Summer 2017 Shopping Trends
One of the things I look forward to on some weekends (ok, let’s be honest, most weekends) is going shopping or sitting at home with a coffee and online shopping for things that I’ve been crushing on for the last week or month. There are so many summer trends and fashion items i’m loving right now!
Here’s what’s in my shopping cart for July!
adidas Originals Campus
Still in Edmonton!!
Allegra Woven Cross Body Bag
Havana Off the Shoulder Top
Missguided Frill Detail Culotte Jumpsuit
Steve Madden Infinity Mules
I love printed t-shirts, and this “Still in Edmonton” t-shirt has been on my list for a long time. After all, my 2 year move to Edmonton has turned into 8 years!!
I have tried to track down a pair the Pink Adidas Gazelles for so many months with them being sold out of every store here and unable to order online. These Adidas Campus are almost the exact same shoes and even better are IN STOCK!! I’m looking forward to these arriving this week!
Culottes, mules, neck scarves and straw purses are four trends that I’m looking forward to wearing this summer.
With an upcoming vacation to my home town, this bathing suit from Simons is perfect for boating and spending days at the lake.
Shop these items below:
Adidas Originals Campus Shoes – ASOS | Still in Edmonton – T-shirt – Online | Allegra Woven Round Crossbody Bag – Sears | Paisley Bandana – Simons | Havana Top and Bottoms – Simons | White Frill Detail Culotte Jumpsuit – ASOS | Mules – Steve Madden – Hudson’s Bay | Colotte Pants – ASOS
What trends are you loving this summer!?
The University of Alberta Botanic Gardens (formerly the Devonian Botanic Gardens) had a delayed start this year with our late Edmonton spring. We visited on their second weekend for our 1 year anniversary day date. While everything was not yet in full bloom, it was such a lovely place to visit. As you stroll down the pathways and through the gardens it’s beautiful and kind of … tranquil! ** There is some construction happening right now so make sure to plan around when they are working!*** It’s absolutely a plant lovers paradise and a fun date activity to do in Edmonton.
The humidity in the Tropical plant and butterfly show house was a huge highlight on a slightly chilly day. While I am irrationally terrified of butterflies, they are really pretty! The U of A Botanic Gardens is a must see once the flowers are all in full bloom. Look out for date night activities at the gardens or just spend a quiet afternoon there. I can’t wait to go back this summer.
1. Desk Chair | 2. Desk Chair | 3. Marble vinyl adhesive | 4. Ikea – Micke Desk | 5. Ikea – Alex Desk | 6. Montclair Executive Writing Desk | 7. Ikea – Linnmon/Finnvard Desk | 8. Glass Sphere Terranium |9. Antique Brass and Marble Task Lamp |10. Harvest Leaf Table Lamp | 11. Brass Wall planter
As any Girl Boss, blogger or small business owner that works from home knows, it’s sometimes hard separating home life from work. In running a small business with my husband, my downfall is constantly choosing my dining room table as my designated workspace. The result = papers everywhere!!
Whether you’re an entrepreneur working from home, or just need a quiet corner to create and plan, here are some home offices that have inspired me, and hopefully you, to create a chic work space of your own!
Wedding planning can be stressful… but it doesn’t have to be! With my 1 year wedding anniversary being this week, I’ve been reflecting on my wedding and the wedding planning experience. Here are 7 tips that I wish I knew when I started wedding planning. Knowing these tips in advance would have saved me hours of time and stress!
One accessory trend that I’ve noticed is everywhere this year is tassels! Whether they’re beaded, metallic or suede, tassel earrings are a great statement with any outfit.
I wanted to share how I made these super easy suede tassel earrings. No crafting experience necessary!
- Soft suede cording lace
- 2 fishhook earwire hooks
- 2 leather cord end caps
- needle nose pliers
Happy Tuesday! The weather here has been less than ideal the past couple of weeks. It has snowed the last two weekends, which has put a serious damper on spring outfits. The cold weather has felt more like fall, so naturally my mind goes to plaid as a Canadian cold weather staple.
If you’re a girl who loves clothes and shoes and has built up a considerable wardrobe there’s no doubt at some point you’ve run into the issue of not enough space for storage! When I fell in love with my little 1940’s bungalow, I had to come to terms with the fact that a standard walk in closet was not in the cards for me. If this sounds familiar to you, and you’re longing for a bigger closet, why not get creative and use a spare bedroom to create a dream walk in closet!
Is it just me… or has black and grey been declared the official colours of winter? Every year at the beginning of winter I say that i’m going to add colour to my winter wardrobe, and by the end of January somehow my closet is dominated by black coats and grey sweaters. Sound familiar?
The La Boca Neighborhood – or more particularly “El Caminito” street at first glance looks like a wonderful tourist neighborhood where you can find bright colourful houses, tango, museums and art. It is listed as a must see in Buenos Aires. It is an interesting area to visit, and I found that knowing its history can make your visit a lot more meaningful. We were fortunate to have had a quick history lesson on the area, from the management team at our hotel, prior to going. Here’s what we learned…