Thursday, March 31, 2016

Spring into Summer a'la Jamie!

Happy it's almost Friday friends! It's snowy morning here at my house, I'll catch a few flakes on my tongue for you guys already in the 80s! Ok back to it Spring and Summer talk..... my dear friend Jamie enlisted me to make her new Spring and Summer style boards and per usual I got really excited! Jamie is a super cute Mom from Oklahoma who has recently lost 15+ pounds, YAY her! She likes casual outfits that can go from car pool to dinner with her hubby easily! I am very excited about these 4 boards, this year I have been inspired by classic pieces and adding a bit of boho flair! I am also loving blues with pops of red which make the mixing and matching on these 4 boards endless!

Here are how these 4 boards break down.....
There are 16 outfits BUT every single outfit can be dressed up by adding the Boho bootie turning it into 32 outfits on 4 boards!
The total for everything is $567 when divided by 32 complete looks is....
                                             $18 per complete outfit head to toe!
Now let's do the fun part and dive into each board!!!! The # of looks includes each look with both shoes!

Board #1, 8 Looks
This board has 2 easy breezy Summer dresses on it that can easily go with the chic flat sandals or be dressed up with the booties! Then the cute boho cardigan goes perfectly over the jean dress AND I am loving the idea of the white jeans under the striped dress for grocery store runs or play dates!
Jamie Spring into Summer 16' #1

Board #2, 8 Looks
I think I might have to get myself these cute boyfriend jeans for this season, they are gonna be so cute paired with each top for the park or then with the Boho cardigan over each top you have the perfect date night look! And the adorable vacation tee is on SALE!
Jamie Spring into Summer 16' 2

Board #3, 8 Looks
These white jeans are great they are not too tight, they are not see-thru and they can be dressed up or dressed down! All of these 4 tops can go from classic errands with sandals to hip movie night out with the switch of the shoes! Don't forget the jewelry!!!
Jamie Spring into Summer 16' #3

Board #4, 8 Looks
SO Target has this CUTE new line Knox Rose and 2 of these tops are from it. They are adorable, inexpensive and fit my theme for these boards....... Perfect for day with flats, perfect for night with the booties! I can't wait to see how cute Jamie is gonna look in these outfits!
Jamie Spring into Summer 16' #4

Jamie, I hope you love everything.... I can picture you in each look perfectly! Do you need a wardrobe refresh for Spring and/or Summer? I would love to do this for you.....
Here is what you get:
4 Boards, within your budget and your "wants" list!
20-30 Looks total
Completed within 1 week

$40 via paypal! If you are interested shoot me an email at

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Spring Snow

Unless you live in Colorado its hard to wrap your head around all this snow we have been having but to us March is our snowiest month! In fact we will see snow until the beginning of May, the past 2 years there was snow flurries on my Birthday in April. Now, the Blizzard we had last week was a first for me.. it was insane and I LOVED it! It was crazy when I looked outside I couldn't even see the backyard at times it was so bad and we got 24 inches at my house!
 I know I know..... this Fall for his Birthday he will be getting a snow blower which will be much needed! He was thrilled to shovel 2 feet of snow last week... ha!
The morning after snow I swear it is so beautiful, the whole yard just sparkles like diamonds. And we are suppose to get more snow today and tomorrow which is ok with me! Honestly I love all the seasons here in Colorado... we don't have Spring but our Summer and Fall is perfect and I look forward to the snow. The weather here makes me a happy camper. 
Friday Matt and I went to the movies and check this out.... this is the pile of snow, well ONE of the piles around the parking lot of snow that was moved. It was insane and I totally wanted to climb it! Matt said no. wah wah
Anyways don't feel sorry for me while you are already in the 80s down South I am ok with some more Winter!

Tuesday, March 29, 2016


As you know I have committed to sharing this process with you all for several reasons. One being I can't personally go thru something so big and consuming and not talk about it and second because to no fault of your own most people have no clue. Heck I had no clue about any of this until a year or so ago. A lot of you have come to me asking questions and really walking away with a better sense of what so many couples go thru. Ya ya ya... I know it makes some people uncomfortable, this is "private" well then that weirdness lies within you not me. Let's jump into this thus far........

