Today I was so happy to get back at being creative and shoot a few outfits with my favorite new super cute but affordable pieces I hauled at RoseGal. I’ve always been fascinated by lace and lace-up tops and when I found this top that combines both, I instantly fell in love. Even though this style is more of a summer top, it works perfectly being layered under an oversized cardigan or a biker leather jacker.
Hello my darlings. As I’m writing this from a hotel cafe in Nashville, Tennessee, the Hurricane Irma is ransacking Florida and our beautiful city of Sarasota. Of course, my heart is in a knot for everybody still there riding this incredible storm out. I never thought I’ll have to witness something as crazy as a hurricane during my lifetime, but I guess life had other plans haha.
Every #BossBabe 🙋and every creative entrepreneur 🔥 out there can probably agree with the fact that nowadays it’s becoming harder and harder to find new friends and build meaningful relationships with the increasingly higher demands over our every second of awake and – especially – FREE time.
I know that I’ve always struggled to find true, honest and supportive friends, so that’s why my circle has always remained quite small. 😊 On the other hand, as a business owner networking is a must, so I found myself constantly being pulled in two directions at the same time. How can I remain focused and driven, but also enjoy myself and have fun while supporting and connecting in a meaningful way with similar minded ladies in my community?
It’s the end of August and while I’m really baffled at how fast this summer flew by, I’m also starting to feel an autumn-y feeling creep up and I’m finding myself reaching more and more often for fall-colored items in my wardrobe. While in other years I’ve been more attracted to shades of brown, earthy beiges, taupes, mustard yellows and zesty orange tones, this year it’s time for olive to make the center stage.
I always loved how the breeze chased petals on the sidewalks in the late summer afternoons, and how the whole city fell in a lazy, self-indulgent, daze…