The weather we had this past weekend had me lost in a daze walking down the beltline, anxiously awaiting the return of full gingham outfits and Saturday mimosa brunches that drift into rose patio hopping. Since I feel it’s never too early to stock up on Summer essentials, I thought it would be fun to
I wore this outfit to work the other day and it has to be one of the best things I’ve worn all year. A lot of you guys were asking where I got my yellow skirt from, which is unfortunately from Ann Taylor last season, but I’ve linked some similar options in this post.
When it comes to handbags, I’m pretty conservative. Most of my wardrobe consists of totes and tried and true convertible crossbodies, but this Spring I’mm thinking of branching out with one of these beauties that have me craving a warm weather escape while anxiously awaiting the return of blue skies and farmers market Saturday mornings.
This past week, we flew across the country to indulge in a little ski trip in Whistler Canada. As a novice to skiing, I bought the gear but wasn’t exactly sure how I would like all the pieces I picked out and wanted to make sure that I was recommending functional as well as fashionable
This weekend (Thursday to be exact), we jet off to Whistler Canada for a little ski-cation! I haven’t ever (successfully) been skiing and have only been snowboarding once ages ago in college, which by all accounts was a major fail. As much as I’ve been accumulating the proper ski gear, the Apres Ski is what
There comes a point in every young professional woman’s life when she has to decide: am I going to stick with the city-girl-status-quo or am I going to wear blush pink to the office? As a lover of subtle color pops, I am in the mindset of the latter because I think blush pink can
During these cold winter months, it’s easy to get stuck in a clothes rut rotating between your favorite sweaters over and over again. I’m completely guilty of wearing one of my favorite grey sweaters at least twice a week. When I was browsing Red Dress boutique the other day, I came across this cozy dusty
If you’re one of the originals who’ve been hanging around this blog for a while you’ll know that I have no shortage of love for a classic plaid pattern. I try to wear plaid year round by donning gingham in the summer and then increasing the punchy patterns more as the temperature starts to dip.
Up near my parents’ house there is the most spectacular Christmas tree farm at Scottsdale Farm & Garden Market. Each year, I love making the pilgrimage (for a city girl, this is WAY Outside The Perimeter), and spending the afternoon drinking a chocolate chai tea, ogling at the beautiful firs they have lined up in
I have long been a fan of a good sweater dress for the colder months. However, over the past few years, I felt like Goldie Locks trying to find a new one: this one’s too long, this one’s too short, this one’s too thin, and this one’s color is not quite right. That is until