Summer Wardrobe: Splurge vs. Steal

So Summer is here. Did you notice? 
And in anticipation of days by the pool, warm evenings on the patio, and adventures with family, it is time to suit up.

 I wanted to come up with a list of the perfect additions for your closet in price points for everyone. All of it is amazing and in fact, the lower priced items might be my favorite grouping to date. 

So many sites are having huge sales too! I tried to pull as much from them, but you can check out Nordstrom, Shopbop, Net-a-Porter, J. Crew, and Loft for more details. 

So here is to a happy Summer, may we stay sane and stay cute. 

 Now, for a little splurging...

And a lot of Saving...



The Shoe You Will Wear All Summer

Pool slides and Birks are not a new trend, but clearly one with longevity. Mostly because they are so damn comfortable. No ties, no ankle straps, no blisters, just a soft place to put your feet on warm days. Plus, the slide in and go shoe will always reign supreme for busy girls. Bonus that the styles are getting cuter and cuter every single day so you can wear them anywhere. Here are some of the newest lot that would be perfect. 

1. Loeffler Randall $250 / 2. Matt Bernson $170 / 3. Rebecca Minkoff $100 / 4. Vince $195 / 5. Gucci $480 / 6. Jeffrey Campbell $105/ 7. Birkenstock $40 (comes in other colors) / 8. Solodus $99 / 9. Valentino $325 / 10. Treasure & Bond $69 / 11. Moncler $235 / 12. Adidas $45

Slide on, friends. 


Greek Chicken & Quinoa Salad

When coming up with new recipes, the best ones always develop from a place of love and what looks great at the market. On this particular day I was filled with a lot of love and excitement as my beautiful friend, who just had a baby, was going to spend the day at our house. And when eyeing the cheese section this Bulgarian Feta had me at hello. I had tried it before and knew that a fresh Greek salad with it as the star would make the new mama very happy. It is light and creamy, with a very mild taste. If you cannot find it (Heinen's has it for you locals) any feta would be lovely. 
I added Chicken to this recipe, but you could easily leave it out if you are not into it. I use light mayo to thicken the dressing as it saves a few calories instead of all the olive oil. You could just use oil if you would like (I know there are a lot of mayo haters! Although I will never understand it, I respect it). I make the salad in a way that allows for leftovers, just keep the greens to the side. This was the perfect light, but filling lunch that I know will be a staple to make all summer long. And if it gets that sweet baby over to my house often, super bonus points. 

Greek Chicken & Quinoa Salad
Imperfect Polish 2018
serves 2-4 

1/4 cup red wine vinegar
juice of 1 lemon
1 teaspoon dried oregano
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
salt & pepper
1/4 cup light mayo 
3 Tablespoons olive oil 

Whisk all of the ingredients together until well blended. Taste and adjust for seasoning. If too tart, whisk in a little more olive oil. Set aside

(note: measurements are loose, you more or less of what you love)
1 cup cherry or grape tomatoes
1/2 cup diced cucumber 
1/4 cup chopped red onion
7 oz Garbanzo beans, canned, drained and rinsed
2 cooked chicken breasts, diced (rotisserie or leftovers work great)
1 cup quinoa cooked according to box, at room temp or chilled
handful of chopped kalamata olives
Crumbled Feta (Bulgarian if you can find it)
Salad greens of choice

Place all the ingredients, except the greens, cheese, and olives in a big bowl. Drizzle with half of the dressing and taste. Add enough dressing to your liking. Place a pile of greens on each plate and spoon the salad mixture over the greens. Top with some cheese and olives and serve. 




Current Favorites

This last weekend it really did feel like the world was coming alive again.
 Fresh breeze, birds chirping, cold rosé, tired kids after hours outside. 
So good. 
Finding maximum happiness in those moments helps fuel through the rest of the week and appreciate them so much more. Spring, I am feeling you. 
In addition to happiness in moments, there are a few things that are bringing a bit of sunshine as well. 

