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Willamette for the Weekend Scarf in Berry
Simple and Sleek Leggings in Black – High-Waisted
English Garden Getaway Dress
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Winter is upon us! And so is the crisp cold air. Take a look at this classic pink pea coat for some Winter inspiration.
The pea coat featured below was a consignment find at shop in Portland, Oregon called Crossroads. The beauty of consignment shopping is you are not confined to a particular style or brand but rather you are shopping a wide range. Also, in shopping consignment you are buying second-hand which is environmentally friendly compared to purchasing new. If you prefer buying new, take a look below at some online and local shops that are eco-friendly!
Pea Coat: Banana Republic, $46 on consignment
Shop: Banana Republic (Similar look)
Top: 14th & Union, $6.74
Shop: Nordstrom Rack
Bottoms: Articles of Society, $38.40
Heels: Joe’s, $26 on consignment
Shop: Nordstrom Rack (Similar look)
When in doubt, neutral it out. A neutral as the foundation of your outfit allows you to have a pop of color. In other words, neutrals let you have fun and make a statement! With Spring just around the corner, so are the bright colors that you can find on the pretty blossomed trees, flowers, and even your outfit!
Staying within the seasons, I pieced together a nice transitional outfit that brings out a sneak peak of those spring colors. The best part of the whole outfit is its low cost of $44.00! That is such a win. You may be asking, ‘Why is it so darn cheap?’. Well to answer your question with just one word–dress. The dress allows you to have a whole outfit complete with just one piece of material and cost. That is why I love dresses! However, finding a good dress that is suitable and affordable can be difficult. The best selection of affordable dresses I found are featured on sites like Hautelook, H&M, Forever 21, and Tobi.
Have a try and see what gems you can find! And don’t forget about your local consignment as there are plenty of beautiful pieces just waiting for you. Now keep scrolling to check out an uber cute outfit for some ideas on what to look for!
Dress: H&M, $12.00
Shop: H&M, or local consignment
Blazer: Papaya, $10.00
Shop: Papaya, or local consignment
Shoes: Chinese Laundry, $22.00
Shop: Nordstrom Rack, or local consignment
Watch: Burberry, $495.00
With new year diets and workouts on the move, so is the latest and greatest athletic trends to get you closer to your goals. Frequently I hear my co-workers and family members competing with one another using their Nike Training app, or their Fitbit. These are awesome ways to get motivated and further yourself towards your goals. However, no one said you can’t accomplish these goals in style!
Below I pieced together a comfortable outfit to take on the outdoors for a run, hike, bike ride, whatever activity you like. The greatest part about this outfit isn’t just the neon Nike dri-fit sweater that provides safety, but also the great price. Maybe you’re trying to afford a gym membership AND the latest and greatest athletic trends… well with an affordable outfit like this, you can choose if you’d like to stick to the streets, or take on that gym membership.
Following the images are links to shop the look, or shop a similar style. Have fun!
Top: Nike dri-fit, $29.97
Shop: Nordstrom, or Nordstrom Rack in-store only
Bottoms: Zella, $19.97
Shop: Nordstrom, or Nordstrom Rack in-store only
Shoes: Nike, $49.97
Shop: Nordstrom Rack in-store only
I am so excited to share this little diy project with you! Now one might not consider this a big accomplishment, but if you’re like me and you NEVER finish a Pinterest project let alone start one, then this is a big accomplishment.
Do It Yourself projects are wonderful ways to save money and put something that you have laying around, to good use. Now that the holidays are winding down and the New Year is just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to go through all of those wonderful treasures you have laying around, and purge of the unnecessary things! Upon finding an old picture frame, I decided to piece together a cute little jewelry holder that can be mounted on the wall. Check out the details below so that maybe you too can take on a little project this New Year!
(Hand Model: Tucker Fleischmann)
-Mesh potato bag (old Halloween decoration)
-Foam from jewelry boxes
1) Take out picture frame glass and insert three small screws on the top row.
2) Take foam and line at the bottom of the frame, tucking the edges underneath the frame’s lower inside edge.
3) Take mesh and cut into the shape of the inside frame panel. Then tuck the excess mesh edge under the inside frame edge.
4) Pin the corners and cork the sharp edges in the back.
5) Take your favorite jewelry pieces and put them on display!
That’s it! It’s that easy. Now it’s your turn!
The holidays are winding down, and new year resolutions are here! And so is the Nordstrom half yearly sale! Nordstrom Rack and Nordstrom have some wonderful sales going on right now ranging from 25%-50% off clearance and select items. If you have any gift cards or returns, now would be the time to turn that into something fabulous for you!
Here is a great Sunday outfit featuring pieces from both Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack. Both the skirt and the shoes were more than 50% off, regularly $68 for the skirt and $110 for the suede pumps.
-Top: Free Press, $9.97
-Skirt: Chelsea 28, $11.90
-Shoes: Seychelles, $20.80
-Bracelet: Alex and Ani, $28