ModCloth Aspiration Creation skirt rainbow midi skirt2 carousel necklace and colorful skirt colorful ModCloth skirt, red Ann Taylor crossbody bag, and gold Kate Spade flats colorful ModCloth outfit rainbow skirt by ModCloth rainbow midi skirt8 don't you love that all ModCloth skirts come with pockets? kitschy carousel necklace Palm Springs inspired outfit candy colored outfit
shirt: Forever 21 (very similar) // skirt: ModCloth // shoes: Kate Spade c/o Shopbop // bag: Ann Taylor // necklace: from my childhood - thanks ma!

photos by Chelsea Laine Francis

First things first: the blog got a face lift over the weekend! Be sure to look around and see all the pretty (I'm obsessed with my new homepage and I gave the ole About page a refresh too!).

Speaking of pretty, we have got to talk about this skirt. As soon as I heard ModCloth was coming to town, I opened their site to start making my wishlist. At the very top was this skirt. Unfortunately, the IRL shop didn't have it in store, but I was able to try on some similar styles to see how it would fit (the magic of the fit shop!) and order it while in the store. Have you ever seen something so pretty?

These colors are my jam. For having so many hues, I thought this skirt might be difficult to style, but I've been surprised by how easy it actually is. I mentioned in my style questions post last week that I'm over relying on my chambray shirt when I come across a styling challenge, so I threw that out of the equation right off the bat (though, it does look awfully cute, in case you were wondering!). This white top is actually a crop top that I picked up last fall for a white party I attended during a work conference. I got to wear it that one time, and then it was winter, so it's just hung in my closet for all these months! I was thrilled (and surprised, based on the cropped fit) to find that this top went so perfectly with the skirt. Ruffled sleeves and eyelet? Yes please.

While I did actually wear the outfit I blogged for my birthday, I wore this one for my birthday lunch at work the day before. When you look like a piece of rainbow cake, it's hard not to feel festive!

The carousel necklace was a really lucky addition. I was trying to decide between statement earrings or a delicate necklace, rummaging through all my jewelry the night before I wore this. I came across the carousel necklace I had as a kid (RIP matching bracelet) and let out the most giddy squeal because, I mean, are these two items not made for each other?? Add my new Kate Spade flats and my bright red purse, and this might be my favorite outfit I've put together in months -- if not years! I'm serving up total Palm Springs vibes, don't you think?


Scandinavian inspired bathroom

It's finally here! Well, I actually finished our guest bathroom redecoration project back in February, but I've finally taken photos for y'all to see! I'm certainly not aiming to be any sort of home decor blogger, but since I shared my inspiration for it, I thought it would be fun to show you the final product. That said, please excuse the iPhone photo quality!

wooden bathroom shelf

You may recall that my inspiration came from the always clean and cozy Scandinavian decor. I decided on grey, natural elements, and gold accents as I started collected pieces. This shelf is from The Small and Savage Wild (c/o), which I found on Queen for Dinner (aka one of the coolest sites on the Internet). Being in such a small room, I love that this shelf takes up vertical space in a way that doesn't make the occupants feel claustrophobic. This shelf hangs on an angled wall that you can see from the living room when the bathroom door is open, which makes for a nice view across the room!

The hoop art is by Texas-based maker bedthread, the book and cat were both gifts. I did actually buy this metal planter from my wishlist, but the plant in it died right before I took these photos, so instead you get my IKEA plant that's usually in the living room!

styled double triangle shelf

Also from my wishlist, I decided on the grey striped shower curtain from Urban Outfitters. I'm sooo in love with it! It has exactly the cozy feel I was going for. The curtain is great quality and I love the little white tassels at the bottom.

These towels were a gift from my mom. They're the Royal Velvet brand from JC Penny in Factory Gray, which I'm totally obsessed with. We've got them in the bath sheet size and they are the softest, thickest towels I've ever owned. In fact, after buying them for us, my mom replaced all the towels at my parents' house with Royal Velvet! This isn't sponsored, but if you're looking for new towels, I highly recommend these.