1. These Le Specs are making me look so much cooler at school pick ups. 
2. If you drink red wine, WineBlock is your new best friend. Simple slather a little on your teeth and lips and never worry about wine mouth again. Bonus that they are giving Imperfect Polish readers 10% off with code IMPO10
3. Currently living in these super flattering high waisted, cropped, kick hem jeans. Get them quick, they sell out. 
4. Target NAILS IT with this tank. I own it in every color and it honestly lays and feels better than my most expensive tees. Great tucked in or not. Buy 1 get 1 50% off this week too! 
5. This sweater blazer comes in so many colors and pulls together any outfit immediately. 
6. Just finished this book and loved it. Set in a posh long island coastal town, you get transported to the life and lies of a wealthy family. 
7. I have single handedly eaten this entire jar of salsa this week. Guys, I am not kidding it is the BEST. They also sell it at Costco. 
8. I am always looking for iPad alternates for the car and beyond. These boogie boards have been a big hit. Great birthday present too for any you have coming up. 
9. Sweaters are still getting a lot of play and this defuzzer is giving them new life. I even used it on some of my knit upholstered furniture. 
10. And if you are looking for a Netflix binge, Retribution was a good one. Set in a gorgeous Scottish setting, two families deal with death, lies, and relationships. 



Finally, Time for Spring Shoes

Now I do not want to be too optimistic, but I am putting my cozy boots away. If I have to bust them out again I may cry, but until then I am going to relish putting pretty shoes again. 
There are so many fun, girly shoe trends this season. 
Lots of bows and knots and plenty of different hues of pink to make us smile. There is something about Spring that really brings out the most femme pieces which is delightful. 
So far I am wearing these and these the most, but here are some other fun pairs that would be perfect through Spring and into Summer. 
Note: Almost every single one of these shoes comes in multiple colors. 

1. These lace up wedge espadrilles are so pretty / 2. A slim slide with just sweet enough bows / 3. I worship this pink mule / 4. The perfect dressier flip flop / 5. Liking sneakers with a little platform  / 6. Block heeled mules are everywhere and so comfy / 7. A bowed skimmer to pull any outfit together / 8. A bow tie ankle strap is so sexy / 9. Apparently these are one of the comfiest sneakers ever made / 10. The transparent trend done just right. These too / 11. Beautiful laser cut details on this espadrille / 12. LOVE these pool slides / 13. A robin's egg blue loafer / 14. Gorgeous heels for night out. Or these / 15. These espadrille wedges would look great with anything / 16. Simple, but chic slides / 17. The perfect on the run slide

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Shopbop Sale

The week is turning up my friends. 
There are 70s in the forecast and a four day Shopbop Sale to help us get out of the late winter blues. 
20-25% your entire order, including sale items. 
Florals and stripes and pastels to put a smile on your face. 
Thank goodness, because the way this week is going I need some pretty little things to do just that. I hope it can brighten your week too. Here are some of my picks. 

1.  A striped jumpsuit  / 2. The perfect mini bag, comes in many colors / 3. These white heels are everything  / 4. The denim cut of Spring.  / 5. Love the print of this floral dress / 6. Stripes and pom dress / 7. A sweet two piece set / 8. Party heels or these  / 9. A breezy jumpsuit / 10. Classic sneakers in a great hue / 11. The perfect Summer dress / 12. Neutral mirrored shades / 13. Chunky gold hoops / 14. A soft sweater with flattering cut outs / 15. A pretty camisole / 16. The prettiest mules / 17. Minimalist heels 

Use code EVENT18 at check out. 
Happy shopping. 


Spring at Home

I can currently hear the ice/snow/rain mix hitting the window as I write this. So while I would love to be writing about floral dresses and pastel sandals, those things seem too far in the distance to get excited about. sigh. 
But I am not one to get pessimistic. 
Springtime will come eventually, and if we can cannot wear all the fun things, we can at least surround ourselves with a few. 
Floral prints, pastels, and greenery can be just as good for your home as they are for your Spring closet. 

