Isn’t it awesome when a fun holiday falls in the weekend; like 4th of July? This year, Cinco de Mayo falls this Saturday and I already have 3 different Cinco de Mayo day party invites. However, I’m not sure if I’m going to make it to any of them, because I have a meeting all that morning and then I have to serve at church that evening. So, I might be a little too pooped to fall through any of them.
Still, I’m contemplating going to one and if I do, I’m thinking a cute and casual dress with minimal accessories. I have this super sweet printed dress that I got from Old Navy last year that I never got around to wearing, but I don’t have any cute and comfortable sandals to go with it. I guess I need to hurry up and decide if I’m going or not. If so, I have some shopping to do.
My dress from ON is no longer available, but I did find a similar one. Keep reading to see what I think is a cute contender for any Cinco de Mayo day party.
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.
Usually, for Christmas, I tend to dress very casual in the form of leggings, boots, and loose fitting top. However, this year, I decide to be a little festive and feminine. I scored a cute burgundy dress from Nordstrom Rack a couple of weeks ago that’s also really comfy. However, I’m still not sure what shoes to wear, which sucks. I was torn between knee high boots or lace-up booties, but now I’m also considering fur-lined mules and thigh high stretch boots. So many decision and so little time. In this year’s eStylist Christmas post, I mixed some feminine details with festive colors and fun textures.
Keep reading to get all the details from this year’s Christmas eStylist post. Those nude thigh highs spotted on Shopbop were too hot to not include, FYI!
For Thanksgiving, I plan to wear my most comfortable raggedy tee and warm sweatpants while Christmas movies. Although one of the main things I’m grateful for is my family and friends, I’m even more grateful that they understand that I don’t want to be bothered with having to get dressed up and leave the house. Thanksgiving 2017 is going to be amazing!
However, if you have plans to go out and don’t know what to wear, here is a little Thanksgiving style inspiration for you to ponder. For Thanksgiving, I usually lean more towards dark and moody colors. This year, I’m really into feminine colors, fun prints, and cozy touches. Not to mention, any time you can find a reason to wear your white booties is a good time. Keep reading to get all the details about this look and one also information about one of my favorite yearly sales that is currently going on.
I woke up today feeling torn. I couldn’t get some (rare) cute pictures I took this weekend to upload. Something about them being corrupt and other blah. So, I have to retake them. However, I also woke up to a forecast that features cool temperatures with a chance for sun later in the day. Needless to say, the latter helped me get over the previous emotions. Also, it looks like this cool weather is here to stay. *quick office chair twerk* So, I decided to share a chilly fall day eStylist post. Hopefully, I can finally stop dressing like I’m stuck between summer and fall.
I’m really into dresses this season, especially floral dresses. To get all the details on this look, keep reading. HINT: I own this dress and I might be wearing it as I type. 😛