One of the letdowns of the spring season is the inconsistency of the weather. One day it will get up past twenty the next day you can’t even crack ten degrees. I know it won’t be long until it will be consistently hot and I will long for these cooler days. Still it is a shock to the system when you dress for yesterdays weather.
I went out shopping this weekend. Which is something I haven’t done much of lately. It was a bit of a let down to tell the truth. I tried on a few different dresses (this and this) and a tee (this one) but nothing really screamed BUY ME! So I didn’t. Instead I am sticking with what I like. A shirt dress from last summer, my new embellished flats and a great clutch.
Sometimes I see things when they come out and even though I can’t wear them for months to come pick them up anyways. That is the case with this polka dot skirt. There are only a few left in this colour combination.
Sometimes you see things and it makes you think “that is so different from what I have – I have to have it!”. This skirt is one of those for me. The asymmetrical ruffle is somehow girly and edgy and new all at the same time.
After a week with temperatures all over the map I think Spring is ready to start in earnest. Still Spring can mean cool days. I have been noticing other bloggers who I know live in Ontario posting outfits with bare legs. We had snow. Two days ago. Still they must be grinning and bearing it because I have so far not had a day warm enough to pull off the bare leg look. Continue Reading…
Consider this the before shot. I started a 21 day cleanse or challenge diet to reset some bad eating habits and drop some weight. Basically it is heavy on vegetables and proteins. Very low to no carbs and some intermittent fasting. So far it has been ok. I like to eat big salads so that isn’t an issue. Grocery shopping for the week while fasting was hard that is for sure.
Everlane has a few different trench styles. The original style, The Swing Trench, was quite short and not what I was looking for. I wanted something that was more midi length. Longer than what is the typical trench coat length which is above the knee. So when Everlane came out with their Drape Trench Coat I saw exactly what I was looking for. This is my Everlane Drape Trench Coat Review.