1. An unexpected printed pillow for your sofa
2. A pastel buffalo check rug, comes in many sizes
3. A great little sign for an entry or mud room
4. Love the patter on these bistro chairs 
5. A succulent wreath that will last all season
6. A cool planter for a lonely corner  
7. Beautiful floral dinner plates
8. Give me all the scallop bedding please
9. These pink wine glasses are screaming for Rosé
10. A sweet little floral painting 
11. Pretty green tumblers to jazz up dinnertime
12. The cutest chip and dip platter there ever was
13. A live wall herb garden is genius! 
14. I love the soft colors of this Anthro Rug 

Happy Weekend


Spring Break Skincare

Are you headed out soon? Whether to the snow or to the sun, skin always need some extra love when you travel. Mine tends to freak out upon arrival, then never really figures itself out again until well after being home. I will bring my usual regime, plus some other products to help me out. Mostly my travel staples revolves around how to avoid a sun burn/aging myself anymore and faking it in the most natural looking way. So besides my trusty (old lady?) hat and shades, these are what I am packing. 

1. I think I write about this sunscreen powder every year. It is THE BEST face sunscreen you will ever use and so long lasting. I wear it everywhere and it stays on while playing outdoors. 
2. These face pads are great for exfoliating and take you from pale af to bronzed up in a matter of hours. Totally natural looking too. 
3. When you want to wear make up, but do not want to wear sunscreen this setting mist is AMAZING. Just spritz after applying your make up and you are covered. 
4. The perfect balm that smells like vacation. 
5. Not organic or fancy, but this face stick is the best for kids. Stays on forever. 
6. Nothing feel fancier  and more soothing than a face mist
7. I am getting that brown lip line action from the sun now, so this lip screen has become a staple. 
8. I know it is probably filled with terrible things for me, but I never streak with Jergens and think the firming actually works a bit. 
9. The reviews for this Jet Lag Mask are raving. and I love the name of the brand, Summer Fridays. 
10. If you have not tried any Ouai hair products, do it! They smell like heaven and work amazingly. Love this travel kit with dry shampoo, wave spray, and hair/body oil. 
11. I wear this absolutely every day. It soothes, has just a hint of tint, and has real protection. 



Wear Now, Wear Later

 This in between-y season is strange. It is sunny and close enough to spring to start wanting to pull the florals and pastels out. But really it is still pretty cold. At least here it is. 
So if you want to buy something, you want it be fresh for now but last until well into Summer. All of these pieces can be worn in both colder temps now and paired with lighter items later. 
And perfect  for you Spring Breakers. 

1. A pretty white blouse always works and pairs as well with jeans as it does with shorts.  / 2. A leather moto jacket in the prettiest blue for layering / 3. Light joggers in to wear with sweaters now and tanks later / 4. A sweet floral dress to pair with tights now and sandals later / 5. White loafer mules to slide on. Comes in other colors  / 6. High waisted pink jeans to wear with bold brights now and summer whites later / 7. Love these white mules / 8. A scalloped sweater that also comes in pink / 9. A striped blouse you will wear to death / 10. Off the shoulder white to wear with everything / 11. Slides and loafers and sandals in one 

1. A soft chambray dress to wear with boots or sandals / 2. A LBD that will always feel comfy and put together  / 3. A knit shell that looks chic with black pants or jean shorts/ 4. A super soft jumpsuit to wear with a leather jacket now and scrappy sandals later / 5. Pull on pants for work that go with everything / 6. Cute kicks to pair with jeans and dresses / 7. Drawstring chambray pants to wear with sweaters now and tanks later / 8. A cozy striped tee to layer now and pull on for breezy nights later / 9. A great green top that will always feel special / 10. Ruffled off the shoulder to layer under a jacket now / 11. Love these soft suede slide on loafers in coral. Comes in other colors. 



Spring Dresses for Every Invitation

Here comes the sun and dress season. 
Thank goodness. So ready to have some pretty little things that get me excited for an event or just a casual meal sitting outside. 
Here are some perfect Spring dresses and the best part is all of them are under $200 with a bunch even under $100.  

