Perfect Strolling Shorts.

I have fallen in love with these vertical, striped pattern Shorts from Sage Threads Co. I was in Savannah this last weekend, as will be there this upcoming weekend as well, and these shorts are just perfect to stroll in. They are so lightweight and airy for these humid Georgia days, but are super adorable the same time. I love when practicality and fashion align. Since I have received these shorts, I have worn them multiple times a week. They are just so comfortable and the elastic waistband is perfect for my waist and body type. If anyone is looking for the perfect Strolling Shorts, look no further. 

Also, guy watches are definitely back "in" for women. This Midnight Nevil Watch from Triwa has made my wardrobe. The greatest part about this watch is that I can share it with my husband. It is completely masculine, and I might even add that it looks better on him than on myself, which I think it looks great on me! These Midnight Henry shades are from Triwa as well. They are also for both genders, but I will most definitely be keeping these bad boys. I have been searching for the perfect thick, dark shades and I am so grateful that Triwa found me! And with this company being based in Stockholm, Sweden, I automatically fell in love, since I am part Swedish! 

I hope everyone is having a lovely spring so far! I know I have been sharing more fashion than coffee lately, but I will be doing both over the spring and summer months equally, as well as more design work! I am looking forward to the direction of my blog and company, and am so excited that you are able to follow along on this journey of Melody Joy Designs with me! 

Have a lovely Tuesday, friends! I'm off to more design work, friend dates, and grabbing more of this lovely sunshine! 

xo, 

Melody 

I'm not sure how to take a "beautiful" jumping shot. This is it.

OUTFIT DEETS

Shorts // c/o Sage Threads Co.

Top // H+M

Watch // c/o Triwa

Shades // c/o Triwa

Shoes // c/o Matt Bernson

Rings // H&M + c/o Foe and Dear

Bag // Target

Images // Christopher Munn