Disclosure: I have partnered with LOFT via rewardStyle for this post. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. #AD #LoveLoft Last week I had the chance to not only attend the LOFT Plus Pop Up in Seattle, but also host it too! It was a really fun night of mingling with familiar faces (thank you to all of my Pigment Pals that came out),
I’ve kicked off summer with two goals: 1. Take in as much sunshine as I can get. 2. Travel, travel, travel, and more TRAVEL. So far I’m manifesting all of my intentions. I have nailed my summer glow and have started to travel. While I have several trips planned in over 5 states this season, I’m also taking time to explore cities in my area.
Disclosure: I have partnered with LOFT via rewardStyle for this post. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. #AD #LoveLoft Did you hear the news? LOFT recently launched their plus size collection exclusively online. The second I saw it I was excited to try it on. I love that LOFT makes colorful clothes with fun prints, and it’s exciting to see that they are
I’m obsessed with flamingos. If you’ve been around for a while, this is not going to come to you as a surprise. You’ve seen me wear flamingo clothing, like my favorite flamingo print swing dress. You might even remember reading about my flamingo encounter at Lion Country Safari a few years ago (a.k.a the best day of my life!). After admiring flamingos for as long
I’m a colorful gal that loves two things in life: bright colors and clothes. Lucky for me, this summer those two things are coming together with the arrival of the rainbow fashion trend for 2018. This season, it’s all about letting your inner Rainbow Brite shine with technicolor hues from head-to-toe. While this trend feels really natural to me, I know it can be a
Disclosure: I received a complimentary dress from Eshakti for editorial consideration. I only partner with brands that I personally know and love. All thoughts and opinions shared in this post are 100% my own, but you already knew that. As a young girl, I remember watching TV shows and asking my grandmother (who was a seamstress) to make me custom dresses. She always honored my