Last Monday this all kicked off for me and I was a little more prepared then most since we went thru 6 failed IUI's and I really got to know my team well which is so helpful for me. Last Monday I went in for the FDA mandated infectious disease testing, blood type test, chicken pox and measles immunity testing and that involved 5 vials of blood. That is the most I have ever given and since this was literally 3 days after Oscar passed I cried the entire time... over stress, Oscar and being scared about giving blood. BUT on the bright side I was so caught up in my emotional mess the Blood work was a breeze! ha! Second I had to have a sort of IVF trial run where the doctor in a sense "maps" out my whole insides ahead of the procedure day... all on a crazy full bladder for some weird reason... it sucked. Then I had my uterine lining "priming" which they call a Scratch test and it was as awful as it sounds! And no one told me IT HURT...I was totally NOT prepared for that at ALL, it shocked me. I cramped and bleed for a bit after the procedure. bleh. 

Tuesday Matt and I went in together for all of our consent paperwork as well as our Injectable class which luckily our clinic does this one on one with us. It was helpful and overwhelming all at the same time. And behold is a scene from our class as well as what $9552.00 in medicine looks like. NO JOKE, luckily our insurance covered a large portion of this............And thank God when Matt saw the medicine invoice I thought he was going to pass out! LOL
So at home I have this awesome cooler in the kitchen as well as medicine taking up a shelf in my fridge. For the past week I have been having 1 shot per day which was a nice ease up to this Friday when I will begin 4 shots a day for several weeks. Plus oral medicine and eventually vaginal medicine. They are time sensitive to so it's a lot to keep track of.
 Hence my handy dandy calendar which Matt laminated for me and is on our fridge! This Friday I go in for an ultrasound to check on my ovaries and more blood work. I am also doing Acupuncture once a week leading up to the second procedure as per directed by my doctor. Doing accupnuture one month leading up to IVF, as well as before and after your embryo transfer is said to increase pregnancy by 40% so we will take it!
So that is where we are as of now and now I need to do a little political/religious rant for y'all!
Several times we have been told "I wish you would just relax and pray to God and he will make this happen for you" and let me put it this way for you ........ We are diagnosed with a medical condition called infertility and given the 2% chance that we could ever manage to conceive on our own. So please tell me how this is any different then say this........
A person breaks their leg and is told that if they do nothing there is a 2% chance that it will heal on its own... so imagine someone saying to them " I wish you would just let your leg be, relax and pray about it". That's crazy, God gave us Doctors. When would you advise a cancer patient you love to stop doing the treatment that they are all for and just pray... only crazy people do that. I'm just trying to put this into something people can understand. It's seems more clear now doesn't it?

Monday, March 28, 2016

Saturday Night Italian

Saturday Matt and I were pretty lazy but it was a snow day here in Colorado so that makes perfect sense doesn't it? The past week I haven't been in the mood to cook or do anything really since Oscar passed. But this weekend we tried to relax, have some fun and I cooked..... AND enjoyed it. I felt guilty to be honest, guilty to be doing normal stuff when my boy Oscar is no longer here but I guess I have to get over that. 
Saturday night I made a really delish meal and I wanted to share it with you all.... it was easy, homemade and really something special! Here is what was on the menu:
Italian Pie
Anchovy Ceasar Salad
Caramel Affagato

I adapted this recipe from Rachael Ray's Italian Slab Pie which you can see HERE. Below is the recipe I made and do not shy away from the Fennel, it makes the whole meal..... and if you are not a fan of fennel.... you are missing out, I LOVE it!

3 teaspoons olive oil
3/4 pound spicy Italian pork sausage, casings removed
1/2 large bulb fennel, finely chopped
1 carrot diced
1 celery diced
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 egg
Flour, for dusting
2 sheets (one 17.3-oz. package) frozen puff pastry, thawed
2/3 cup ricotta
1/3 cup jarred marinara sauce
1/2 cup packed basil leaves, sliced

How To:
1. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees . In a large skillet, heat 1 1/2 tsp. olive oil over medium-high. Add the sausage and cook, breaking up with a spoon, until browned, about 4 minutes; transfer to a plate.

