With Catherine and my sister getting married in the next few months, I guess you could say I’ve always got wedding on ze brain. I usually have so much trouble coming up with titles for my post but as soon as I put on this outfit, I was immediately inspired. The only thing this look is missing is the Something Borrowed but that’s only because John took these photos and not Catherine. If it had been Cath, I would definitely have added something from her closet / jewelry collection / lip color choices to round out the look.
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This year for Christmas, my husband (aka Mr. TCP) got me this fabulous Rebecca Minkoff backpack. I have been wanting a backpack since they were on the cusp of being trendy and Johnny really pulled through with the perfect one. I showed him this one as an example and was overjoyed on Christmas morning to find it under the tree.
However, I have become so accustomed to styling my crossbody and tote bags, so when I went to use this one with an outfit, it was a little awkward at first to say the least. Do I put it on? Do I hold the top loop? Cath, what do I do with this!? After trying any and all possibilities I found that for photos, over one shoulder is definitely the way to go. Wearing it practically on my back is perfect for gallivanting around Richmond and on the streets of New York, but it just did not work in photos. So in case you have been struggling with a similar issue, there it is.
I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite backpacks for youuuuu below!
1 Rebecca Minkoff Julian Backpack // 2 Mango Quilted Backpack // 3 Sole Society Backpack // 4 Make it Work Backpack // 5 Cynthia Rowley Knox Backpack // 6 Fiorelli Anouk Backpack