fashion + beauty + accessories
One of my favorite parts about Easter Sunday is seeing all the littles dressed up in their adorable Easter outfits. Those miniature suit jackets and fancy dresses are enough to make my heart melt! I don’t have kids of my own yet, but I can’t wait for the day when I can spoil them with new clothes on Easter. I’m pretty sure their outfits will look something like this…
Boys: 5. Ludlow Suit Jacket 6. Everyday Shirt 7. Turquoise Straight Jeans 8. Combination Docksiders 9. Aviator Sunglasses 10. Striped T-Shirt 11. Chino Style Bermadas with Belt 12. Kids Converse Jack Purcell Low-Tops
Easter might be my favorite holiday. After the dreary winter months, I love welcoming back warm weather, budding flowers, new life, and colorful clothing. This year on Easter, I’m planning to embrace pastels with an outfit that’s easy to transition from the brunch table to an egg hunt with friends. What will you be wearing?
For the past few weekends here in San Francisco the weather has been beautifully warm. My husband and I, along with everyone else in the city, have been taking advantage of the sunshine by spending our Sunday afternoons picnicking in Dolores Park. Since next Sunday is St. Patrick’s Day, I’m hoping the weather holds out so that we can keep our streak going. I think a festive picnic with a few friends would be the perfect way to celebrate the holiday. Lucky for me, I’ve already picked out the perfect outfit. Now I just need to figure out what we should eat (since corned beef and hash doesn’t seem like the easiest meal to transport…)
PS - Headed to a movie night soon? Don’t miss my picks for an outfit that’s both casual and stylish!
Maybe its the chill in the air here and maybe its all the new Fall clothes in all the windows but I’m starting to think of Fall clothes. My friend Aubrey is a great dresser and I always thought she just had great taste. But hanging out with her the last few weeks I realized she definitely has great taste but she also puts a lot of time into shopping. She doesn’t necessarily buy expensive things but takes the time to go to thrift stores and shops. It made me remember that if you want to be good at something you just have to spend more time on it (obvious, but I forgot!) This Fall I want to wear more long skirts, vintage hats, lots of herringbone blazers, and stripes still look good to me. I also need help with jewelry. I am the worst at accessorizing. I’m going to spend a little more time on putting a wardrobe together, we’ll see if it works.
Of all my friends with kids no one dresses their kids as cute as my friend Fergi. She has hands down the best collection of vintage kids clothes of anyone I know. (Her own wardrobe is also something I fantasize about.) Well Fergi has opened an Etsy shop where she is selling pieces for ridiculously cheap. This is pretty much a dream come true for me. Plus look how cute her logo is. Her four year old daughter designed it. Check it out right here.