Living is San Francisco we are blessed to have pretty mild weather – it’s never too hot or too cold. Whenever I’m packing to go on a warm weather trip – I don’t have a lot to choose from. In fact, I have one small box that I keep everything in. Recently I’ve found that everything is a little worn out. So, with this Cabo trip happening I realized I need to re-stock a few items. While shopping around, these were a few favorites that I came across and purchased for myself.
Spring is right around the corner – I know I have been dreaming about it with all this rain we’ve been having. While I’m a firm believer in purchasing investment pieces, when it comes to adding fun seasonal items to my wardrobe I definitely don’t want to break the bank on them. Everyone deserves to look chic without a large price tag. That’s why I always turn to Sole Society for these items. With new styles being added every week I know I can always find something chic to add to my regular rotation. I’ve pulled together a handful of my favorite items that I’ll be adding into my regular wardrobe once it warms up. For now I’ll be bringing them down to Arizona for spring training with me.
1.) Regina Round Frame Sunglasses in Milky Taupe
2.) Layout Cutout Ring
3.) Lightweight Infinity Scarf in Stone
4.) Cooper Leather Gladiator Sandal in Frappe
More of my spring time favorites!
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It’s no surprise that I love a good stripe – whether it’s a shirt or scarf, I have a plethora of stripes in my wardrobe. Since we’re off to Paris next I figured stripes were the perfect way to get me excited for the next leg of our trip. I love the way French women mix in stripes as a basic in their wardrobe. They always where them in such a chic way – it’s incredible. I’ve pulled together a few of my favorites.
1.) Silk Henley Tank in Stripe
2.) Side-zip Slub Ponte Top in Stripe
3.) Splendid Striped-sleeve Knitted Sweater
4.) Long-sleeve Sailor Stripe Tee
It’s official, we finally got the first rain storm of the season. And while I’m excited to spend the next couple of days inside working away and curling up with some movies, I hate to see all of the flowers looking sad. Our beautiful cherry blossom trees have petals flying off them looking like snow – hopefully they survive through this storm. With rain comes time to dust off my rain boots and bring them out for the inaugural walk through the puddles. Since most of the country is either in several feet of snow, slush or rain, I pulled together a handful of favorites I’ve been coveting. I personally have Hunters and Treton with shearling – it’s nice to switch back and forth. Do you have a favorite rain boot you can’t live without during gloomy weather?
1. Hunter Original Short Rain Boot
2. Chooka ‘Bolero’ Rain Boot
3. Sloosh Original Rain Boot with Harness
4. Loeffler Randall Slip-on Boot
I’ve got to be honest with you, as much as I wanted to embrace the wedge sneaker – I couldn’t pulled the trigger on them. I always felt like I should be going to the basketball court. With that being said, I have been loving the slip-on sneaker look. They are easy, comfy and perfect for traveling. A must for me this spring! While I haven’t bought a pair yet (mainly because I can’t decide on which pair I want), I’ve pulled together a few of my favorites that I’m deciding between. Have you embraced this trend?
1. Vince Preston Woven Leather Slip On
2. Vince Blair Slip On Sneakers
3. Sam Edelman Becker Slip On Sneakers
4. Via Spiga Galant Sneaker