Thursday, April 25

Packing for Procrastinators

I'll be honest, I don't pack for anything until the night before or day of my trip.  I have always been like that, but since getting older and having a much larger range of wardrobe options to choose from I've in the past few years written out a "Pack List" with the basic necessities and think on it for a few days to determine which shirts, dresses and shoes I'll be cramming into my suitcase.

Five pairs of shoes for a three day vacation, sounds about right.  No matter how long the trip I inevitably fill my suitcase to the brim, never fails.  Oh, and the palm trees are just to make you jealous.

Sunday, April 21

DIY: Embellished Sunnies

I've never been one who invests in expensive sunglasses, I've always found I'm too paranoid I'll drop them, scratch them, break them, lose them, etc... This weekend I picked up this pair from H&M for a staggering $8 and thought I could make them just a tad bit more special after seeing these and these.

Bad hair, don't care.  One trip to Michael's, 10 minutes and these bad boys are on my must-pack list for my Miami.  The Boyfriend's verdict is still out, but I just think he's a little jel.

Friday, April 19

South Beach

Counting down for the boyfriend and I's mini-vacay to Miami next week.  Stay tuned to see how I pack for trips and how I plan on fitting all my bikinis in my carry-on.

Saturday, April 13

Rolling with the Homies

Trina Turk Blazer (old), Etsy Tee, AG Boyfriend Jeans (old but Similar here), Ray-Ban Sunnies, Prabal Gurung for Target Heels

Spring has officially sprung down South and I refuse to believe neon is a trend of the past.  A great perk of no longer living in the city means Target collaborations of epic proportions are available without long lines, potential cat fights or waiting for online purchases to finally arrive at my doorstep.  I saw these heels when his lookbook first came out, knew they had to be mine and have since been incorporating them into every spring outfit I own now that the weather is up to reasonable temperatures.