I’m just over 7-months prego but I’ve officially surpassed the size I was when Naiya was born. It’s hard to believe I have over two months to go! Either I’m carrying a ten pounder in here or my body has decided to pop to the max for baby #2. Getting dressed these days feels like a total body workout–let alone putting on any makeup. To save myself the hassle of wearing makeup (especially in this crazy summer heat!), I’ve turned to some natural skincare products that have helped me to feel confident going bare-faced. Sharing one of my favorites today, how I’ve been using it and where you can snag it. Scroll down for a special discount code that you can use at checkout too!
Happy Monday, Everyone! Today’s post is all about the decor starting to pop up in our apartment. Phil and I moved into our LA apartment back in June but it’s taken all of these months to make our house really feel like a home (and we’re still getting there!). Over the past few weeks, we’ve been having a lot of fun decorating with colorful pillows, photos and creative frames.
I am beyond excited about today’s collaboration with jewelry designer, Andrea Bocchio because her accessories collection is fun, funky and perfect for summer. Today, I’m wearing her pink Vitim Necklace and it really is the perfect statement piece for any outfit. I especially love the pop of pink it adds to my look today.
The holidays are almost here! Here are some last-minute gift ideas for your favorite fashionista while you still have time to order online. Right now, I’m loving bright colors for winter like the below pink Tory Burch bag, orange Rebecca Minkoff skirt and bright blue monolo pumps. I am also loving cute and comfy flats like the classic Tory Burch gold black revas below and fellow blogger, Chiara Ferragni’s adorable lipstick sparkly flats. If you do not already follow Chaira’s The Blonde Salad blog, I highly recommend it for further fashion inspiration. Click here purchase any of the below looks from Shopstyle.com! Happy Shopping!
When I was a kid, I would spend hours making colorful friendship bracelets. I’d try my hand at developing all different patterns that I hoped my fellow classmates would love (and I had huge glasses and looked very much like Little Miss Sunshine but that’s a whole other story). Next, I’d bring the bracelets into school to see if anyone would buy them for a couple bucks at lunch. Soon, I became a third grader with a mini side business. Those were the days! Recently, I’ve been seeing similar bracelets popping up all over Los Angeles-–in stores and at flea markets. Feeling nostalgic, I decided to pick up the art of designing these again. I am surprised that my hands remember exactly what to do. Here’s a sneak peak at a RELish friendship bracelet in the works. I’m challenging myself to complete it by tomorrow so we’ll see what happens. I’m updating its ’90′s look by adding some vintage studs I found at a local leather shop on Melrose Avenue here in Los Angeles. I can’t wait to post the finished product soon!