So I may have a bit of an obsession with sunglasses. I have more than 20 pairs sitting at my front entrance way (must find a good way to organize). And they aren’t all new. Some of them are 5+ years old. For me they are like finding the right pair of shoes for an outfit, they really help complete the look. So I like options. Which is why I never spend more than $30 on a pair. In fact usually they are less than $20.
So if you are on the hunt for a new pair of sunnies, or two, here are a few of my favourite pairs with links to shop. I broke the list out into three categories: cat eye, round frame and statement.
Easy button ups are a key piece in every wardrobe. They are great year round, especially for layering, but I really love them for Spring. They are crisp, comfortable and they go with pretty much everything. And nursing friendly of course.
This Spring I have been leaning towards the classic blue and white striped button up. But today’s button ups are far from boring. Whether its embellished, oversized, cropped or off the shoulder, I find myself reaching for my button ups ALL the time.
I have included below a few of my favourite button ups below as well as a few styling tips. I also love looking at Winners for button ups, they typically have a great selection of button ups.
Okay so I am in full on Spring mode – I’ve started my Spring cleaning, Spring clothes have come out of storage and most importantly I have started my Spring shopping. For me, shopping for florals, bright colours and lighter fabrics is my way of keeping those Winter blues at bay for these last few long weeks. And I thought I might as well share. So over the next few weeks I am going to share different spring trends and my top picks for each trend. Many of which will likely be either in my closet already or in the mail.
Week 1: Florals
I mean its Spring, so of course florals are a trend. But this season I am loving the bright colours and large graphic prints. And you really don’t need to wait for Spring to start wearing florals, they totally work layered with your warm winter knits (read more about Winter to Spring transition pieces).