Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Wedding Guest Dresses

Today I'm going to give you all a little update that I shared on Insta stories last week as well as share some fall wedding guest dress options! I got a ton of requests for this! If you are like me, you're always looking for a beautiful cocktail dress or gown. And oh my goodness do I love a good cocktail dress!! I don't necessarily care what season or year I buy a cocktail dress in, if I love something, I'm going to get it and keep it on hand for whatever event or wedding we have in the future. Right now, SO many dresses are on major sale because people aren't shopping for them. That's another reason I've been keeping an eye out. Fancier dresses are pricey and it's SO great when you can find one for a steal so I tried to include as many dresses on sale as possible. 

We personally do not have a single wedding or event on the calendar for the rest of 2020. On one hand, it makes me really sad, but on another, it also makes me SO excited for all that is to come! As of right now, we have 9 weddings on the calendar for next year so I'm specifically looking for dresses for those weddings as well as a great dress for my sister's rehearsal dinner. So go ahead and scroll through the widget above as I have rounded up some of my favorite dresses! 
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I have been getting a ton of DM's over the last month or two requesting more wedding content and I explained this on instastories but I'll explain it here, too! I did Wedding Wednesdays for 15 months leading up to (what was supposed to be) our wedding. Obviously, I definitely did not think I'd have MANY more months of wedding Wednesdays before our wedding, so I really wasn't planning on anything after those 15 months other than just sharing the actual photos from our wedding. Not only am I out of ideas, but I've done as much content as I feel comfortable sharing without spoiling it for those actually attending. We postponed our wedding when we were only several weeks away from it so literally, everything was planned. We even had RSVP's in and seating charts and all of that done. So when I say there has been nothing new, there truly has been absolutely nothing new to fill you all in on.

However, I totally understand that we could all use a little frivolity, pretty photos, and joyful topics! I know wedding topics are fun to read so If I can come up with a topic or someone sends over something that I'm willing to share, then I will pop in here and there with some content!! Otherwise, I'm tapped out, haha!! I'm truly happy to share every single detail with all of you once we have our wedding. I'm excited to do so!! But I've basically divulged as much as I care to for now.

Also, I know so many people are asking for our new date... I get several DM's each week asking this exact question and I completely understand why you all want to know as so many of you are scheduling and rescheduling and cutting guest lists and doing so much. Believe me, I get it and I feel for every single person going through all of this. However, I never shared our wedding date (pre-covid) and will not be sharing now. I want privacy on our day (and leading up to it) and to be able to be FULLY in the moment and live all of it OFF of social media. I've felt this way the entire time and I fully plan to keep our privacy. I hope you can understand and respect my wishes! If you are a fellow bride and are looking for specific advice on a topic, I'm all ears and more than happy to chat with you over e-mail!  

Also, to be completely transparent, I still wake up some days and for a hot second, I think all of this was a bad dream. So I can't say I'm particularly enthusiastic at this point, but I'm in a MUCH better place than several months ago (thank goodness). I am hoping that the sheer excitement and joy I once felt will return at some point. But with so many things still up in the air, I can't say that I'm necessarily joyful. Happy, yes, joyful, not quite. Someday, though, I just know it!!!  

And then lastly, I just want to let you know all know how much your kindness and support, and thoughtfulness has meant to me over the past 7 months. There are many others going through things that are unimaginable. So I hope you can spread that same support, kindness, and thoughtfulness that you extended to me, to others. Spread your kindness around like freaking confetti!!!! I know I am!! I saw a quote the other day and included it in a recent 'Lately post'... it said:

'I love you. You're probably thinking "you don't even know me". But if people can hate for no reason, I can love.'

LOVE you all!!!

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Tuckernuck Friends and Family Sale

Tuckernuck is having a Friends and Family sale! Take 20% off with code RINGRING. This includes many items that are already on sale, too! The sale goes through Thursday 10/1! You all know how much I absolutely love Tuckernuck- their curation is spot-on with my personal taste and their eponymous collections are just beautiful! Some of the pieces that are included in the sale that I own and love can be seen below! 

This faux suede top is easily one of my most favorite tops in my wardrobe and would be my #1 pick to get from the sale. So much so, I wrote an entire post dedicated to this top and you can find that, here (it includes sizing info). I have this in black, too, but find that I wear the 'bone' shade (seen above) more. 

