Lulus Festival Season

This post was sponsored by Lulus // All opinions are my own.

 

‘Tis the season of festivals. There’s something in the air that makes me want to hightail it out of town and dance my heart out to live music, maybe it’s the spring weather, but this year it’s not just about the physical destination as much as my mental destination. What? I sound crazy? We’re all crazy. Maybe Lulus festival season isn’t just about the big concerts and bucket list experiences, maybe it’s about a little spring cleaning of the soul and letting your true self shine outward. Thanks to Lulus.com I explored just that and brought to you my favorite moments with personal style. You can find my looks and more at Lulus Festival Shop.

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 ūüėČ

JollyChic

Lately, I guess you can say I’m a bit of a romper hoarder. I love how simple it is to wear them and how they swing from a night time affair to hanging out with the kids. I am the first to admit that I love having less to coordinate with one simple clothing item. Jollychic is a cute international online shopping destination where I¬†found some great summer pieces for my closet.

Vida Moulin

For a long time I have felt that Phoenix is playing catch up to bigger cities like Chicago and NY. I feel this sprawling desert is romantic in its own ways, but a bit behind in what it has to offer when it comes to fashion and diversity. I love to shop and I love to eat, and finding new places with charm and individuality is a very important part of my life. It sounds weird, but charm and individuality are what help me taste the small beautiful moments in life. This being said, Vida Moulin fits in the charming and very individualistic category.

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