Summer is a great time of the year. Carry the spirit of summer freedom into your fall wardrobe with bohemian-inspired styles. We love this new cold shoulder peasant top from Roxy Girl. We’ve paired it with new 7 for All Mankind flared jeans – can we pause for a sec and talk about the wash on this denim? It’s so nice, with just a hint of distressing – love. Finish it off with some wedges, like this color-threaded pair by Jessica Simpson. Outfit recap: boho blouse + flares + wedges = happiness. Even when school’s back in session, having this outfit in your closet will make you feel like it’s still summer.
It’s true – navy and white are a perfect pairing when it comes to summer colors. This 7 for All Mankind dress is made of a lightweight chambray in a rich indigo. The zipper detail makes it unique – and did we mention the pockets?! Of course, this denim dress could be pretty edgy, but we’re showing off its sweet side by pairing in with girlier accents, like the eyelet Nina wedges and The Bow Next Door headband. If you’re going anywhere indoors, take along this Splendid cardigan for the a/c.
Who doesn’t love summer fashion? Shorts, breezy tops, sandals (pedicures!)…you have freedom with your time and freedom with your style: a perfect win-win. We just got in this adorable boho top from Haven Girl. Even though it has long sleeves, the lace and lightweight material keeps it cool enough for summer. Another way to stay chill: pair it with shorts! May we suggest these cuffed cutoffs from Tractr? To finish this look, we’ve added some ghillie-tie gladiator sandals by Sam Edelman. (We love the mini-wedge!)
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The weather this weekend is simply divine! We know just what to throw on so you can run around town and enjoy the sun! Start with an easy knit dress with cute details, like the combination of crocheted lace and embroidery on this navy Splendid dress. Then add your favorite wedges – we love the rainbow thread woven into the raffia on these strappy Jessica Simpsons. Finally, grab a cute bag for all your weekend necessities. We recommend hitting your favorite park, Sweet Noshings at Overton Square, and, of course, Sachi!
We’ve got quite a selection of Spring shoes in stock! Sizes may be limited, so shop early for the best selection. Lots of pictures after the jump!
Yosi Samra Basic flats are available in Gold, Blush and Silver. We started with sizes 13-4, but they are selling quickly!
This classic white flat is the Brule by Old Soles. Featuring an arch support and adjustable upper tie, this leather shoe features a slim cut and is available through a size 4.
The adorable Laurel wedge by Nina is sure to please. We stocked it up to a 5 in denim and white eyelet. Pedi time, anyone?
This sparkly Nina sandal is perfect for your fancy dress occasions (Easter, Cotillion, that birthday party, pizza night…)
Old Soles also makes the Cruise ballet flat, which we have in pearl, silver and blush. (We also have limited sizes available in gold). Similar to the Brule, it features an arch support and adjustable tie. The Cruise has a normal to wide profile and a continuous outsole. Like all of Old Soles shoes, it is available thru a European 36, which is about a 4 in US girls’ shoes.
*squeee!* o.ehm.gee. These new Yosi flats are too cute. I want them all. We have the Rosegold in 1-4, and currently the Rainbow Star and Alaskan Blue in sizes 1-3. Availability is very limited, so if you like them, call or come in today!
This sparkly beauty is the Zelia heel by Nina Kids. Closed toe, strap, low heel – it’s age appropriate with just the right touches of tween chic.
Now that the snow day has melted away, head somewhere warmer this weekend: we’ve already packed your bag!
This look features a striped Splendid Girls sweater with white lace Daisy Jayne tank, Seven for All Mankind dark wash jeans, TOMS Desert Wedges, a Vera Bradley Miller Bag, and cat-eye Quay sunglasses.
Five different colors of wedge ankle boots from TOMS. Super cute and in stock today!
Today is opening night for the hit musical “Mama Mia!” at the Orpheum. If you can’t make it tonight, you have four more opportunities this weekend! Go here for showtimes and tickets. Want to know what to wear? We’ve got you covered with some outfit suggestions.
First up: Evening performances
When you attend a theatre performance in the evening, the dress code is fancier. Opening nights usually have the most dressed-up attendees, who may sport evening wear such as long gowns and tuxedos. A typical evening performance does not get quite that fancy. We’ve selected this hot pink dress from Un Deux Trois, but toned it down with accessories. A fun wristlet from Vera Bradley holds your essentials: ticket, lip gloss, tissues, money for snacks, and a silenced cell phone. The print and quilted cloth help to keep things casual, while the metal accents keep it from looking misplaced. Wear some sparkle, but keep it minimal. We’ve chosen these small earrings from Baked Beads. The Steve Madden wedges may have shiny jewels and shimmery fabric on top, but the rope-wrapped outsole keeps them more relaxed.
Next up: Matinee (Afternoon) Perfomances
Matinee performances are typically attended by more families and have a much more relaxed dress code. Jeans and capris are great, as long as you wear a nice top. Athletic shorts are out, but fun leggings and a cute tunic are in. The outfit from this post is a great example. You could even do a cute pair of board shorts and leather sandals in place of the jeans and wedges. Make sure to keep reading our blog – the next time a show’s on our event schedule, we’ll have a fun and easy guideline to putting together outfits for the theater.
Share your best theater-going look with us on instagram: @sachigirls. Most of all, have a great time at the show!
We’ve also restocked these other Kenneth Cole Reaction sandals:
Swirls Nite wedges in metallic and white as well as the Keep Sweep thong sandal in brown