Due to the strange arrangement of our bathroom, we just couldn't make towel rods work for the space. I decided on 3M hooks because I needed something before our guest arrived back in February, but I may replace them with something like this down the line. For now, they totally get the job done!

grey shower curtain and towels cozy bathroom inspiration

Of all the things I bought for this re-do, the thing that made the room feel finished was actually the scent warmer I found at Target. I've never owned one of these, but we've got one in the office at work and now I'm converted. I've got this floral scent that I adore, but Dago says smells like gingerbread.

The wire basket is also from Target, but I can't find it online. This one is pretty similar!

bathroom sink details

Probably the best decision I made was getting the bamboo slats instead of regular cloth bathmats. Just out of the frame below is where Contessa's litterbox lives, and there's just always cat litter everywhere. The wooden slats are perfect because they're lifted off the ground and have space between each piece of wood, so the litter just rolls off onto the ground instead of on your foot! If you don't have a cat, you may think this is weird, but fellow cat moms feel me. 

(Side note: the reviews of these slats talk about them getting mildew-y, but I think those people are using them inside the shower, because the bottoms of mine are literally never even wet. I've been very pleased with this product!)

grey guest bathroom
what to put in your guest bathroom

During my massive Target shopping trip, I spent the most time looking for a little tray for toiletries. I really hated most of their selection. Luckily, I stumbled upon this pretty gold polka dot tray in another section of the store. Doesn't it look like Kate Spade? I super love it. It's also great for putting my glasses on while I shower, knowing they won't accidentally get knocked off the toilet. Of course, I can't find this online either (get it together, Target!), but here are some other cute gold-accented trays.

guest bathroom details

So there you have it! Next up, we're re-doing our extra room, which I'm itching to getting started on. How do you think this room came out? Have you ever decorated a guest bathroom?

cozy guest bathroom re-do

Happy Friday! I've got good news and bad news for you today. The good news is that you're about to look at some really pretty stuff that I now own. The bad news is that 100% of it was outside of my quarterly budget. Since I already overspent my budget in April, I literally should have done zero shopping in May. However, May is my birthday month, so IDGAF and I do what I want. Okay, but really there were a few good reasons why I made the conscious decision to buy the things I did this month. Since I make the rules around here, I rule that these reasons are as excellent as the things I bought:

1. Ann Taylor was having a crazy great sale at the end of April (post-April budget post)
2. ModCloth IRL was in town for only the remainder of this month
3. Shorts are a necessity living in Texas, and mine from last summer don't fit anymore

What I bought:
what i bought may
Ann Taylor Belted Pleated Skirt - $62.50 (originally $129) [worn here]
Ann Taylor Signature Crossbody Tote - $40.00 (originally $79.99)
Gap 1969 Summer Shorts - $29.95 (originally $49.95)
ModCloth Raising the Bar-becue Skirt - $39.99 (originally $49.99)
ModCloth Aspiration Creation Skirt - $39.99 (originally $49.99)

Monthly Total: $212.43
Quarterly Budget Spent: $762.52
Quarterly Budget Remaining: -$262.52

We've already established that I way way overspent my budget, so let's focus on something else. Can you believe that none of these pieces were bought after the first week of May? I hosted my event at ModCloth on May 3 (where I purchased the gingham and rainbow skirts), which happened to be the same night that Dago got injured. The Ann Taylor and Gap purchased were both actually made at the tail-end of April, so, even though my budget doesn't reflect it, I hardly shopped in May!

I love everything I bought a whole darn lot. I have outfits of all of these things photographed, so you'll see them in action in the coming weeks!

What I received:

what i bought may2
Kate Spade Eleni Flats - $159.60 c/o Shopbop
ModCloth Chirps and Salsa Skirt - $59.99 c/o ModCloth

I always want to disclose what I receive from the brands who support this ole blog. In addition to my usual Shopbop credit (which I saved up for some serious Kate Spade birthday gifts to myself), I received an outfit from ModCloth for my event. So many cute animal prints are now in my closet!

So that's it for May! I have two shopping trips planned for this Memorial Day weekend to take advantage of the sales, but I don't intend to do much/any other shopping in June. I've got my birthday discount from Anthro to use -- I'm looking at this dress, but I'm not sure how it's going to fit based on the reviews. Then I'm going to trek to the outlet mall to visit J.Crew Factory. I'm hoping to try on this skirt, these shorts, this popover, and this top.

