Happy Friday, y’all! Are you ready to jump into the weekend?! I know many of you are probably gearing up for big Valentine’s Day celebrations (or maybe lowkey ones!) with your significant others. Or if you’re unattached you may be heading out for a different kind of celebration – a Galentine’s Day with your best girl friends.
Pink has been my favorite color for as long as I can remember, but I have always been especially partial to lighter pinks- blush, rose quartz, baby pink, whatever you want to call it. It’s my absolute fave. So naturally I was pretty excited to get this pretty pale pink sweater. It’s oversized, slightly-boxy cut makes it so comfy, and even though it has a bit of an open knit design, it’s thick and actually quite warm. It’s perfectly snuggle-on-the-couch-worthy.
Happy Monday, y’all! Anyone dragging after staying up for the Super Bowl? I haven’t stayed up for the full game in years (#oldladyprobs). But really, I am one of those people who needs her sleep to function, so I’m always trying to catch up in the morning with what I missed from the game and of course the commercials! Anyone have a fave?
This open knit sweater is such a fun piece. For daytime, It would look so cute layered with a white tank to show off the design, but for a night out, I paired it with a strappy bralette to show just a little bit of skin. And of course I had to pair it with my fave destroyed jeans because they truly are my casual wear obsession. (See how I’ve previously styled them here, here, or here!)
Sweater c/o Romwe | Jeans | Flats c/o Boohoo | Clutch c/o Shopbop | Lipstick | Necklace
Now I’d love to see how you’re remixing your wardrobe! (more…)
Happy, happy Friday! It feels like today was a long time coming. I spent all day yesterday convinced it was Friday (what a disappointment!)… so I’m glad it’s the real deal! We don’t have anything special planned and I’m kind of excited about it.
On January 31, it occurred to me that it had been one year since I left my corporate job to stay at home with Layla. That 12 months was the absolute quickest (and arguably most life-changing) of my life. It’s difficult to even get back into that mindset I was in at the time because so much has changed. I felt so anxious, so unsure if I was making the right decision. Even though I wanted to stay home with my little one, I struggled with the thought of losing my identity, losing adult-time, and losing all I had worked towards since graduating college.