Do I ever make a grand entrance with this circus themed dress from eShakti? I’ve talked about eShakti in the past and made mention of how much I love them. If you’re looking for novelty prints that you can customize, look no further. I promise you, this post is unsponsored and purely paid for by my enthusiasm.
Last Friday was my 30th birthday and I had every intention of making this post on that day. Forgive my poor time management (I’m only really apologizing to myself here), things got too hectic to make this post.
The day before I turned 20, I bawled my teenage eyes out. I couldn’t imagine being a grown up, or what being a twenty-year old would feel like. Little did I know how much I’d miss that transition. Now that I’m officially no longer a twenty-something year old, I wanted to take a look back on what life was like for me.
In my 30 years on planet earth, I’ve learned a thing or two. Lessons have been thrown my way that I never anticipated, while others often repeated themselves until I learned the cause (lets face it, I’m still going through this). Wholeheartedly, I miss my twenties but I’m suddenly realizing that maybe my thirties is where it all begins. This is a big, scary transition for me and I’d like to have document that, even if this only serves me.
Happy Tuesday, my dears! I don’t know about all of you, but I’m sort of a weird transitional phase in my life right now. I just turned 30 last week (august 18th) and it has me itching for change. Change of scenery, weather, I don’t know. I just know I’ve been feeling more and more inspired to get on with the “growing” process in my life. As per usual, my style is starting to reflect my emotional state. My aesthetic is growing up with me and I’m not fighting the change. Even though I’ll always have a soft spot for the sweeter things in life, I’m learning to appreciate the more mature aspects of it too.
Hi loves, I have some pretty exciting news for all of you. This fall, I will be attending StyleCon as an influencer! If you’re unfamiliar with StyleCon, here’s a bit of info:
“StyleCon brings together a community of fashion and beauty lovers, digital influencers, and style and tastemakers with brands to engage, discuss, follow and influence.
Top stylists and makeup artists will showcase their talents with complimentary pamper stations including hair, makeup, lashes, and nails.
The Beauty of Empowerment is this year’s theme on the StyleStage with keynote speakers, blogger panels, and style and fashion presentations.
Network with like-minded individuals while listening to inspirational entrepreneurs in the style business.
Dallas info: Sep 23rd from 9am – 5pm at the Fashion Industry Gallery.
Orange County info: Nov 4th from 9am – 5pm at the Hanger at the OC Fair & Event centre .”
The best part? You can come and join me for a full day of style, beauty, motivational keynote speakers, blogger panels, complimentary pamper services (hair, makeup, brows, lashes, nails) and giveaways! Since I love you all so much, I have a 20% off discount code to use towards your ticket. Use code “beaufresh20” at checkout. Buy your tickets here
Please, please do let me know if you intend to come. I’d love to meet AS many of you as possible and maybe have a little meet & greet!
I’m still a little new to the maxi trend. I’ve never felt super compelled to wear something that covers so much of my best assets (my legs and thighs) but over time, I’ve realized that maxi skirts offer much more then meets the eye. Thanks for Society+, I’ve learned that this stunning maxi skirt is so much more than a maxi skirt. It can be a dress, a skirt, a mini skirt and more! If you’d like to see Society+’s little guide to styling your maxi, click here!
You might have seen this eShakti dress awhile back, styled very similarly but still quite different. Its always been my intention to show fashion in a very realistic way, and that means repeating but slightly altering the look. In this case, I merely swapped out the shoes and added fake freckles. Even though I was quite fond of the other way I styled this look, I think I enjoy this version much more.