The waistband detail on these pants is amazing. When I first saw these I almost didn’t pick them up because I assumed they wouldn’t suit my shape (I have never had the flattest tummy so I am always looking for ways to disguise it). You wouldn’t think the extra bulk around the waist would be flattering but it is. The asymmetric waistband is really high and the extra fabric on the waistband helps hide any extra little ‘bits’. The over-sized sweater helps with that too.
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The other day I was inspired by my daughter’s hair bow. One of the many bows that I keep trying to clip into her hair, only to have them ripped out seconds later. Its a battle. Sure they look cute and all but her hair is really starting to get unruly.
Anyways, her loss is my gain. Check out my new rings. I started with the bigger black bow but then made a few more smaller ones. Below is a brief tutorial on how to make one yourself. Its really pretty simple.
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Yep, more Zara. This jacket is so versatile and to prove it I am showing you 3 completely different looks – starring this jacket. Unfortunately this jacket is sold out but I found a similar one from TopShop (only $85). Actually, I think I like the TopShop one more than this, c’est la vie.
SHOP ♥ Similar Jacket from TopShop ♥
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If you have kids, you likely know this is a Wiggles reference. We watch Wiggles almost every day with Ruby, so I couldn’t help myself.
I am going to show you three ways to be “bow”tiful – aka accessorize with a simple ribbon. It’s a really simple way to make an item in your closet feel fresh again.
ONE: Use a ribbon to tie a small bow around a blouse. Here I am wearing a collarless blouse but it looks great on a collared blouse too. I like to use a long ribbon so the ends flow pretty long. You can also try it with a more narrow ribbon for a more understated look.
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