I can’t believe that tomorrow is already Halloween and then November will be here. Looking back, I can’t believe how quickly this year has flown by. Wasn’t winter just here? I already had to break out the Bean boots! Speaking of, I’m thinking the women of my family should be in an L.L.Bean ad.
Last weekend I was my sister’s school for family weekend. There’s something about being on a college campus in the fall. Seeing the leaves change, tailgating with thousands of other people cheering for the same team, spending time with family, it’s all pretty great.
Promoted pins have become my favorite form of social advertising.
I get so much wear out of these Sam Edelman ankle boots (pictured above). See how I styled them in Monday’s post. They’re timeless, and they’ve held up since I bought them last year, so I’m not surprised that they brought them back. Regardless of your style and preference, I feel that ankle boots or “booties” are a great wardrobe staple in anyone’s wardrobe. They’re classic and go with anything. And sometimes you want to wear a boot that takes go up to your knees. Love my riding boots, but it’s hard sitting at my desk all day in them.
I thought I’d round up ankle boots at different price points because we all have different budgets. And the good news, is that there are great options for everyone. Happy shopping!
Fall is my favorite season for fashion, and this sweater is a big reason why. I got this Treasure&Bond shirttail sweater (currently sold out) back during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, and I think it’s my favorite purchase of the season. When I originally tried it on, I was bummed that I had to wait for the temps to cool down before I could wear it. Continue Reading
There’s no other way to put it: Mondays suck. What I’ve found always helps put me out of a Monday funk is a good outfit. After all, getting dressed is supposed to be fun, and I hope this blog does a good job of bringing that to light. Especially on Mondays, we need an outfit that makes us feel confident but that also requires little effort. Hence why I always reach for a dress on those difficult mornings. Continue Reading