I’ve that gloomy point between seasons when I feel as if I’ve run out of outfit options. I tend to experience this the most between winter and spring. The transition from cold to warm can be hard to dress for. Needless to say, I can’t wait until this transition period is over and I can finally break out all the pastel shades and floral prints that embody my spring aesthetic. To help curb my lust for spring styles, I created this eStylist post that features a cute work-friendly look for spring.
Keep reading to get all the details about my ideal spring office look.
Last year was the year a minimized various areas in my daily life. However, the main thing that I minimized was my everyday grown woman bag. Ever since I was in high school, I always carried a big purse, be it a tote or oversized satchel. The bigger it was, the more likely I would want it and buy it. However, last year, I decide that I wanted to challenge myself to start carrying smaller bags. Not only were my bags last year “smaller”, but they were pretty much mini bags.
It took me a while to get used to only carrying a bag that could only hold my phone, keys, and maybe a tube of lipstick. However, after a couple of months, my mini purse became my new norm. In the fall, I eventually upgraded to carrying small, but roomy pouches. This challenge has been fun for the past year, but I’m ready to start carrying roomy purses again. Thankfully, I already found a few possible contenders that meet my needs.
You might recall that one of the items I was lusting after this month was a pair of Doc Martens in black patent leather. Well, I had some gift certificates begging to get used and decided to treat myself. Although I got them a couple of weeks ago, the multiple snow days wouldn’t allow me to wear them. However, now that the sun is back, I decided it was time to break in my shiny Doc Martens boots.
After wearing them for 12 hours straight, I decided that I would share my review and how I was able to break in my new boots. You know what to do; keep reading!
Valentine’s Day is less than a month away and Free People recently released their new editorial titled “Not The Romantic Type”. The looks include the typical V-Day staples of frilly dresses, flirty intimates, and red. Also, they managed to include some all-natural and cruelty free beauty brands that Free People carries. This Free People Valentines inspired lookbook is giving me all types of V-Day inspo.
Keep reading to see some of my favorite looks from the editorial. WARNING! Please be prepared to see a lot red and super cute stuff.
When it comes to buying items that I know I will hardly use, but will need, I look timeless looks. When it comes to a backpack, I feel like I need one. Although I would rarely, if ever, carry this bag, I know having one will come in handy. So, I’ve been trying to decide on a timeless backpack to buy to have when needed.
After bookmarking roughly 25 different options, I finally settled on one that I now believe everyone should consider owning. Keep reading to see which one I picked and why.