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Guys: over the last year, I’ve grown to love activewear.
Before my knee injury, I signed on to a personal training program, and I loved it. Whenever I was in town, I tried to fit in as many sessions as possible, and it was a great way to destress and feel stronger. Not to mention, I was pretty pleased with my muscle gains.
Thank you to Marshalls for partnering with me on today’s post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
One of the reasons why I love cold weather? It gives me the opportunity to bust out some of my favorite over the knee boots and fall fashion!
Typically, when I browse around department stores, a pair of grey over the knee boots will cost somewhere between $150-200. It’s not the most practical decision for my bank account to stock up on this trend, so I end up buying only one pair per season.
Fast forward to 2017: I was invited to a dinner by one of the chicest bloggers I know in D.C. Seriously, the girl owns an event planning company! This is the first time I will ever dress up for the occasion, and I’m pretty stoked about that!
I wanted to give some Thanksgiving outfit inspiration today, and show you two different outfit ideas to wear on Turkey Day!
I have a confession to make: I put up my tree yesterday. I never used to be one of those people who put up their Holiday home decor before Thanksgiving, but blogging kind of changed me. I have to start working on holiday content in October, and I’m getting my house prepped for a long day of holiday shoots this week, so here I am. All holiday-d out before Thanksgiving even hits.
It’s no big deal for me: I love the holidays, and it really is my favorite time of year. Honestly, I’ll take any excuse to extend the season a bit with my Holiday home decor, because it comes and goes so fast every single year! Whether you like to decorate before Thanksgiving or a week before Christmas, now is the time to start thinking about your holiday home decor. Since my apartment already has gold accents, I’m personally decking out my place in gold and white holiday decor. However, you really can’t go wrong any way you decorate!
Some of my favorites from this holiday home decor list? I buy this candle from Thymes every single year. It smells exactly like a Christmas tree! Growing up, I always had a real tree in my house. Now that I live in an apartment, it’s a little too difficult for me to haul an actual tree into my space, so I like to burn the Fraiser Fur candle so that I still get the smell of a real tree.
This isn’t pictured, but since I don’t have a mantle, I’m thinking about scooping up this garland to put on my TV Stand. I’ll be revealing photos of my holiday space on the blog soon, can’t wait to share with you all how everything turns out!