Sweet summertime comes with picnics, pool days and lots out outdoor time. It also means it’s music festival and market season. I’m sure you’ve noticed, every weekend there’s some sort of outdoor event going on. Which brings us to this beige floral romper, which is perfect for such an occasion. It’s airy, thin, and really helps keep you cool in the hot sun. Rompers and jumpsuits are all the rage this summer, so below we’re rounding up a few festival friendly options that are all under $100.
The title says it all, yep this blush maxi dress is only $17 and feels way nicer than the price should allow. It’s perfect for a wedding, date night, brunch and pretty much anywhere else. It’s also very flowy and flattering, #winning, right?
Blush is all the rage during every season. Since I’m just as obsessed as everyone else, I’ve rounded up some of my favorite blush items from the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale below! Everything in my cart may have followed one color trend.
Crostini recipes; oh you mean fancy toast? When you think about it, crostini is pretty much glorified toast. And it tastes oh so good! With crostini, the varieties and options are endless. Even the weirdest flavors combine well together. When we host dinners, crostini is always a go-to appetizer. It’s so easy to make, the flavor profiles are usually complex, and they look amazing.
So, lets break it down to the basics. A crostini is essentially toasted bread, usually a baguette with olive oil on top. There are no boundaries when it comes to toppings, here are some ideas.
It took hours, but I scoured through Nordstrom’s whole website and picked out my Nordstrom anniversary sale favorites. Although I only purchased a minuscule number of these items, I wish I could have one of each in my closet. The best part of this sale is, SO many items are closet staples and can be worn year round. Orrrrr the items are perfect for the upcoming fall and winter seasons.
Things are already starting to sell out, so act fast before it’s gone!
**PSA: Make sure you scroll to the bottom for a $500 Nordstrom Giftcard Giveaway!
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Ok, guys, I’m getting really real with y’all! Over the past few months, I jumped fully into the blogging and influencer marketing world, woah I know. After going through a big move, I was feeling a little lost regarding future plans and was very fortunate to have this small internet space to keep things going. But that meant refocusing my goals and intentions and really looking at this website as a business.
Coming from a family of small business owners, I was always encouraged to follow my dreams regardless of how outside of the box they were, and we consider this online business venture as slightly outside of the norm. I’m very fortunate since I have family as an infinite resource in terms of all things business related and one of the first things my dad suggested I do is create business cards and marketing materials to emphasize my brand.
So, last week was a great mail day since my Vistaprint Business Cards and Labels came in! (PSA I have a massive offer for y’all at the bottom of this post, you don’t wanna miss it!)
Heat wave after heat wave after heat wave. It get’s old quickly, am I right?! So what should you do too cool off with on a hot summer day? We’re on team frozen cocktails all night long. Whether it’s frosé, a granita, or margarita, a frozen cocktail will quickly cool off those hot summer nights and will definitely help get the party started! These frozen cocktail recipes are all easy to make, fruity concoctions that will brighten anyone’s day.
It’s time. Time for the best sale of the summer; actually one of the best sales of the year. If you haven’t already guessed, it’s Nordstrom Anniversary Sale 2018 time aka #nsale time! As a self-proclaimed expert in regards to Nordstrom Anniversary Sale shopping, I’m…
Berry season is in full swing, so whether you like your berries alone, in a pie, as a smoothie, or a salad, here are some delicious blueberry recipes that fall under all of the categories. Some savory, and mostly sweet, these blueberry recipes are simple…