From time to time, I like to share what my current favorites are in fashion and food. These items are what I have been relying on most these past few weeks. And I plan on using them in high rotation for the rest of Spring and probably the rest of the year.
I picked this blazer up on a whim last week at H+M. The color is the idyllic shade of blush and for $34.95 I couldn’t pass it up. It’s a welcomed addition to my blazer collection, as it will go with jeans and a tee, and just as easily with a floral dress.
This Alexis Bittar necklace is one that I have had for quite some time and yet it always makes a reappearance in my jewelry favorites. It’s casual meets somewhat dressy, making it perfect for slightly dressing up a t-shirt or doing the reverse and slightly dressing down an otherwise fancy top.
With all of the cooking websites, blog, apps out there, I still prefer a food magazine. I have a tendency to get overwhelmed when I’m looking for new recipes. Especially when I type ‘chicken’ into the search box and 2,493 recipes show up. I get bored after reading a couple of recipes and don’t have the patience to click the rest of the sites pages. I often buy Cooking Light for inspirational, healthier meals. I recently purchased a subscription because I find the recipes are trusted, tried and fairly quick. Knowing that the meals won’t take all night to make (especially with a newborn) and that they flavor won’t be compromised despite that they are low in calories, sells me every time.
My collection of grey sweatshirts has grown once again. At first I was drawn to the shirt because it was heather gray and then I was intrigued by the sheer, chiffon sleeve. It’s the ultimate casual, chic piece. I’ve already paired it with army green khakis and boyfriend jeans and a rhinestone necklace completes the outfit by adding a feminine touch.
These are one my ‘must have’ shoes for this Spring. The d’orsay shape is an upgraded change for the basic black flat. The fact they’re fabric as opposed to leather makes them all the more comfortable and open side silhouette makes them more appropriate for Spring.
Neutral meets neutral, enough said. Honestly, this is the epitome of easy for me. Two of my favorite colors combined into one bag and its adorned on the handle with studs, so consider me smitten. I love that it’s a timeless shape, yet the studs make it the slightest bit edgy. (last seen here) (sold here)