I've gotten a lot of questions about these boots in the past when I have shared them. They are a little out of my personal style wheelhouse. I feel that they skew a bit trendy for me, but that's part of the reason I love them. They give my usually traditional/classic outfits a bit of edge. They are very comfortable. The shoe is flat and they are easy to pull on and off. They don't really fall down while wearing them. If I'm in them for a full day, I might give them a little tug here and there, but they never look slouchy or look like they're falling down! 

The back is stretchy so it will fit most calf sizes. Also, the suede is waterproof so these are way more versatile than you'd think! I reach for these on snowy days or nights when my bean boots are too casual for whatever I am wearing! 
This is such a good one because it's pretty much effortless. It's a classic sleeveless black dress with a loose, a-line silhouette and a ruffled collar. It can easily be dressed up with some cute gold accessories and heels! 
I love my Tretorn sneakers. They are so classic and just an all-around simple sneaker. They are so comfortable and pair well with everything. 
This is one of my favorite things that I own. I think I have 4 colors at this point: navy, cream, gray, and black. I wear them on planes as they are good as blankets, as a scarf when it is cold outside and even when wearing a gown or cocktail dress as a wrap. It is made of very soft and high-quality cashmere. 

I've had these sunglasses for so many years. They are a classic and one of my very favorite styles. RayBan rarely goes on sale, so snag them while you can get a discount! 

Black Midi Dress
This dress has such a beautiful classic a-line silhouette. It's beyond comfortable but so elegant at the same time. It hits me just above the ankle for a midi-length hem. I wore this a lot last holiday season as the beaded shoulders and quilted texture of the fabric make it fun and quite festive! 

This is already on sale and you get to take an extra 20% off the sale price. This is such a cute top as it reminds me of some of my favorite wallpapers and upholstery fabrics!! The ruffle collar is fun but it's the big bow in the back that's really something special!

Monday, September 28, 2020

Autumn Dishes and Plates

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Today I thought it would be fun to share some autumnal dishware that is perfect for fall entertaining or even a Thanksgiving table. I'm definitely someone who loves to collect plates and dishes. I have WAY too many already and I feel like I'm just getting started, haha. I need to come up with some more storage solutions because I'm running out of cabinet space. I blame this interest in tablescapes on my mom and Grammie. They have SO MANY plates for any and every occasion. 

For me, creating a pretty table is fun, and a way I can be creative. It's also a way I can contribute to a meal as my fiancé does most of the cooking! 

I've mentioned this many times before but I don't do a lot of seasonal or holiday decorating so one way I love to do seasons/holidays/themes is through a tablescape! 

Dishes can get pretty pricey, especially when you need 12 of everything. So what I love about this 'collecting hobby' is that you can collect them over the years as long as they are a staple from whatever brand. For example, I don't have 12 of everything from the beautiful Spode Woodland collection, but I will someday. Every season I'll buy 4 here and 4 there! Especially with my beloved Herend Blue Chinese Bouquet which is pricey. If you see a pattern go out of stock on the website you originally purchased it from, you can always check the Replacements website as they usually have discontinued patterns in stock! 

Another thing I like to do is buy salad plates instead of an entire collection. That way, you don't have to take up a ton of storage space with entire sets and then you can mix and match. I also just prefer a less matchy-matchy table. I think part of the creativity is being able to mix and match colors, patterns, and textures. So most of my dinner plates are very plain so they can layer and work with anything for any season. Salad plates, in my opinion, are also the perfect size for everyday lunches as it helps with portion control, too! 
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Friday, September 25, 2020

Wish List

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Happy Friday! Today I'm sharing some things I've had my eye on! A lot of fall goodness is finally out and I'm taking full advantage of sweater weather, that's for sure!! 

Packable Coat// This coat is not only adorable but it packs up into a cute pouch, too! 

Alpaca Tee// I love this elevated basic. Alpaca is one of my favorites for fall winter as it is SO soft but in my opinion, slightly weightier than cashmere. 

Green Sweater// If you can't tell, I'm really into green this season. I don't have a ton of green things but the stitching on this sweater is just stunning and so classic. 

Leopard Bow Flats// Ok these are just downright fun and honestly, at this point in 2020, I need some fun!! 

Blue and White Jar// I just orderd this and fully plan on using it not only now, but I am specifically buying it because I want to use it as the 'base' for a mini Christmas tree around the holidays! 

Green Suede Sneakers// So into green! These are fashionable while still being comfortable. 

