Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Aztec Poncho for Less than $40




aztec poncho (less than $40) // long sleeve ruched dress (in the color "pink adobe heather")
suede boots // Prada Saffiano handbag, similar HERE // wool floppy hat // monogram necklace

If you read my blog post from yesterday, you'll probablyyyyy recognize this exact outfit, haha! Except this time I added a poncho, and I think it makes the outfit look completely different (it also shows how versatile this ruched dress is). Anyway, this $39 aztec poncho was one of my favorite items that I brought with me to Aspen! I love the pattern, the black and grey, and how it goes with virtually any outfit. Believe it or not, we were freezing most of the time in Aspen (especially on the days it snowed) and a few times I threw this poncho on over whatever I was wearing, just to try to keep warm. It ended up going with every outfit!

Ok I need y'all's help! I have been trying to find some new books to read, and I end up starting a book, reading 30 pages and finding it not interesting!! I don't know if it's because there's too much stuff going on in my life right now (sometimes that makes it hard for me to concentrate on a book) or rather if the books I'm choosing are just boring! So if you've read a good one lately, let me know in the comments :)

xoxo

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43 comments:

  1. The Child - Fiona Barton
    Emma in the Night - Wendy Walker
    A Million June's- Emily Henry

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  2. I read My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella recently and it was really good! It was a quick and easy read - just something light hearted which is sometimes necessary to break up the more serious / scary books!

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  4. Have you read any of Diane Chamberlain's books? I wouldn't classify them as psychological thrillers, but they are somewhat suspenseful (there's always some kind of mysterious event/person you're trying to figure out) and I love how they explore relationships in families. I would start with either Necessary Lies or The Bay at Midnight -- LOVED both!

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  5. Your hair loooks soooo amazingly beautiful girl!!! <3

    xo Vanessa from www.Trendique-Magazine.com

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  6. I just finished Lisa Jacksons Whipsers and it was really good. I'll have a review on it posted tomorrow at https://lindzfw.wordpress.com/

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  7. Dan Brown just came out with a new book, “Origin”. I started it and it has been impossible to put down, especially if you’ve liked some of his other books like me.

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  8. The Lying Game (by Ruth Ware) and The Dry (by Jane Harper) were both excellent reads!

    Design by Sydnee | A Lifestyle Blog

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  9. Before the Fall, The Glass Castle, Behold the Dreamers, Little Fires Everywhere, Lilac Girls, The Nightingale...all great reads! I am a major bookworm too :) You should make an account on GoodReads - they show recommendations based on books you have read and enjoyed!

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  10. I'm reading the be well by kelly book and love it! I'm a non-fiction gal. I also LOVE the poncho and the scenery!

    Kim

    http://trendkeeper.me .. $100 BOUTIQUE GIVEAWAY! & Sweater Ideas

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  11. Adore this outfit! And the scenery ahhh so beautiful! I love ponchos for fall, anything that I can wear that is comfy is the best!

    Lauren Emily Lindmark | https://www.dailydoseofcharm.com

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  12. Right now I'm reading It's Always the Husband by Michele Campbell and I really like it. I'm also reading The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey. :)

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  13. Your poncho is such a steal and you're looking gorgeous in this cute Fall outfit!

    https://lartoffashion.com/perfect-coat/

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  14. Since you love mystery/thrillers, you have to read The Marriage Lie by Kimberly Belle. It is SOO good! It's about this husband who dies in a plane crash on his way to a work conference, but the plane that crashes is going in an entirely different direction, so the wife tries to figure out what he was doing on that plane and what he was lying about. You will not be able to put it down! If you want more of a romance read, definitely pick up The Light We Lost. You will cry your eyes out and think about the story for days after you finish it!!!

    LaLa Life 

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  15. Are you a fan of Steven King?
    Joyland and 11.23.63 are some great choices. More so thrillers than scary.

    My friend and I just finished "Before I Go to Sleep" which we read on your recommendation. OMG so good!!!! My friend and I couldn't put it down! Killer twist at the end.

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  16. I just started the Thousandth Floor by Katharine McGee and it's been so good!!

