If you were to go through my closet, you’ll notice a theme (you know, besides the abundance of stretchy materials)–lots of loose shirts meant to be paired with skinny jeans. I found this one on Nordstrom and loved the whimsical look of it right away.
Want to know what the Fashion Gods’ gift to women everywhere is? High-waisted pants. To be more specific, high-waisted jeans.
Wake up; make beds; make breakfast; feed kids; run away to my closet for 45 seconds to put on outfit; run back out when a kid screams; run back into closet to finish getting dressed.
Ever find yourself buying the same pieces over and over (and over) again? That’s me and any button-down denim or chambray shirt. I immediately get all Gimme Gimme Gimme when I see a great piece that fits that bill, and this one is no different.
Want to dig back into the Never-Thought-You’d-Wear-It-Again-But-It’s-Actually-Kinda-Cute Files? Then I have the perfect pair of jeans for you!
On the spectrum of colors I would naturally gravitate toward in my wardrobe, orange typically wouldn’t register anywhere. It’s one of those colors that you can’t help but get happy looking at, and when I saw this dress on Nordstrom’s website recently, I couldn’t resist!
There’s nothing like a cute blazer to dress up an outfit and instantly pull you together. I love this one by Chriselle x JOA because it’s classic black and white (with some gorgeous gold button details!), but it would also pair well with just about any color if you want to punch it up a bit.
Am I the only one who looks back at pictures of myself from the early 2000s and literally cringes? This could technically be due to a multitude of reasons, but in this instance it’s attributed to the one denim trend that permeated that period–low-rise jeans.
I don’t take advantage of ALL CAPS YELLING in my blog posts too often, but in this case it is warranted. GO TO TARGET RIGHT NOW AND CHECK OUT THIS LINE OF DENIM, SHIRTS AND ACCESSORIES.
I realize that my impatience about the arrival of spring really speaks to my general wimpyness, given that I live in a state that dips below 60 degrees for a total of maaaybe 15 days a year. But what can I say? I have grown to prefer sweating over goose bumps.