I am a sucker for seersucker, as evidenced by this three part series. I almost passed on this adorable off-the-shoulder seersucker romper, but I'm so glad I didn't! It's from Charming Charlie. I nabbed it when it was 40% off. It is no longer available online, but it may still be at your local store (we still have a few sizes at the Lawton, OK store!)! I wish the tie at the waist was a functioning drawstring and I wish that it came in pink seersucker, but we can't always get what we want, can we?
I paired this precious romper with my trusty open-heeled booties to give it a little edge. They are also from Charming Charlie and they are my favorite.
I "developed" my outfit even more by adding a conversation-starting crossbody! What a snap! All word play aside though, how fab is this camera crossbody? I received mad compliments on it and it's cute as heck! The only drawback is that it won't even hold my phone... It's just so dang cute though, I don't even care! This bag is also from Charming Charlie! It isn't listed online right now, but check back, or check with your local store!
This romper pairs perfectly with Charming Charlie's statement earring of the summer: the Austin Earring. They are bold and trendy! I love that they are not overly heavy. In fact, they are quite light for their size. I loved them so much that I bought them in three colorways, and I have my eye on the red, white, and blue pair as well. They are only $12 at Charming Charlie, though similar pairs at a competitor could run you more than $50!
After my husband and I visited the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, we stopped at the Urban Teahouse. We enjoyed some tea and the pleasant ambiance. I also changed into this romper there, like a weirdo #bloglife. They had a huge selection of teas! I had no idea what to pick. I settled on a white rose tea. It was very refreshing!
We did a photoshoot around the teahouse to create these images.
After the shoot, we headed to Penn Square Mall. We perused some shops we do not have in Lawton and I continued to receive compliments on my camera bag!
After a bit, we had a tasty meal at Whiskey Cake. The decor there is eclectic and whimsical. There is a garden outside, from which they presumably source their herbs and greens. Whiteboards and menu inserts herald what local farms their meats and produce come from. The males on the waitstaff wear tight jeans and suspenders. This place is PRETTY DANG HIP for Oklahoma. We sipped some unique cocktails and Patrick sampled something from their extensive whiskey menu. Unfortunately, their menu was going through a bit of a transition for the summer, so a few things we wanted to try were not available. However, we did have some fantastic goat cheese fondue, some lovely salmon, and a yummy falafel wrap. We would definitely visit Whiskey Cake again!
P.S. Has anyone noticed that this series is the first time that I've actually had a sock bun? Took me long enough. This bun is the real deal, constructed with a thigh-high sock. Remember, the bigger the sock, the bigger the bun.
P.P.S. Thanks for sticking it out for three seersucker looks! I hope that I have inspired you to work some of this playful, perfect fabric into your wardrobe (if it wasn't there already!).
P.P.P.S. Thank you to everyone who has visited my site or followed along with Sock Bun Wisdom on Instagram. This Sunday is my blog's one year anniversary! Get stoked for some more fun content then!