Good morning, friends! It’s another foggy, dreary morning here in PA. I’m starting to just expect it. It makes me want to cozy up by the fireplace with a bottomless mug of hot coffee and read all day, but we have other plans… church, of course, and maybe lunch out with friends. I’m also debating a run. I’m due for one, and I don’t think it’s raining hard enough to give me an adequate excuse to skip it, but I might pretend that
Hello, friends. Another Saturday, another Instagram Roundup! It’s a dreary one here. I was hoping to shoot an outfit or two, but it’s not looking very promising. The joys of winter! So this is what I actually wore over the past week or so, with some blog teasers thrown in there. It’s been fairly cold here lately, and I’m wearing a lot of the same jeans and sweatshirts/sweaters over and over. Who’s ready for spring!?! I know I am! To be
If you followed my Trunk Club unboxing, you’ve seen this sweater and these booties, but not together. A reader actually suggested this outfit combination in the comments on that post, and I loved it so much that I decided to style it for a photo shoot! When I initially tried this sweater, I envisioned it with different shades of blue jeans for casual everyday, and maybe with grey or black jeans for a different look, but the white
Good morning! I hope you’re sitting down because I have… wait for it… a skirt outfit today!!! I know. This is unprecedented. I don’t think I’ve styled a non-denim skirt on this blog in years, and that is no exaggeration. It’s not that I don’t like skirts. I’m a huge fan of a good pencil skirt, and I used to wear them a lot in the early 2000s. Sweater trends were shorter back then, and it was easy to create the proper
Hello, friends. Happy Hump Day! I’m back with another easy outfit formula for women on the go! Cyndi and I are both styling leggings with a tunic and tall boots. This is a basic outfit formula that almost anyone can wear. The key is to make sure your tunic is long enough to cover your lady parts, but not so voluminous that it adds visual weight. Some women can get away with an oversized look, but I prefer my tunics to
As moms, it’s easy to fall into the frump rut. We tend to think of everyone else first, and we’re often left with little time to think about keeping up with current trends or putting new outfits together. If you’re home all day as I am, it’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that nobody cares what we wear, so what’s the point of keeping up appearances? I’ve heard many moms say they guilty spending money and/or time on themselves when they have kids to feed
Hello, friends! Happy Monday! I have a new outfit post for you today! I’m also co-hosting the weekly linkup over at Pink Sole, so if you have a fashion blog, I hope you’ll share your style with us at the end of this post. I’m not big on ruffles generally. I mean, I get the appeal — they’re feminine and flirty — but I usually feel fussy wearing ruffles. Yet for some reason, this ruffle-front cardigan at White House Black Market caught my eye.