When I came across Olive + Pepper’s online boutique I fell in love with fashion again. O+P perfectly pairs chic, vintage-inspired accessories with modern, bohemian styles. I immediately gravitated towards their unique and playful vibe.fullsizeoutput_2b23O+P was kind enough to gift me a few pieces and I am beyond ecstatic to wear them around town. The Black Criss-Cross Midi Dress gives me enough flare and modern style while also minimizing skin so that it’s deemed appropriate for a dinner party or even brunch! The dress can be easily worn with heels or white sneakers for a casual, summer vibe. I love the cinched, off the shoulder neckline that fits snugly around the waist and branches out on the hips to create a flowing, dreamy style. The back features a demure criss-cross cut as well. (It’s currently sold out but will be available again soon!)IMG_3963IMG_3961I received these Vintage Inspired Pearl Sunnies that made my 50’s cat-eye fantasy come true. The Sunnies have a pearl and gem fashion trim with a black base that is SO fun. To complete my Paris Style, I paired these items with my new O+P ‘Paris’ Black Perfume Acrylic Clutch – also to die for. The clutch opens at the top with inside pockets and a black and gold chain. I personally enjoy wearing these accessories with black and white but pairing them with florals, leopard, or stripes would be darling.IMG_3962Seriously, I’m going to savor these pieces forever. If you have a Chanel/Kate Spade meets Free People style, you will be in heaven with Olive + Pepper.

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