Casual options for showers and Spring bbqs...

1. Obsessed with this sweet striped dress / 2. Time to break out the white and I love the exaggerated sleeve / 3. Poplin stripes with just a bit of skin / 4. A feminine silhouette in a sweet stripe

For the slightly dressier event
1. Strapless bow dress in a pink gingham / 2. LOVE this breezy tie front dress, comes in other colors / 3. I am a sucker for a ballet inspired dress in a comfy fabric 

A fun print and silhouette...
1. A sweet floral print and a little ruffle  / 2. Preppy belted gingham / 3. Statement making ruffled floral / 4. A breezy floral jumpsuit 

And for when it calls for cocktail or more formal...
1. A pretty pink sheath / 2. Muted back and white floral / 3. A sweet off the shoulder / 4. Simple but statement making hot pink 



Best & Worst Dressed: Oscars 2018

Did you watch last night? Honestly I watched the show to see the song from The Greatest Showman sung and it was towards the darn end! I digress... 
So I know the Oscars is supposed to be the big show. The one we all wait for and all the dazzle it brings. But this year felt a bit subdued and pulled back. Plain even? Maybe it was because of the recent political and cultural stances that have been taking place on the carpet. But regardless, I missed seeing some real stand out and risky dresses tonight. Even if it is a miss, at least it happened? There were some really beautiful moments though and not too many misses. Although you can be sure I found them and will be pointing them out. 

First My Top Three: 

J. Law is giving us disco queen and I love it. The dress fits perfectly and she really went for the whole vibe. Margot is STUNNING in this white off the shoulder. The fit and drape is beautiful and I love the hair so much. Nicole rarely misses and this was one of those statement dresses I needed. The color is SO good. Even her pose is perfect for it. The hair bugs, but other than that it is perfect. 

Other Favorites: 
Zendaya is so beautiful in this. I think it has a smidge too much volume. But, the entire look from the hair, jewels, tone of dress, I am in love with it. Allison was looking painfully thin on the last carpet, and she may well be still, but is looking more like the girl we love here. Glam hair and makeup with a beautiful classic gown. Jen went for siren and I love it (see ya Ben!). This is exactly the kind of statement she needed to make. I have never seen her this vamped up and it suites her. 

Gal's look is pretty. There is something about it that I do not love, but cannot even put my finger on. She really cannot do wrong and clearly pulls it off. It was gorgeous on stage. Viola does color so well. To wear this color is risky, but the simple silhouette and fun hair and hoops rounds it all out perfectly. The hem of Saiorse's dress is driving me nuts, but the shade of pink is beautiful on her and the bow is the perfect touch. 

Helen is kind of a snooze, but per usual stunning and I love her hair. Laura also kept it so simple. Which I can appreciate, but she could have done something so much better. Her hair is so pretty. Jane is 80. That is all. 

Metallic can be such a good way to go on the carpet, but these missed the mark for me. 
Molly just had baby number 3 I think, so clearly she is an alien. But I think the chest is not doing her justice. Also, why was she there? Lupita's dress goes too costume for me. If this was just a gold lame in an interesting cut I think it would have been stunning. Sandra's hair kills this look for me. It is so severe. And I wish the neck of this did not go up and was a subtle scoop. So minor because clearly she looks amazing, but would have helped. 

Some other lovelies. 
This gorgeous girl's name eludes me, but this is the perfect shade of blush. Keala was in The Greatest Showman which might be on my top 10 fave movie list now. She was amazing and looks so pretty here! Greta pulls off yellow, which is so hard. This has an orange tone and I love it paired with an unexpected red lip. 

These are two head scratchers, but...
This is the dress that Rita wore 50 years ago when she won an Oscar. Which shows that if you wear the right dress it becomes a classic. She rocks. And I KNOW that you will think this on Audrey should be on the absolute bottom, but you guys, I kind of like it! lol The sleeves are a bit much, but it is interesting and she went for it. You think I am insane, right? 