2. Reduce the heat to low. Add the fennel, carrot, celery and the remaining 1 1/2 tsp. oil; season with salt and pepper. Cover and cook, stirring occasionally, until the vegetables soften. For the last 2 minutes add garlic so it will not burn

3. In a small bowl, beat the egg with 1 tsp. water. Use a 10 x 10 casserole pan and make sure you grease it really good! Transfer 1 sheet of puff pastry to dish and form along bottom pushing sides up to cover dish.  Top with an even layer of the sausage, then the vegetable mixture. Using a tablespoon, dot with the ricotta, then drizzle with the marinara and sprinkle with half the basil. Top with second sheet of pastry and use a fork to seal the edges. Brush the top with egg. Cut 4 slits in the top to allow steam to escape. Bake until the pastry is puffed and golden, 20 to 30 minutes. Sprinkle with the remaining basil.

 Nicole's Anchovy Caesar Salad (for 2)
1/2 teaspoon of Anchovy Paste
1/2 teaspoon Dijon mustard
1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
Splash or two of Worcester Sauce
1 garlic clove minced
Salt and Pepper
* Mix those ingredients together*
Add 1/4 cup EVOO
* Mix all together*

Chop up about 1 1/2 heads of Romaine, throw in about 1/4 cup Parmesan and then add your dressing right before serving and mix well! Delish!

The whole meal was so good and don't be alarmed..... when I cut my pie the marinara looked like it was "juicy" and made the pie soggy but it wasn't..... the bottom of mine was still crisp! Matt loved this too!
 Now onto dessert..... Affagato is super easy and it is basically just espresso poured over ice cream! But you know me I jazzed it up a bit!

Caramel Affagato
1. Make small cup of Espresso or if you don't have an espresso machine coffee will work just fine (black)
2. Early that day I made a small batch of homemade vanilla whip cream and you could use store bought but I would advise you to not skip this step the homemade version makes this richer!
3. Using store bought salted caramel line the bottom of dessert cups with caramel
4. Add in 1 heaping scoop of vanilla ice cream and pour about 1/4-1/3 cup espresso on top
5. Top with whip cream and eat right away!!!
You are welcome!!!
I hope you all liked this meal, let me know if you try it!!! YUMM!

Friday, March 25, 2016


At the beginning of this year I told you all that I had a "Word of the Year".... HOPE. For many reasons but mainly because I struggle with it. I struggle with the balance of having high Hopes and disappointment. I struggle with allowing myself to have Hope and Hope can be scary..... 

It has been 1 week since Oscar passed away and we are not much better emotionally. Matt and I are still covered in raw edges and disbelief. And our 3 other animals have had a rough week.... looking for their brother, being lethargic, and acting confused. It's hard to watch. We will still grieve for a long long time but I woke up today with the word Hope on my mind and I think today I need to allow myself to Hope. Have hope that this pain will turn into beauty. Have Hope that Oscar is as happy as he could ever be in his new eternal home. Have Hope that we made the right decision. And have Hope that the hole in our hearts can one day be filled with his memories and not pain. 
I won't lie to you, this has been one of, it not THE worst week in my life.... it's been unbearable. Yesterday for the first time I slowly got back to my routine, it didn't seem right but I have to try. I like having things to look forward to so I am looking to get a Oscar Memorial tattoo soon. I have been putting a lot of thought into it for some time now, since we knew he was terminal. I really want to carry him with me where ever I go. And I think that will help me heal, part of my process of loosing my child.

Dear Oscar,
I know you have been on your journey to your forever home and I have prayed everyday that you are surrounded by light, peace, happiness and love while you make that journey. I know that now you are in no more pain and that you can see out of both of your eyes, I know your coat is shiny and soft and your spirit is full of life. I want you to know that you will NEVER be far from my mind and you will always be in my heart and one day your Mom will stop crying and look back with smiles. I have told you so many times you are MY BOY, my best boy, my brave boy and my first boy. You were devastatingly handsome and I know you were just "big boned".... I miss your kisses, the way your ears flapped over and flopped in the wind. I miss how well you patrolled the backyard for us and declared our yard a no fly zone for birds. I will always remember our countless hours of snuggles and the hundreds of times we had to calm you down while you claimed everything from the fridge to all your brothers toys. You were one of a kind and you were MY one of a kind. I loved you more than myself and I will miss you forever Oskie-Pants. xoxo