Gold Cuff// I have been eyeing this cuff for a while. I'm not big on costume jewelry but this just looks so chic and would make a statement. 

White Long Sleeve Tee// This looks like the perfect long sleeve tee to wear with leggings!

Fleece Joggers// I have a pair of these in navy and I LOVE them so I want another pair. They are coming out with black next week and I can't wait! 

Fleece Vest// All about a nubby fleece vest- it's a fall staple. 

Hand Soap// It's the little things this year and holiday scented hand soap is something that will bring me joy all holiday season. 

Boiled Wool Cardigan// Not only do I love the modern cut of this but I love boiled wool and cashmere. SO cozy! 

Heated Lash Curler// I am so intrigued by this! It charges with a USB and it heats up so you can curl your lashes. 

Gold Ginger Jard Stud Earrings// I mean how cute are these?! Would also make such a cute holiday gift! 

Sherpa Pullover// I ordered this because the print reminds me of something from the 90s and something Kevin McCallister might have worn in Home Alone. I'm into it. 

Houndstooth Jacket// This is so cute. It has Chanel vibes but for way way less. 

Navy Slippers// Ok are these not the most chic slippers you have EVER seen?! They are definitely pricey for slippers but WOW. Gorgeous and so special. 

Thursday, September 24, 2020


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I think we have had the most beautiful weather ever this week and it keeps going and going!!! Yesterday I was even able to work outside as it was mildly warm and beautifully sunny and I was soaking up every second of it before we have to retreat inside for the winter. 

I have a girlfriend coming in to stay with us for the weekend and I am so excited. Our guest room has literally not been used since February and I have not seen her since December! My fiancé is going to grill out for us tomorrow night with something yummy and we are DEFINITELY going to watch the Father of the Bride Reunion (see more below) can't wait!

Other than that, it's the same old same old around here. I can't believe we only have one week of September left. Time is flying by. 

Wearing: I'm always asked about the white jeans you see in the above photos. They are one of my very favorite pairs and unfortunately, Ralph Lauren sold them for one season and I haven't seen them again. So, I wanted to highlight a pair that looks pretty darn similar! In the fall, I wear them ALL the time and especially with camel like you see in the photos above. 
Eating: Yesterday's post with the best chili recipe you will ever make. Seriously, it is INCREDIBLE! 

Reading: We are almost to October (which is crazy to me) and I've been really reading up and researching what's going on with holiday shopping this year. It's a super busy time of year for me business-wise and because this year is different than any other, I knew the holidays would be, too. This article is super helpful to break it down so you know what to expect in terms of buying gifts for people and all of the things that come with the holiday season. At the bottom of the article, it has shipping deadlines for each carrier. I'm someone that shops for gifts all year long but I know that isn't for everyone! I'll plan to start my gift guides in late October to better serve you (and make sure you are getting sale prices). I know that sounds crazy early, but this article confirms what I was suspecting. If there is anything in particular you'd love to see in terms of holiday/gifts/etc. let me know and I'll do my best to accommodate! 

Sale: I ordered this crewneck sweater for my fiancé on a whim and it arrived and I was blown away at the quality for the price. It's so pretty and classic and he loves it!

Watching: Netflix announced a Father of the Bride 'reunion' that is premiering tomorrow at 6pm EST and I CANNOT WAIT!!!! 

Listening: I love the new Bieber and Chance song!!

Loving: One of my favorite brands, Dudley Stephens, created a blanket out of their incredibly soft and warm fleece fabric. 100% of the money from these blankets will go directly to St. Jude. September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month. My sister was a Tri Delta in college and their philanthropy is St. Jude so she was always telling us all of the great things that St. Jude does for children. My fiancé's brother died from cancer when they were children so this (unfortunately) hits close to home. You get a beautiful and cozy blanket for the cold months ahead, and $98 is donated to St. Jude. It's certainly a win-win! I ordered one to send to my future mother-in-law in Ryan's memory. These blankets would also make really nice holiday gifts. 
Loving II: I shared this on stories yesterday, but I got this $12 workout tank and LOVE it. I only bought it in the first place because I needed to spend a little more to get free shipping and I can't believe what a stroke of luck! It's beyond soft and kind of feels like a cross between a soft cotton tank and a sweat-wicking workout fabric. The hem dips slightly lower in the back and it is just an all-around great basic to workout in. I accidentally ordered a size xs, but that ended up being a good thing, so size down one size! 
Wanting: Lots of cozy items on my radar this week! 