As always, I'm linking up with Fran and the budgeting bloggers! Be sure to go see what other pretty things people bought this month!

what i bought in may

image via J.Crew

I thought it would be fun to do something a little different today! Kimi answered these 5 style questions from Grechen's Closet and they got me thinking a lot about my own answers. If you've ever wondered about my closet (or what I wear while I write last minute blog posts?), this post is for you! And we're off...

01. What if you had to choose ONE brand (money no object) to buy clothes from, what would it be?

Much as I'd like to say some place like Anthropologie or Madewell or even ASOS, I have to go with J.Crew. My whole wardrobe would be J.Crew if I could afford it. I think they nail my aesthetic -- playfully classic -- perfectly. They put out the classics every season with a punch of fun colors and prints and even a few unique pieces in each collection that you wouldn't find anywhere else. If money were no object, I'd be a more femme take on Jenna Lyons 100% of the time.

02. What’s one thing you’ve purged from your wardrobe you wish you had now?

My heart is still broken over having to purge my J.Crew Factory polka dot skirt. I loved the fuck out of that skirt; I wore it 10 times on the blog in less than a year, and way more than twice that in real life. It stopped fitting, and I've been devastated ever since. I've never stopped reaching for it in my closet, and I haven't yet found a worthy replacement.

03. What’s something you’re hanging on to, but sort of wish you had the courage to let go of?

Honestly, my current chambray shirt. I've never loved it the way I did my American Eagle one. I also feel like I lean on it like a crutch when I'm not sure how to style something, so it keeps me from being creative. I still think every woman should have one, I just need to either replace or get rid of mine.

04. If you had to choose 5-10 things from your wardrobe (including shoes & bags) to keep and you had to get rid of everything else, what would you keep?

I think it's interesting that this question sort of forces you to think as a minimalist, even if that isn't your typical approach to your own closet. Also interesting: there are a couple of items on this list that I wear literally once a week, all year 'round, but haven't made it to the blog. I wouldn't say these items necessarily showcase my personal style or my love for fashion, but they're eternally comfortable and I always feel put together when wearing them.

01. Target chartreuse cardigan (seen here)
04. Old Navy striped swing dress (seen here)
07. Vintage Coach black crossbody purse (seen here)
09. Taupe American Eagle suede booties (seen here)
10. Chartreuse flatforms (seen here)

While this would never be ideal for me, these were pretty obvious picks for me to make. If I was able to add one more item, it would either be another dress or my Madewell Industry top (seen here). That top is unfortunately not very versatile (I can't wear it with skirts), but I feel SO amazing in it that I'd hate to leave it behind.

05. What are you wearing RIGHT THIS SECOND?

I'm writing this post at 8:45 Wednesday night after recording our podcast, so I'm rocking some pretty sweet pjs. Shirt is Curious Threads, joggers are Target, slippers are a gift from Dago's mom. Def fashun blahg worthy, right? Especially with those stretched out knees!


That was fun, right? Well, if you thought so, then you're really going to enjoy what's next! My friend and pretend mentor Laurel Kinney, a wildly successful personal stylist and wonderful human in Austin, is about to launch her Style Shift Workshop in the coming weeks.

I'm incredibly passionate about what Laurel does. She's a social worker-turned-stylist, so she takes a similar approach to style as I do. There's a deeper intersection between what we wear, how we feel, and how we treat ourselves. Allowing ourselves to wear clothes we love and spend time/energy on them is absolutely an act of self-care. Though, just like we may not know all the ins and outs of essential oils or other more conventional forms of self-care, not everyone is an expert on using their closet as a way to care for themselves.

Laurel's latest project is a brilliant e-course to help you care for yourself, express yourself, and be your best self by giving you the tools to be your own personal stylist. If you struggle with things like putting the pieces in your closet together, being overwhelmed by all the options when you enter a store, knowing what your style even is or should be, or having a closet full of clothes that don't bring you real joy, this e-course is for you.

In preparation for the e-course, Laurel is hosting a FREE live training called Clear The Clutter, Find Your Style on June 1st to help you see your wardrobe in a whole new way.  She’s also going to give some insight into why exactly style matters, specific tools to help you get clear on your style goals, and she’s going to show you exactly how to sort your closets like a professional stylist would. How cool is that?

