When we were in Montana, we decided to go to Big Sky, it is a ski resort and a beautiful place to explore in the summer. On our way, there were so many amazing views and interesting places to stop and explore. My family owns a construction company (click here to check out their website) that has been around for many generations so when we came across this lumber yard we made sure to see what it was all about! It was such a cool place to explore and I loved watching my dad and my brother walk around and examine what they had! I decided, why not do a photoshoot of my own? There were these awesome framed mini buildings made with the lumber the company sold, check them out below! A photo I took of my dad (who owns the company now) and my brother (who is taking over the company) is at the bottom as well!
This top is a unique take on a basic white t-shirt, there are cutouts around the neck making a halter top feel. I really like how it is a little different than all the other basics out there, it is only $27 and comes in 3 colors! It goes with everything and it will definitely be a staple in my closet! I have been obsessed with tying my shirts up recently because I like that it adds some shape to a boxy fit garment, but it can also be worn untied. This skirt is super comfortable and perfect for fall. The asymmetrical hem and the buckle/tie are so unique, moving into the cooler weather I will be wearing it with a long sleeve top or a bodysuit and cardigan with booties or riding boots! It is only $43 and it fits true to size, I am wearing a medium. Links to purchase this whole look are below! Hope you are having a great Monday!