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  17. Have you ever read I am pilgrim by Terry Hayes? I read it two summers ago but it's still my go to recommendation I couldn't put it down. It's a thriller with a couple different plot lines that all come together. Highly recommended!

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  18. I love ponchos for fall! This is my favorite trend!

    Briana
    https://beyoutifulbrunette.com/

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  19. Great poncho. I'm a gaucha, from Rio Grande do Sul (the same culture than Argentina and Uruguay), so poncho is a very familiar piece of our wardrobe.

    Aline Brodbeck
    www.blogfemina.com | My Instagram profile

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  20. I just finished The Breakdown by B.A. Paris and it was amazing!! Also loved Never let you Go by Chevy Stevens.

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  21. I recognize that dress, ha! I'm convinced I need them in every color!

    I also got the T3 curling iron-the one you recommended. I'm excited to try it out!

    xo,
    Amy Z

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  22. All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doer.

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  23. Behind her eyes by Sarah Pinborough!

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  24. I've been having the same issue with books. I have some extra anxiety in my life right now, so a book has to be reaaaallly good to keep my attention and I can't find one that does!

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  25. Hi Cait! We have VERY similar reading tastes and you may have read several of these, but I just put a new post up on my favorite new thrillers. I'm linking it here if you're still in need of suggestions :) Happy reading!!
    http://oneswainkycouple.com/2017/09/fall-reading-list-thriller-edition.html

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  26. You HAVE to read the Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly. It’s really sad, but just an amazing story that we should all know about and is so well written. It made me cry but was so worth it!

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  27. I love your outfit Cait, it's lovely! And so Autumnal!

    I hope you've had a lovely Tuesday,
    Michael
    https://www.mileinmyglasses.com

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  28. It all depends on what you want to read! My favorite book so far this year would be The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. If you want a good true crime recommendation then I'd go with Devil's Knot or Helter Skelter or Columbine. My next to-read thrillers are Fierce Kingdom and Final Girls. Hope this helps - I love reading your book reviews/reccs!!

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  29. I am seriously obsessed with that dress!! I'm a huge book worm so I love sharing some of my favorites!
    Crime Fiction- The Butterfly Garden by Dot Hutchinson (this was a real nail biter that I couldn't put down)
    Romance/Comedy- Alabama Series by J Daniels
    Contemporary Romance - A Family Affair by Mary Campisi
    Contemporary Fiction - One Lavender Ribbon by Heather Burch

    XO - Beth
    www.behindmyheels.blogspot.com

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  30. Ahh, okay, I have to nab that dress now! I love the way it hugs the body, but not too tight. Okay for books, I highly recommend The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch. I must warn you that even for a short book, you'll laugh AND cry so have tissues ready! And if you haven't read it yet, try Heaven is For Real by Todd Burpo and When God Winks by SQuire Rushnell. Both are short, but oh so good! Let me know if you read them! xo

    She Sweats Diamonds

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  31. Ah I neeeed the dress under this poncho!! So perfect for Fall and so many different ways you could style it!

    xo, Allie
    www.champagne-tuesdays.com

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  32. A Grown Up Kind of Pretty is definitely a page turner!

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  33. I received Emma at Night in my September BOTM Club Box. I recommend.

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  34. Hi Caitlyn! I've always loved the book series "The Russians" by Michael Phillips and Judith Pella. Theres about 7 books and they are sooooooo good!! I've read these in high school and they are still one of my favs!

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  35. Hi Caitlyn! I've always loved the book series "The Russians" by Michael Phillips and Judith Pella. It's about 7 books and they are sooooo good!! I read these in high school and they are still one of my favs!!

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  36. Hi!! What size is that monogrammed necklace? Would love to order one for myself!!

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  37. you are looking absolutely amazing, how do you manage to look so fit gurl? I would recommend that you should give a read to Origin. It is new and making a very strong start. everyday i talk about it, I feel like reading it again.

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  38. The Nightingale, New York Times bestseller. Fabulous.

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  39. The Nightingale, New York Times bestseller. Fabulous.

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