Stacked bracelets! If you follow me on Pinterest you'll know how much I love this look...it's pinned all over my style and accessory boards! Here's some of my fav combo's
I love that you can mix metals, styles, colors- pretty much whatever you want! I personally like to mix some high and some low-end jewelry. My current fav is a david yurman bangle, stella & dot bangle with a cool twine and washer bracelet (thanks whit).
Exciting news...The Fall 2012 Stella & Dot stuff is in! I perused the site and found some awesome pieces that are fun and can easily transition from summer to fall. As I was looking at all the new things I started picturing how I'd wear them and decided to share my thoughts with you all! These two looks feature the Tempest Necklace. The could be worn for a fun cocktail party or dinner/drinks with the girls. You could also wear this fun statement necklace during the day by dressing it down with comfy (but flattering) denim shorts and a flawy tank top...minimal makeup and you're good to go!
So as soon as I mentioned to a few people that I was thinking of trading my car in for a prius I got a ton of reactions...almost all negative. "Really?!" "WTF" "You'll look like a band geek". They all clearly don't share the same vision as me...I'm picturing myself in a cute black prius with a sunroof, an iPod hookup, heated seats for winter...and wearing my go-to cute outfits...something just like below:
Gym to dinner by lteevens featuring a denim jacket
So I'm pretty sure that you've figured out that I work at a gym, which means that I'm pretty much in workout clothes all day. This might sound cool but it's a total pain in the ass when you want to grab a drink or dinner with the hubby or some friends and you don't want to wear workout clothes! Hence my handy stash of a scarf, flats and a light sweater/jacket. Add some bronzer, poof the ponytail and I'm good to go! (granted this is NH and super casual is totally standard...I mean I just got rid of almost all my cocktails dresses because I've lived here for 3+ years and never worn one!)
What do you do in a pinch to get ready to go out?
What do you think? I'll find some "before" photos so you can compare! Also- made a trip to Ikea this weekend...terrifying but I'll show you the treasure I found tomorrow...xo -on the go...posted from my iPhone!
Sometimes we have hard-knocks. It happens to everyone - although it's hard to remember that sometimes. What I've learned (and continue to work on remembering) is that you take the knocks as you can and move on. Don't dwell on the negative, change your mindset and move forward with confidence (thanks Dad).
That said, there's still a little part of you that wants to take the low road and walk away with your middle finger high in the air, but let's face it, that won't get you anywhere (even if it makes you feel better for a day). Hold your head high and move forward - there are great things to come.
I'm mostly writing this as a reminder to myself that (although I'm not particularly religious), God doesn't give you more than you can handle and you will make it to the other side. Only after that will you realize that what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. (you're totally singing Kelly Clarkson in your head now)
Check out The Eliot Hotel. Visit the Web site here. Kirtie and I had a fabulous girl weekend and we would both HIGHLY recommend this fun little boutique hotel right in the heart of Boston...within walking distance of awesome shopping and great restaurants!