Smelling: My sister got me this perfume rollerball and I LOVE it. It's the perfect fall scent and it makes me so happy. 

Quoting: 'I love you. You're probably thinking "you don't even know me". But if people can hate for no reason, I can love.'// See more of my favorites, here.

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

The Best Fall Chili Recipe

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The first day of fall was yesterday! Fall is definitely my favorite season and so I was pleasantly surprised that cooler weather arrived last week. Here in Pittsburgh, September can be a toss-up. Sometimes it is sweltering, sometimes it's freezing, so this year we definitely have been getting lucky with the weather. 

This past weekend we went to a local pumpkin patch and then finished off the weekend with Sunday chili which we made with ingredients we ordered using our new Walmart+ membership! We made chili often last year and it is not only a great Sunday meal, but since it is just the two of us, it makes a lot for the rest of the week! 

This is seriously the BEST chili recipe I have found. It's meat-heavy and so incredibly flavorful. We follow the recipe without making any edits of our own. This recipe makes a TON of servings too, so you could cut it in half if you wanted but we never do because we love love love the leftovers and there are so many different things you can do with leftover chili. We like to bake a sweet potato and put chili on top. SO good! 

We keep shredded cheese and sour cream on hand as my fiancé likes to add that to his bowl, but I just eat mine plain. It's so flavorful that you don't need to add anything! 

We ordered all of the ingredients we needed from Walmart and had them delivered. Walmart+ just launched on September 15th and I signed up that day! It's $98/year and you can sign up for a free 15-day trial before committing. You can select a monthly plan for $12.95/month. With the one year subscription, rather than the monthly subscription, you save $57.40/year in membership fees. You get free unlimited delivery (including groceries, $35 minimum, restrictions apply) and everyday low prices on the items. Most items arrive as fast as the same-day or next-day and this benefit includes more than 160,000 items from tech to household essentials and groceries.

If you have ordered groceries from Walmart in the past, then you know they usually charge a delivery fee. So even if you order twice per once per month, it's worth the yearly membership fee and you'll actually end up saving money (based on the $7.95 delivery fee).  Membership benefits of Walmart+ are dependent on location, so check out their site to see what benefits are in your area!

I truly think this will be a game-changer when the holiday season arrives. Shipping from some stores can be majorly delayed during the holiday season so having access to next-day delivery is going to make it so easy for ordering certain gifts and even little things like wrapping materials, stuff to decorate the tree (I can't tell you how many times we ran out of ornament hooks last year!!), and more. 

Just to give you an example of things you can get free unlimited delivery ($35 minimum, restrictions apply) on:
- Advil/Ibuprofen/other medicines 
- Dishwasher or washing machine pods
- Toilet paper
- Beauty/skincare
- Dog food/pet products
- Coffee pods/grounds/etc. 
- Light bulbs 

These are all of the items I can think of off the top of my head that are things that you can easily run out of and then need to replace pretty quickly! Thank you to Walmart for sponsoring this post. As always, all opinions are my own. 

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Holy Grail Hydrating Skincare Product: Obagi Hydro Drops

You all know I love trying skincare products and while I try soooo many different ones, I often go back to tried and true favorites. However, this is a product that I have recently discovered, and had to write an entire blog post about it as it is now one of my most favorite products that I have ever used. 

What Does It Do?
It's a gel-like serum that is first and foremost aimed at hydrating the skin. The hydration is unlike any other serum I have used as I truly feel like it hydrates as much, if not more than a traditional moisturizer. It has vitamin b3 in it which is a skin super vitamin that helps to prevent/soften wrinkles and hydrate. 

What does it feel like on the skin?
It is totally lightweight on the skin and yet deeply hydrating. It is a 'gel' substance when you are putting it on, but once it goes onto your skin, it sinks in quickly and leaves a hydrated, almost oily feel. The little yellow 'balls' that you see burst as you are patting it into your skin. Once it's fully absorbed, it doesn't leave you looking oily at all, just nice and glowy! It truly keeps my skin hydrated ALL DAY. 
How does it dispense?
I am big on how skincare products come out of their bottle/tub/etc. I loathe tubs because I feel that it is not the most hygienic way to store skincare. In true serum fashion, this has a dropper applicator so you can just drop it right out onto your hands. 

