Lovely and Southern

Everyday Out and About

Savannah Welch1 Comment


Today the girls had tennis, and it was so hot you could barely breathe.  I just can’t get myself in fall shopping mode yet.  It is tough when you’re walking to your car and feel sticky from all the “muggy” heat.  That does not help me think of cute cardigans and pants.  I am doing some shopping and fall looks will be coming soon. 

In the mean time, while us southern ladies are still battling the heat, this is my go to choice for running errands with my girls.

I love a comfy, cute tee shirt that I can front tuck. I prefer a looser fit.  Front tucking is my new favorite style.  I feel like it gives your outfit a little something “extra”, and you can display a cute belt.  It also breaks things up a little.  

Denim shorts are my go to.  I love denim!  I just started wearing this brand this summer and I am hooked.  They are so soft and have a loose relaxed feel and vintage look.  These shorts can be dressed up or down.   I chose a very casual look today because I knew I would be sweating to death at the girls tennis lesson.  But you could pair them with a cute sandal to give them a dressier look. 

When wearing denim shorts I am on the belting bandwagon.  Lane (my husband) bought me this gorgeous belt in Charleston while on vacation this summer and I wear it constantly.  A belt really polishes up a denim short.

If I am running errands I always go for comfort when picking which shoes are best for my outfit.  Today I could not resist my pink sneakers!  I love pink, especially the light blush shade.  These Adidas are so comfortable.  They feel like you are walking on clouds.  

In my everyday running with the girls or running errands, this is what I usually like to wear.  It is comfortable, but I still feel pretty and fashionable.  Enjoy your week!

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Tee Shirt- Here

Denim Shorts- Here

Belt- Here Similar Here

Pink Sneakers- Here 

Backpack- Here this is a newer style (mine is no longer available)

Earrings- Here

Gold Bracelet - Here