I’m so excited to be guest posting on the lovely Chic ‘n Cheap Living today! I’m talking all things spring, so head on over and read the post RIGHT NOW…you know you want to! Hint: Polo shirts are involved! xoxo
Lately, I have really been getting in the mood for all things spring and would love to share some of my simple spring beauty must -haves. As a fellow disabled blogger, I love your message (especially your pieces on relationships and disabilities) and enjoyed our last effort! Using Polyvore, I have made a composite of some of my spring must-haves! The items range in price from $6 to $59, so everything is fairly affordable!
*Women’s denim belted shirt dress, $28
*Bright yellow Jonathan Adler for TOMS women’s classics, $59
*ALDO Seligman clutch, $25
*Women’s cateye sunglasses, $14
*Pacifica color quench mineral lip tint, $6
–By Kimmie from That Girl In The Wheelchair
Speaking of spring, I was so inspired by our Spring Must-Have series a few weeks ago that I thought it would be fun to share a few of my personal picks this afternoon. There’s something so magical about spring, isn’t there? So much promise in the warm and sunny months to come! Here are eight spring-y items on my must-have list…
*Straw hat, $16.95
*Essie’s Mint Candy Apple, $8.50
*Anchor ring for beach daydreams, $30
*A polo shirt ($19.99) and a pastel dress ($33.87)
*Easter candy so you can feel like a kid again — I’ve been devouring Whoppers Robin Eggs like it’s my job lately
*Maybelline’s Baby Lips for a pop of color, $2.69
*Flowers to brighten up those rainy spring days, $38.66
What do you think, friends? Anything you’d add to my list? What do you love about this time of year? xoxo
[Top photo via We Heart It]
No, it’s not because today is April Fool’s Day — though that prank I pulled a few years back was pretty genius, wasn’t it? Today is…
…wait for it…
The start of Polo Shirt Season!!! Despite a gusty wind blowing outside, I couldn’t let this most official of official holidays go by without sharing my sheer happiness, so I had Janelle snap a few fun photos this morning. This yellow polo is one of my favorites, and, as Janelle, it “really pops since your name means honey bee.” I’m not sure if I should take that as a compliment or not.
Either way, I’m SO excited about polo season this year…and of course, shopping for a few new colorful shirts! xoxo
Undoubtedly, spring is the prettiest time of the year — everything around you is fresh and green. The flowers are blooming, and the temperature is just right. This is the perfect time to flaunt light, airy fabric with beautiful and delicate details. It is the time of the year to pull out the flats, cross body bag and floral print skirts and tops. If you are planning to do your spring shopping in a day or two, here are the top four spring fashion trends for 2014…
No spring shopping list is complete without pastels. This season, take a break from typical Easter pastel shades and pick the icy pastels. Pick the pastels that have a little sheen such as dusty pink or minty green.
Black and white
This spring black and white is the in-thing. Pick skirts or sheaths in black and white and pair it with good accessories. Try 6PM for some nice black and white collections. When shopping, don’t forget to use the discount codes and coupons to save big bucks. One place to look for latest coupons is Frugaa.
Hues of pink
This spring, pops of pinks will surely rule the fashion world. If you don’t love lots of pink, it is best to buy a dress that has some pink patterns. Or glam up a simple black-and-white dress with a sleek pink belt.
This spring, you will find most girls decked out in different hues of metallic. This doesn’t mean that you will spot women wearing gold jumpsuits, but definitely jumpsuits with metallic patterns. Or you can try metallic skirt with a neutral-colored top.
These four must-have 2014 spring fashion trends will give you a newer look and will earn you lot of appreciation in your circle. Have fun, and enjoy the season!
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[Top photo via We Heart It]