Finding the perfect sweater for this transitional weather can be really hard. It’s like Goldilocks and the Three Bears; this one is too hot, that one is too cold, this one doesn’t have the right weave, this one is too boxy. I’ve been personally victimized by each of these scenarios during the first weeks of
It’s FALLLLLLL! Don’t mind the trailing letters, although they are not grammatically correct, they emphasize my excitement that flannel Friday’s can return and pumpkin flavored everything is starting to cross my mind. I shamelessly confess that I’ve have two cans of pumpkin currently stocked in my pantry for upcoming pumpkin recipes! While the calendar may proclaim
One Piece (first seen in this post here)|| Beach Towel (on sale) || Sandals (custom from Capri) similar here || Beach Umbrella || Straw Tote || Sunglasses (DIFF use code “DarlingSummer” for 25% off at checkout) In partnership with Carusele, I was asked to participate in the #ApplyRepeatProtect campaign, sponsored by Walgreens. Although this post
Photos by 3 King Studio As of late, we’ve been pretty lucky to have some favorable weather teasing us with cooler mornings reminiscent of Fall, so my wallet and I have been taking it as an opportunity to do some Fall shopping. The one thing about this wonky weather is that while it may be
I’ve been on the hunt to find the perfect top handle bag for quite some time. As with Goldilocks and her porridge, so did I come into the same problem with this classic handbag: this one too small, that one too big, this one too lumpy, until I found the perfect one from Neely and Chloe.
At the height of summer, the last thing on your mind would be to add layers to your wardrobe. But even at 100 degrees and 100% humidity I find opportunities to add layers to my outfits without overheating.
Outside of the Holiday time, when it comes to sales you can’t beat what Nordstrom has going on right now. Last year I bought a couple of pieces that have taken over as my outerwear go-to’s and through the trials and tests of our Winter season, have passed with flying colors.
I haven’t worn a one piece swimsuit since I was seven years old. Sometime between Nintendo 64 and neck chokers, they lost their cool and we’re ditched when MTV replaced Nickelodeon as a regular rotation on our box tv. While I will still opt for a two-piece over a one-piece, there are a couple of reasons
Lately, my wardrobe has consisted of wrap and maxi skirts. Even though our weather is increasing in temperature, these full-length skirts have provided just the right feminine touch to an everyday tee or dressed up a date night look. It’s a great way to “cheat the system” when maxi dresses don’t come in sizes long
Have I told you my rule about adding clothing to my wardrobe? This isn’t any sort of minimalistic approach to life- I have two closets filled with clothes- and you won’t be tossing out 5 years of post grad clothing in lieu of this rule. You’ll just take a look at clothing a little differently once