Showing posts from November, 2020

Fall Combination- Trench Coat and Mules

Happy new week! It’ll probably come as no surprise that mules are my favorite cooler weather shoe... as I talk about them every year on the blog. They’re so perfect for that transition where it’s not quite time to take out boots. Lately I’m loving mules with a classic trench coat. Both timeless pieces that can be worn year after year. I rounded up a few favorites of both! Trench coat  (similar) |  Tee  |  Jeans  |  Mules  (similar)  Similar trench coat here ,  here , here | Leggings | Similar mules | Handbag Left to right: Fur mules | Pointed toe/chain mules | Button mules | Chain mules  *Links powered by ShopStyle Collective. I receive commission through links clicked.

Bodysuit Try- On

White bodysuit | Pink bodysuit ( sweater ) | Gray bodysuit | Jeans I tried on a few bodysuits on Instagram stories which was a lot of fun. They are from Amazon, Madewell and Target. Amazon is so great for last minute options. I purchased one last minute for my daughter’s birthday party and it ended up being really decent quality. Target is a great go for affordable quality. If you’re looking for top notch quality to last season after season, Madewell is your go to. Their quality is hard to beat and they have timeless basics. All of them are super soft, versatile and comfortable. You can check out more picks below.  Left to right:  White henley | Gray short sleeve | White short sleeve |  Salmon short sleeve Green short sleeve | Black long sleeve turtleneck   Black long sleeve | Gray v-neck | Black henley   *Links powered by ShopStyle Collective. I receive commission through links clicked.

How to Make a Mood Board- November Example

Happy November! I’ve seen mood boards all over for the longest time and never really thought to make one myself until recently. They're beautiful to refer to for inspiration and tap into your creative side. Here’s how I did it: Gather all recent photos that you’ve taken and organize them. I did this by creating a mood board folder.  Go to Canva (or any other creative app of choice) and search for a collage that fits your aesthetic. Arrange them and play around until they match your particular theme.  Save and add a filter of your choice. I used a downloaded filter from Instagram stories.  It’s super easy to make but does take planning if you’re using your own photos. For example, most of my photos were for October but still fit November’s theme perfectly. For December or a winter mood board, start planning now for beautiful holiday inspired content. It’s super fun, creative and is a beautiful way to display your work. Added plus: it totally puts you in a good mood!