Face masks are the one accessory that is taking precedence over everything else. I rarely pop in to the news because I'm trying to avoid the cycle of despair but not too long ago I saw a headline that if we all wore face masks we could eliminate covid-19 in 4-6 weeks. That's the glimmer of hope I . . .
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It's so hot at home and the pools aren't open so here we are at the beach. We wanted to be near water where we could cool off and socially distance at the same time. I suspect a lot of us will find ourselves driving to the beach this summer. Plus being near the ocean is therapeutic for the mind and . . .
I'm in Hilton Head this week on a summer coronation to the beach. It's not a trip we had planned to take but after three months at home the seasons were starting to roll into each other. A change of scenery was just what we needed to differentiate summer from the school year! : : High-Waisted . . .
Summertime is finally here! Most of us will be having a casual summer and probably not too many occasions to get dressed up. That doesn't mean your everyday outfits don't need a little bling. A simple way to up the ante on a tank top and shorts is with some simple layered necklaces. Little gold . . .
Somedayyy (I hope soon) we will be let out of our houses and feel safe to go back into restaurants, bars, and wherever else we like. When that day happens I will break out of my athleisure and into my spring clothes that, for now, hang forlornly in my closet collecting dust. When the day does come . . .
We'd spend everyday in our yoga pants if we could. Our athleisure clothing is heralded for its comfort, breathability, and moisture-wicking properties. They tuck in the belly and keep the booty high and tight. What's not to love? Until last year I hadn't thought twice about where the polyester, . . .