Ok, so my worst dressed of the night...
Selma's dress was clearly a couture gown, but it needed to be reigned in. There is too much and those ruffles on the bottom cheapen it. Whoa there Lindsey. This is like a futuristic saloon girl who wants to punch someone int he face. She should have stayed to her sportiness and showed off that all american girl style she is known for. While I like Emma's suit, it is NOT DRESSY ENOUGH. There is probably a way to do a tuxedo on Oscar night and it could be amazing. This is not it. 

Leslie's is not that bad. Just came off cheesy to me and I did not like the fit of the front. She is the coolest still though. Taraji's dress is just all wrong with too much going on. The draping, mesh and long sleeves with the slit is not a good combo. Oh and Maya. Also a favorite who never gets it right and this blows my mind. I think it is actually a jumpsuit? But it just looks like a bag. With some tailoring this maybe could have been ok???

The worst were not even that bad, right? 
What did you think???


Spring Break Fever

We are deep in the season where you talk about the weather a lot and it is a bummer. So though this post is all about getting out of town, I do try to enjoy my own even in this dirty snow/maybe raining/but always cold time of year. 

Like enjoying that the sun is actually shining past 5pm. 
And magic hour is a thing even in the winter. 
Or jumping in a puddle with one of the kids to make their day. 
And cozy sweaters by fires somewhere with friends. 
Mostly I am complaining, but every so often we make the best of it.

And when I am in the get me out of here head space, I start looking for fun new pieces to enjoy in the warm sun. Hence this heavenly packing list that would be perfect anywhere a pool and cold drinks is involved. And for those of you that live in the desert or by the beach year round, something for your every day closet, you lucky girl. 

1. Love this Ulla Johnson dress for day or night
2. A one piece - two piece hybrid I am digging. This one too
3. A minimalist leather sandal is always so chic
4. A high quality stripe shirt to half tuck into #5
5. The high waisted boyfriend denim shorts that anyone can wear
6. The combo of blue mirrored lenses and tortoise is so good on these glasses
7. DYING over this wide leg jumpsuit. This one too
8. A leopard shirt cover up is unexpected and I like it
9. Valentino slides you can wear every day everywhere. These are great too. 
10. A silk t shirt dress that easily dresses up or down
11. Classic white sneakers that go good with dresses too
12. This ruffle top and hipster bottom are so cute. Also comes in a one piece
13. A chambray baby doll that is easy to eat cheeseburgers in
14. A super sweet yellow gingham dress
15. Pink shades that are just pink enough
16. A ruffled low block heel because who wants to wear high heels on vacay? 



Currently Coveting: For The Home

Spring fever has started, which for a Midwestern is rough. At least two months of cold weather to go, and counting. For those of you in warmer climates, I want to be you. 
With Spring Fever comes the urge to purge, one of my all time favorite hobbies (you wouldn't know it if you saw my kids rooms, but I swear it is true). And the biggest bonus of emptying clutter is seeing the spaces you are in more clearly and what might be added. 
Smartly, of course. 
After the clean out is done, add a few items to enhance your space. And of course make you happy, most importantly. 
Here is what is on my current wish list. 
1. This pretty mirror would bring some whimsy to the dining room. 2. Always on the hunt for a good runner, loving this one 
3. A modern print would add a great mix to usual antique wall art  4. Worship these ceramic canisters for pretty open shelf storage  
5. Mary could use these pink velvet drapes in her room. Other colors and great price  
6. An abstract painting that would bring some color into a space  
7. Blooming magnolia branches before the real thing starts. Silk is also an option, really 
8. Our family room couch needs a refresh. Thinking these bloom and print pillows would be a good mix  
9. A large white washed platter for my coffee table to hold remote/candle/candy 
10. An extra set of silverware in brass is so fun. These are on super sale 
11. Our kitchen has no clock, its weird. This wood one would bring some warmth 
12. I have a few of these classic French glasses and they are perfect for little hands. and big clumsy ones too.  
13. Having a few favorite photos in black and white  placed in these rose gold frames would be SO pretty  
14. A marble butter keeper to feel fancy for under $20



Take the Time

Last night I decided to be selfish. Well, not really selfish, but have my own moment. A moment that was just about me. About relaxing my tired legs, abandoning my brain full of checklists, and refreshing my dull skin. 

