Sunday, July 12, 2015

Cheers, it's the weekend.

This week was pretty relaxing and went well. I started my Chemo on Monday and finished on Friday, so I'm officially done with my second cycle. All together I have six cycles, so if everything goes well and stays on schedule I should be done in November. Fingers crossed it stays that way, I would love {more than anything} to celebrate the holidays and bring in the New Year as the girl who finished all her treatments!

Sweatshirt: ily couture | Shoes: Tory Burch | Denim: Old {similar here} | Bag: LV {similar here}

Since it's Sunday I thought it would be fun to post a weekend outfit! This is something casual and very comfortable. You can never go wrong with jeans and a sweatshirt ;). These Tory Burch sandals are probably my favorite shoes in the summer. They are so comfortable and make your outfit a little more "dressed up" than just regular flip-flops. These were a gift {along with the purse!} but once I save up I really want another pair! This sweatshirt was something I ordered online from ily Couture and it was a great decision. Not only is it comfortable but it's light weight and easy to wear in the summer. Not to mention,  it's super cute!

I leave for Pittsburgh tomorrow and I'm SO excited! I'm missing Carter like crazy and haven't seen him in six weeks, which is way to long. Well, time to get back to packing and getting ready for the big trip! I hope everyone is having a great weekend, cheers! xo

2 comments:

  1. I'm so happy for you that you're done with your second round! And get to see Carter soon! That's a cute sweatshirt, I love one word shirts (if I like what they're saying) and I REALLY like the word 'weekend' lol and thanks for the reminder of wearing my flip flops with jeans. I always put on my sneakers without even thinking about it! Lol Very cute Ash! Thanks for the fashion tips <3

    ReplyDelete
  2. Way to go Ash, you are a brave girl. Enjoy your time with Carter. Love G-Ma & G-Ma xoxoxoxo

    ReplyDelete

 

design + development by kelly christine studio