Ladies, it’s time to get real on here. I know I’m not the only woman in the world who absolutely hates bra shopping. It’s uncomfortable, time-consuming, and always ends up being a disappointment. Everywhere I go, I get measured and strangely end up with a different size. (Seriously?!) By the time it’s all over, I’m let down with my choices, and what I thought felt fine in the fitting room ends up being a literal pain after wearing it all day. So what’s a girl to do? Luckily, I was approached by the sweethearts behind True&Co and challenged to give their bras a try. Read on for my results!
Imagine if you could order the items you wanted in multiple sizes, not pay a dime, and only get charged if you decide to keep them? No, I’m not talking about a subscription box. I’m talking about you shopping on your favorite online retail sites, picking out things you love (not some stylist who has never even met you!), trying everything on at home, keeping what you love, and returning what you don’t. And only getting charged for what you keep! Friends, say hello to Try.com - your new shopping bff.
Sean and I drove out to Mt. Charleston to catch the sun just before it was starting to set behind the mountains. I found these beautiful yellow flowers to pick, and then we started creating magic. It wasn’t until later that I realized how much this dress made me look like a boho bride. OH WELL. Who doesn’t want to relive their wedding day in the mountains?
Just wanted to share my favorites (which were so hard to narrow down) from this dreamy shoot with all of you! Hope you enjoy!
Most weekends we’re slammed with work, but this past one we just hung out at home. And I’m not complaining one bit. It was nice to just lounge around, listening to records, and spending quality time together. Wanted to share these snapshots Sean caught with you all. Click below for full outfit details!
Last weekend, Sean and I were able to cross another location off of our travel list: Joshua Tree. We spent two quiet days tucked away in the desert, and focused on enjoying each other while creating beautiful content. In this post, I’m sharing the two essential pieces I packed for our quick getaway. Click below to read more!
Sean and I woke up early to play tourist on the Las Vegas Strip. It's honestly one of my favorite things to do on a lazy day and the earlier you get out there, the better your chances of getting epic shots without a bunch of people standing in your way. We made it out to this beautiful spot overlooking the New York, New York casino. The lighting was just perfect and it was completely dead out there! I really wanted the opportunity to show off this gorgeous Free People dress (the Collette Mini) that I picked up at Nordstrom Rack (my second home). Click below to read more!
As I’ve mentioned before, being a Las Vegas native is my pride and joy. Throughout the years, I’ve seen so much in this city change, but some of spots remain constant. Sean and I actually enjoy spending our weekends seeking out fun locations to shoot at, and I’ve decided to start documenting these spots in a series. So here’s the first stop on our “Hidden Gems” tour! Click below to read more!
I have been getting a lot of messages from you ladies asking me for some photo advice, so I decided to write a post sharing some of my tips and tricks for taking better Instagram photos! Click below to read more!
Before starting a blog, I spent a lot of time following other bloggers. Whenever they’d post a photo, I remember thinking how easy it looked. Just wear something cute, stand in front of something and have your picture taken. Perfect every time, right? WRONG. Sure, it’s easy to find something cute to wear. But finding a good spot? A nice backdrop? Something that ISN’T your garage door? It can get real tricky, real fast. Click below to read more!