Happy Monday! So thankful for a relatively restful weekend after so much travel for work. I finally feel like Phil and I are starting to check things off of our ever-growing baby to-do list and it feels amazing. We’ve signed up for a bunch of prenatal and childbirth classes over the next few weeks at LA’s The Pump Station and Cedars Sinai, we’ve officially created our registry and we’re slowly starting to pack for our move at the end of the month into our new home.
Sharing some more photos from our babymoon in Maui a few weeks ago (check out our other posts here, here and here) and these are some of my favorites. On the last full day of our trip, Phil and I woke up at 2am to drive to the summit of the Haleakala Volcano to watch the sunrise. Since my morning sickness was still really bad, we had decided to pass on driving Maui’s famous Road to Hana earlier in our trip and this was our substitute adventure.
Sometimes you just have to let your inner rocker out. That’s what I was feeling when I styled today’s outfit. I usually love pairing leather jackets with simple basics but today, I went full-rocker. I paired my studded leather jacket with a new band tee Phil and I picked up at the recent Florence and The Machines concert at LA’s Hollywood Bowl.
Happy Friday, Everyone! Today I’m wearing one of my favorite looks of the summer and it’s one which has become my go-to weekend uniform. The look includes a crisp white button down half-tucked into some comfy distressed denim shorts. I love that the look can be dressed up or down by switching from flats to heels and/or adding fun accessories into the equation. In the shoe department today, I paired this look with nude wedges. Jewelry-wise, I layered on tiny gold necklaces in three different lengths.
My outfit today was inspired by a book I read this weekend: Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. It’s a quick read that teaches you how to organize, clean and simplify your life like never before and I definitely leaned in. I got so inspired that I decided to try the methods I learned out on my own closet and now there’s no turning back (my living room, kitchen and every closet in my house are next!).