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
I always scoffed at my friends who lived in the city for wearing the same monochromatic colors day in and day out. They said “black was their signature color” or “black was easy and goes with everything” so that’s why they opted for one shade of clothing instead of the variety of prints and colors