When do you use it?
You can use it day and night but I use a pretty heavy moisturizer (that I love) at night, so to conserve the product (since it is not cheap) I only use it in the morning. I first rinse off my face (I don't often use a cleanser in the mornings) and then I apply my Vitamin C serum and then the Hydro Drop and then anything else I might want to add. 

Can I apply makeup over top? 
Yep, I have no problems with this. Makeup goes right on as usual. 

Does it have a scent?
Yes. Normally I don't love scented skincare products and some products I have used (and even still use) smell downright bad, but this one is the best smelling skincare product I have ever used. If they made it into a perfume I would buy it in a heartbeat. With that said, it doesn't smell 'perfumey' or strong, it's just this lovely, light, floral fresh scent. 

Is it worth the price?
It's certainly not cheap at right under $100, but it is 100% worth it in my opinion. Obagi is a solid brand- I have only ever tried this product and I swear by their Vitamin C, but it's a high-quality well-respected skincare brand. Normally, I don't spend a ton on products that just hydrate. I prefer to really spend on products with actives such as Vitamin C or glycolic acid. I feel like a good moisturizer is a dime a dozen these days (at all price ranges), but this one is truly next-level amazing. The results are instant- my face is plump and hydrated and I feel like these results truly last all day.

Monday, September 21, 2020

Which Christmas Card Should We Do?

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I realize we still have a solid 3 months until Christmas, however, I prefer to send mine out right after Thanksgiving as it takes that off my plate and I'm able to focus on the season and the people and the joy! 

Because of that, I like to get the photo done in late October and then get everything ordered by early November so I have plenty of time to get it all ready to mail. 

There is nothing more that I love than sending cards and Christmas cards, in particular, make me SO happy! I used to send them out for Summer Wind (which I still will do) but once Andrew and I are engaged, I was so excited to send out a Christmas card from the two of us (and Henry, of course) to our family and friends. This will be the second year we've done cards as a family. I think it will be so special to look back on each year's photo as time goes on. 

I was truly planning all along to use a wedding photo, but obviously, that's not going to happen. So we are going to have to orchestrate a photo! 

Here's a link to my post that shares what we did for last year's card. We dressed up in festive attire and the card design was simple and clean. I love them so much. 

So for this year, I've been brainstorming and I think I want to go a little more casual in terms of attire (TBD, though). For the card, I think I want to do something more decorative and festive. Basically, I just want it to be very different from last year's card! 

We are doing our cards with Dogwood Hill (who is also doing all of our wedding paper items). They are FABULOUS to work with and create the most beautiful things. They have SO many holiday designs and I truly can't decide. I've polled Andrew, my parents, and grammie and so far, everyone loves them all, too! 

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The twelve at the top are my favorites and then I was able to narrow it down to the five above. With Dogwood Hill, you can customize the cards to say whatever you'd like, so you are not necessarily locked in on exactly what you see with the sample. I thought it would be fun to have you all let me know which is your favorite! I think once we pick the card, that will help to dictate our outfits. Whereas last year, we took the photos and then chose the card. Either way works!

Are you already starting to think about your holiday card?! I am so excited and I don't even care if it is 'too early'. 2020 has been a real bummer (to say the least) and I fully plan on immersing myself in any little thing that truly brings me joy! 

Now to get to planning those outfits... 

Saturday, September 19, 2020

Saturday Shopping

Happy weekend! I hope you are all enjoying your weekend. We are headed to a pumpkin patch today which I am so excited about. It is really chilly here- unseasonably so- we are taking advantage of it and layering up and spending it outside! Scroll through the widget above to see some things I have been loving form the week! 
Also, I was browsing Sephora and I saw they already have a bunch of holiday gift sets popping up. I LOVE their Sephora Favorites sets and always buy them because I find it to be a good value and an easy way to have a few beauty products as 'add-ons' for holiday gifts but also a great and inexpensive way to sample things without having to buy full-price products. 

Friday, September 18, 2020

Conair Curling Iron

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I have several curling irons that I've used over the years but one curling iron stays constant. I have been using this Conair 1.25" curling iron for 10+ years... not the exact same one each time as I have had to replace them here and there, but the same brand and same size. 

As much as I love my pricier irons, like this t3 barrel, I truly don't think you need to spend a fortune on hot tools to get a great look. I've mentioned that I use this curling iron many times before but I don't think that I have ever done a proper review! 

First of all, it's under $20 so it's inexpensive, and thinking ahead to the holidays, it would make a great stocking stuffer but also a cute gift if paired with something like a headband, WetBrush, or Teleties or something like that! 

