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A Three-Season Buffalo Check Midi Skirt for UNDER $30

Last spring I purchased the CUTEST, most versatile buffalo check midi skirt from Target. I’ve worn this skirt so many times since I bought it, I’ve lost count. It’s super summery when you pair it with certain pieces, but I also love how well it transitions into fall. In Texas, the weather is constantly going back and forth between cold and warm during the months of October and November, so I like to keep many of my warm-weather pieces easily accessible, even when it’s technically the fall season. This skirt in particular is the perfect example of one of those three-season pieces; perfect for spring, summer, AND fall. And on top of that, it’s a whooping $29 from Target’s Who What Wear collection. Talk about bang for your buck, right? It’s very flattering (even after a date night full of tacos and margaritas — believe me, I would know) and…

8 Pieces you Need from Target’s Vineyard Vines Collection

ONE – Straw Beach Bag TWO – Blue and White Midi Skirt THREE – Navy and White Stripe Two Piece — Top, Bottom FOUR – Chambray Popover Shirt FIVE – Off The Shoulder Bardot Top SIX – Navy Gingham Shirt Dress SEVEN – Pet Bandana EIGHT – Whale Print Corn Hole Game Who hasn’t been on their beach vacation, stopped by a Vineyard Vines Store and thought… I need that! Even if preppy/coastal isn’t your everyday style, it sure is fun to embrace seersucker and gingham during those hot summer months. Needless to say, I LOVE their new limited-time collection at Target that just dropped today. It’s super adorable and a perfect start to summer. AND it’s affordable. Sign me up, please. My absolute favorite item from the collection is that blue and white striped midi skirt. I WANT IT. When I saw the sneak peek back in April, I…

The Cutest Lemon-Patterned Dress You’ll Find For Just $20

2 Piece Lemon Dress  |  Rancher Hat  |  Boho Clutch I’ve been seeing so much of these lemon-patterned sets this season, and I’ve been keeping an eye out for just the right one. I wanted something that was affordable and comfortable all at the same time. Something I could wear on a date night, but also wear around the family and my kiddos. As I always do, I thought I would check Amazon to see if I could find anything worth buying, and that’s when I stumbled across this adorable 2-piece set. When I first got it in the mail, I thought “Ew, this looks cheap.” I wasn’t totally loving the polyester fabric, it was super wrinkled, and it came in a cheap-looking plastic bag. Overall, I just didn’t get the best first impression. I decided to go ahead and give it a chance and steam the wrinkles out and…

A Bright + Bold Mother’s Day Gift Guide

ONE – Vertly Bath Salts TWO – Lago Woven Tote THREE – Coral Rafia Earrings FOUR – LED Lighted iPhone Cover FIVE – capri BLUE Candle SIX – Yellow Pom Tote SEVEN – Swan Creek Candle Co. Wax Melts EIGHT – Tom Ford Perfume, Black Orchid NINE – Red KitchenAid TEN – Rose Gold DIFF Sunnies Mother’s Day is right around the corner and I wanted to share some of the items that I have personally on my own wish list and also some things I already have, and love. The single thing I love most on this list is pretty hilarious actually. My husband and I are avid fans of the gas station, Buc-ee’s. If you don’t know what I’m talking about (then shame on you — HA, kidding of course), but REALLY… It’s pretty much the coolest gas station ever. It’s massive, with locations all over the country,…

My Favorite Spring Outfit on Repeat

White T-Shirt  |  White Distressed Jeans  |  Leather Slide Sandals  |  Straw Rancher Hat  |  Yellow Tassel Earrings  The weather has finally warmed up here in Texas, which means I can actually bust out my warm-weather clothes. This is one of my favorite times of year because (despite my awful allergies) I can finally get outside and enjoy the sunshine. The warmer temps also mean sundresses, white jeans, sandals and panama hats. And who says you can’t wear white before Memorial day? Pshh! Not me! As soon as it hits 70 degrees, I’m taking those babies out of hiding.  The other day I made my usual weekly Target run, but it wasn’t for groceries this time. I wanted to grab a few basics for spring and pick up some t shirts, jeans, shorts — you know, the works. I recently shared my dressing room diaries (HERE), so if you want…

