A year or two ago, my friend, Megan, made me business cards. Well not real business cards, dating cards. They featured a goofy, yet cute picture, contact information, and most importantly a list of my attributes. The funniest, yet most truth – SCARF ENTHUSIAST. Cold weather is back, and so is my enthusiasm!
Over Labor Day Weekend, the May clan had the honor of traveling to Ketchum, Idaho to witness the wedding of a childhood friend. Mitch was best man, but although the rest of us took our ranch wedding fashion just as seriously. We had to find outfits to complement the natural landscape, and obviously have our own mini photo shoot while the Bridal Party was doing the same. Below are our favorites and breakdowns of where you can find or replicate our outfits.
We moved to St. Louis in February of this year, and although I caught the tail-end of winter I find myself completely unprepared, wardrobe-wise. I spent the entirety of those early weeks decked in Under Armour, over-sized college-era fleeces and snow boots, which hardly seems office-appropriate.
So, I'm welcoming the season by expanding the seasonal wardrobe.
One of my favorite pieces of jewelry is my spoon ring. Not because they're now trendy and popular -- I've had mine for over a year- but because each one is unique, with its own history from a different antique spoon. Mine even had a little "M" already imprinted on it!
Better than the fact that it's a one-of-a-kind, handmade piece, the story of acquiring the spoon is even funnier.
It is an ongoing joke that, in the event of unexpected downpour, my hair is unthreatened because it looks basically the same in all elements.
I have extremely curly hair that ventures on Raggedy Ann territory, especially now that I've chopped it short. On a good day, it is as carefree and buoyant as my personality. On a bad day, people assume (sometimes correctly but sometimes not!) that I'm going through some personal issues.
I have never straightened it. I did not own a blow dryer until I was 27. All this, I believe, makes me an expert on curly coiffure. Below, the products, processes and tools I would take with me to the apocalypse.
Every spring brings new life -- to your yard, yes, but why not your wardrobe?This year, I’ve decided to be a bit more adventurous and stock my closet with 5 new items to wear this spring and summer.Here are my must-haves for May.Follow the links for purchase info.