I've been in a weird space lately. I'm not exactly sure why, but I think it's partly because of the inevitable end to summer. This time of year always makes me itch for change. I want to revamp our home decor, switch out my closet, and just simply start fresh in all aspects. This year, more so than past years for some reason, I'm also eagerly in the market for a makeover. More specifically, in the hair department. I seem to go through a similar cycle every year - I work hard to grow my hair . . .
As I'm sure you can figure out from any of the outfits that I share on the blog, I don't wear anything too revealing. My whole philosophy is that I know what I have, and I don't feel the need to show it off to anybody that is willing to look. However, it's a whole different story when it comes to open-back details. . . .
When we first moved into our house, pretty much the first order of renovation business was to switch out all the 90s-style light fixtures. There were boob lights everywhere (I know you know what type of fixture I'm talking about), and everything was a beautiful shade of brass (not). I had to do a lot of research as we started to pick out lights because with 8 to 9' ceilings, you're typically limited to flush mount and semi-flush mount fixtures. Lighting can be ridiculously expensive, but like . . .
Hello friends, and happy Friday! How IS everybody? Are you soaking up every last bit of summer that's left? I was under the weather for a majority of the week, so I'm in catch up mode. Thankfully, the temperatures and humidity have been through the roof, so at least I haven't missed out on ample outdoor time. There's nothing worse than being down for the count in the summer! . . .
I love when there is something in particular that you guys request or want to see more of. I received a lot of inquiries about my hair after this post and this post, so I made it a point this weekend to photograph a hair tutorial! My double french braid messy bun hair tutorial is an easy, everyday go-to hairstyle that works particularly well in the summer heat. . . .