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!”
Woohoo! Almost Friday!!
SO, I just started thinking about Christmas & how it’s coming up extremely fast. I also just looked at my credit card bill .. & I just got a little sad. I even stopped shopping as much! Well, kind of. It’s time to really focus and start saving for gifts. I absolutely LOVE gift-giving. It makes me so happy. And the fact that my entire family will be together for Christmas makes me even happier! Continue reading “girly gift guide”
Did you hear red is the new black? OK, well, not really. But it’s making a come back! Continue reading “red is the new black”
If you haven’t noticed, half of my wardrobe is Free People. Even the sweater in these photos is FP & I didn’t even plan that! And if I’m purchasing a piece of clothing, I always have to add a headband or some kind of hair accessory/clip because damnit they are right next to the register! And the patterns are so cute, fun & bright. They are so boho & unique which is rare in a world full of preppy chain retailers. Continue reading “obsession: free people hair accessories”
It’s always such a struggle when visiting NYC for only a weekend. Never. Enough. Time. I want to explore everything around me, spend every second with my niece and nephew, and obviously shop. You basically only have one full day. I actually think I did it, though. Continue reading “weekend balance: nyc to hoboken”