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Rossmore LA In The OC

October 27, 2014

Style / Uncategorized

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I want to invite you to a beach bonfire where I will be incinerating my Target tank tops and 2 black skirts AKA my signature new-mom wardrobe. Ha!

You know it’s always fun to shop for shoes, hats and JEWELRY in any situation!!!! Suzie of Rossmore LA (former post of Rossmore LA) was in my neighborhood this week. Check out her Instagram to see what’s new or back to stock. 

I also got to meet her friend, Courtney, owner/creator/designer of Maison du Soir, luxury loungewear, who you can find on Nordstrom.com

This of course got me SUPER excited about having my own business again and Chris gave me an idea of what might be a good fit. Can you guess??? Happy Monday!!!

Design

August 14, 2014

LIFESTYLE / Style / Uncategorized

Decor Updates
 
I’m posting on Mondays + some more nowadays. Today, after months on a wait list, I’m co-hosting Ashley of the Grits Blog’s “Little Friday” linkup. Ashley just lost her beloved dog and I’m sending her lots of love. 
 

Well…this is what happens when you are breastfeeding in the dark at 2 a.m., you troll Pinterest and fantasize you’re in one of those gorgeously decorated rooms. These pieces are completely overdone and so of course, I love them and must have them.

I see something 4 times = I covet.

You may recognize the rug from my profile photo background. P.S. I’m standing in that photo and only later realized it looked like I was lying down. It’s the West Elm Souk Rug. Well, funny thing…this was taken at a WEST ELM! HA! Please don’t turn me in, they would probably want to sue me or something for using their store in L.A. as my photo location. Look, honestly we just took the photo for the great lighting and it ended up being a good pic! Yes?

Campaign dressers remind me of something my grandparents may have. I want one in white! You can find some Ikea Hacks for making one of your own. A double would be really cool for a changing table. People do cool refurbishes of Craigslist finds. That’s something I may have done before a baby but unless I can breastfeed a wooden dresser into white laquer, I’m going to have to buy one this way. 

These Turkish Kilim pillows are SOOOO pretty and there are a bazillion color combos and patterns to choose from. I “favorited” some on Etsy and the shop owner of Ottoman Dream contacted me saying he’d give me free shipping if I ordered a few of them. Note to self: favorite anything I may want to order!

I’m pretty sure you can find a good sheep skin throw at Ikea too.

The pouf. OK, so it’s official, Morraccan is IN. From rugs to these pretty ottomans/extra seats. I love when they pair these with a glider in a baby room. They come in tons of colors. You can find deals on ETSY.

The chairs? Chris would DIE. This will never happen in our home. 

P.S. I just loaded this new design. There are some bugs I’m working out. If you find some, please let me know! Thanks!! XO

 

Ash (Follow Here!) // Christina (Follow Here!) //  Vianney (Follow Here!)
 
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All that we ask is, if you wish, please follow us via the links above and that you link back to this blog – so that other’s can join in and mingle! 
 
Happy Little Friday Everyone!
 
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$100 Madewell Giveaway

February 20, 2014

LIFESTYLE / Style / Uncategorized

You may have noticed a few updates to the blog layout. Please be patient with me as I mess around a bit. I’m trying for something new. Any feedback would be appreciated…I’m tough so throw it out there! K?I LOVED hearing about how you decided when to makeup and when not to! Thanks! Alright, on to the giveaway!

Um, yes please! Madewell is so cool and classic. I got into their brand when I was living in Seattle. The one I went to in Seattle was in a row with Free People, J. Crew, a local women’s clothing boutique and Anthropologie was across the way. HEAVEN! I would like this pick up this staple of a skirt (after the baby), go-to flats, perfect chambray, this little sporty backpack,  and put it toward this chic everyday tote investment.

This month I have teamed up with Sarah at A Girl Smitten and five other wonderful ladies to bring you a $100 Madewell gift card giveaway!

Be sure to check out the amazing ladies below that made this possible!

 
Anne  /  Rachel  /  Jasmine  /  Amber  /  Aukele  /  Christina  /  Sarah
 
 
 
You can enter via the rafflecopter below!  Good luck!

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Current Polish Faves

February 11, 2014

LIFESTYLE / Style / Uncategorized

So after we go on vacations, we naturally slip into money-saving mode. I’ve opted for home manicures this past week and here’s what I’ve dug out from under the sink. I usually buy Essie at Target. They have the best colors, selection and seem to dry quickly. 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThis pink is SO flattering. The other is like a rose gold/copper color and because of the thin/metallic formula, it lasted a bit longer than most of my home-polish jobs. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Even after a few color changes, I could see quick improvement in my home skillz. I get really obsessive about shellac nails-how they just stay sooo perfect and you can wash all the dishes-without-gloves you want or scrub any tub but still look like you have “people” to do that kind of thing for you. 

Thank you card nails

Processed with VSCOcam with c1 presetShellac is a must for vacations but I can forego the extra chemicals most of the rest of the time, ya know? Chris calls the shellac manicures “cave nails” because they perfectly endured wet spelunking in Belize! The cool thing is that in LA, the prices are pretty reasonable for shellac manicures. I believe they cost around $35.