Hi. I'm Davee.

Welcome to my blog where I document my adventures in style, travel + all things MPLS. Mantra: I'm a firm believer that life is better all the way turnt up (keyword: turnt). Fair warning: I have a tendency to recite rap lyrics as a form of verbal communication (see last sentence for reference).

#WTW to Rock the Garden.

#WTW to Rock the Garden.

photos by melinda guajardo

denim top: rachel comey | leather lace up loafers: schutz | crossbody bag: A+ (@ target) | earrings: there there collective

ok, i should probably rename this blog to "what i would wear to rock the garden if i hadn't already worn this outfit to another event at the walker", but that's a mouthful :D 

last year, i tackled the "what short girls should wear to RTG", but this year, i'm dressing for a gal that just had a baby 2.5 months ago + still has a baby bump + some thigh-touching action going on. in case you're wondering, i'm talking about myself. :D 

in trying to divert your eyes from the ever present jelly belly that is mine, i picked things that were a) roomy b) include an elastic waistband (seriously) and c) had interesting details. e.g. this rachel comey top is both loose-fitting for comfort + stylish with the frayed details. i paired it with an asymmetrical skort that - believe it or not - has an elastic waistband, because in addition to a jelly belly, i guarantee this will also be a beer belly tomorrow. last year in my short girl's guide, i suggested sky high platforms, but since rock the garden has returned to it's original hilly top venue at the walker (and extends into the newly revamped sculpture garden w/a second stage, YAY!), there's no need. so instead, cute lace-up flats will do. these ones are woven w/leather straps + tiny studded details that add a touch of rock'n'roll, non? 

anyway, if you really want to see what i end up wearing to the concert, join me tomorrow at RTG! XX.

New Boy, Who Dis?

New Boy, Who Dis?

Post Partum Style.

Post Partum Style.