Tie front pullover in pink adobe (comes in 4 colors) / Skinny jeans (only $59!) / Embellished flat slide OR Stuart Weitzman platform wedge (on SALE – 40% OFF and comes in 4 colors) / Goyard tote (similar here for much less) / Dior sunglasses / Nest Jewelry rose gold hoop earrings (20% OFF)
You might be wondering why I am showing you a pullover sweater in May. That’s simple. This is a very thin pullover sweater and it is so soft and comfortable. It’s perfect for the weekend, running errands and especially for the movies. Today, I’m showing you how to style this look with wedge heels or embellished flats. And I have a Memorial Day weekend sale round-up too!
I love going to the movies but it can be really cold in a movie theater. On Monday night, Taylor and I attended the advance screening of Pirates of the Caribbean – Dead Men Tell No Tales and I wore this exact outfit with the embellished flats. I was so warm and comfy in the theater. The movie is good (not great) and stays in line with the entire plot of the previous 4 films. Since Memorial Day weekend is traditionally the “opening weekend” of blockbuster movies, I thought it was a perfect time to show you this casual style. If you see me out and about, I typically have on a casual look like this one. It works with heels or flats. By the way, the wedge heels are apart of the Nordstrom 1/2 yearly sale that I detailed for you in this blog post.
There are lots of sales going on this holiday weekend so I want to be sure to include those as well.
Net-A-Porter end of season sale – designer must haves for up to 50% OFF
Shopbop – They’ve just added a ton of stuff to their sale section!
Neiman Marcus – The Designer Sale is up to 40% OFF
Also, when you consider online shopping, please start shopping by clicking on the store links in the right column of my blog. If you don’t see a store name, just contact me and I will find it for you. I truly appreciate your support of the blog.
What are your plans this holiday weekend? Let me know if you see any good movies. xoxo – Tanya
P.S. I love to see movies at the Highland Park Village Theater. That’s where I am in these pictures.
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Photo: Mary Hafner
Consultant, producer, actor, commercial print model Tanya Foster is the multi tasking mom and wife we all know.
A native Texan, Foster originally hails from Houston but has called Dallas her home for more than 25 years.
She is best known for her work in the non-profit sector through tanya foster consulting. Her hands-on, goal driven approach allows non-profit organizations to adopt her “can do” spirit. Whether consulting on various projects or serving full time as President and CEO of the Dallas Film Society from 2009 to 2011, she leaves no stone unturned. Her role with the Dallas Film Society included serving as the Executive Director of the Dallas International Film Festival in 2010 and 2011. It is here that she found her passion for film!
Foster has integrated all of her loves, enabling her to focus on acting and commercial print work. In 2011 she made the natural leap to talent by working on local productions such as TNT’s “Dallas”, commercials and commercial print for clients including Visionworks, Chase Sapphire and Fit Logic. Her professional approach enables her to see the project as a whole and step in to her role. Tanya’s beautiful smile and remarkable charisma makes her a natural!
Uniquely versatile and notoriously hard-working, she is also involved with many leading charitable organizations in Dallas as a volunteer. She has chaired the Junior League of Dallas Ball, the Cattle Baron’s Ball, numerous luncheons and galas as well as currently serving as an active member of the Crystal Charity Ball. She also serves on several boards and advisory boards. Giving back to the community continues to be a top priority for Foster.