There's no commitment to this phone call. This training is about learning about some awesome tools and testing the waters to see if you might be interested in signing up for the Style Shift Workshop. You can register for the (free!) call up until the night of 5/31, as the training will be on 6/1. Since the training is virtual, you can take it from anywhere and don't need be in Austin to participate!

This is honestly a super opportunity -- to learn from a personal stylist how to be your own personal stylist. When we're equipped with the right tools, we're empowered to take things into our own hands when it comes to bettering our lives. It's powerful! It's fun! It's fashion! Sign up now!

P.S. If you want to answer the 5 questions yourself, I've pasted them below:

What if you had to choose ONE brand (money no object) to buy clothes from, what would it be?
What’s one thing you’ve purged from your wardrobe you wish you had now?
What’s something you’re hanging on to, but sort of wish you had the courage to let go of?
If you had to choose 5-10 things from your wardrobe (including shoes & bags) to keep and you had to get rid of everything else, what would you keep?
What are you wearing RIGHT THIS SECOND?

5 style questions + a styling workshop

Eeee! I'm so excited to share this year's birthday bucket list with y'all. I started writing down goals for my 27 before 27 sometime in February or March in a note on my phone, and the rest of them fell into place by early May. I think I've got the best balance in goals this year, especially as far as everything being in my reach.

This year I focused on the kind of person I want to be in my 26th year. Sometimes my goals end up keeping me really busy, and this year has more to do with slowing down and making my life a better one. I've realized that I don't need to set so many work-related goals, because that's not really where I could stand to grow. It's the relaxing and appreciating I need and want more of in my life, so I'm excited to have some tangible ways to work towards being a happier, more-centered me.

Without further ado, my 27 before 27 list:

27 before 27

So that's what I'll be up to for the next year! Who's ready to help me start crossing things off the list?

27 before 27

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top: Old Navy // jeans: Old Navy // shoes: Sam Edelman c/o Shopbop // scarf: Curious Threads c/o Curious Prints // purse: vintage Coach via Pieceology Vintage

photos by Chelsea Laine Francis

Some outfits get worn so many times in the first two weeks you discover them that you have to take a break. I actually lost count how many times I wore this, like, in a row, after bringing all these pieces home in the same weekend. It doesn't get easier than a tank top and jeans, but this outfit? It's better. Let's break it down.

A headscarf is sort of my signature, so I love finding a new one. I've been searching for a black one for seriously years. When I found out that Curious Prints (whose works hangs both in my house and my office) was going to start carrying apparel, I could not get my grabby hands on it fast enough. Sweet shop owner Kate invited me to model for her lookbook, and in return I got this sweet gemstone scarf and a poppy crop top. There's just enough pop of color to make the black scarf fun, and a headscarf is eternally my favorite accessory for masking less-than-great hair days.

I picked up this tank and these jeans both on super sale at, where else, Old Navy. I finally got a pair of distressed jeans -- sorry Mom! Verdict: I love 'em. My favorite part is actually the undone hem, which I sort of expected to hate. I wear jeans to work pretty often, so these feel quintessentially weekend. I could definitely wear these to work, but it's sort of fun having a few weekend-only pieces.

I know it's stupid-wrinkled in these photos (that's what I get for saving this outfit for last on our shooting day aaaaand not hanging it up in my car...), but this top is one of the most flattering* things I've ever worn. I'mma go buy it in another color as soon as I let myself enter an ON again. Am I the only one who has to have off-limits Old Navy periods? When I say they can have all my money, I mean I won't be able to pay rent if I'm not careful.

Last up are these magical Sam Edelman block heel sandals that I pretty much want to wear every day (seen recently here). Have I mentioned that the soles are padded and feel like tiny clouds? And that they go with everything? And that I can actually walk comfortably in them for hours? Yeah, they're worth it.

It's that easy: grab a tank and jeans, add a cool pair of sandals and a statement accessory. Wear it for weekend, wear it for work, wear it three days in a row and feel no shame, my friends!

