First things first…my obsession with Jennifer Lopez is back in full effect. Last week I mentioned my girl crush on her from as early as elementary school and I think it just went to a whole new level. Did you guys watch the American Music Awards last night?! She’s 46!!! 46 years old and still looks and dances like she’s in her early 20s. She legit is Benjamin Button.
Anyway – now back to the post. This flowy blouse is perfection. Well, not as perfect as JLo, but it is a new favorite of mine. I’m all about cute, oversized clothes and I also like the high/low style. I’ve seen some people wear it as a dress, and given the fact that I’m a shorty, I can probably pull it off with some low booties.
I have a hard time finding hats that fit me properly. Although my face is full and I have chipmunk cheeks, my actual head circumference is really small, so most hats look ridiculous on me or fall off the second I take a step forward. As you can see, I’m a fan of the berry color, but it also comes in taupe.
I’m super excited to host my first Stella & Dot Trunk Show! Some of my favorite everyday jewelry is from Stella & Dot and I can honestly say that the quality and price point is amazing! There are pieces I wear 5 out of 7 days of the week that I also shower with and sleep in and they have NEVER tarnished! I can’t say that about all of my jewelry, even more expensive lines. I’ve been really wanting to get this 3 in 1 travel bag. Everyone who owns it swears by it. It expands on the bottom to be the perfect “weekender” bag. The poufs are awesome! I own three and use them for makeup storage at home. When traveling I take them with me for makeup, smaller toiletries and jewelry. They’re $24 and the perfect gift to give someone! Another gift idea that is a little more special would be their engravable jewelry. I own one necklace with an “H” on it [for my daughter Harley] and another one with 09.03.14 [her birthday] and constantly get complimented on both!
My Stella & Dot:
Stella & Dot I’m Coveting:
Let me know what pieces you love!
Photos by Maria Socarras