It lasts for years. I usually replace mine around 4ish years as the higher heat temperatures start to go. I have never had one fully 'break' or stop working on me, though. 

It is so easy to use. Everything is common sense on this iron. There is an on and off button. It blinks as it heats up and then the light is constant once fully heated. It automatically shuts off so you never have to worry that you left the curling iron on. There is a dial with 30 heat settings. I always use the highest one on my hair as it is super thick and I have a ton of it, but if you have finer, more delicate hair, you can use lower heat! There is a 'turbo' button for a boost of heat and I usually always use the Turbo setting. It heats up so fast! 
This curling iron is also offered in different sizes. I basically have all the sizes but I almost always prefer the 1.25" as the curls are a little less curly-q and more natural-looking. 

In terms of other inexpensive drugstore brands, I've pretty much tried them all and Conair always comes out on top. This is not at all sponsored (I've never even been gifted items from the brand). Even the pricier/fancier curling irons from Conair aren't as good as this model

Thursday, September 17, 2020


I hope you all are having a good week! This week was pretty uneventful. We had the most beautiful weather in a long time. low 70s and just beautifully sunny. It made the week so much better as we were able to enjoy dinners outside with sweaters and sweatshirts and go on so many long walks! 

I popped into Trader Joe's to grab some groceries and was so glad to see that our TJ's finally had a lot of fall items! I tried to restrain myself from buying too many unhealthy items, but wow were there some really great items! 

My sister is still in town for a while which is such a treat. Callie and her Fiancé came over for pizza on Monday night and then tonight we are going to my parent's for dinner. Callie requested our favorite Chinese food from Jade Grill... YUM! Tomorrow, Callie, my mom, and I are getting our nails done. As most of you know Callie lives in Charlotte, North Carolina. So when she comes up or whenever we go down to visit, it is usually just for a long weekend. So we are doing everything we can to spend as much time together. 

We also finally got a grill which I am so excited about. We ended up with this one and you better believe we will be grilling up a storm all year long! I won't really be doing the grilling, but I just love the copper color we got. It's sooo pretty! 

Wearing: You can see my full outfit from the photo above in this blog post from yesterday! 

Eating: I've shared this chili recipe before but because it's that season again, I am sharing again! It's seriously SO flavorful. Just for our preference, we cut back on the beans and add extra veggies! 

Reading: Loved seeing this article on breeds of dogs that live a long time. Henry is an Australian Cattle Dog mixed with Chihuahua. We did a dog DNA test so that's the only reason we know... and that's a very abnormal combination, ha! However, I was SO pleased Chihuahua was #1 on the list and the Australian Cattle dog was #4. Our ACD, Mac, lived until he was about 16, so I definitely know they can live very long! Such a shame that a 'long' time for dogs is 16 years. If only they could live as long as we do! 

Sale: This is such a cute fall jacket on sale! 

Loving: I got the sweetest monogram pillows in from June St. George which is a company that creates custom items for the home (including drool-worthy rugs). 

Loving II: Just got these Spode coasters in and they're the perfect little fall touch! 
Wanting: Not too much on my radar this week, but a few good sale pieces and some cozy things! 

Pittsburgh: A list of outdoor breweries that are open this fall! 

Quoting: 'Respond with grace even when others don't' // See more of my favorites, here. 

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Early Fall Outfit

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We are just a few days away from the official first day of fall and I love it! It's actually been very cool the past few days and in my opinion, this upper 60s, lower 70s is just pure heaven- especially after we had such a hot summer. 

I am someone that wears white jeans year-round. I think there are definitely ways to style them for each season, and today I thought I would share an outfit that I wore this past weekend that was perfect for the chillier temperatures while still not looking overly summery.  

I've also been loving this light blue color. I notice myself gravitating towards it all of the time and have been adding a few things here and there to my closet and home. I just scooped up this cashmere cardigan and cannot get over the quality and how soft it is. It will definitely get a lot of wear this fall and winter and for years to come. I sized up to a medium and I am glad I did. It runs a bit small, so I suggest sizing up!

The last piece of my outfit I want to comment on are these Nude Flats. I got them in May so I didn't wear them too much this summer, but now that it is getting chilly, I'm ditching my sandals for flats and oh my goodness these are so insanely comfortable- you are going to see these a ton this fall even if purely for the comfort!!

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