A crossbody bag, the perfect accessory for spring.
While I love big handbags, I’m really not one for filling them up.
That’s why this Burberry Berkeley Crossbody Bag is perfect for a girl like me. If I were to be honest, I regularly carry my wallet, lip gloss and my phone. While I may have other stuff in my bag, it’s not stuff I use often.
I can totally see this bag being the perfect size for a concert, the Summer Arts Fair, date night or dinner with my girlfriends.
Pair it with an eyelet sundress or white jeans and a flowy top, and it’s the perfect carry-most!
That’s right, Reeboks “Classics” have returned. And they are bolder than ever as they were crafted exclusively for Nordstrom in collaboration with Alicia Keys.
If you were coming of age in the late 80’s like I was, you will no doubt remember these high-top sneakers worn with extra-scrunchy socks. Sometimes even layered… as if!
You may have been sporting them with your Guess jean skirt (jeans weren’t coolly referred to as “denim” back then.) Or maybe you were still “pegging” your jeans. Whatever. These were the “it” shoes for a time and now they are back!
I just can’t imagine picking my sons up from school in these, shall we say, “retro” kicks.
I’m ready for sandal weather. I want to get my pedi on and show it off with pretty open-toed shoes and sandals.
I also want to wear these Vince Camuto Tezer Tortoise Sandals that I just ordered. You would not believe the deal I got on them. And what’s more? How I actually got them for free – shipping included!
Months back, I ordered a beautiful Burberry watch for my husband. This particular retailer sent me an empty box. There was a little back and forth that went on. To make it up to me, they sent me a $50 gift card via email. Now that’s customer service!
I’ve been holding onto that certificate thinking that I’d try to order something fabulous and a little indulgent. So when I found these fun “dancing with the stars” shoes, which will go with just about anything, I had to spring for them.
Yep, we’re back to dresses… dresses that I can’t wear now, but still dresses.
I am in deep love with this Peter Som dress. At first glance, it looks sort of “matronly.” It reminded me of cleaning out my Great Aunt’s closet, which was full of stylish-for-the-times knit/polyester blend dresses. But close up, this dress is cotton, slightly sheer and features a “rainbow” of blue shades that are some of my faves.
Still not convinced? Check it out here on Rachel McAdams with a creamy, demure coat and cap-toe pumps!