*Okay, real talk: I wore a strapless bra the day we shot these photos, not realizing that it was such a mistake in this top! I promise that wearing a normal bra (usually rocking this one with this top) doesn't cut my chest off from my shoulders like you see here. *monkey covering its eyes emoji*

silk scarf and block heels

With another birthday behind me, it's time to recap my birthday bucket list from the last year! I have to say, I get better and better at setting these goals every year, which is good because I have to set more and more goals every year I get older. In year 25, I accomplished more of my birthday bucket list goals than any previous year!

Here's my 26 before 26 list for the last time, now with strike-outs through everything I completed!

26 before 26 check in

01. Road trip to Marfa | Completed 9/17-9/20. Read about my trip here.
02: Go to Pedernales State Falls Park | Completed 6/13.
03: Visit malls in 3 different cities | Completed! Premium Outlets in San Marcos, The Woodlands Mall in The Woodlands, NorthPark Center in Dallas. 
05: Host a blogger event | This ended up looking a little differently than I anticipated. However, I emceed Thrive on 2/27 and hosted styling events for primarily bloggers + creatives at francesca's on 3/15 (recap here) and ModCloth on 5/3 (recap here).
06: Secure a blog sponsor | Completed 7/30. I've loved working with Shopbop to discover and share brands worth investing in.
07: Participate in a link up every month | I have participated in Fran's budgeting bloggers link-up every month for the last year. You can check out those posts here.
09: Journal every day for one month | I journaled every day in November using Grid Diary.
10: Go one whole month without shopping | After failing at this in July, I successfully did not shop during the month of January!
11: Buy a dryer | Completed 7/18.
12: Revamp our guest bathroom | Completed 2/24. (Post coming soon, I promise!)
13: Keep a few plants alive in our apartment | In addition to our snake plant, we've added two more medium-size plants and several smaller pots here and there.
14: Go to the farmers' market | Completed 5/1.
15: Go to the flea market | Completed 10/2.
17: Attend a crafting workshop | I've actually done quite a few crafting workshops in the last year thanks to The Paper + Craft Pantry!
18: Get a massage | Completed 4/17.
21: Bake lemon bars | Completed 8/23.
23: Pose for a confidence shoot | Completed 9/19 in Marfa, TX.
24: Speak to students about blogging & dream jobs | Completed 4/6.
26: Give gifts for no reason | Done throughout the year!
Total: 19 out of 26

Not Completed:
04: Travel to an out-of-state blog friend | This is the goal I'm most disappointed about not achieving. However, I decided on a Capital One Venture Card when choosing a credit card back in December, which earns miles/travel points as I use it. It's a great incentive to get me traveling!
08: Send a letter every month | Nope nope nope. I maybe sent two postcards all year?
16: Go to the dentist | Ugh, I did not overcome my fear of the dentist. Maybe next year?
19: Try acupuncture | I wanted to schedule this sometime after my massage, but I ran out of time and needed to allocate the funds elsewhere.
20: Complete Duolingo's Spanish course | I didn't really factor in how much actual time this was going to take when I made it a goal. While it's true that I could have made the time, I did plenty this year and feel fine leaving this off my plate.
22: Watch 5 Audrey Hepburn movies | I did finally watch Breakfast at Tiffany's, but didn't get around to any more Audrey movies after that.
25: Contribute writing to HelloGiggles | While I did contribute writing elsewhere (like I Was Just Saying That), I decided that HG wasn't the right fit for what I wanted to be writing. Not so much a fail as a changed goal.
Total: 7 out of 26

That's all, folks! Stay tuned for my 27 before 27 list later this week (spoiler alert: it's a good one), and be sure to check out my tips for making your own birthday bucket list!

25 before 25
24 before 24

26 before 26 | the recap

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dress: Pieceology Vintage (more denim dresses) // shoes: ASOS (very similar) // purse: Old Navy (similar) // scarf: vintage (similar) // rings: Moulton

photos by Chelsea Laine Francis

My birthday falls on a Saturday this year, so you get to see my birthday outfit a day early! Tomorrow I'll be 26 and hopefully eating as much pizza and breakfast food as I can stand. I think since your metabolism gets slower as you age, that should technically be less pizza and breakfast food than before, but I'm up for the challenge.

