Embrace your inner bohemian. That's the look I was going for this week. When Calypso sent me information on this awesome ombre top, I knew I had to work it into our photo shoot. The flowy fabric and fabulous colors caught my eye.
Our scarf event a few months ago really got me inspired me to play with the long lines of this outfit. I decided to add a long watercolor scarf to the mix. For more scarf inspiration, check out this how-to video http://youtu.be/_65-hNR2hs8 I kept everything else relatively simple.
Keep Your Hands and Feet Warm with Canada's Most Loved Handwarmers
For all the folks out there with cold hands and toes, I have a solution that is both effective and sustainable! And, of course, it comes from a mom. Aurora heat is a small brand out of the Northwest Territories of Canada. Using sustainably resourced beaver pelts, they have ...read more
12 Tips for Cutting Down Your Own Christmas Tree
I grew up with a fake Christmas tree. We'd lug it up from the basement--branch by dilapidated branch--every year after Thanksgiving. It wasn't until my husband and I moved into our own house in the 'burbs that we decided to get ourselves a real, live tree. Related: How to make ...read more
Guide to Buying a Christmas Tree
After turkey, it's time to decorate the tree. Although we love adding the pretty lights and gorgeous ornaments, there are numerous things to take into consideration such as how to take care of your tree and understanding where it was sourced. Momtrends recently learned some ...read more
A few Stella & Dot Carrie Bangles. A silver sandal from Lauren by Ralph Lauren and I'm done. When you go big with a head scarf and splashy top, you've got to know when to say when.
I hope this spring you are having fun showing off your style. For more fashion, be sure to swing by MondayMingle, a style collaboration between Momtrends, BonBonRoseGirls and Glamamom. Each Monday we take turns posting about our personal style. This week head to Glamamom to link up--she's talking accessories.
This is not a sponsored post. A lot of brands send me clothes. I try to work the samples into our weekly photo sessions.