This dress from Choies was love at first site. Not only is it my favorite color combo, but it is my favorite cut! I know folks get a little nervous ordering from overseas, but this dress turned out exactly like the description. Be still my heart!
Speaking of pink, y’all may have already seen this perfect pink monogram necklace from Cardinal Gift on my IG. I don’t know about you, but I am totally overwhelmed by the amount of options there are out there for monogrammed necklaces. Luckily, this one turned out exactly how I had hoped and arrived within the week! To sweeten the deal, use promo code CORTINSESSION and this baby can be yours for under $14!
As the weather warms up, so come the nuptials. ‘Tis the season for April showers and wedding showers and thanks to Hanes Hosiery, I am wedding-season ready. And you can be too!
To help you look your best at every occasion during wedding season, Hanes Hosiery is hosting a Save the Date Sanity sweepstakes from April 1 – April 25 on their Facebook page! The grand prize winner will win $1,000 and a top drawer of Hanes Hosiery tights (valued at approx. $250)! In addition, they will pick five winners a week for three weeks to receive a sampling of Hanes Hosiery tights (valued at approx. $50).
I am rocking the Silk Reflections pantyhose, but I am loving the Confetti Dot Tights! Perfect for a pink dress.
If there’s one thing I can talk about all day, its shoes. Luckily for me, I recently had the pleasure of speaking with fellow Atlanta-native Julie Brown about her wonderful line of environmentally conscious, super-stylish footwear, Julie Bee’s. And luckily for you, she’s offering $50 off a pair of her shoes using the coupon code: EcoChic 🙂
What motivated you to begin Julie Bee’s?
JB: I wanted eco-friendly yet fashionable shoes that weren’t crunchy granola. The company really evolved from there.
How are most shoes today manufactured?
JB: Most shoes today come from overseas and are made with little regard to the environment and the long-term effects on our communities. These shoes are made on machines and rarely feature real leather components. They are created using non-replenishable resources and pump out chemicals into the environment.
What is the Julie Bee’s difference?
JB: Our shoes are crafted by hand in the United States with real leather, vintage pieces, and vegetable dye. No machines involved. On top of being eco-friendly, I wanted to keep the industry here in the US.
Who is the Julie Bee’s girl?
JB: She’s a lady that is stylish, yet put together. She is confident and sexy and has that right look. The names of each of our styles were inspired by these ladies and the aesthetics of the cities they come from.