such a fun, unexpected mix of strong film, tv, and theater actors (and just tonight someone I know popped up in a small but important role — I will have to pump him for dirt from the set!). It seems like they can get lots of great people to just come and play, whether they’re regulars or just doing a short stint. Sometimes I get a little frustrated of futility of it (nobody is too sympathetic, and it feels like an endless game where they just take turns landing blows against each other), but it’s never boring and has some great moments.

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    • It’s such a great show! I’m replying to this comment on my way home from Mexico and I can’t wait to get home and snuggle up with a few episodes. (Agree with all of your thoughts/frustrations too – though I still can’t stop watching…)

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  16. Love everything on this post!! so cute!

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