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Good, casual jackets are so hard to find! I love them because they are so easy to throw on over a tank with jeans, or even a dress. They are the outfit “completer”, that can take a simple outfit to something a little more interesting.
This lightweight jacket from Scoobie is under $75 and it is a great spring layering piece. It drapes really pretty, and hangs a little lower in the back, and I love the colors in the embroidery. I really think it could be worn into early fall as well, which makes it so versatile!
I am wearing a small for reference. You can email sarah@shopscoobie to order
Jacket: Scoobie, Tank: Mink Pink, Jeans: Levis (under $90!), Necklace: Vintage from Dear Society, Earrings: Kendra Scott, Sunglasses: Ray-Ban, Rings: Stella and Dot (old), Bag: Banana Republic (old)… Continue Reading
There is nothing worse than when it is weeks to swimsuit season, or a vacation and you freak out because you aren’t “swimsuit ready”. For all of us that means something different. But, I think being comfortable in your skin, and feeling good in a swimsuit is important. Getting where you want to be also doesn’t happen overnight. I think that is one of the worst myths in the fitness world. It takes time, dedication and consistency to achieve goals.
I often hear of women crash dieting or going on crazy workout binges before a vacation, which is one of the worst things you can do to your body. Working out like a crazy woman + not eating anything = a dangerous combo. You will wear yourself out, and chances are you will end up gaining everything back that you lost on that crash diet.
When you workout hard and especially if you are doing a lot of cardio your body needs fuel!… Continue Reading
We can all relate to the first time shopping post baby. Almost 9 years later, and I still remember it vividly.
I still looked pregnant, and I believe someone at the store asked me when I was “due”?! My body was a mess, I was exhausted and I just wanted to find something cute to wear, because the thought of putting maternity clothes back on was just depressing. I remember settling for something that was just “ok” because it worked.
Throw a baby into the mix, and that’s a whole other ballgame! I remember the first time trying to figure out my stupid stroller, and hauling it in and out of my car. The amount of diaper changes, and full body sweats as you try to nurse your baby in a fitting room. It’s just not a pleasant experience.
Dress for Success is one of my favorite charities that is changing the live of countless women in the US. This charity is helping women gain economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. For more information on this great organization, click HERE.
I had the opportunity to go on KCTV 5 last week to talk a bit about the charity and their recent partnership with Talbots and Oprah Magazine.
The Oprah Magazine collection for Talbots will benefit Dress for Success; by giving back 30% of the profits to the organization. This partnership helped over 20,000 women in 2016!
There are many ways you can give to dress for success; you can purchase from this exclusive line for Talbots, you can make a monetary donation online HERE, or you can find your local Dress for Success to make a clothing donation!… Continue Reading
I got my first pair of Koral activewear leggings about a year ago. I knew that they would work double duty, because they could be styled both for working out in, but also layered with a cute sweater and leather jacket for the weekend. Here I paired it with my new N: Philanthropy sweatshirt I got in Los Angeles. I have been LIVING in this thing; it was well worth the money spent. I love the raw edges and cutouts at the neck.
The pants are super lightweight, and just hug your body. Because of the sheen you may think they are super hot when you workout, but they actually aren’t. They recently came out with a the lustrous legging in a high rise which I love even more. I just got this slate color which is perfect to transition into spring.