I recently shared with you guys how I used to be so insecure about my legs (here). My legs are one of my favorite assets. Being that my arms and stomach are off the table, that’s pretty much all I have left. I’ve always been a fan of short suits. They’re functional and unexpected.
This post is sponsored by Vaseline. Thoughts and opinions are my own.
Summer 17′ is officially in full swing. If you’ve been hiding those gambs all winter, it’s time to bring them out. There was a time in my life when I hated summer because I was so insecure about showing my legs. My tomboy legs were crooked (bow) and full of scars. All the other little girls had pretty smooth legs. By the time I reached high school, I finally embraced my legs. Now they’re my favorite body part. I wanted to share with you how Vaseline along with a few simple tips, keep my legs looking radiant all summer long.
I bet yall thought I was done rocking my African print items. No, ma’am! If you follow me on Snapchat you’ve probably seen this dress a time or two already. Meet the official dress of Summer 17! I picked up this dress during the African Print Love event in May. I seriously want to wear it everywhere.
In fashion, there shouldn’t be any rules. However, there were I few rules I went by. One of them was no wearing white after Labor Day and before Memorial Day. I still shy away from wearing white after Labor Day. I think the problem for me is finding the right kind of white. You won’t catch me rocking a linen suit in November but I will rock a mean winter white dress. Now that Memorial Day is behind us, the all white parties are in full swing! If I get an invite, this is what I’m wearing.
Happy June! Peyton’s out of school and summer break has officially kicked off. Our summer calendar is already filling up with events, picnics and play dates. I’ve shared several beautiful pieces HERE but as moms, we still need cute kid friendly casual outfits on deck. I never thought I would be saying this but my new fashion jam is Bermuda shorts and this versatile dress.