With the weather finally warming up, I finally feel
comfortable baring my legs without screaming because it feels like my skin is
about to freeze off. LOL. I’m more of a pants gal, but I occasionally enjoy
wearing skirts and dresses, especially if they’re pretty like this yellow Eliza
This dress is old (purchased last year). I encourage
you to look in your closets for some floral dresses you may have purchased in previous
years before purchasing another. With a styling tweak here and there, such as
styling midi dresses with sneakers instead of sandals or heels, you can create
some new looks.
You could even thrift for one!
If, after looking through your closet, you find that
you don’t own any floral dress, I’ve linked some options for you below – some yellow,
some not. Take your pick! 😊
I love the button detail that goes down the entire front of this Free People dress. You can totally wear it with lavender heels like the model here, black strappy sandals, white chunky sneakers, etc.
dress would be super cute to wear to work or brunch with white slides or sling
back flats! Love the mock neck detail!
dress is really pretty with the ruffles and the big floral print. It’s
perfect to wear to spring/summer weddings.
I know, I know. We’re several days into March. I’ve been busy with work and school. School, especially, has been mercilessly kicking my butt. I have to say, though, struggling with my course load is serving as a great distraction from online shopping. LOL
of how busy I’ve been with school, I managed to wrap up Frugal Finds Fab-ruary without much difficulty. In case you didn’t have
a chance to read the post on my February project, below are the terms I set for
myself for the entire month:
Shop within a set clothing budget of $150.
Only purchase preloved/secondhand pieces.
Share the price of each and every item I purchase.
Put whatever funds I have left in the $150 budget into paying my car loan.
I own a few Eileen Fisher pieces, and I find the designs simple, beautiful and elegant. They can be a bit pricey though, so I see them as investments. They will last for years since they are so classic and timeless. Just when I thought I couldn’t love the brand more, I fell in love with their stance on sustainable and ethical practices in the fashion industry.
One of my 2019 goals is to become fluent in data management, retrieval, manipulation, and analysis. This meant I should become proficient in SQL (Structured Query Language) and Python programming. How was I going to do this? Read on and find out!
is January 18, 2019, and that means we’re past the halfway point of Nothing New January! I want to share
some of the feelings and thoughts I’ve had this month because, oh boy, have
there been a lot of thoughts and feelings.
I have heard so many good things about Everlane, especially their jeans. So when they were having their Choose What You Pay sale, I placed an order on the last day of 2018 (the day before Nothing New January began LOL) After having worn some of the pieces I’ve ordered, I wanted to share my thoughts on the pieces and Everlane as a brand.
I wanted to start a series called Coffee Chat,where I discuss various topics. They won’t always be fashion-related. The purpose of this series is to simply chat. To start off this series, I wanted to share with you why I shop secondhand via thrifting, consignment, Poshmark, etc.