NASCAR PR rep with a love of horror films, smushed-faced dogs, graphic design, Garth Brooks, college football, and fashion.

Design Your Own Bridal Shoes



Heels: Shoes of Prey c/o | Dress: LOFT (Wearing a size small) | Necklace: Zara (Similar here) | Bag: SheIn c/o

First of all, let’s state the obvious: I’m sharing a post about potential bridal heels and not wearing a wedding dress. That is because I want you to learn from my mistake. I, unfortunately, hadn’t heard of Shoes of Prey before my wedding and I spent way too much time and money finding the perfect shoes. If you’re a bride-to-be, you know the struggle. Most white wedding heels are downright tacky and ugly! But, have you ever considered designing your own shoes? And would you be surprised if I told you that you could for under $200?!

Enter Shoes of Prey. You pick the style of shoe you want, the colors, the heel height/width, the material, toe style, etc. You can add your new married name (or anything you want) on the inner sole in gold or silver and even color the inner or outer sole as your something blue!

Your designs don’t have to be limited just to bridal shoes; I just wish I had! For me personally, I had been on the hunt for the perfect pointed-toe block-heel white pumps and couldn’t find them anywhere. So, in only minutes, I designed my own. Shipping isn’t as slow as you would expect considering they’re creating these beauties from scratch for you. I received mine in only two weeks! And I know that I am sounding like a used car salesman, but I am THAT excited about this website. This post isn’t sponsored and you best believe I will return again and again when I need the perfect, unique shoe for a special occasion.


Best of Meritt Clothing Label


Top: Meritt Clothing Label c/o | Jeans: AG | Bag: SheIn c/o | Boots: Goodnight Macaroon c/o | Earrings: BaubleBar | Sunglasses: Karen Walker


Pullover: Meritt Clothing Label c/o | Striped T-Shirt: Nordstrom | Leggings: Old Navy | Boots: Hunter (Color: Pink Sand) | Bag: Chanel | Sunglasses: Karen Walker

If y’all have been following along on Instagram, you have seen me share quite a few Meritt Clothing Label looks over the seasons. As a blogger, we have the opportunity to work with many amazing boutiques. But what set Impressions Online Boutique apart and makes Meritt Clothing Label unique is that it is their own in-house label.

As if Impressions didn’t already have the cutest clothes, Meritt never ceases to impress me. The cuts, prints, and fabrics are so stunning and high quality that I always make sure to snag a few pieces whenever they drop a new line. This season, I picked up this cozy pullover and pink floral tunic. They are such staples for fall and into winter. I already forsee myself layering the pullover with  classic herringbone vest and the tunic with a tan fur vest. But if you love these pieces like I do, be sure to shop them fast. Meritt has limited quantity and the most popular items tend to sell out fast! Happy shopping, loves!


Styling a Leopard Skirt



Sweater: SheIn c/o | Skirt: Sanctuary (Only $44!) | Vest: J.Crew Factory (Under $50!) | Boots: Goodnight Macaroon c/o | Bag: SheIn c/o | Earrings: BaubleBar c/o | Sunglasses: Karen Walker

I’ll get to this outfit in just a minute, but first I need some real talk. Does anyone else have Taylor Swift’s new album on repeat? I can’t get enough. In Delicate, King of My Heart, & New Year’s Day, the lyrics literally speak to my soul. I love Taylor in love! But seriously… if anyone is as obsessed as me, please reach out. I need someone to chat with about it! Jeremy is so over it – ESPECIALLY when I try to serenade Gorgeous to him.

Now that that’s out of the way (yes, I’m aware I have a problem), on to the fashion. Y’all – everything I’m wearing is under $50, minus the boots!! I am shocked that this skirt isn’t sold out yet because it is THAT GOOD. For only $44, it is such high quality jacquard fabric and even has pockets. I am wearing a size small in it, but if you are a size large, I found it here for only $22! This sweater is also only $22. You have seen me wear it in this post too and it is just perfect for pairing with skirts and vests thanks to its shorter length and adorable ruffle-tier sleeves. It is one size fits all, but fits like a small/medium.