I absolutely adore leather jackets! For me leather jackets are so versatile that they go with anything and everything and you can usually rock one in every season. But let’s face it, a really great leather jacket can be really expensive! It took me months to finally break down and buy mine and this week I am sharing my guide for making that investment.
It’s light sweater weather here in Michigan and as much as I am not ready for Fall I can’t seem to get warm lately. I’ve been bundling in sweaters and even socks! (And I HATE socks!) Despite being cold I like to surround myself with happy, warm colors. I’ve always loved pink and navy together! Add in a monogram and I am one happy girl.
Fall hit us hard in Michigan on September 1st. I woke up to crisp air, leaves on the ground, 50 degree temperature and a craving for a pumpkin spice latte. Personally, I wasn’t ready. I’m still not ready to give up my flip flops so this week I am sharing my top two favorite transition pieces into fall. (FYI: I am NEVER ready to give up my flip flops!)
It’s the time of year again where I battle with my love for Christmas and at the same time try not to overlook Thanksgiving. I’m trying to stop myself from breaking out the tree and all of my favorite Christmas decorations. (Plus my army of Nutcrackers!) Not to mention I keep finding myself going into the kitchen to start baking Christmas cookies! This week I want to share with you my need to just stop and be thankful for all aspects of my life during this month of Thanksgiving.
As soon as Fall hits in Michigan the air suddenly turns crisp and all I’m craving are apples. Apple cider, apple pie and caramel apples. One of my favorite things about my Birthday Season is picking apples. This year I went to the family owned and operated Country Mill in Charlotte, Michigan.
It’s finally Fall Y’all! Now that my favorite season (and Birthday Season) has finally arrived not to mention the outpour of Pumpkin Spice Latte’s I thought I would share with you tailgating Katie’s way. Let the football season begin!