O.F.F. = Outdoor Fashion Friday.
Our (almost) weekly segment featuring our favorite styles for the season. Everything I share are pieces that can be worn all day long and stand up to the “use and abuse” of serious adventures. As a family, we appreciate clothing that is worth our hard-earned money. It’s what we wear and trust!
How is it that it is Friday already? Just one of those weeks that completely flew by. I feel like that may just be our new normal. Which I am ok with as long as that time is passing quickly because we are playing and enjoying each other (which happens most of the time).
This week I wanted to share one of my favorite dresses (the “Eve” from Kavu) that I may just wear a couple times a week once the snow stops coming. For now, I’ll wear it on the warm days. Flattering and super easy to wear layered up or not. I’ve toured Missoula in it, hiked in it and done plenty of playing in it. It works great with any leggings. While me and “white” sometimes have issues, I love it with the Kavu Cadence Chop.
Finally, notice those shoes I am wearing in the photo above: the Outcross Evo MJ. They are quite possibly the most versatile Mary Janes I have worn. Another winner from Chaco. The traction is awesome and the support is good enough to walk 7+ miles in and not even think about it. Plus, they breathe well, work in water and can be adjusted as your feet swell and shrink depending on the heat and humidity.
Oh how I appreciate good-quality clothing that keeps me comfortable and lasts for season after season!
Ku and Chaco generously provided us this gear in order to facilitate this review, per our request. However, as always, the opinions expressed here are completely and honestly our own. A few of these links are affiliates. Thank you so much for clicking through them to make your purchases – it helps offset the cost of this blog in a (VERY VERY) small way! You can find my full disclosure here.
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