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Don’t let the post-holiday blues get you down. Every day is a reason to wake up and look your best, even if you work from home sometimes (like I do). And the best part is that you can look fabulous on the cheap – all of these items are under $50!
The holiday season is here! I like any excuse to get dolled up and wear red lipstick, high heels, and a snazzy new fragrance, don’t you?
So today’s post is a bit different! Babbleboxx sent me an array of party perfect-themed items and asked me to review them all in one post. All these items will help you look and feel your best at parties and in photos!
Boots boots boots. I can’t get enough. Is anyone else addicted to boots like me? Here are the 6 trendiest types of boots that you should keep on your radar this season.
Bohemian is my favorite style of dressing. A little fringe, a little flowy-ness, and a lot of sass.
While fall not yet arrived in DC, I’m already thinking about the cozy sweaters I’m going to live in come fall. Here’s a fun little collage of all the sweater styles I’ve been loving. Make sure you get your hands on some of these before they go out of stock! They always do.
11 amazing and unforgettable days in France. That’s potentially A LOT of clothing, shoes, bags, and accessories. I find that a trip is much more enjoyable when I pack light, keep it simple, and recycle clothing in innovative ways.
Here’s all the clothing I packed for my 11 day trip to France at the end of August, in a small roller carry on bag. I also had my toiletries, makeup, camera, computer, and enough room to bring home 3 bottles of wine and some small souvenirs. Schlepping around a huge rolling bag is absolutely impossible if you’re running around a country trying to see all the sights. If you’re staying put, then fine. But we went to Nice, Ville-Franche Sur Mer, Monaco, Arles, Avignon, Honfleur, Bayeux, Mont. St. Michel, Versailles, and Paris. WHEW!
We finally made it to Friday. We’ve been having some cooler days and nights in DC, which gets me thinking about shifting to fall colors and styles. But at the same time, August can still be hot and sticky. Stripes are a great way to slowly transition away from summer brights while still remaining cool and on trend.