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

He is Home

Yesterday I picked up our boy Oscar and brought him home to us one last time. It was surprisingly devastating and peaceful at the same time. As soon as they called I rushed, I didn't want him to spend one more moment away from us, his family and his home. We were very pleased with his final resting place, the box is really beautiful. But at the same time while I hold that small box in my hand my longing to hold Oscar couldn't be stronger. We think that Oscar would like to be with us, where the action is and where the memories are made... so Oscar will be with us in the living room. The living room where he loved "snuggle city" while we watched our shows. The living room where he chewed his bones and destroyed blankets. The living room where he would run and chase Abner or surprise attack Ralph and the living room where thousands of kisses were given out.
The picture above is from Friday, after the decision was made. I took Oscar upstairs with me and laid him on the bed to not only spend some time with his sister Bella but so I could lay with him. We were face to face and I was telling him how handsome he was, how much I loved him and how much I was going to miss him and I swear do you see it.... he is smiling. I know that he knew and I know he was at peace. So I try to come back to this picture, see his peace and feel comfort in that.

I feel like I have reached a different level in my grief.... a time where I can't believe this is real. I literally have to stop myself and try to wrap my head around it all. It's like I have reached some stage of denial..... like my brain and heart wants to stop believing this is true. How can this be??? I keep saying to myself.... how can this be. I am also scared, scared of the day that the pain will go away... I feel like when that happens part of Oscar will go away. Like the pain is somehow keeping him close to me, I know it sounds crazy but it's how I feel. I also feel guilty for a smile or a laugh. I know I know he would want me to be happy but it somehow doesn't seem right. yet.

I miss his rhino buns, his dashing grey around his face, I miss how excited he got to go to the mailbox with me, I miss seeing him run, I miss kissing the sweet spot on his neck, I miss watching him sleep, I miss how excited he got over meal time, I miss seeing the sun on his face, I miss hold him on my chest like a baby, I miss his growls and how demanding he was, I miss watching his face light up when I brought home a "new toy", I miss snuggling him, I miss his stinky breathe..................

Monday, March 21, 2016


Right now I am sitting at my desk behind my computer and my office is in my master bedroom. From my desk I look out towards my bed and today onto the empty spot where Oscar should be. You see I am inseperable from my fur-kids, Matt traveled 5 days a week in Ohio so it was literally just me and them. Here Matt works late 3 nights a week and I am not currently working.... so 99% of my life is literally just me and my animals. My day runs around them, their routine is my my routine. And since his diagnosis with cancer 5 months ago Oscar and I become more attached at the hip. Every single day he spent all morning napping and watching me from the bed while I blogged, did school or paid bills. Every single day he knew when it was time to go upstairs with me and it gave him... well the both of us such joy. But here it is Monday, sadly and my bed is empty. His snuggle blanket is still there and it smells like him but he is not in it.
In Ohio when Oscar had back surgery I literally had to re-teach him how to walk. For a solid month I had to hold him up each time he went to the bathroom, carry him everywhere and do his rehab to build up his back again. That is just another time that is written in my heart that bonded us together so closely. He is 1/5 of my world. And now that world has a huge gaping hole and the pain for me is unbearable. I went back and forth between crying and sitting around like a zombie all weekend, as did Matt.  But today is Monday and I am suppose to resume my routine but the glue is missing. The bossy little tan glue is not here.

Today I go to my infertility doctor and we start the IVF process, we will be "mapping" out my "insides" for the upcoming procedures and I will be having a ton of blood work... I am so scared about giving so much blood. But I also know I am going to cry like a crazy person in the office when they ask me how I have been. How am I suppose to turn my head around and put such positivity into this process right now when I am not ok. UGH.

Thank you all for listening, if you know me then you know that me getting this all out of my head is part of my healing process. It won't be pretty and it will be old but I pray it helps me. I also ask that you all pray that Oscar is surrounded by happiness and light while he makes the journey to start his new life elsewhere. I worry, he is so small..... will he make it to heaven ok? What if he gets lost? Is he happy? And this line of thought goes on and on and on and on.............
My heart hurts.

