RAISE YOUR HAND IF YOU’VE EVER GONE OVER THE 50 LB WEIGHT LIMIT?! If your hand is up, you’re not alone and if it’s not, I BOW DOWN!Read More
When I think of a piece of clothing that is versatile it usually has the word jean in front of it. Jean skirt, jean jacket, jean shorts, just JEANS! So when thinking about the perfect piece to do my first of these “try on” videos I thought a jean skirt would be a good starting place.Read More
HOW WE FEELIN FRIENDS?! READY FOR THE WEEKEND?
I can’t believe it’s already summer, how did this year go by so fast? Crazy town! I’m writing this post from the BEAUTIFUL Samode Palace hotel in Jaipur, India. And while I seem to be traveling at the speed of light this year, I’m trying to make sure to keep up with the blog at the same time (easier said than done).
ANYWAYS, I wanted to share some of the things I packed on my recent trip to Argentina. Let me start by saying this was by far the hardest trip to pack for, for a few reasons. First of all, we experienced 3 drastically different climates while traveling through the country. Since Argentina is such a massive country the climate ranges from a sub tropical zone near the Brazilian boarder to a subpolar area in the extreme south. We experienced both. As you can imagine this made packing difficult.
If you find yourself traveling to this EPIC country, here’s a few things I recommend to make packing easier.
Try to pack in one color palate. That will make picking shoes, accessories and bags easier because they will match everything.
Invest in a lightweight down jacket (if visiting Patagonia). These are SUPER easy to pack and as the name suggests, light weight…
Layers layers layers
Argentinian style is chic but casual. Don’t feel like you need to dress up too much, especially if you’re in Patagonia
Here’s a look at some of my favorite pieces I rented and bought for this trip! You can find all the details for each outfit beneath each photo. Or if you like to look at things all in one place there’s a little boutique of all my pieces at the bottom of the post.
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Around the holidays I did a post on all of my holiday RTR picks and you guys went wild for it (okay…that’s a slight exaggeration lol but you get the point). So I wanted to bring it back for the spring!Read More
Coachella is just about a week away and if you haven’t gotten your outfits yet…it’s time to invest in some expedited shipping. To help you out, I’ve put together a list of a few of my favorite items.Read More
IT’S ALMOST CHRISTMAS!!!!
Do you know what you’re wearing yet? I DO! I’m a little bit of a psycho when it comes to planning my Christmas outfits…I like to plan out all of my holiday outfits weeks in advance just so I’m not scrambling last minute. If only I could apply the same mentality to my work…lol.
ANYWAYS, I wanted to put together a post showcasing some of my favorite looks. And if you’re like me, you might celebrate the holidays in warm and cold climates. So I’ve got you covered for any weather scenario. (ps all of the items I’m wearing are linked below each picture so you can shop them easily!
COLD WEATHER OPTIONS
WARM WEATHER OPTIONS
OKAY NOW LADIES…GET TO SHOPPING!
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HAPPY HOLLA DAYZ LOVES!
Sooooo…. Let me just state facts. Wrapping a saree is NOT EASY. BUTTTT I wanted/needed to learn how to wear one so I could show off my super fly saree in India. That being said, I had no idea how many steps it takes to get it all wrapped up. But I’m not one to shy away from a challenge and I was determined to learn how.Read More
CONFESSION TIME. I am addicted to shopping. Seriously, it’s like a drug. Anyone else with me? I loved having a job in high school and college because that gave me money to spend on one thing: CLOTHES. And even as an “adult” a lot of my paycheck used to be spent on, you guessed it, new outfits. Work outfits, going out clothes, wedding attire, you name it, I needed it. As a woman working in the TV industry there is constant pressure to look your best. That usually meant needing new clothes. But let’s be real, my starting reporter salary COULD NOT support my need for new outfits.Read More