October 26, 2016

Neutral Fall Tablescape

Hi guys! I have some news I'm excited to share with you today! I'm honored and thrilled to have been selected to be a part of the A Blissful Nest Holiday Dream Team. What that means is I'll be doing three guest blog posts over there on holiday decorating ideas during the upcoming holiday season. And tomorrow is the first one! I'm so excited for you all to see the neutral tablescape I did for fall. This is just a sneak peek - but you can see the full post, along with all the sources, tomorrow, Thursday October 27th. I hope you'll pop over and visit!

Hope to see you there!


Also, I'm sharing at Savvy Southern Style and Cedar Hill Farmhouse this week!

October 21, 2016

Friday Favorites - Heeled Loafers

I have an absolute crush on heeled loafers. It's one of those things where I saw them on Pinterest and on a few fashion blogs, and now I've become obsessed. They are so classic and chic - I'm so glad they've reappeared after being gone for awhile. I actually have an old brown suede pair that I adore. I bought them on sale, at a time when their popularity was waning, and because they have a heel and I had small kids and was living in yoga pants (!) back then, I never really wore them. But now that they are back, boy am I glad I kept them! They're timeless (I'm going to remind myself of that when they go "out" again so I don't make the mistake of getting rid of them) and oh-so-perfect for fall! I love all loafers, actually, the prepster in me can't get enough. But for some reason, the heeled ones are really speaking to me right now. Probably because they go so well with the cropped and frayed jeans that are so in (you can read my take on that trend here). So grab a coffee, get comfortable, and get ready to fall in love!

I mean, is this not the cutest casual outfit ever?! And there they are with those frayed, cropped jeans!

Another great outfit for a day out. And black is such a basic color to have them in.

October 18, 2016

Halloween Tablescape in Black and Silver

Usually I only decorate for Halloween outside. Well, until last year, that is. It all started when I purchased the cutest Halloween plates on sale (yay!) from Williams Sonoma. I fell in love with them, and used them in last year's tablescape. And because that was so fun, and also because I wanted to use them again, I decided to do another one this year. I did want to mix it up a little though, so even though I used the same plates, I tried to use different items everywhere else. And I didn't want it to be too scary - we don't really do scary here. This is what I came up with......

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