One of my favorite things about Colorado is that just about every time I think I’m starting to get sick of whatever season we’re in, you wake up the next day and everything has changed.
I love the crisp air and cool breeze that rolls in with the fiery autumn colors and toasty coffee drinks.
I love any good excuse to start dressing with more layers, and change up your wardrobe so everything feels fresh and new.Read More
Y’all. I die for these shoes. I found them at Nordstrom rack and they are the perfect mix of casual and dressy with their little buckles and low heel. I also love that they’re suede so they almost (almost) a fall shoe…
“Maybe our girl friends are our soul mates, and boys are just people to have fun with.”
I think any true Colorado native would say that there is a tangible shift in the air this time of year. Something changes with the colors of the leaves as we pack away our summer shorts and pull out warmer layers. It’s this shift from the lightheartedness of summer, to something a little earthier- heartier, and full of anticipation for the colder months to come.
I also think it’s rare this time of year to not to talk to someone who is dying to escape to the mountains. To breathe in the fresh fall air and hear the crunch of dying leaves under their feet.
I was a little hesitant to post this look because it’s now officially fall and this is definitely a summer look/dress, but it’s one of my absolute favorites so I couldn’t pass it up.
Yesterday was the first official day of fall, and I’m over here still wanting to wear shorts… In my defense, Colorado has the most bi-polar weather ever right1? One day is 90 and the next day there’s snow on the ground, regardless of what season it actually is.
I have this personal belief that I look silly in Baseball Hats. I don’t know if it’s that I have a small head or what, but I just think I look like a little kid in their dad’s hat. But as soon as I tried this little leather cap on I was hooked. I like that it feels a little “fancier” than your normal sports team hat, but casual enough to toss and and bop around your weekend in style. Not to mention, I’m always down for something that helps alleviate a bad hair day…
This look has become one of my go-to weekend errand looks. It’s relaxed while still being put together, and the best part? I don’t have to wash my hair. *Thank God for the invention of cute hats*
What a whirlwind these last few weeks have been. I closed on my first house, my cousin/best friend moved in with me and I feel like I’ve been running around the clock to figure out how this is all going to fit together.
This past Labor Day weekend was filled with so many wonderful people and things and it’s grounding me in who I want to be during this next season of life. I want to be open to new people and experiences. Say yes to more opportunities and embrace daring discomfort in the pursuit of adventures that bring a new spark to my soul and light up my eyes.
There’s something amazing (and sometimes horrifying) about being responsible for your own home, and the people that you allow to come into it. I think part of becoming older and owning who you are is setting the boundaries to be the truest version of yourself. To know when to say “no” and who to say it to. It’s up to me to decide who I want to invite into my new sacred space and create a home that resonates with me down to the very nitty gritty of my soul.
Y’all. I die for this dress.
Seriously, it’s one of those dresses that you put on and instantly feel good. Look good, feel good, have fun. Right?!
Y’all I have a dining room.
Ok, not yet. But Thursday September 1st at 4pm I will be the proud new owner of a little Denver bungalow complete with a “postage stamp” of a backyard and a dining room!