Not really, but I was the morning I wore this late Summer outfit. It was a little end-of-trip breakfast catamaran cruise during my trip to North Lake Tahoe. I resisted buying anything off-the-shoulder for the entire Summer, then finally broke down in the end. I love that the off the shoulder dress from J.Crew I’m wearing isn’t fitted and can actually be worn on or off the shoulder (versatile!). It’s going to Jamaica with me for sure. Still loving these slides, and will probably do so until I’m forced to wear real shoes (ugh).
With my recent trip to Venice and the other warm-weather trips I have planned next month (Oahu and Jamaica), I thought it would be helpful to let you in on a little known secret for how to pack a hat. It’s super easy and doesn’t involve any special travel gadgets, but it does help to have a suitcase that zips off on one side. I love my Tumi TegraLite International Carry-On, but most hard-sided suitcases will do it as well.
Do you ever have those days where you don’t feel like getting dressed? You drag your feet or simply don’t have time to put that much effort into your look? I find more often than not, it’s one of those days and for some reason I can’t just add hours into the day, so I’m left with only a few minutes to get dressed and ready for the day. Since I only wash my hair 1-2 times a week, my daily makeup routine was the next for me to shave some time off of. I like to stick with neutral makeup, that requires as little effort as possible, while still making me look and feel better than if I just rolled out of bed. Today I’m sharing my 5 minute makeup routine with you, and a few quick tips to shorten your makeup routine as well.