I purchased this '90s denim sack dress from April at her recent pop-up shop, and then I proceeded to wear it three days in a row. Not only is this the most comfortable dang thing I've ever owned, but I feel awfully cool wearing it. After wearing not-so-comfortable dresses on my birthday in years past, I'd say comfy and cool makes for a perfect celebratory outfit. How many pancakes do you think I can fit in this dress? I'd wager quite a few!

Birthdays are a funny thing. I think I started to feel like I was 26 sometime back in March; I just felt like I had more control over my life and I was more comfortable in my skin than ever. Then, Dago got injured and I really had to step up to the plate in a way that I'm not sure 25 year old me would have been able to handle. I know a lot of people claim they don't feel any different when their birthday rolls around, but I so internalize the change and what it means for how I carry myself, interact with others, and, mostly, handle my shit.

When I turned 25, I was nervous that I wouldn't have a good year because Dago's mom was sick and I felt like I didn't have anything to look forward to. 25 ended up being my best year yet. I traveled across the state with a caravan of babes, I came into my own at work, I emceed a blog conference, and accomplished a whole heck of a lot of things I did and didn't set out to achieve. I have no doubt that 26 is going to bring me even more joy, growth, hurdles to overcome, and things to celebrate.

So, uh, happy birthday to me!

blue jean birthday girl

straw bags

As much as I love carrying my tan leather Old Navy tote and my collection (is two a collection?) of vintage Coach purses, I've been feeling the need for something a little more summery on my arm. It really doesn't get more summery than a straw bag. I remember my mom, grandma, and aunts always packing them whether we were headed to a picnic, the pool, or backyard BBQ party as a kid. 

Of course, the ones I'm lusting after have gotten a bit of an update: tassels, crochet, and embellishments, oh my! From clutches to crossbodies to totes, there's plenty of straw to go around, and certainly a perfect bag for any and each occasion. Who says you have to pick just one?

Are you feeling straw bags this season? How do you prefer to carry your things to and fro in the summertime?

on my list | straw bags

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skirt: Ann Taylor // shirt: Lush // shoes: thrifted Sundance (more flatform sandals) // purse: STRUT (similar, not really similar but so cool!) // earrings: Beehive Boutique (similar) // rings: Moulton

photos by Chelsea Laine Francis

Yesterday's post was full of birthday wishes yet fulfilled, but today's is the birthday wish already come true. I snagged this pleated blush midi skirt on super sale from Ann Taylor as an early birthday gift to myself, and I couldn't be happier with it. A couple of days into waiting for my package to arrive, I started to worry that the skirt wouldn't live up to my dreams -- what if it was too *small? what if the color was really more pantyhose than blush? what if it showed up wrinkled and I never got the pleats straight again? -- but as soon as I opened the box, all my doubts melted away.

As I stood in my closet putting together outfits, I realized that the skirt called for a pair of nude wedges and a simple bag. Except, I don't own those things, and that's not really my style. Instead, I started adding pieces with a dose of personality: my thrifted chartreuse flatforms (seen here & here), my pink fringe purse (seen here & here), and my biggest, boldest statement earrings (seen here).

What I noticed later about all of these items were that I found them all locally. It's not unlikely that I'll run into a gal wearing this same Ann Taylor skirt (I mean, it's a great piece!). However, I'd say it's pretty improbable that I'll see someone wearing these same earrings, carrying this same purse, or even rocking these same shoes (though not technically local, being thrifted suggests that they aren't on the rack of your major mall right now).

I'd like to think that a major portion of fashion blog readers are looking for a path to their own personal style. Sure, someone might purchase something after seeing it on a blog or they'll copy an outfit even, but all in hopes of dressing more like themselves -- the most stylish, confident version of themselves!

So here's the tip: buy the name brand things -- from Ann Taylor, J.Crew, Old Navy, and the like -- but don't style them exactly the way you see in the catalog or even on the blogs. Focus some of your attention on shopping local and shopping small so you have the items in your closet that no one else has. A great skirt is awesome, but personal style comes from what you do with it!

Have you picked up anything from local or independent shops lately? What's your favorite way to make a classic buy stand out as your own?

*Sizing note: I'm wearing an 8 in this skirt, same as my yellow skirt from Ann Taylor. My usual size in skirts is a 10, so I would suggest sizing down in AT skirts!

mixing name brands with local finds

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