Fall is for sure my favorite season for fashion and so I always jump the gun a little bit with the transitional dressing. Wearing things that have no business in 80 degree weather while I impatiently wait for things to cool off is my M.O. So! Here is one of of my favorite transitional trends this year. Making use of all those crazy sleeves I know we’re all buying because every brand on earth is shoving it down our throats. 😉 I am not complaining, but I love seeing them filter into Fall so we can get more wear!Layered with a blazer, leather jacket, coat, vest, under a sleeveless, short sleeve or even 3/4 sleeve dress. These peek-a-boo cuffs are my go-to this Fall! Here’s where I spotted and liked what I saw (I’ll put the non-collaged full looks after the jump)Versace Ready-to-Wear FW 2017 // Loewe FW 2017 // Madewell FW 2017 // Ari Abidari // Atlantic Pacific // 5,7,8 Refinery 29 Streetstyle Roundup (it’s ALL over this slideshow.) //
And how I styled it this weekend:
SHOP MY LOOK: BLOUSE // JEANS DIY raw hem, they were too long // SHOES (old Zara) better options below // BLAZER love the stretch of this one // LIP in Beso
I am sure you have a top to recreate this trend at home (if you like of course) but if you need some in store now, here’s some nicely priced options!
Happy over-heating/dressing! Runway and Street Style looks below:
So we’re gearing up for family photos again, t’s been only about 7-ish months, but everyone has already changed SO much. It’s been such a sweet time in our lives, Raleigh is at this amazing stage I can’t stand to forget and it. How often is too often? 😉
I have been collecting canvas enlargements of our family photos since the beginning of time and so they take up quite a bit of space. It’s hard to decorate with them and although I will always find a place, I am ready for something a little more minimal for now! Our wall is currently in the hallway on the top floor of our townhouse (beige on beige rentals for the win), right in between the boys and our room.
But I caught a glimpse of friend Stacie’s (she owns the DARLING Alice & Ames shop) wall forever ago and never forgot it, check this amazingness out:
I love the oversized and intimate feeling. The candid moments, the levels and scale. It’s all so good! The set of 3 is so easy on the eyes, too!And wanted to collect a few more inspiration pics for any of you in the same boat. via Design Milk
via Chris Loves Julia — this whole home reno is UNREAL!!The reason why gallery walls get tiring is because they’re so busy! SO much for the eye to take in. Controlling the size and balancing the busy-ness with those large white mattes, and of course taking the actual photos black and white, has a calming effect to me. Via Studio McGee
Another great use of black and white photos, uniform frames and major mattes to keep things feeling minimal!via Curbly
This post is sponsored by Revolution Foods, all opinions are my own! Win a month’s supply of breakfasts, lunch and dinners here!
Everyone, say hi to Cal Frame.Please tell me you have kids that make this face when you try to give them nourishment that can’t be purchased at a gas station? Cal is far and away my pickiest eater – he is my only picky eater in fact. He has a gag reflex thing and he gets seriously grossed out (like sick to his stomach) by certain smells. On top of which he might have inherited my hypoglycemia. If he doesn’t eat every couple hours, he falls apart. So feeding him requires a lot of energy. A lot of mindfulness to avoid that face above. When I get him nice and full from a well-balanced meal, I feel like an actual super hero. Truly. So let’s see how we got him from this face to this one:And most importantly to this one. (Full disclosure, he would rather die on that stool than eat broccoli. Believe, me we’ve gone toe-to-toe.)That is the thing about this kid, he truly wants to be adventurous and loves getting praised for trying new foods, he just has to find the ones he likes. Lucky for us (and lucky for them so I could give such a glowing review) it just so happened to be Revolution Foods.Revolution Foods was started by two moms who were in the same boat as lot of us and want to feed our kids in a healthful, delicious way. They started in schools and recently switched to retail for breakfast, lunch and dinner meals! Yay for us! 200 million meals later they have perfected flavors and ease of use, and this meal was a breeze to make!I especially love the design of their boxes, where the front cover is actually a flap that opens up to the cooking instructions! Makes it so easy to prop open while you work away. Here is the finished product! So pretty and I love that it’s a perfect leftover, next day lunch, candidate! Most importantly you all know how much I want to be better at dinners from home and this feels totally doable to me. No last minute trips to the store, everything is ready to go and delicious. Just thaw that meat!
Always thrilled to have another meal I can put on the rotation — this one is Sesame Garlic. I am itching to try their pre-made pancake batter and their take on a Lunchable looks so spot on! Revolution Foods is giving away a month’s supply of meals right here!