What I wore: Cut-out Flower Top C/O Oasap, Forever 21 Blue Pants, Dooney & Bourke Bag (vintage), Sam Edelman Flats
Where I wore it: We thought Saturday was going to be a wash, so we decided to head to the Indianapolis Museum of Art and hole ourselves up for the afternoon. Luckily, when we got there, the rain held off long enough for us to take in the beautiful grounds and snap some photos.
As much as I’d love to start wearing cozy sweaters and sip Pumpkin Spice Lattes, I’m still in summer mode because it’s still hot and sticky here in Indianapolis. So I’ll stick with my iced green teas and breezy summer tops for at least a couple more weeks . I am in love with this flower cut-out top from OASAP. It’s light, comfortable, and I was surprised how well-made it is. Have you ever checked out OASAP? They have lots of cute clothes for great prices + free worldwide shipping!
We had a lot of fun at the museum. My favorite exhibit was An American Legacy: Norell, Blass, Halston, & Sprouse, which featured pieces from the fashion designers Norman Norell, Bill Blass, Stephen Sprouse, and Halston, who are all from Indiana!
Sprouse’s designs were my favorite because he worked with Andy Warhol in the 70s and many of his pieces feature Warhol’s designs. I would wear this Warhol flower-inspired dress in a heartbeat:
After the museum, it was about time for dinner, so Chris and I headed to Ichiban for some sushi and ramen.
I’ve gotta say, Saturday was picture perfect