Dressing Room Diaries: Target Spring 2019

Jeans  |  Sandals  |  Hat Jeans  |  Sandals  | Hat Jumper  |  Sandals  | Hat Top (similar) | Jeans  |  Sandals  | Hat | Jacket Jumper |  Sandals Top (similar)  | Jeans  |  Hat Since messing with the build of our new home, I really haven’t thought too much about clothes. I’ve been pulled to the home isles of Target rather than the clothing isles. BUT the other day I made a special trip to good ole Target to grab a few basics for spring. I was looking for some high-waisted jeans, a few T-shirts, and easy jumpsuits that I could just throw on without having to think too much. With 2 kids, I swear my brain has disappeared, so having a few staple pieces for spring was a must for me. I can just walk into my closet, grab a few things without really looking, throw them on, and BOOM, still look put-together.…

A Sweater Dress for the Win

So lately I’ve been finding myself wearing a few of my favorite things on REPEAT. One of them is this super versatile sweater from Target. I wear it usually with a pair of skinny jeans, but it’s even more fun to wear as a dress with over-the-knee boots. Pretty much every day in Texas is different when it comes to weather, so having a sweater that works in multiple ways is a must. Also – how about that adorable clutch? I snagged that blush beauty for just $30 at (non other than) Target. I don’t see the sweater or clutch online anymore, but I have seen them in stores recently. We’ve also been up to a TON of house-related things when it comes to our new build. We’re about 4 weeks away from closing and I’m starting to finalize my designs for the indoor and outdoor spaces. I’ve been trying…

Family Style: Holiday Pictures

Is it just me, or is anyone else hesitant to do holiday-themed family photos? It’s like, I want to do them SO BAD, but the practical side of me is like… 2 kids… 1 husband… matching(ish) outfits for 4 people… preferably non-screaming children, which means coming up with a good bribe to keep them pleasant… good weather… carving out a time of day where all 4 members of the family are happy and available, PLUS making sure the photographer is available too… Ok. I already need a glass of wine just THINKING about those logistics! I had a holiday backdrop all planned out, but I ultimately decided that practicality was going to win. I don’t know the next time we’ll get a family photo scheduled, so I wanted a setting that wasn’t too holiday(esque) so we could hang these photos in the new house and not have to worry about…

A Summer Dress in December

GET THE LOOK: Yellow Dress (similar, similar, similar)  |  Black Leather Jacket  |  Mustard Yellow Faux Fur Bag  |  Wide-Brimmed Panama Hat  |  Mustard Yellow Tassel Earrings  |  Suede Booties Texas weather — I feel like that’s all I need to say sometimes! Some days it’s 70 degrees and sunny, some days it’s 20 and sleeting. You just never know. That’s why I love keeping some of my summer wear readily available, even when it’s winter. Summer maxi dresses are EVERYTHING to me, so getting to wear them all year around is huge. Simply pair it with your favorite bomber jacket, and your set. I found that adorable clutch at Target, and my panama hat is Target as well. What do you guys think? Am I the only one who keeps their summer gear near, even when it’s chilly out? Photography Credit: Amber Tice Photography

Fall Wardrobe: Changing a Look at the Drop of a Hat

Ever since I can remember, I’ve been a hat girl. And I’m proud to say that my third grade school picture can prove it. I wore a massive Blossom-inspired denim hat with a cranberry colored faux floral smack dab on the front. Hats weren’t allowed in school, so I had to pack it in my backpack and wear it only for the picture. I. felt. so. cool. Fast forward a few decades and although my style has changed, my love for hats hasn’t. There were a few years in my twenties that I thought I wasn’t “stylish enough” to “pull off” a hat, but after two kids and my twenties in my past, I pretty much don’t give a crap. I like hats. So I’m going to wear hats. Lots of them, in fact! Today I’m sharing how three hats can completely change the look of one outfit. I love…