I dipped my toes into the new pom pom obsession- quite literally. Take a look at these adorable LC Lauren Conrad Quartz Women’s Pointed Ballet Flats I just added to my closet. New favorite! These flats are perfect with a pair of skinnies and a cozy sweater.
It’s the holiday season and sometimes you just want to treat yourself too. But, with restricted budgets and infinite Christmas lists, you don’t.
What if you could treat yourself with designer goodies while still staying within your budget?
Take a look at this adorable Kate Spade blouse. Typically, Kate Spade blouses start around $100. But, I purchased it for $15!
I’m all about the little touches that add extra flair or statement to an outfit. And when it comes to my glasses, which I typically don’t wear, I haven’t been very excited- probably why I never wear them. I have always purchased the typical black frame, structured and square shaped. But now that I am officially adulting, I realized I haven’t gotten a new prescription or glasses in quite awhile.
I’ve been hearing some great things about Warby Parker- stylish frames at an affordable price that you get to try-on at home for free. What did I have to lose?
Christmas will be here soon, a gathering time for family and friends to celebrate your blessings and all the love in your life.
However, there is no shame in making a holiday wish list, especially if it is to just treat yourself. Let’s be totally honest, a little extra sparkle and shine in your wardrobe makes for a great new year.
Here are 5 of my Christmas wishes…
With the winter chill arriving in Minnesota quicker than I hoped, I needed a new way to stay warm and fashionable. I love my down feather Calvin Klein coat, however, it becomes quite monotonous when worn every single day. I wanted to switch it up occasionally- try a new trend other than a long black coat.
I have already seen several women on the street flaunting their flowing capes (or as some might call a poncho). Could this new fad be the piece of clothing to break up my chilly day boredom?
I worked hard this summer- spent long hours at the office, ate a [strict] healthy diet, and exercised on occasion. Mostly it was my energetic lifestyle and the long summer hours that kept me in check.
Now the days have shortened, the hours in the office have decreased (only slightly), and I’m craving comfort food as the weather chills. I have a wedding lurking in the near future that I need to stay toned and healthy for. Plus, I can’t afford to pay for dress alterations, as it fit perfectly several weeks ago.
What is a girl to do? Buy more athletic clothes of course!