Happy almost Friday! How's everyone doing? I've been a little under the weather and decided to take a mini break from everything to recover, but I'm finally feeling better and ready to get back into things! I've been feeling pretty sporty lately (definitely my inner Sporty Spice taking over) and made a spontaneous choice on these cut-out jellie shoes a few weeks ago. I'm pretty excited about them considering I haven't worn jellie shoes since my kindergarten days. But the 90s are making a quite the comeback, am I right? Well that's what Urban Outfitters' new catalog told me, anyway.
Happy Monday! I don't know about you guys but my weekend went by so fast. I guess time really flies when you go on a prom-themed bar crawl the night before Cinco de Mayo! So if you follow me on Twitter or Instagram you probably saw that I attended Blog Better Boston's Style Summit two weekends ago (recap coming this week!). It was a fun-filled day of meeting awesome bloggers, learning some new blogging tips & tricks and chatting up all the great sponsors. Lulu's was one of those lovely sponsors and after doing a little style scavenger hunt each blogger got to pick out a piece of clothing or jewelry to take home.
Happy Thursday! Music festival season and all its hippie chic street style, is officially in full swing thanks to SXSW and Coachella happening over the last several weeks. From flower crowns and body paint to barely there denim cut-offs and pink hair, music festival fashion is not for the timid. My favorite trend for spring that has become quite popular among festival goers is the crop top. Crop tops have come a long way since the days of the Spice Girls and Britney Spears (thank god) and I'll definitely be sporting this one when I attend the Firefly music festival in June.
Happy Monday! So, in case any of you are wondering, I officially dubbed April/May as scarf season. Why? Because the mornings are still just a little too chilly for a sundress and nothing else yet. I know, my patience is practically run out the window with Mother Nature, too. However, springtime layering doesn't have to weigh you down like it does in the winter/fall. (Lighter fabrics = lighter you) Scarves can really be a game changer when the temps fluctuate throughout the day. I usually run out the door to work wearing one almost every morning!