Rest assured, just when the temperatures are on the rise, you’ll find yourself sitting on metal bleachers cheering on your miniature Olympian. What can you wear to be supportive and fun, all while not melting?
Here’s what I would choose-
The first outfit might not be the exact team colors, but it’s a light color to keep you cool. And a great hat comes in very handy!
The second outfit has some fun boho shorts and some fringe (and non-yawnworthy) sandals. Instead of full on
Memorial Day often strikes up the grilling and picnicking fever in all of us. What doesn’t sound better than a hotdog or brat right now? Yum! If your family is planning on a picnic outing, here’s an outfit for the day. Hopefully the weather is nice and you can wear shorts. I like these coral shorts with the pretty belt. That’s a belt that wants to be shown off, so tuck the shirt in. I love the eyelet shirt with sleeves. I love the look of sleeves with shorts. Don’t for
Today certainly hasn’t gone as planned. After getting the kids off to school, I found myself phoneless. Which is a weird feeling. I was thankful that we still had our landline or I would have felt cut off from the world. Drat technology anyway! Instead of my normal routine, I had to make an emergency trip to town to fix said phone. And in the process, guess what color I ended up dressing in…gray. Gray like the skies have been for days. So I color failed today. And it
Jackets this spring are big, which makes sense because most of us have been hiding behind a bulky coat all winter. One of the trends in jackets is a collarless style. This looks is very sleek and modern. It reminds me greatly of the Oscar gown Gwyneth Paltrow wore with the cape. Perhaps this look is a trickle down from that night? Image source, Wikipedia via Flickr, Materialscientist Anywho, here are a few styles, all worn with heels. Because I’m kind of missing my heels.
Have you tried spinning? I have to admit I was a little leery when I first signed up. I do enjoy a good bike ride but I’m just not a distance rider. So I was concerned that I may not enjoy it. I’m so glad I tried it! It takes a while to get used to sitting on the bike. Read- your bum is going to be sore!! But eventually that goes away. I also experienced knee pain until I figured out that my bike’s seat wasn’t up high enough. So good bike position is important. I en
Over the river and through the woods, to your holiday event we go! Traveling can be a major pain…especially if you are going a long distance or sweating airplane travel with little ones. Keep things simple. Start with basic comfy jeans. For climate control, try a tshirt and knit blazer. Just one step up from a sweatshirt but so many more style points. Needing to hop out of the car a bunch? Sport this fun hoodie at the gas stations and these sneakers that weren’t meant for
Packing for Thanksgiving? I’ve got you covered. Take one pair of pants and I’ll give you three different looks to choose from to make any occasion your trip might throw at you easy to navigate from your suitcase. The first look- patterned corduroys. Don’t let these comfy little numbers scare you- there are many ways to wear them! Find a tshirt with a little pattern to match or just a sweater in the same color family and you have two easy outfits. Want to dress them up?
Our last lesson for a while is about mixing feminine and masculine textures and looks. The combination is so wonderful. And here’s why. Think about a beauty queen all dressed up for competition in her dazzling sequin fuchsia gown, big hair, lots of lipstick and high heels. While this outfit is Barbie’s dream come true (and perhaps men across America’s), it pretty much leaves you with a cavity. Think about all the great film female characters that you’ve watched- they all