Eyelet will forever be associated with Summer in my mind. Didn't every little girl have an eyelet dress?
Today's post brings you a modified, more contemporary version that can be worn with jeans or a skirt for dressier occasion. I suppose this is my favorite uniform of all: a boxy top with interesting details, distressed denim and a good pair of heels.
No one could ever accuse me of not knowing what I like.
Speaking of things I like...these shoes. I'm a sucker for anything neutral or strappy. It's actually become a problem and just this weekend my husband came to me offering up the idea of having a closet consult.
The whole thing sounds like a huge mess during the transition but it could make getting dressed a heck of a lot easier. I foresee a lot of purging in my future. This could be a good thing, no?
Honestly, I'd love a way to showcase every pair of shoes I owned. That sounds dreamy and luxurious. What did I say to his idea? I said, "YES, definitely, YES"
On that note, we took a huge hiatus from any sort of home remodel because we needed a break and because there were a trillion little things that needed repair. That's about to change because our master bedroom is getting a nice little facelift that I am excited to share with you all. Looking forward to bringing back the Money Pit Series!
Fashion should be fun. I’ve been so uninspired lately. I have to tell you. Casual items - my wish list is long. Dressier options - not so much.
Birthdays are always a time for reflection aren’t they? This year, no milestone, just another trip around the sun. It’s been anything but boring though. I can assure you of that. Eminent growth, many rewarding wins and only a few tough moments. Nothing to complain about, right? Exactly!
How was your Mother’s Day? Admittedly, mine was perfect and I am not saying that in a braggadocios manner at all. I asked for two things this year: an excellent, champagne-filled brunch and a nice, long nap. I got both so color this momma happy.
Last week I posted 21 facts about me that my Insta fam may or may not have known. Original post found here. Needless to say, I was really surprised at the responses. All loving, incredibly sweet and relatable which got me thinking… “How did I get here? How did I find my inner confidence to put myself out here?”
They say the key to having it all is knowing that you already do. I’ve come to realize that’s true. I’ll give you a recent example.
Since we are at the “in-between” stage, I’m gravitating towards ethereal dresses and smart layering. This dress was a complete style steal. I cannot wait to wear it all summer long with a pair of neutral sandals…glass of rosé in hand, natch. It just floats behind you and there is a drop waist in the back under your bum which is all sorts of magic. I really love it. Just need a spray tan and we’re good to go!
Sunday was so busy. I was cursing myself @ 7:30am but felt completely fulfilled by 5pm which is when Lola and I returned home. Talk about a full day! And while I typically prefer a lounge-y kinda Sunday; I cannot lie…we had a great mother/daughter day. Olivia had a Dad Day in the city with her uncle which was filled with arcade games, burgers and hanging out with my brother’s cats. That’s living her best life if you don’t know my Olivia.
It’s funny how travel affects your wardrobe choices. Less is more. Simple neutrals meant for mixing and matching. Sound familiar? Well, that’s how I pack my suitcase when I know a lot of walking is in store and comfort is paramount.
So, yeah…I’m in Europe with my family. Surprise, surprise. I think they call this Spring Break. I call it heaven x 1M. Inspiration abound and more color than you could ever dream up. Notting Hill was just as romantic as the movies and then some.
When people talk about Spring. I shrug. I dunno. Florals + me = no bueno. I’ve never been into ultra fem looks. I mean, I get it…they look lovely on many women, my friends even! Just not on me. I guess I consider myself more of a boot stomper. A ripped denim wearer. No frills. You get what you get.