12 Summer Wardrobe Essentials

Okay, recessionistas, I am going to share my 12 Summer Wardrobe Essentials with you and examples of where to buy each. As these are items that stay in style pretty consistently from year to year, you don’t have to feel bad spending a little extra on them. 😉 Maxi dress- for effortless style and total […]

Need Some Quick Cash?- Tips on Selling to Clothes Mentor

So, if you’ve been following my blog, you already know that I’m newly obsessed with Clothes Mentor. They offer the best brands in like-new condition at amazingly low prices. Last time I focused on the great purchases I’d made at Clothes Mentor, but I wanted to provide you with tips on selling to Clothes Mentor […]

New App! Swirl- Your Personal Shopping Assistant

Okay- apparently fashion apps are hot right now. Because I’ve stumbled upon another AMAZING one. I took the explanation from their website,http://www.swirl.com/welcome.html,  – because they’ve articulated their mission so well. But I’ve tested the app and it is SO COOL! Choose to follow your favorite retailers to stay on stop of their offers and deals. In […]

Trendabl- Finally, an Instagram I Can Get Behind

For me, instagram wasn’t the instant sensation it was for the rest of the social media world. For some reason, photos of people’s Chinese take out and their dog sleeping next to them on the couch just weren’t things I felt compelled to scroll through. Enter Trendabl- a fashion only app that allows you to […]

Statement Necklaces that Won’t Break the Bank!

Okay, in case I haven’t mentioned it enough times already- I’m obsessed with JCrew. And, just so you know, JCrew always puts out the most amazing statement necklaces. Last year, for my birthday, I bought myself one of the bubble statement necklaces in white. Yeah. This one. 🙂 I waited until my birthday because it […]

I Do Not Suffer from Handbag Addiction, I Enjoy Every Minute of It

Okay, friends, it’s time to talk about the GW Boutique. When I was in high school, Goodwill was my jam. Because of our family’s socio-economic status, my wardrobe was limited to mostly Target and Walmart brands, with the occasional birthday or Christmas trip to the mall. Feeling strongly that my outfits served as an outward […]