It’s funny how things work out. You meet certain people at the right time. You find that piece you’ve been wanting and you get a discount at the register simply because you smiled and said hello. You make a new friend via Instagram and all of a sudden feel like this person was your long lost jewelry soulmate (looking at you, Lindsay of Endless August).
It’s been a week of craziness. I’ve been fighting a cold all week and it had me temporarily out of commission, so I’ve been running around trying to catch up. I went to an amazing yacht party complete with burlesque dancers and dumplings (one of my favorite appetizers ever), helped a friend with a big closet clean up and met a new client. I’ve also been freaking out a teensy tiny bit about a particular contagious disease that shall not be named (or focused on because I know it will only freak me out more). All the while, I’ve been trying to transition into the cold and windy fall weather.
This romper is probably the last you’ll see of my legs for a while unless we get some warm, sunny days (doubtful, but I’m forever hopeful). The pieces that really made me excited to brave the chilly fall air though were this amazing necklace and ring from Endless August. Jewelry is something that doesn’t really seem to have trouble transitioning. You can wear the same necklace in the fall and spring that you do in the winter and summer. On top of that, you can re-wear most jewelry often without ever getting slightly judgmental looks from your co-workers/the barista who you see way too much/your mom.
I’m drawn to pretty and playful pieces that make a statement. I’m also drawn to things that don’t cost an arm, leg and potentially your first born child. That being said, I adore Endless August. I’ve already got my eye on a few pieces like this, this and this and have a feeling you’ll love the company too.
The amazing Lindsay of Endless August even offered free shipping for all the readers of Lace and Combat Boots (told you she was great). All you have to do is use the code LACB at checkout. Doing a little shopping will definitely help to get your mind off the cold!
Photos by Guerrilla Photography