I have a hard time buying clothes specifically tailored to pregnancy. I do like to purchase 1 or 2 good maternity jeans and spend the rest on dresses that I can layer through different seasons, that will accommodate the growing bump and that I can see myself loving and wearing years beyond those maternity months.
Here’s what’s in my closet currently. mostly, a few feminine dresses, sweaters for layering and a couple good pairs of shoes. (I had planned to shoot in some basic tennis shoes as well to show how a Summer look can easily segue into Fall but am currently wearing my Sandgren clogs with everythingggg and just kept reaching for those. but I have included the link to the pair I’ll swap ’em for come Fall.)
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Hello! This winter I’ve made a resolve to focus on leisure wear, or cozy basics that can transition from home to beyond if need be because they’re just that pretty. I’ve been wearing the same giraffe pajama pants I got for christmas when I was somewhere between 12 and 15 years old up until this point and they’ve become somewhat of a comfort item, oh I love those giraffe pants. Aside from those, its a combo of old workout clothes and my husbands T-shirts, so, it was time!
Here are a few of my favorite things!
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Uniform dressing is as simple as it sounds. Keep only what you love, wear only what you love. Every single day the act of dressing will be simplified, you’ll feel YOU in the clothes you chose and will quickly realize how this effects, or leaves room for other things in your life. Fall is a fantastic time to put this into practice, here I’m showing you looks based off of 3 pairs of pants, a handful of comfy knits, basics, and only 2 pairs of shoes. Continue reading “Fall Uniform Dressing: a capsule closet”
I found this vessel at a thrift store over the weekend, a shape I have been casually looking for for months when I pop into thrift stores from time to time. The piece itself is cast ceramic, and the color wasn’t exactly what I was looking for SO I PLASTERED IT and well, it turned out better than I expected.
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Here’s a quick tutorial on the play silks I shared in my Instagram stories recently. I had so many messages asking for more info, tutorials, dye combos etc so I thought this was the best place to put all the info.
Continue reading “DIY play silks using natural dyes.”
I’ve stretched my own canvas for years and even used to teach an art class where the students would stretch their own too. It saves money big time and you have control of the dimensions. With just a few supplies, you’ll be ready to build one for yourself.
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I’m focusing on less waste and at the same time working beauty into functionality. Ive been using these wraps everyday and have found countless uses. This recipe is fantastic!
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I have received countless requests to compile a list of must haves for your new baby. A lot of the time its expectant twin moms, truthfully the things you need aren’t much different when welcoming two. I’ll be sure to add notes along the way for those twin mamas.
before we dive in, I’ll mention that most of the things I’ve included are all compiled on my amazon storefront to make it as easy as possible for you to make lists of your own and shop directly. You can find that HERE.
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I get asked for sources of things around our home daily. I thought rather than just providing the links to things it would be fun and informative to create a “get the look” blog series which gives insight into my design process as well.
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Today’s blogpost is going to be short and sweet because there is no way I could write up a better stair runner tutorial than Annie Selke has. HERES THE COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE
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