Fashion, Travel

Labor Day Weekend

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Photos by the amazing Miranda Mu of MuMuses.com

It’s incredible what social media can do. In April, I posted on Instagram in search of a local photographer, and shortly thereafter received an email from a girl named Miranda, a fellow Boston-based blogger and fashion-lover looking to expand her photography experience, and who seemed to have eerily similar personal style to my own. Since our first shoot in the spring, Miranda and I have become a strong professional team, as well as close friends, and we often stop and reflect upon how lucky we are that so many good things happen by chance. Miranda’s easy temperament combined with her perfectionist tendencies have really raised the bar for my work here on the Sauce, and her open-minded perspective on the world has expanded my own. So, we decided to spend Labor Day Weekend visiting my parents in New Hampshire to relax, enjoy the scenery, indulge in my mother’s cooking, and just celebrate our success as bloggers, as well as our friendship in general. We also wanted to capture some photos of our shared passion for a minimalist weekend wardrobe. (Nothing gets between us and our friendship…or our Calvins.)

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Still Wearing White

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IMG_0677The Hanger ‘Knit Pick’ crop top, LF Stores skort, handmade gold collar necklace a la Bonnaroo, Jeffrey Campbell sandals, vintage Chanel bag, ‘Nita’ shades.

Labor Day has officially come and gone, but the white-on-white look is here to stay. I don’t really know why that rule ever existed in the first place. If anything, summertime foods are the ones you’re most likely to get all over yourself. So, winter whites, here I come! Also, I know this is a little late, but I’d like to take this time to say how grateful I am for the return of the skort. Paris, Britney and Lindsay sure could have used them a few years ago…

Photos by Rebecca Browne

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