While the kids were on iPads before dinner time, a common occurrence each night, I poured myself a bath and a glass of wine. I sprinkled the hot water with bath salt and painted on a charcoal mask. Then I climbed in and watched the RHOBH. I checked out. For thirty straight minutes, uninterrupted (thank you Apple). And it felt like I was doing something so incredibly decadent. Which is hilarious, right? But to leave so many other things left undone and just do what felt like what exactly was needed for me right then was a treat. Normally I would have been doing a combo of cooking, returning emails/texts, folding laundry, and general tidying up. 

But to leave all that  undone, unanswered, and waiting was a departure for me. 

It is tough since the modern woman is everything to everyone. Which is important and lovely and inspiring. But what we might all lack the most is fulfilling no role at all for a moment a day/week/month. Where you are doing a singular good for yourself and not anything else or for anyone else.  

Relaxing is tough knowing that there are emails that need to be answered, grocery lists to be made, laundry to be folded, new business to be won, and of course, the needs of the children. I have no complaints in doing any of these tasks, in fact I live for some of them. But the fact that there is a need to complete so many tasks in order to give me peace of mind is so lame. 

But last night I changed that. And it felt great and slightly powerful. It was not a convenient time for a moment for myself, but when is there ever. 

So my hope in sharing this is that you check in with yourself this weekend at some point. Stop all the life swirling around you and find what you might need. A quiet walk outside, a face mask and an extra long shower, a warm coffee and a magazine, your favorite workout class. Whatever it is, do it alone, do it for yourself, and turn off your phone. 

Happy Weekend. 

ps: In case you are wondering what products I used. This bath salt, and this pore cleaning mask. Then I slathered on my go to and spritzed on this rosewater mist that I am obsessed with. Oh, and I sipped this wine. a favorite. 


What I Wore Last Week

How was your weekend? We were snowed in, so there was a lot of lounging and snuggling. And although you would think that the snow would have kept us in, there was also a lot of fun had with friends and even a concert seeing one of our favorites

While I did of course wear more than three outfits last week, these were the only ones worth sharing. I do repeat a lot and decided you did not need to see my heavy rotation of leggings and activewear again. But I did love these three looks. Easy, comfy, and just dressed up enough for what I was doing. 

From Left: 
I cannot tell you how many times I have worn this chambray shirt and jogger look. They are both crazy soft and feel like pajamas. I also rely on these bow slip ons a lot. Pink is sold out, but white is on sale. She just came out with a mule pair as well. 

I snagged this cashmere t-shirt sweater from my last post and I want three more. So easy to pair with my favorite jeans (worn them so much those rips happened, time for a new pair), a little cross body Valentino, and velvet slippers (similar). 

This sweet sweater was on sale (sold out, but this is similar and so great. I want it in green) and I bought it a size bigger to get a slouchy look. These Rag & Bone booties (now 50% off and more colors on sale) and Hudson skinnies (also on sale) are also on constant repeat this winter. Those jeans pull you in like nothing else I own. I am loving this little bucket in burgundy (comes in 12 colors) and the lip I am wearing is a great layering lip color by Glossier in Crush

Cheers to another week! 


A Mix and Match Winter Capsule for Your Closet

After sharing a week of outfits to you all, I realized that my closet needed some holes filled (I need a pair of these and maybe this). Most importantly, interchangeable pieces that I can wear for a daytime meeting/lunch or a night out. Put together, but not fussy, and items that can be worn practically anywhere. 

When I say night out, I no longer mean a "going out top" and sky high heels. Although I do enjoy that once in awhile. I mean cozy dinners with friends and date nights at our local favorite. Pulled together and interesting, but not trying too hard. 

