Category: Chic

May Monthly Round-Up

leopard dress, snakeskin sandals, JCPenney, DSW

Today I want to start the tradition of publishing a monthly round-up blog post at the end of each month. I’ve seen other bloggers do these weekly and monthly recap posts (especially Styled by McKenz—if you don’t follow her, you should!), and I love the journal-like vibe of them. Not to mention, I’m not the best at setting short-term goals. I always have the big ideas swirling in my head but have a much harder time breaking them down to smaller, more manageable chunks and timeframes. Hopefully these monthly posts help me do just that, as well as allow me to share what has inspired, entertained, and interested me during this past month. Here we go! Continue reading “May Monthly Round-Up”

Binge Worthy Fashion: Midge Maisel from “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”

Midge Maisel, binge worthy TV, must watch amazon prime shows

Today is the sixth and final blog post in my Binge Worthy Fashion series, and I’m featuring the hilarious and insanely stylish Miriam, or Midge for short, from the Amazon Prime show “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”. I arguably saved the best fashion for last because not only are Midge’s outfits fabulous, but they’re also retro and the epitome of 1950s chic. You know I love a good vintage outfit, and even independent of the fashion, the show is amazing. Read on to find out why I love it! Continue reading “Binge Worthy Fashion: Midge Maisel from “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel””

Quarantine Hair: Unwashed and Unapologetic

teal mockneck top, quarantine, greasy hair

It’s day who-knows-what of quarantine but day 4 without washing my hair… No shame here! As gross as it sounds, I wanted to spend today’s blog post convincing you that you shouldn’t be washing your hair every day (and why quarantine is the perfect time to change your ways). And for those of you who are already alternating hair wash days (or maybe even hair wash weeks? eek), I’m sharing my favorite chic hairstyle and tricks to disguise that dirty hair of yours. Continue reading “Quarantine Hair: Unwashed and Unapologetic”