Greetings, friends! I woke up this morning and I think I saw a glimpse of sunshine. I’m pretty sure I now know how Noah must have felt when he emerged onto the deck of the ark after 40 days and 40 nights of rain… sweet relief!
Good morning from the rainy northeast. I guess London is getting all the sunshine this weekend, which is appropriate, I suppose! I actually have a nice variety of outfits to share with you this week. We had some nice days and some not-so-nice days so I’ve got a mix of spring and summer looks going on here.
Swimsuit season is fast approaching, and this year I added two new swimsuits to my summer wardrobe. I wore them both when I was in Florida, but my favorite by far is the one I’m wearing in this post.
I get a lot of requests for shorts recommendations, so I decided to try on a bunch and do a review and comparison post a la my popular white jeans review post.
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I’ve spent more hours than I can count sitting on metal bleachers watching my son play baseball and more recently perform in the marching band, and I’m all about trying to look cute and put-together but still practical for the dusty ball field. I’ve rounded up some cute outfits on Pinterest to help update your soccer mom wardrobe and anyone else reading along who needs some casual spring style inspiration.
I know, I know. It seems like spring just arrived in most parts of the country, but the days are getting shorter, and the weather’s getting warmer, and it’s time to start thinking about summer fashion! The spring-to-summer transition is much more subtle than winter-to-spring or summer-to-fall, but I still like to freshen up my wardrobe for the summer season. I’m already noticing some “holes” in my wardrobe on the warmer days. Today we’re going to discuss the wardrobe pieces you might want to have in your closet this summer season.
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Some of you have requested a post about what to wear to a summer wedding, and I’m more than happy to go window shopping for you! It’s been AGES since I’ve been to a wedding, but I doubt much has changed in the past 20 years… Or has it? Well, I’ll do my best. Some of you probably have a lot more experience with weddings lately so you can feel free to chime in with your best advice.