Mermaid Off Duty


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top: laundry room via carbon38 c/o | bottoms: alternative via carbon38 c/o | bag: nike | shoes: converse | arm band: nike | lips: nyx soft matte lip cream via ulta beauty c/o

As much as I love a cute new dress, personality pumps or a one-of-a-kind blouse, there is nothing I love more than comfy, wear-anywhere gym clothes.

I recently discovered Carbon38 and they have an awesome selection of brands offering really unique workout wear. If you love Mara Hoffman’s eye-catching prints, you will love it even more in the workout styles available on

I picked out this Mermaid top for two reasons: I’ve had a dream of being a mermaid since I was four years old; and I love the cutoff tee look to mix up my typical plain-jane workout tanks. These jogger pants are amazing for transitioning to fall because they can easily be worn over your workout leggings or shorts (for those errands before/after, or just to keep you warm), and they fit perfectly into my casual weekend wardrobe. I even wore them to work the other day!

I’ll share more pieces I found (and love) at Carbon38 tomorrow, but until then, I highly recommend browsing their site to easily update your weekend wardrobe!

Special thanks to Carbon38 for sponsoring this post.



  1. Liv says:

    Love your casual style.


    Posted August 27, 2015 | Reply
  2. Sara Kate says:

    Love this!! You look so stinkin’ cute! I am loving the graphic tee.

    Sara Kate Styling

    Posted August 27, 2015 | Reply
  3. Natali says:

    This is a great sporty outfit, well done girl!

    Posted August 27, 2015 | Reply
  4. Shae says:

    Such a cute top! Love it with the Converse.

    Shae @ Current Habits

    Posted August 28, 2015 | Reply