It's All About That PPLA

Tuesday, June 26, 2018
We are SUPER excited!!! How about you? Once you see what we have to share with you today I think you'll be excited too.

Today's post is all about that PPLA. You know... People's Project LA. We adore their fashion-forward urban styles that are tween friendly. This company is a MUST to check out if they are new to you. Their website is super fun and inspiring to peruse but before you start shopping take a look at what Ferry got from them...


This light-weight romper is great for summer. The billowy fabric is silky against the skin. It was the first thing Ferry commented on when she touched it. "Ooooh, I love the material."


And this style is so flippin' cute! I ADORE the wide-leg gaucho style. It's a length that can be dressed up or down as desired. Add the right jewels, dainty heels and a fancy handbag and your girl will be ready for a special occasion.


We chose to keep it casual with Ferry's gold gladiator sandals. They give it a touch more edge yet still comfortable for a day on the go.


Let's take a moment to talk about something very important...
Did you notice that this romper has pockets? Oh, yeh! That's just like icing on the cake, right? They are nice and deep too.


This romper is going to see a lot of sunshine this summer because Ferry has claimed it as one of her favorites.


Now that you've seen how cute this PPLA jumper is you should visit People's Project LA for yourself. You are going to love what you see. And while you're there check out the women's line too. I can't wait to get something for myself next!

This post was sponsored by PPLA. We are always happy to support great companies that we believe in and can give honest feedback about.

1 comment:

  1. These gladiator sandals are amazing, they ideally fit your jumpsuit! By the way, I also made a post on cool Summer 2018 gladiator sandals, check it: http://standoutlook.com/why-gladiator-sandals-are-must-have-shoes-for-summer-2018/
    Kisses and Hugs,
    Xenia

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