Good Morning! Can you believe this week is almost over. I feel like it was just yesterday that I was saying that and now it is a week later. Those of you who have been following me know that these past two months have been crazy busy for me. I don’t think I ever told you why, but I was promoted and opened a retail store and my life has been extremely hectic. I love my new job and the people I get to be around everyday. God has truly blessed me and I feel so lucky. Unfortunately, my life hasn’t slowed down, which in many ways I love, and then others times I have big black circles under my eyes and I look a mess, because I am so tired! I am feeling good today, yesterday was pretty mellow and I was able to get up a run this morning, which always helps my day!
As for today, I am excited, because tonight I get to spend time with my nieces. There is a Fall Festival my mom and I are taking the girls to and I am looking forward to spending time with them! I will be sure to post pictures of our Fall Festival Adventure. My niece Tia is going to be a cat and Sienna is going to be a lady bug, they will be so adorable, I can’t wait to share our pics.
I am also excited to share with you some pics of an outfit I wore last week. I was so excited to wear my grandma’s sweater and mix vintage with new pieces! But I didn’t only mix the old with new, I also did some color blocking. These colors, bright green and Barbie pink, look so good together, don’t you think? I lot of times we think bright colors are only for summer, but this Fall you are going to be seeing more bright colors. Who doesn’t love a pop of pink or green? I love my Barbie Pink Kate Spade bag and I thought pairing it with my grandmas vintage bright green sweater was perfect and an extremely fun combo! Did you see my earrings? These were my moms and I remember seeing them in her jewelry box when I was a little girl, 80′s jewelry is so back, so dig through your mom’s old stuff, I am sure you will find some winners!
Have a wonderful Thursday!
Jeans: Paris Blues
Earrings: My mom’s from the 80′s