I know we are gearing up to start our Holiday shopping, if we haven’t already begun, yet. Something Scott and I like to do, that makes our shopping a lot less stressful, is to provide one another with a bunch of ideas on what we would like. I highly recommend for you, ladies, to consider this. We can just call it, A Fashionista’s Dream Christmas List. Unless of course, your husband, is amongst the 2% of men who are able to buy gifts for their wives, that will actually be used and not returned! (I made up that statistic, but I bet I’m close.)
The holiday season is quickly approaching. If you think you’ll be attending any holiday parties, I don’t want you to stress about finding the perfect dress without spending a fortune. I searched high and low and did the homework for you. Here are ten extraordinary cocktail dresses, under $50.
LOFT is one of my top five retailers for fashion. Their clothes are not only comfortable and moderately priced, I feel good wearing them!
Yesterday, I visited a LOFT nearby. With the help of one of their resourceful associates, I was able to try on all of my top pic pieces from their newest Fall 2017 arrivals. Some I already owned, and a few I just had to snag. They are running a great sale, right now. I hope you can find some great deals, as I have.
So, you want to go blonde. And, you’re considering doing it yourself. Are you absolutely certain you want to do this? If so, read on, my friend. I’m going to share with you the WHY, WHAT, and HOW to achieve the perfect blonde hair, at home.
This is my favorite time of the year! I love the colors of fall. The smell of the crisp air. The boots, scarves, and hats that come out of my cedar closet. And, of course everything pumpkin! Pumpkin pie, pumpkin beer, pumpkin martini’s, pumpkin scented candles…
I’ve been experimenting a lot with makeup, lately. Especially since I have recently gone blonde, and my “tan skinned” days are over. In other words, I keep a more pale complexion, these days. I think it’s important to reevaluate our “look” every 6 months, because a subtle change in just the color of our skin (say, from summer to fall) can clash with our makeup products.