Did you know where the term care package came from? CARE.org created the original care package in 1945 with rations from World War II to help those in Europe devastated by it. Since then, CARE has grown to become a leading humanitarian organization fighting global poverty. CARE places special focus…View Post
Winter fashion featured on Alison Gary, Editor in Chief of Wardrobe Oxygen. For reference, Alison is 5’3″ and usually wears an XL, 14/16, or 14W.
When you match the decor, you just HAVE to take some photos! Karl and I checked out Burton’s Grill & Bar, a restaurant chain along the Eastern Seaboard. With locations from Massachusetts to North Carolina, this is the first one in Maryland. Not only does it have beautiful decor that…View Post
Going through the pictures on my phone, I realize there’s a lot of recent looks I’ve worn that haven’t made the blog. Some of my outfits from the past few weeks: Boilersuit: ASOS Curve (14) | Wing Patches (on back): Etsy | Earrings: Jenny Bird | Bracelet: Had forever (budget-friendly…View Post
I love striped shirts. I think that’s clear if you scroll through my outfit posts, my capsule wardrobes, and my sale picks. I think striped shirts are classic, work with so many personal styles, and are way more fun than a solid. I’m not ashamed to admit I had an…View Post
I’ve been blogging for 13 years (gasp!) and for most of this time I’ve been recommending Talbots. At age 29 and a size 10, age 42 and a size 16, and everything in between, I’ve relied on Talbots to offer quality, consistent sizing, and modern classic style that transcends each…View Post
I love supporting women-owned businesses and local businesses so when Ruth Barzel reached out offering a giveaway of some pieces from her jewelry line I couldn’t resist. Ruth Barzel is a Northern Virginia-based jewelry designer who crafts pieces that are unique, but so very wearable. Fashioned with semiprecious stones, pearls,…View Post
Once I was interviewed by a venture capitalist looking to invest in a company I’ve parntered with on the blog. He wanted to know an honest, unbiased view of the brand and to hear from a long-time customer. I admitted I loved the company, but wish they would switch up…View Post