An easy, comfortable fall style that anyone can pull off is the denim on denim look.
These days my personal style centers around comfort and versatile pieces that can be mixed and matched. Whenever I want to feel pulled together, stylish and comfortable all at the same I time I grab for my denim on denim look. The key to pulling this off is making sure your denims don’t match. That’s when you fall into the Canadien Tuxedo category and although that works for some people (you work on a ranch or live in Canada), it’s best to offset the denim.
Another tip is to wear the darker shade of denim where you want to appear slimmer.Just saying, it works. READ MORE
Sharing with you this simple, easy trick to design your entryway (or anywhere in your house) with everyday items.
Full disclosure — I’m going through this “moment” right now with my house where I’m over “stuff” and/or desperately wanting to update an area of the home. You may have noticed this considering that a few of the latest posts are where I created a hat wall in our master bedroom, redesigned my home office shelves and then went on to purge my closet, I’m in this transition phase of sorts of wanting to switch things up but not spend much (or any) money to do so. That leaves me to design with everyday items that are already around my home and today’s focus was on the entryway. READ MORE
I woke up the other day feeling the urge to purge. Before I even left my room to start my day, I went into my closet and picked 30 items to purge. While 30 items seems like a lot, it didn’t even put a dent into my closet.
I have felt this strong urge to remove unnecessary clutter from my life and last week it was my home office shelving and this week it’s back to being focused on my closet. Quite honestly, I felt ashamed of myself that after 30 items were removed (that’s what you see hanging up), my closet was still full of clothes, shoes and accessories. “Why do I need all this stuff?” is what I kept asking myself. READ MORE
Last month we got to enjoy some summer fun at the Santa Barbara Polo Fields.
I have had a whirlwind summer from taking a 12-day road trip to the Pacific Northwest, heading to Wisconsin to celebrate the 4th of July, our annual Lake Tahoe trip and in between there, I got to have some summer fun at the Santa Barbara Polo Fields! I have never been to a polo match, but what’s not to love about a summer day in Santa Barbara where you get to dress up, wear a big hat and watch handsome men ride beautiful horses in a competitive polo match? READ MORE
After almost 5 years of living in our home, it was time for my home office wood shelving to get redesigned.
After getting home from our trip to Lake Tahoe this weekend, I went to unpack my laptop bag and ended up spending the next 4 hours in my home office purging items and giving my wood shelving a redesign. I’ve been uninspired for quite some time with my home office and have slowly pulled items down from my wood shelving, but haven’t been sure about what route I wanted to go with what items to put back on display.
I feel myself going in the minimalist direction (thanks to my friend/associate, Christina), but am taking baby steps to get there. I’m over senseless, non-functional “stuff” cluttering my life and feel this big sense of relief once I donate the items to give them a second life. I definitely have a less is more approach lately and wanted to give my home office a kickstart in that direction. READ MORE
Since I have a serious love of hats, I thought I would share a fun way on how to create a stylish, neutral hat wall display in your home.I’ll make this real simple. I’m a bonafide hat girl and there is nothing stopping me from my growing collection. Right now I own somewhere north of 35+ hats and that ranges from fedoras, beach hats, baseball caps, newsboy caps, etc. I’m an equal opportunist hot lover needless to say. I have an organized, simple way of stacking my hats in my closet, but I thought it would be fun to share with you how I created a stylish, neutral hat wall display in our master bedroom. READ MORE
If I had to pinpoint one constant in my life it would be my commitment to reading. I thought I’d share with you why I love to read + the 20 books I’ve already read in 2018.
As long as I can remember, I’ve always had a passion for reading books. Books are like an escape and an opportunity to be transported into a beautifully written world. For me, they play out like movies and I’m eager to flip the page and find out what happens next. Maybe that’s why I’ve developed into a pretty fast reader and I’ve already closed the cover on 20 books this year. READ MORE