Posts tagged spring style
7 wardrobe transition staples

The holiday’s are over, and you know what that means: it’s spring now.

JK, but the struggle is real when transitioning your wardrobe to a new season. Like, for example, when your VERY RUDE husband refuses to acknowledge the arrival of a new season by welcoming it with all new clothes. Or when the weather insists on being 80 degrees the very first day of February. (That was really only tough on the people who had to see my “winter white” legs, but Pinterest tells me that winter white is on-trend. So we’re fine.)

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white boots for spring (and maybe also for president)

Listen I hate to say I told you so (no, I don't. I love saying that), but I do believe I called this white boot trend that is veering into actual classic category.

And if it's not, don't tell me. Because I am right. And also because when I find a trend I like, I wear it to death until everyone is sick of it.

White boots for president. 

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white jeans with amelia's

Because it's Friday (and on Fridays we FAVORITE), I need to introduce you to one of my favorite boutiques. While showing you one of my FAVORITE trends. 

Try to calm down and manage your excitement. (Or else start a drinking game based on the number of times I call something my favorite.)

(With COFFEE obviously, because it's 9am and this isn't that kind of blog, y'all. Unless it's 5 o'clock somewhere.)

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spring break : do's and don'ts

It's that time again, friends. The time where we say BLESS OUR HEARTS and WE CAN (possibly) DO THIS.  

It's spring break, y'all.  

Spring break USED TO mean that I would throw my cutest bathing suits into an overstuffed duffel bag, pile into someone's mom's minivan, and drive 12 hours straight to Miami. Because COLLEGE.

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friday faves : triple points edition

Guys, I feel that it is my DUTY and responsibility to inform you that it's TRIPLE POINTS time at Nordstrom.

*jumps up and down excitedly while simultaneously ripping my Nordstrom card out of my wallet as quickly as possible. 

(jk, I don't even need the card. That number's been memorized for years.)

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