Wearing: Prada Timeless Sunglasses, Rujuta Sheth Noir Jumper (c/o Akin & Co.), Steven Alan Droptail Military Parka (similar Everlane Lightweight Anorak), Emerson Fry Split Loafers (similar Loeffler Randall D’Orsay Flat), Cuyana Leather Zipper Tote
Ever since I cleaned out my closet, I’ve been very hesitant to add any new items to it. I’m back into the mindset that my closet is complete and if I don’t need anything new, I won’t buy it. However, sometimes something comes along that I do love so much, and I end up making a purchase. Today I’m sharing five of my Spring must-haves with you. I feel a lot of them are effortless, season-less, and timeless, which to me is the best kind of combination.
Above: bkr London Water Bottle, black 2lb dumbells, Slvrbk Yoga Mat, Lululemon Free to Be Zen Bra, Lululemon Wunder Under in Nulux, Nike Free RN Running Shoes.
It’s been a long time since you made those resolutions, are you still keeping up? If you are, great job! If not, why not try again? I’m sadly in the second boat, but am ready to give it another shot. Often times I find myself running between activities without a lot of downtime to adjust my outfit between them. Today I’m sharing some of my workout favorites, for a fail safe gym to anywhere outfit. Hopefully now I’ll have less excuses when it comes time to work on my health.
Seven years ago when we moved into this house I knew immediately what my biggest challenge would be, the bathrooms. There are two but as evidenced by this post, they are very small. When we first moved in it was pretty easy to keep them tidy, but over time the clutter builds up. Whether it’s a product I wanted to try, travel goods, or seasonal items, they all find a way to make it into the bathroom at some point or another. So this week I decided to tackle the bathroom clutter for good. Today I’m sharing some of my tips for cleaning out the bathroom, as well as some words of advice for living with a small space bathroom.
During my last trip to Palm Springs, my friend Sally and I were determined to go on our own Palm Springs door tour. Obviously I’m referring to “That Pink Door”, and all of the other brightly colored doors belonging to the mid-century modern houses. While Sally was after something more bright, I was a lot more appreciative of the doors that weren’t brightly colored. I loved all of the doors that added a certain charm without taking away from the beautiful architecture. Today I’m simply sharing some of my favorites.