Sunday, March 20, 2016

Oscar Savage

Don't Grieve For Me 
Don' grieve for me, for now I'm free; I'm following the path God laid for me.
I took His hand when I heard Him call; I turned my back and left it all.
I could not stay another day, to laugh, to love, to work or play.
Tasks left undone must stay that way; I found that place at the close of day.
If my parting has left a void, then fill it with remembered joy.
A friendship shared, a laugh, a kiss; Ah yes, these things, I too will miss.
Be not burdened with times of sorrow, I wish you the sunshine of tomorrow.
My life's been full, I savored much; good family, good times, a loved one’s touch.
Perhaps my time seems all too brief; don't lengthen it now with undue grief.
Lift up your heart and share with me, 
God wanted me now, He set me free
Oscar Savage woke up on Friday March 18 and he was sick and sadly we knew that it was time. We got 5 wonderful months with him after his Cancer diagnosis. Time to love him, baby him, care for him but even with those 5 months you are never prepared to actually say goodbye. It still all seems so rushed. When Oscar Savage left this world to begin a new journey both Matt and I were by his side, just like the moment we both picked him up from an abusive home and welcomed him into ours.  
The picture above is taken on the day we rescued him 9 years ago, 9 years filled with and downs.....moves......cuddles and kisses. 
The picture above is Oscar and his new brother Abner after we rescued him and below is when Oscar was part of the welcome committee for his new baby brother Ralph. Oscar always had a special bond with his cat sister Bella too, they were the original OG Savages. Oscar was never very good at sharing but the bond he had with his siblings was special and you can tell that they are grieving the loss of him as well. I mean I had 4 babies and now I have 3, it's hard to accept. 
Oscar Savage was a traveling man... He lived in Oklahoma, Ohio and Colorado. Him and his sister were the best travel buddies and I am sure he is telling everyone on his new journey about all his adventures. That is me trying to be positive, I believe it but I am not sure I am ready for the positive look back yet. I am still in the thick of it. We both are. 
I think one of the cruelest things is that after a diagnosis like cancer you become even closer. I know I did, for the last 5 months Oscar and I were attached at the hip... literally. Whether I was cleaning his eye, carrying him to be upstairs with me, rocking him like a baby on bad days.... our bond became even deeper than I could have imagined and I know Matt feels the same way too. So having to say goodbye was literally unbearable. Saying goodbye to someone I love more than myself, someone I loved sooooo fiercely, someone who was and is apart of me..... is so cruel.
 Matt and I 100% lost a child on Friday, and NO one can or will ever tell us any differently. All 4 of our animals are our children and the hole in our hearts is the most pain we have ever felt. We are drowning in our grief. Both of us didn't know it was possible to cry for 6 continuous hours, but it is. And sadly the past 2 mornings we woke with tears after crying ourselves to sleep.
We are trying to be strong for our 3 other animals because we know they are dealing with this too and that is heartbreaking to see. But Matt and I both have moments where we feel like we will never get out of this pit of despair... then I worry about the day I do...... I don't ever want to forget anything about my boy. 
We know he is not in pain anymore, we know the decision was right but that doesn't make this any easier.... yet. And for me I am having a hard time with the actual process..... I was there for Oscar but seeing it happen and leaving the room when he was gone was unbearable and I can't stop replaying it over in my head. I just pray that my mind STOPS... stops the what ifs and stops the thinking. 
For those of you who have never experienced the deep love an animal can bring to you, I'm sorry and this might seem extreme to you but to us we lost a child. 

Thank you for all the well wishes, thoughts and prayers that have been sent our way. The road will be long for us but over time our grief will hopefully turn into happy memories. 

Oscar Savage, you were one of the loves of our lives. We miss you with ever fiber we have and the hole in our hearts that was you will never be full. You brought us so much joy, God truly sent you to us and we could never thank him enough. We always tried to do right by you, protected you, loved you and always smothered you with kisses. Love, Mom and Dad. 

Monday, March 14, 2016

1 Year

1 Year ago today my Granddad went to heaven, sometimes when I think about it I can't even believe it's true. How could it be that my Granddad is not here anymore? How can it be that he is not just a phone call away? I will admit that I have not fully grieved for him yet..... it's like I am holding onto him and I just won't let myself accept that he is gone. Over the past year there have been times when I felt myself slipping into utter devastation but I pull myself out of it. I don't think it is really healthy but I just can't.
Something I do know is that he visits me, I absolutely talk to him out loud from time to time because I really believe that he can hear me. And about a month ago he visited me in a dream.... and no, it wasn't "just" a dream... it was real, so real. That was so special and if you don't believe in things like that... than to each their own. But I got to see him, talk to him and hug him.

