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Spring Shoes: Save or Splurge

April 30, 2014

1.  Structured Pumps  [ Save  |  Splurge ]
2.  Gladiator Sandals - Tall  [ Save  |  Splurge ]
3.  Gladiator Sandals - Short  [ Save  |  Splurge ]
4.  Caged Heels  [ Save  |  Splurge ]
5.  Metallic Sandals  [ Save  |  Splurge ]
6.  Block Heel  [ Save  |  Splurge ]

Easter Ensemble

April 29, 2014
[ dress: Tahari, similar here + here ]  [ jacket: Marshalls, last seen here ]  [ pumps: Enzo Angiolini ]  [ purse: Kate Spade ]  

For Easter, I always gravitate towards white + pastels; this year proved no different.  This Tahari tweed number was a steal at Marshalls; nearly 70% off the original price!!  I switched things up a bit, opting for my {faux} leather blazer in lieu of white.  What do you think?

Life Lately [ via Instagram ]

April 17, 2014
 [ jeans: Joe's ]  [ sheatshirt: Kut ]  [ flats: J.Crew Factory ]  [ jacket: Lucky Brand (old), similar ]  

 [ skirt: Target ]  [ sweater: J.Crew Factory ]  [ blouse: Madewell ]  [ flats: Chinese Laundry, so comfortable! ]

 [ wellies: Burberry via Nordstrom Rack (believe it or not), also here ]  [ dress: J.Crew Factory ]
[ jacket: Target ]  [ leggings: BP ]  [ bracelet: J.Crew Factory ]  [ purse: Vince Camuto, similar ]  

[ sweater: J.Crew Factory ]  [ jeans: Joe's ]  [ blouse: J.Crew Factory ] 

I guess you could say I've been shopping at the Factory quite frequently.  Follow along via Instagram.  Hope you're having a great week!

Dotted

April 14, 2014
[ dress: J.Crew Factory ]
[ sandals: Target, similar ]
[ purse: Vince Camuto ]

Dress weather has arrived.  I was ecstatic to throw on an effortless dress + basic sandals - my go-to outfit for a causal dinner or day running errands.  Plus, I had been dying to breakout this dress.  For colder evenings, bring a denim jacket or black cardigan to throw on top.  Have a great week.

Save the Date

April 1, 2014

If you remember back to this post, my sister is engaged!  She asked me to create her Save the Dates.  Obviously, I obliged.   Why wouldn't I?  I love this kind of stuff.   They wanted something unique; something versatile.  Enter coasters.  I designed a custom image that I had converted into a rubber stamp online.  Then my mom, sister + I stamped some 200 blank, off-white coasters.  And voila!  They're turned out pretty damn sweet, don't you think?  

If you have the resources and are willing to devote the time, "DIY-ing" stuff like this can save tons.  Plus it adds a personal touch, which I love.  Basically, these coasters cost less than $150 (not including postage):
     Stamp:   $45
     Ink Pad:   Less than $10
     Blank Coasters:   $42
     Envelopes for Mailing:   around $40
     Labor & Design:   Free (and priceless)

[Also, Yuengling Light Lager is only 90 calories.  Yum.] 

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