Francesca Liberatore and my “Little White Dress”

The third and final NYFW post has finally arrived: Francesca Liberatore, my little white dress, and partying with Lulu’s.

I attended Francesca Liberatore at the NYFW stomping grounds, and found the looks to be feminine and airy. The dress shown below was my favorite, but I must confess, I have lots of favorites. This balloon sleeved dress was made in my dreams. She reminds me of a writer’s muse in Shakespearean times.

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Judith Poe

If you’re like me your jewelry box/drawer is overflowing. Yesterday, I decided to seriously organize the pieces I love to wear so they are easy to find and grab! One piece that’s at the front of my mind, and jewelry box now, that I’ve been wearing with everything is a beautiful dainty gold Harlow necklace by Judith Poe. I wear it with silver, with gold, with high necks, with low necks, layered, and by itself.

Heels

I was asked by quite a few people where I got these heels. So here’s the link, and yes, they were only $27.99

Swish Open Toe Chunky Heels

xx

Venessa

Necessary Clothing


I’m not sure if the people over at Necessary Clothing were thinking about this when they named the company, but lately I picked up two rompers from them, and they are necessary to my life. So over all, I’m really happy with the continuity of their brand 😉

Mother’s Day

Motherhood is one of those things that you cannot prepare for. It’s hard beyond anything I’ve ever experienced, messy, and sometimes very thankless. As a mom I deal with an ongoing amount of guilt that I’m not doing things right, or not doing enough. I worry, every second of my day.. are they hungry, are they cold, did they watch too much tv, did I give them enough vegetables, was I too hard on them, was I too easy on them, are they safe, are their hearts full?

Recently Shane Co. invited me to be  apart of their Mother’s Day campaign along side of two other AMAZING Mamas: @Avestyles, and @cardiganempire . I was over joyed to be a part of such a fun and sparkly project. What I didn’t realize is how this campaign would invite me to reflect on my experience with motherhood.

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