When I was young I lived in L.L. Bean clothing. It was always so exciting to circle all the new clothes I wanted in the magazine and see them magically appear a few days later. I loved how I could get matching leggings, jumper, shirt, shoes, socks, and scrunchie (yes, scrunchie). I looked good. Needless to say this way of dressing can be deemed juvenile and didn’t translate well as I grew older and thus grew out of L.L. Bean. I was in an in-between age, not young enough for the kid’s line and most definitely not old enough for their adult line. Until now. The company released their “Signature” line and I am in love. If they were trying to target an untapped audience of 20-something yuppies, they achieved their goal. I could literally buy every single piece of the line. Since that option is just not in the budget right now, I must pick and choose my favorite looks. I put a few of my ideal outfits together to better visualize exactly what I need (read: want).
1. Seal Cove Sleeveless Shirt- $59.00
2. Pleated Rayon Skirt – $99.00
3. Daysail Cardigan – SALE $29.99
4. Cork Wedge – $199.99
5. Ruffle Tie-neck Shirt – $79.00
6. Pleated Linen Skirt – $129.00
7. Linen Jacket – $129.00
8. Desert Bootie – $169.00
9. Cotton Model Stripe Shirt – $79.00
10. Stretch Denim Skinny Jean – $69.00
11. Birch Point Sandal – $99.00
12. Jersey Sweatshirt – $79.00
13. Searsucker Stripe Trouser – $69.00
14. Milbridge Clog – $125.00
Check out these pieces and more here.
Things that make me happy today:
2. Jelly Beans. Thank you Easter.
3. All my shows have returned. Life after work just became that much better.