Fall is really starting to heat up (although I wish it would cool down). It’s one of my favorites times of the year. In the south, it’s the start of fair and festival season. Local fairs, state fairs, music festivals, and more. I happen to LOVE visiting local fairs and festivals with friends. Just this weekend, we went to the Red Brick Roads Music Festival in our little town. It was a blast and we got to hear some really great bands! But what do you wear to a festival like this when the weather still isn’t cool enough to rock traditional fall garb, but you’re not the kind of gal to bear it all? I’ve got some tips to help you out!
Fall is easily the busiest season for me. I feel like there is a different party, wedding, or event every single weekend. The back to school parties are already in full swing and Labor Day weekend is already here! Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas will be here before we know it! For those of you throwing these parties, the planning side of things can often get overwhelming. So overwhelming, in fact, that you resort to a Facebook invite because you just don’t have time to think about addressing envelopes! That’s why I’ve teamed up with Paperless Post today to show you how easy it can be get designer made invitations for all of your events. Check it out!
Howdy folks! There’s been a lot of talk around my house about winning the lottery (not that we play the lottery… we don’t)! But my dad recently went in with some friends for work to buy some power ball tickets and so of course, that got us thinking about what we would do if we won. Not that we ever will. The Sanchez/Randazzo family is super unlucky. In fact, Dad only bought tickets because of (and I quote) ‘peer pressure’! It’s apparently still a thing even when you’re his age! He said if he won, he’d start off by giving Keith and I one million tax free dollars. Since we’ve been talking about it (and this outfit makes me feel like a million bucks) I decided to share my list of things that I would do if I had that kind of money. I’ve thought quite a lot about it lately. And if you’re looking for some sappy ‘I’ll give it all away’ answer, you’re not going to like this one! This is the real deal. So I’m being honest. SUPER HONEST!! Keep reading to check it out! PS: This top is only $19, comes in 4 colors and is long enough to cover your butt (I’ve got it tucked here)! SHOP IT HERE!
It’s officially been a YEAR since Keith and I packed up and headed north (hah. north) all the way to Clinton, MS to start his new job and our new life. It’s been such a fun year. Lots of up and some downs too. We learned a lot about ourselves and each other. Something about packing up and moving away – just the two of you – really makes things feel ‘real’! Today, I want to share a life update – a bit more about our last year and some of the things that we’ve learned, done, and some adorable photos of my puppies!
The summer to fall transition is 100% my favorite ‘fashion transition’ of the year. But it can also be challenging. We’re over here wearing lots of pastels, whites, and light weight fabrics and all of the sudden labor day happens and the fashion ‘lawmakers’ expect us to just change. This is especially hard in the south because the weather stays soooo hot until at least mid October. Well, if you’ve followed along the blog for the last few years then you know that I’m a rule breaker when it comes to fashion. White should be worn all year round and open toed shoes are the BOMB! So, I wanted to put together a post to help you guys make the transition as well. I’ve got tons of the cutest rompers (This is the one from this post!) in my closet that I just don’t want to stop wearing and I’ve got the perfect solution for wearing them into the next season. So keep reading for my tips on how to wear your Summer rompers into Fall!