Happy Friday! Doesn’t this outfit just scream Valentine’s Day? That pesky little holiday is starting to sneak up on us. But first things first, it’s Kevin’s birthday this Saturday so we are heading to the mountains and hoping to see snow! We rented a cabin near Boone and I’m looking so forward to relaxing.
I packed up this outfit to stay warm and cozy, but I don’t think any amount of layers will protect me from a low of 3 degrees tonight! When it comes to packing for cold-weather destinations, I am the world’s worst. If it’s a road trip, I just throw everything I own into my truck. If I am flying, then it’s a miracle if they let me carry-on (they never do). Regardless, I always wind up freezing my booty off! Anyone else have this problem?
HiOh! Some version of this look is my everyday uniform: jeans, tee, and a jacket. And I don’t have pants in my closet comfier than these boyfriend jeans. For anyone a little hesitant about trying boyfriend jeans, the trick is to size down, cuff them twice, and always wear heels with them to prevent the dreaded frump. #shortgirlproblems
I have exciting news if you live in the Charlotte area! I will be hosting a cocktail/shopping party at Tash Boutique this Wednesday night from 6:00-8:00pm. I’ll be leading a DIY session, sipping champagne, and helping ladies look their best… which isn’t hard considering Tash’s selection. And the whole store will be on sale! You can find all of the info here. Hope to see you out!
I always love when something that is comfy is fashionable… tennis shoes, leggings, tunic sweaters, and chunky scarves. Yes please! Since picking this scarf up at Forever 21 (in stores), I have gotten a number of questions about how I tie it. Here’s how…
Unfold your scarf.
Fold it across evenly to create a triangle.
Grab the two far ends of the triangle, one in either hand.
Cross the two ends behind your head.
Pull them around to the front.
Tuck the two ends slightly under the rest of the scarf and fluff it out until the desired look is achieved.
Voila! You have a cute way to wear the tricky but cozy square blanket scarves.