Denim & Polka Dots

Product Sample: Complimentary foot cover samples were provided to me in exchange for this styling.

No lie, it has been incredibly difficult getting back into the swing of things this week. Between being on a different time zone and catching a cold our last day in Paris, my sleeping schedule has been all sorts of screwed up. While I’ve been making it through the work day just fine, at night my bedtime is now around 9 pm. Let’s just say it makes my late night blogging habit super hard to accomplish!

Polka Dot Romper and Chambray Outfit / hellorigby seattle fashion blog

What I’m Wearing
Romper: White Plum Boutique (similar)
Shirt: Sanctuary Clothing (just ordered this one from Nordstrom #NSale)
Shoes: Converse Chuck Taylor Low Sneaker in White
Socks: Kushyfoot Foot Covers, c/o
Hat: Merona Fedora Hat

Basically what I’m getting at is that if I’ve been a little off my game this week, and maybe even into next week, that’s why. We had a great trip, and I can’t wait to share more. I hinted that I was going to be sharing it in video form, so hopefully you’ll enjoy watching our trip instead of a thousand photos.

Denim Shirt, Polka Dot Romper, and White Converse Outfit / hellorigby seattle fashion blog

One of my favorite outfits that I wore in Paris a couple of times (because I packed just a carry-on, so you know, outfit on repeat) is the one I’m wearing in this post. It was blazing hot in Paris. I’m talking 99-102 about half of the time we were there, and the struggle to keep the sun off me but stay cool was real. I wore my chambray over a lot of outfits to keep the sun off as an alternative to a denim jacket that would have been far too warm. While a romper may not have been my favorite choice when it came to bathroom breaks, I appreciated the lightweight and breathable material, and the shorts that look a little less sloppy than their denim counterparts.

Kooshyfoot Polka Dot Foot Covers & Converse White Low Tops Outfit / hellorigby seattle fashion blog

I also really loved these polka dot foot covers sent to me from Kushyfoot. They arrived just in time to pack for Paris, where we did a ton of walking and the padded soles on the bottom sure came in handy. Kushyfoot Foot Covers promised to improve the overall impact to the balls of my feet, and I sure appreciated that! Plus, how cute is this pair?! Loved the pink and white polka dots. Regardless, most days my feet were still tired, but one our biggest walking day we walked close to 15 miles. We went above and beyond our normal step goal every day of the trip!

Straw Trillby, Chambray Shirt, and Polka Dot  Outfit / hellorigby seattle fashion blog

I can’t wait to share more about our trip with you, and I’m also so glad to be home. It was a long time to be away from my little dude, and I think he’s glad we’re back. If you have any awesome posts you wrote while I was gone that I may have missed, I would love to see them in the comments below. Or, tell me about your favorite vacation outfits! 

22 thoughts on “Denim & Polka Dots

    1. Jenn Post author

      We did make it to Montmartre! Well, I did, Dave was at a conference that day. We visited Sacre Couer and then had a nice crepe lunch and wandered around! Next trip I would love to see a show at Moulin Rouge!

  1. carly

    I love this outfit- I’ve never thought to pair something like that over a romper, but it looks so cute! And definitely a nice option for something more lightweight than a jacket. Loving your lipstick too!

    1. Jenn Post author

      Thanks Carly! I got a ton of use out of my denim shirt with different outfits – kept the sun off my arms and shoulders without making me as hot as a denim jacket would have! :)

    1. Jenn Post author

      Thanks Annessa! Yes, the soles of the feet have a little pad sewn in to help with the impact of walking! Super smart and very comfy. (Though I imagine if you’re doing many miles your feet still might be sore ;) )

  2. Julie

    Such a cute outfit! My husband and daughter have very fair skin so it’s always a struggle to keep them cool enough but also covered so they don’t burn. I’m over half Native American so my skin handles the heat/sun a lot better than them. I just slather on some sunscreen and I’m good to go. lol

    1. Jenn Post author

      Thanks Julie! Lucky you! Between a hat, my denim shirt, and sunscreen there were no burns for me but I always try to be extra cautious! Sunburns are no fun!


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