I love jackets, scarfs, hats, gloves and just about anything winter clothes related. So when it comes to picking out adorable winter looks for my girls, I have way too much fun! Contrary to popular belief, Phoenix can still get chilly in the winter. Subzero? No. Teens to 30’s? You betchya. For this reason, I need to get my girls ready for the change in season. For my little ones, I love bundling them up in the marshmallow-like puffer jackets with a coordinating hat. There is nothing cuter in my mind than a BUNDLED marshmallow running around!
I am always looking for a way to successfully transition my seasonal looks into my already steady wardrobe. I love to find ways to mix and match my previously owned clothing with new trendy pieces. One item that I love mixing around with each season are my graphic tees. I have a couple staple tees that I adore and with a few minor tweaks and accessories, I can transition my summer look into a fall look, all while still wearing my graphic tees on the regular.
Here are a few of my favorite graphic tee looks mixed in with my fall favorites…
One thing I have learned about fashion is that it is easy to make a statement… with the help of one simple accessory. A great necklace is my go-to statement piece for every look. Whether you are dressing up a graphic tee, adding a pop of color or a little sparkle, you can take your look from day to night with a blingy accessory.
Here are three different ways to add a statement necklace to your go-to look!
…And just like that, school is back in session. My 4 year old started Pre-K and you know what that means, this is her last year before Kindgeraten and then she is in school FOREVER! Okay, so I am being a little dramatic, but my little girl only has one more year before all-day school begins. I am so thankful for Preschool because it is only 3 half days a week. It is just enough time to give this mama a break, and allow my daughter the opportunity to continue growing her independence and socializing and educational skills that I can’t provide her at home. BUT… I also love that we still get plenty of time together to continue enjoying our mother/daughter relationship. Preschool is a great thing and I am so excited for her and the new year ahead! #proudmommymoment 🙂