I wanted to share a special memory with you all today, as soon as I got Bella my cat Granddad would come over and spend time with her. You see Granddad always had a key to anywhere I lived... When I was at work he would come over and watch TV with his Bella. Then when we got the dogs he would always come over several times a week to spend time with his Grand-dogs. It broke my heart when we moved the first time to Ohio because I was taking that away from him. He missed them and always asked me how is Grand-dogs were and I know the animals loved him just as much. That is just one of the stories that makes up my life with Granddad.... my entire 33 years I spent with him I saw him at LEAST 3 times a week, every week. Our bond was very special and I miss it everyday.
I love you Granddad and I know you know my heart, all the unspoken things I want to say.

Saturday, March 12, 2016


Hi guys!! Sorry I have been away I have had a busy week.... I am been cleaning house like a mad woman because I have friends arriving tomorrow! Also Matt leaves for another work conference in Vegas tomorrow so I have a busy week ahead! I have 1 post scheduled for Monday but more than likely I will be away all week! But please follow me on Instagram and Facebook to see what all I am up to!

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Sequel Scmequel

So I have always said I can't just pick up any ol book to read and love it... I have to be in the "mood". Another quirk I have is if I finish a book I loved it makes it harder for me to love the next one as much.... I know I know, I'm weird. But I think I might have added to my weird list...... Sequels. Both of the books below I LOVED the original and in fact so much that I counted down the days to these books release date. and nothing. I couldn't get into either of these books AT ALL. I do think it has a ton to do with the fact that is has been well over a year since I read the originals. And I am not one to re-read a book, I am a been there-done that kinda girl. Maybe I have to wait until a series is done and I can read them all at once?? Wah Wah.... what gives?
 The reviews online for these books are amazing, my friends like them... why can't I, I SCREAM! Maybe I am just over series books right now? I dunno but I don't like it. hpmf......
Does anyone else feel this way? Have a hard time lately with certain books? Series?
I did just finish this book up and I LOVED it.....

Six-year-old Gretl Schmidt is on a train bound for Aushwitz. Jakób Kowalski is planting a bomb on the tracks.
As World War II draws to a close, Jakób fights with the Polish resistance against the crushing forces of Germany and Russia. They intend to destroy a German troop transport, but Gretl’s unscheduled train reaches the bomb first.
Gretl is the only survivor. Though spared from the concentration camp, the orphaned German Jew finds herself lost in a country hostile to her people. When Jakób discovers her, guilt and fatherly compassion prompt him to take her in. For three years, the young man and little girl form a bond over the secrets they must hide from his Catholic family.
But she can’t stay with him forever. Jakób sends Gretl to South Africa, where German war orphans are promised bright futures with adoptive Protestant families—so long as Gretl’s Jewish roots, Catholic education, and connections to communist Poland are never discovered.
Separated by continents, politics, religion, language, and years, Jakób and Gretl will likely never see each other again. But the events they have both survived and their belief that the human spirit can triumph over the ravages of war have formed a bond of love that no circumstances can overcome.

This book was so good I hugged the book when I was done with it. I picked this book up at Target under their BookClub section, so thank you Target. This book shows you how resilient a 6 year old can be and you will follow her for the next 20 years as her life unfolds. I highly recommend this book. DO IT!!!!!!!

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Spring Clean Out

First off I am sorry for the crap picture below but you get the jest! I did a HUGE closet clean out yesterday and I posted 55 items for sale on my Facebook..... J Crew, Anthropologie, Nordstrom and many more! SO head on over HERE
Now, I realize that IF.... I mean WHEN IVF in April works I will be pregnant soon and I do not need much for Spring.... but I need some new pieces... I mean come on! ha! There are a few pieces I have been eye-balling for a week or two and I think all of them except the jeans will work for even months after IF/When I become pregnant! These are all the exact pieces I am buying for Spring.... I wanted to add white jeans and all these tops go with these jeans or just regular denim jeans I have at home. These tops can all be dressed up with these fun booties or worn with flats... thats important to me... mix and match! 1 dress is a high end Anthro piece but the other is a cheap Forever 21 that will look so cute under a denim jacket! And I have really been into "Boho" for the last 2 years so adding in a layered necklace elevates the pieces just a tad, I think! Anyways...... check it out and buy it.... we can totally be twinkles! And FYI..... Both button ups from J crew and J Crew factory are on sale right now!
And the Tie-dye is called a "dress" but as if..... I will be wearing it like the model over jeans!
Spring Closet Clean out


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