When it comes to slip-on sneakers, I’m absolutely smitten. In fact, I just posted an outfit wearing a pair earlier this week! They are perfect for running errands because they’re both cute and comfortable. I absolutely love them for traveling because they make airport security a breeze. And they add the perfect amount of sporty to any weekend look! Here are a few of my favorites…
What. A. Week. Am I right? The gorgeous spring weather had me in a great mood all week, but holy hell, this week was a busy one. Lots of crazy and exciting project in the works! For me, this weekend will be spent with equal parts unwinding and trying to catch up. Here are a few things that caught my attention this week…
I’ve never been the girl that’s obsessed with babies. At times, I’ve even felt like something is wrong with me because I typically don’t feel any type of maternal instinct when I’m around kids. (#TMI) Spending time with my 1-year-old niece over the holidays helped a little bit (she is adorable!) and older people always tell me that I “will come around.” Well, Prince George may have just changed my views on babies. If I can have a baby that looks just like him, sign me up. He is just too cute!! Check out these photos here.
Hallie & I always joke about how we are life partners. I mean, we literally do everything together. It’s gotten to the point where people just refer to us as one. I laughed out loud when I saw this article — 34 Signs You Are Actually Dating Your Best Friend. And then I found this article and we’re pretty much guilty on all accounts. Oops. A guy I recently dated was a little put off about how much time Hallie & I spend together. I believe his exact quote was “You two are one small step of sexual attraction away from being actual lesbians.” Needless to say, he’s no longer in the picture.
If I could live in any one uniform right now, this would be it. A cropped sweatshirt, a flirty skirt, and a pair of slip-on sneakers. The ultimate weekend look! It’s comfortable and a little bit sporty. It’s laid-back and easy, but feels put together at the same time.
When I was styling accessories to pair with this bright & cheery Vineyard Vines dress, I wanted to push the envelope a little bit. My first choice for shoes was my go-to pair of nude ankle-strap heels from Zara. Remember them from last summer? Wore them over and over and over again. (Proof: one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight)
Don’t get me wrong, I loved the dress paired with a simple nude sandal. (And I would highly recommend that combo for any upcoming weddings this season!) But I just felt like doing something a bit more unexpected… So I went with these cut-out cobalt sandals. I like how the lattice print kind of repeats itself in the dress and in the shoes.
I’ve got a few things for you today… 1. A little story that illustrates just how crazy I am (#sixhourroadtrips), 2. All the deets on who/where I go to get my hair done in NYC, and 3. A chance to win a vacation! It’s a long one, but just bear with me here… It’s worth it!
Joico launched a “Picture Me on Vacation” sweepstakes in honor of their products finally being able to be purchased online! (They are now available at LoxaBeauty.com!) The prize? One lucky reader and their hairstylist will each win their dream getaways! I’m no stranger to taking the in-salon or post-salon selfie (#guilty), but if you snap a selfie of you and your stylist, you both can be entered to win a little vacay.
To enter, just take a selfie at the salon with your stylist and upload to Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook with the hashtag #TurnHeads and tag Joico. It’s that easy!
Sometimes you just need to get a little nauti…cal. No matter the season, I always love a good Americana ensemble, especially when there is a little nod to nautical. Can’t go wrong with Red, White, and Blue!
My current apartment lease is up in a few weeks and I’ll be moving to my third apartment in New York. Time flies, doesn’t it?! It feels like just yesterday I was packing up my sh*t to move halfway across the country with no idea what was in store for me. Okay, I can’t keep going down this road or there will be tears…
Back to apartment stuff… The place that I will hopefully (cross your fingers!) be living in next month is absolutely gorgeous. Freshly renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, an exposed brick wall, a faux fireplace, wide-plank dark wood floors, an outdoor space… I mean, it’s perfect. I got goosebumps and almost started crying when I saw it. Love at first sight and I just had that feeling that it was the one! I promise I’ll finally do an apartment tour if when I get this place. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still a small studio in New York City. But it’s definitely one of the better ones I’ve seen!
I’ve had a major decorating itch ever since I decided that I was going to move after my lease was up. I was envisioning that I would move into the stereotypical NYC apartment… Light hardwood floors, white walls, etc. I had a vision of how I wanted to decorate my next place, but now that I’ve applied for a place that has way more character, I’ve had to shift things a bit. I was thinking all white, navy, and gold, with pops of pink, but that won’t really go with the red brick and dark brown floors. So instead, I’m now thinking neutrals are the way to go — shades of white, cream, and gold. And for some pops of print/color, most likely some tasteful leopard print!
This is the couch that I am probably going to get. Couldn’t get it to show up in the slideshow…
I’m always so intrigued by work-life balance stories. I mean, Carly and I probably talked about this for an hour last night. (We had a 120 person blogger sleepover at the new Citizen M hotel in NYC… nbd.) In this day and age, we’re all juggling SO much, yet we continue to take on more and more and more. Businesses, jobs, pets, significant others, friends, family, errands, personal well-being, and the list goes on and on. Here’s an article to get you thinking and also links out to a bunch of other interesting reads.