This is a true capsule where every piece fits together. I know that longevity and worth while investment is important to all of us. So here are 12 tops and 8 bottoms that could be worn with each other. I gravitated towards interesting knits with maybe a hint of skin and silky tops that can be worn loose or tucked depending on your mood. I really love the combinations and with a few of each category there could be many outfits to last well into Spring. 

1. This Sezane sweater can be worn both ways and I love the bow / 2. This poncho is so chic and cozy, perfect to wear as a layering piece / 3. A v neck top with sweet bows in soft silk (other colors) / 4. I live for a silk shell. Shows off shoulders and comes in other colors  / 5. The sleeves of this gray sweater keep it interesting / 6. A nod to pajamas, this silk shirt is SO good / 7. This off the shoulder sweater is a little longer to wear with slim pants or tucked into trousers / 8. And this darling ruffle sweater is sweet as can be / 9. This is a one shoulder sweater and it looks SO great in white / 10. A cashmere crew sweater in a fun print to switch things up (also comes in solid colors) / 11. You can wear this pink silk shirt in so many ways / 12. A cashmere v neck you will wear for years (other colors)

1. Straight leg is the new skinny and this vintage look is classic / 2. An uber flattering tie waist pant to tuck any of the above in (other colors) / 3. These skinny jeans are like wearing spanx and so comfy. love the dark wash to dress it up / 4. These are J. Crew's best selling pant but with a higher waist to pull you in (other colors) / 5. A silky pull on pant that will feel like sweats, but look like suiting (other colors)WANT / 6. I swear a pink track pant goes with anything. so fun! / 7. Another classic cropped jean, but in a darker wash. I really want these / 8. A cropped knit pant that has glowing reviews. They scream cool and comfy. Also in gray 

Thoughts? Any questions on how to pull these things together? 
Narrowing the selection will be hard for me! 



What to get your Sweethearts (and yourself) this Valentine's Day

It is always hilarious and lame when you see the Valentine's Day swag the second the Christmas decor comes down at every store in January. BUT, Winter is even lamer and January is the longest stretch of gray if there ever was one. So I am kind of getting it. February first felt appropriate to bring the love and hearts and all the other sweet stuff. 

Matt and I are not a "let's exchange presents" kind of couple for Valentine's Day. Are you? If we were, this would all be on my list. Luckily for me, a gift to myself for Valentine's is a long standing tradition since my early single days. 

And guys that are reading, get her something! It will never NOT go over well.

I also put together a little list for the kids and a few ideas of the guys if you are feeling extra loving this year. 

1. A soft silk PJ set that screams luxury, but at an amazing price. / 2. A name necklace á la Carrie Bradshaw that I am loving / 3. A cashmere sweater that will blow her mind. This sweet sweater is closer to earth and sweet too.  / 4. A beautiful new leather wallet with her monogram / 5. A cozy blanket because she is always cold  / 6. A set of rose scented products that everyone is talking about. / 7. Watermelon Glow Sleep Mask that I am currently obsessed with / 8. Rose gold sunglasses that are the coolest / 9. Bring home these champagne bears and a bottle of the good stuff / 10. A classic pj set with sweet little hearts. Love this one too / 11. Soft suede moccasins she will live in. 

For the kiddos
1. Love this t-shirt for boys / 2. A killer unicorn piggy bank / 3. Glow in the dark stars for their room is always a winner / 4. Rainbow water bottle / 5. A candy necklace / 6. Red Ray Bans / 7. A waterproof bluetooth speaker for the shower or poolside/ 8. Dying over these baby pink Adidas slides / 9. The best selection of candy from Dylan's Candy Bar / 10. A cute tee for the girls. This is cute too / 11. Sparkly heart necklace / 12. A classic rugby for the boys 

A few ideas for the guys
Clockwise from Top Left: Cocktail Courier will send everything your man needs to make the perfect cocktail / A new iPhone case that hides a few cards and money inside / A great duffel for those weekends away / A red terry sweatshirt because he would be cute in it. 



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