Party in Palazzos

If you know me at all by now, you know how much I love cute clothes that feel like PJs. This is pretty much palazzo pants in a nutshell. They’re loose and comfy, yet totally chic — just how I like it. I found these at Rolling Rack Boutique (told you I’m obsessed), and fell in love immediately. Because like how could I not?

Since these pretty pants have such a fun, colorful pattern, I opted for a simple black Piko crop top (also from Rolling Rack — they totally have me under their spell), a lacy peach bandeau peeking out from underneath, and my go-to nude wedges. I’m just now noticing that this is exactly how Rolling Rack styled the crop top on their site, but I guess that’s what happens when you buy all the clothes they have. I can’t be creative all the time, guys [insert hair flip emoji here]. ANYWAY, to accessorize, I went with little gold details in my clutch and jewelry, and a pop of color with my blue mirrored sunnies.


Things I need to talk about:
-My mismatched earrings. One is front-back style and spells out “love” and one is a heart stud! I’m kind of in “love” with them… I’m embarrassing, just ignore me.
-My adorable little arrow ring from my girls at Lilli & Tori — as if it wasn’t cute enough, it’s adjustable so you can wear it as a midi ring or normal ring. Pretty and practical.
FLASH TATTOOS. Can’t get enough. If you don’t know about these temporary tats, you need to stalk their site like, yesterday. They’re inspired by jewelry, last about 4-6 days (mine lasted over a week!), and are so. much. fun.
Piko Crop Top: Rolling Rack Boutique | Palazzo Pants: Rolling Rack Boutique | Wedges: Target (similar) | Clutch: Tory Burch | Sunnies: Ray Ban | Earrings: eBay (similar) | Cuff Bracelet: CUSP by Neiman Marcus | Arrow Ring c/o Lilli & Tori | Stackable Rings: H&M | Temporary Tats: Flash Tattoos | Nails: Essie (Blanc)

I wore this look to the Sip.Selfie.Shop Event last week hosted by Charleston Shop Curator, Finicky Filly, and Haute Hanger. Since all the Charleston blogger babes were going to be there, I knew I had to put my party pants on. Literally. Check out my favorite photos from the night below!

{ the event had “selfie” in the name, so how could we not? }

{ some of my favorite ladies! such a fun night! }

What do you think of my printed palazzo look?

5 thoughts on “Party in Palazzos

  1. These look stunning on you! I always feel like I wouldn’t be able to pull of such a loud pattern on my lower half… But I do love the overall appeal of the palazzos. Glad you had so much fun!

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