Let’s be real for a second. Before each season arrives, it’s exciting in the beginning. After a month or so, I am ready to move onto the next—especially in the winter. It’s right about the time of year we all get a little weather depressed (living in New England can be rough). Don’t get me wrong though, my favorite pieces of clothing are oversized sweaters and boots. Continue reading “spring must-haves: featuring my new favorite unique watch”
I wanted to share with you guys a few things in my closet I’ve had or have bought semi-recently that are my go to picks. This is clothing that I haven’t gotten sick of yet, and probably won’t go out of style anytime soon.
This is rare for me since I usually get sick of things easily aka saying I have nothing to wear! Continue reading “closet favorites”
Look at this cute crochet hat I purchased! I’m obsessed with this oatmeal beanie with the black fur pom pom.
I found that ever since I started my blog, I’ve wanted to shop more & more through Instagram. I would never think years ago you could purchase a product through direct message—lol! Continue reading “shopping a small business on instagram”
I hop on that new trend bandwagon like it’s my job lately. Add to cart & purchase. Continue reading “this look for more > target’s look for less”
I love the brand Patagonia. They are environmentally friendly and have quality clothing that will last for years and years. They have great customer service & if you ever need anything fixed (ie broken zipper) they will gladly fix for free. They may be a little pricey but hey, you get what you pay for. And always be on the look out for their sales! Continue reading “patagonia faves for winter”
I’m going to be honest with you right now—I am still catching up with credit card payments & everything after the wedding! I know, most of you think, well how do you afford a Louis Vuitton purse? Or how do you have all these nice clothes? Continue reading “how to still shop when you’re on a budget”
Hey guys! Happy Weekend!!
I talk about the website 6pm.com a lot in my posts, because it’s where I get most of my clothing—& especially shoes. To give you some background, 6pm.com is owned by Zappos, which in turn is owned by Amazon. 6pm has most designers you love and know on sale. The only catch is it’s past season, which who cares at all, and sometimes they have limited sizes. Continue reading “five brown booties under $35!”