Photos by: Kaela Rodehorst Photography

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Jewelry: c/o Kendra Scott & Loren Hope | Jewelry Dish

Good Morning Readers, how amazing are these lucite jewelry organizers and trays by Glamboxes and White Elephant Designs? Judging from the giveaway entries on Instagram I already know how much you love the new Kendra Scott Glamrocks collection, but how do you plan on organizing your new jewels? I like to keep mine on clear displays so I can see all of my options while getting ready. Check out my other jewelry organizers and displays here–>Accessory Organization 101 & As Glam As Organizing Gets!

P.S. Don’t forget that today is the last day to enter the Tommy Bahama Beach Essentials Giveaway! Just follow @TBahama on Instagram & hashtag #SummerofGo #TommyBahama & #HOTR in your summer adventure photos on insta! (Please set your profile to public so that we may see your photo entries!)



Enter to WIN a gorgeous vintage necklace by Vintage Green Jewelry!

To Enter: Follow @VintageGreenJewelry on Instagram & pin any one of these images to Pinterest and hasgtag #OldisthenewNEW!

Please comment with your NAME and EMAIL so that we may easily contact you if you are to win!

Just follow the steps on the Rafflecopter below to enter & Good Luck! Also, make sure to do the extra entries for a better chance of winning.

a Rafflecopter giveaway








Photos by: Kaela Rodehorst Photography

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Outfit: Yellow Top c/o Haus 131 | Sold Denim c/o Posh Boutique | Kelsi Dagger Goya Bootie (similar) | Striped Floppy Hat | Olivia Shopper in Saddle c/o Gigi New York

Jewelry: Bracelets c/o Loren Hope | Vintage Gold Leaf Necklace c/o Vintage Green Jewelry 

Good Morning readers, today we’re going out with new and in with the old! Yes, you read that right because I am referring to this gorgeous Victorian Book Chain circa 1890 with a Deco Dress Clip circa 1920s! I don’t know about you, but if I could have lived in a different era, I would most definitely choose the roaring 1920s. Just think, if we were living in the 1920s right now we’d all be decked out in feathers, jewels, flappers and ruby red lips without a care in the world! Sigh… Since, we can’t travel back in time, I found the next best thing, Vintage Green Jewelry!  I mean, how stunning is this vintage gold leaf necklace! If you put it on an close your eyes, you just might hear Jazz music playing, glasses clinking and heels tapping.  Sounds magical, right?

Do you remember when I styled it with matching separates here–> On Wednesdays, We Wear Pink.  Even though the necklace looks like it should be worn with cocktail attire, I love the way it looks paired with a casual outfit for an unexpected twist. How would you style this necklace?

About the designer: “Thanks to her grandmother, Edith Anne Hunt fell in love with vintage jewelry at a young age.
Born and raised in Atlanta, Edith Anne also inherited the ‘jewelry gene’ from watching her mother design, produce, and manage her own jewelry business. In 2009, the Auburn University grad started Vintage Green out of a desire to give life to old, one-of-a-kind pieces from her grandmother’s collection.
The name ‘Vintage Green’ symbolizes Edith Anne’s passion for vintage in a repurposed fresh contemporary style. Though the jewelry line is always evolving, Edith Anne remains committed to using vintage and antique pieces such as, deco brass chain, antique buckles, and vintage brooches in her unique designs.
Ultimately, Edith Anne designs for the everyday white tee-shirt and jean kind of woman. Her vision is to make the ordinary extraordinary through her one-of-a-kind pieces.”
Made by hand and with love in Atlanta 

Make sure to enter to win one of Edith’s gorgeous vintage necklaces on today’s post!


















Photos by: Kaela Rodehorst Photography

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Desk Accessories: Endless Summer Nights Notepad c/o Minnie & Emma | Embossed Notebook  & Personalized Jotter c/o Gigi New York | Kate Spade 2015 Planner | Kate Spade Small Polkadot Notepad | Kate Spade Striped Notepad | Kate Spade Pencils | Acrylic Stapler | Acrylic Tape Dispenser | Kate Spade Occasion Notecards | Crescent City Print c/o The Elizabeth Chronicles | Mug c/o Shop Dandy Now | Monogrammed Pencil Cup c/o White Elephant Designs (similar) | Loren Hope Hera Necklace | Acrylic Clutch Divider c/o Glamboxes | Desk Lamp, White Leather Chair & Organizer all from Home Goods

Good Morning readers, I hope you all had a great weekend! I just returned from a much needed weekend getaway at the beach.  I feel so much more refreshed and ready to get back to work! Speaking of getting back to work, what do you think of my new and improved work space? My friend and I made this desk together with two sets of cubicles and a hallow door that we painted light aqua. Then we prettied everything up with some colorful desk accessories. I remember when I was little I would always have a bunch of random Lisa Frank notebooks, folders and highlighters out on my desk and my teachers would always make me put them away. They told me it was distracting me from my school work. I beg to differ though. I think pretty things in your work space can be inspiring!  I was kind of one of those problem students though. I should probably be embarrassed to tell you this, but my desk was always positioned right next to the teacher’s desk or up in the front of the classroom so she could always keep her on me.  Apparently, my excessive talking and highlighting was a distraction to the other students! lol

P.S. In case you’re wondering what the other half of my office/closet looks like…. Just kidding! It was only messy like this because I pulled everything out for a photo shoot. It’s usually much more organized than this!


Photo below from my relaxing mini beach vacation!





Photos by: Kaela Rodehorst Photography

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Outfit: Finders Keepers Romper

Jewelry: Hera Necklace c/o Candy Apple | Bracelets c/o Loren Hope

Good Morning readers and Happy Friday!  This Finders Keepers Rise and Fall playsuit is one my favorite new rompers.  However, this isn’t the kind of romper that I would just run around town in like the other rompers in this week’s blog posts. This one is a little more unique with it’s structured boned bodice and fancy peplum detail!  I’m saving this one for a special occasion!

P.S. Don’t forget to enter the Kendra Scott Skylen ring Giveaway on @HauteOffTheRack‘s Instagram!  All you have to do to enter is sign up with LiketoKnowit.com & like the photo below on my Instagram! Just make sure to comment “done” beneath the Instagram photo once your officially registered with LiketoKnowit!


Have you ever thought about how much easier it would be if you could just shop my Instagram posts just by clicking the photo instead of having to ask me where the item is from and waiting on the reply and then having to search the item online? Well, now you can with @Liketkit! LiketoKnowit allows you to easily shop my Instagram posts conveniently from your phone. Once you’ve submitted your email to LiketoKnowit.com, all you have to do is “like” my photos on Instagram that say #liketkit at the end of the caption and all of the items in the photo will be sent directly to your inbox!

**If you prefer not to get the emails immediately, you can change your email preference to daily or even weekly! Easy enough right! I definitely still want you to visit my blog, but in the case that you need to know where a “sneak peek” item is from right away, LiketoKnowit will get the link to you with the click of a button! Below is what the email will look like in your inbox and all you have to do is click the product links below the photo to shop.  Just like how you “shop the post” on my blog!  Happy Shopping!