Look for Less: Naya Rivera's Nursery

August 25, 2015   


How adorable is Naya Rivera's nursery? Luckily for us, it looks like her designer is a bargain shopper too. Most of the items in her nursery are pretty budget-friendly, minus the crib, which is from Restoration Hardware.

Here's where you can get the look for less:




Black and White Teepee, Land of Nod, $159
Crib, Pottery Barn Kids, $699
Sheep Mobile, Restoration Hardware, $59
Rug, Bed Bath & Beyond, $167


Photo Credit: MyDomaine.com





Steal her Look: Olivia Palermo

August 21, 2015   

Olivia Palermo was spotted wearing this flirty off-the-shoulder top paired with cuffed jeans and printed flats. We recreated her look for under $100 bucks! Here's where you can steal her look for less,

Off-the-Shoulder Top, Romwe, $17 // Jeans, American Eagle, $39 // Flats, Dorothy Perkins, $12


Look for Less: Eclectic Dining Room

August 20, 2015   


We're in love with blogger Bri Emery's (from Design Love Fest) dining room. From the painting, to the dinning table from Danish Modern LA to that rug, it has the cool eclectic vibe.

Here's where you can steal her look for less:




Dinning Table, $699 // Chairs, $159 // Stripe Rug, $139 // Chandelier, $199 // Beach Print, $125 //Planter, $8


Hairfinity Interview: Healthy Hair and Summer Fun

   


Hey guys, wanted to share this fun interview I did with Hairfinity along with my blogger friend, Maria Tettamanti from The Wordy Girl

What is the greatest thing about Miami beaches? 

Carmen: The best thing I would say is how crystal clear the water is. It really does make you feel like you’re in paradise. It also lends itself to so many activities, my husband and I for example just got into paddle boarding and it’s amazing!


Which are your top three favorite beaches in Miami? 

Carmen: Well, I live two blocks from the beach, so I’m partial to Surfside (95th and Collins) but I also really like the beach near South Pointe Park and around 3rd Street and Collins.


Can you tell us a little about your hair beauty regime in summer? 

Carmen: Since I spend a lot of time at the pool and beach, I try to make sure I’m doing a hair treatment at least once every two weeks. I like to stay away from harsh chemicals as much as I can, so I try to keep it natural with organic coconut oil (which works just as well as a hair conditioning treatment). I’ll sometimes use avocado too!

Continue reading the full Hairfinity article here.


Steal her Look: Emily Ratajkowski's Overalls

August 18, 2015   


Okay, so we have to admit that we might have a girl crush (and style crush) on Emily Ratajkowski.
She recently posted this outfit picture on Instagram that we absolutely LOVE (well then again, she makes pretty much everything look good).

If case you've been thinking about jumping on the "overall" trend, we love how she paired it with this white v-neck top and sandals.

Here's where you can steal her look for less:


Overalls, Forever 21, $29
V-Neck Top, Velvet, $75
Sandals, Nordstrom Rack, $16


Motherhood Mondays: Back-to-School Style

August 17, 2015   

Andres starts pre-school (insert crying here) in just a few weeks so we’ve decided to get a head start on our back-to-school shopping. Since he’s outgrown his uniform from last year, we headed to Target to stock up on the basics. They have a great selection on khaki and navy shorts as well as collared shirts. We simply stick to his school colors (navy, red, and khaki) and then get them monogrammed with his school emblem. I love that they’re budget-friendly. We found both the shorts and collared shirts for under $10 bucks so we bought 5 pairs to last us throughout the week. The shirts and shorts are also very versatile because they can be worn for school as well as weekend wear (for example a blue collared shirt paired with denim shorts would look super cute).

While I was at it, I also bought Andres this adorable Lightning McQueen lunchbox and some really cute socks at Target. Socks are a great way to add some personality and a fun touch to his uniform. Plus, he gets a kick out of them (right now he’s into anything that’s dinosaur or cars related). We also can’t forget about mom! I’ve started to do some back-to-school shopping for myself too. I found some adorable home decor from the Nate Berkus collection to help keep my home office organized, like this gold stapler and desktop tray. I also stocked up on some clothes that would be perfect for school-drop offs.

I’m all about wearing pieces that are super comfortable, but that don’t look like I just rolled out of bed haha. For the most part, my school-drop of style consists of jeans. I basically live in them throughout the entire school-year. The best part of jeans is they can easily be dressed up, say with a blazer and wedges or dressed down with a simple basic tee and sandals. I found so many great styles at Target that are not only super budget-friendly (I found these for under $30 bucks) but they have reinvented all their jeans to be even more stretchy and comfortable.

They have a bunch of different styles to pick from, from skinny, boyfriend, straight and jeggings. My personal favorites are the skinny and boyfriend cuts.

Do you have a school drop-off style? You can check it out online and in-stores!




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