What’s New Wednesday: Denim

What’s New Wednesday: Denim

Denim, denim, who’s got the denim? We do!  I just listed nine pairs of vintage high-waisted jeans in various brands, colors and sizes.

I love turning these jeans into cut-off shorts but I figured I’d list them as-is so that the buyer can put their own spin on them.

These burnt orange Wranglers are my favorites and I really might have to keep them to myself. 😉

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The First Ever “What’s New Wednesday”

The First Ever “What’s New Wednesday”

Now that I’ve moved all of my stuff into a studio/office space I can finally work on putting new stuff up regularly!  **STOKED**.  The site currently only has women’s clothing, purses and shoes but I will be expanding to include vintage and handmade goods and men’s clothing! I honestly could not be more excited.

Each Wednesday (unless something comes up) I will post a “What’s New Wednesday” to the blog to show you what’s been listed for the week.  So without further adieu…here goes week one!

Vintage floral and polka dot overalls: $78
More Details: Here

Vintage Oscar de la Renta for Swirl Jacket/Shirt Dress: $86
More details: Here

Vintage MuuMuu Maxi Dress: $100
More Details: Here

Vintage Black Floral and Butterfly Ichi Ban Kimono: $60
More Details: Here

Vintage Tweed Style Colorful High Waist Skirt: $46
More Details: Here

Vintage Coverall Jumpsuit (Unisex): $62
More Details: Here

Vintage Pajama Gown Tunic Dress: $36
More Details: Here

That’s it for now!  Further shopping details can be found at the link provided above each photo.  If you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact me!


What’s in my Carry-On

What’s in my Carry-On

Not only have I been traveling my entire life, I’m also a licensed flight attendant.  Over the years I’ve mastered the art of packing my carry-on bag.  A full-size is a different story…but as long as I’m under 50lbs I’m good, right? RIGHT?!

Take a peak at the list of what I pack below. (Pssst: I have a link to a printable packing list at the bottom…)

      (PS…this bag is on clearance at Target! Find it here!)

Boarding Passes: I like to print mine just so I have backup because, ya never know
Flight Info


Kindle Fire: pre loaded with a couple of book options
Headphones: pack a splitter if you’re traveling with someone! Makes sharing to watch a show or movie much more enjoyable
Charging stick: because an open outlet can be impossible to find
Chargers for all electronics: be sure you pack any lithium ion batteries in your carry-on because there’s a chance they can catch fire if under the plane

Tinted Moisturizer
Hand Sanitizer: the things you touch in the airport are grosssssss
Emery Board: not the sharp metal ones…just the little drugstore cheapies
Hair Brush/A few hair ties: my hair is INSANE with all the static so this always comes in handy
A couple of bandaids: in case of blisters or small cuts
A few safety pins:  these suckers come in handy in so many ways

Cozy socks: I HATE cold feet and flight attendants can’t change the temperature of the plane so if it’s freezing then that’s most likely how it will be for the duration of the flight.
Shawl or small blanket: just a head’s up…if the blanket a flight attendant hands you isn’t wrapped in plastic it’s been used repeatedly by countless people…ew.

Protein Bar
Water bottle: empty, of course, but I fill it up after security

Longer flights:
Adult coloring book/colored pencils
Travel pillow

Depending on where I’m going I’ll throw in a bathing suit or a change of clothes just in case (and heaven forbid!) my luggage gets lost en route to my destination.

Of course these are just my carry-on absolute must-haves.  I know people that pack more than I do and even some that pack less–which I don’t understand how that’s even possible but good for them!  Click here for a printable carry-on packing list.

What are your travel must-haves?


Where is Summer? Throwback Thursdeeeee

Where is Summer? Throwback Thursdeeeee

First of all, where is summer?!  Seriously, WHERE IS IT?! Since it’s only January and we have FOREVER to go until those balmy months, today’s outfit post/DIY shirt is a throwback to warmer weather because I’m ready to start dreaming up festival outfits and sweating my buns off outside.  Anywho…

I had been seeing these vintage deep V tshirts EVERYWHERE except in a store where I could actually buy one.  I had seriously been looking for more than a year and then just decided to make myself one.  I found this ridiculous “cave art” tshirt at a thrift store and DIYd the shit out of it.  I ended up loving it so much that I wore it to a Tame Impala show at Red Rocks.





Shirt: Vintage and DIY by me
Boots & Sunnies: Forever 21

**these pictures were taken on a different day than the show…I was too busy pre-gaming in the parking lot….oops.

I may have made this last summer but I’m totally going to wear it and more like it alllll summer.  My question is…should I make some of these one-of-a-kind pieces for the shop?  Let me know!


7 Steps to Accomplish Your Goals This Year

7 Steps to Accomplish Your Goals This Year

It’s the third week of January, how’s that New Year’s Resolutions list holding up?  Still going strong?  Or like most, have they fallen to the wayside?  Don’t fret, you aren’t alone!  Unfortunately, each year many of us make New Year Resolutions and more often than not, we fail at them after only a few weeks.  It’s not over though, it’s STILL a new year and you have 348 days until 2018.  Let’s start over!

What can we do to ensure success instead of failure?

According to Psychology Today, “Timothy Pychyl, a professor of psychology at Carleton University in Canada, says that resolutions are a form of “cultural procrastination,” an effort to reinvent oneself. People make resolutions as a way of motivating themselves, he says. Pychyl argues that people aren’t ready to change their habits, particularly bad habits, and that accounts for the high failure rate. Another reason, says Dr. Avya Sharma of the Canadian Obesity Network, is that people set unrealistic goals and expectations in their resolutions.”

Does this sound like you? Ok, well let’s figure out a way to change that!

Knowing this information we can better prepare ourselves for the rest of the year.  Here are seven ways to help make those resolutions stick:

  1. Make them GOALS, not resolutions.  The definition of a resolution is “a firm decision to do or not to do something” whereas the definition of a goal is “the object of a person’s ambition or effort; an aim or desired result”.  In simpler terms–a goal is basically something you work towards whereas a resolution is telling yourself you are or are not allowed to do something.  Sometimes all it takes is a little mind trick, so change up your thinking!  Instead of saying “In 2017 I’m going to lose weight” say “my goal in 2017 is to lose x amount of pounds”.  Set a specific goal to work TOWARDS not just a new rule you have to follow.
  2. Focus on fewer.  I know I’m guilty of making a huge list for myself each year and I usually fall off the wagon immediately.  So take a look at that list you made and pick the most important ones to you and stick to those.  Once you start working towards and accomplishing your goals you can set new ones to work towards.  Don’t overwhelm yourself in the beginning because this can lead to discouragement.
  3. Be realistic.  This one goes hand in hand with step number 2. It sounds self-explanatory, and it kind of is, but don’t put more on yourself than you can truly handle.  Any goal you have will be a mountain at times and it’s better to try climbing one metaphorical mountain than to bounce around on many.
  4. Find yourself an accountability buddy (or accountabilibuddy as South Park would say).  I know you’ve heard people discuss this type of thing when it comes to weight loss but it can work for so many different types of goals.  For example, when I lived in Tennessee my mom was always my accountability buddy when it came to morning runs whereas my Dad was my accountability buddy for my financials and my boyfriend helps keep me accountable when it comes to working towards my dreams of self-employment.  So find yourself someone you trust to help keep you accountable when the going gets tough.
  5. Figure out ways to motivate yourself.  Watch a motivational video on Youtube each morning during your coffee (or tea!).  Write words of affirmation on your mirror so that you see them when you get ready.  There are tons of motivation lists online…try out different things and see what works for you.  There will be days when you feel down in the dumps and discouraged and these can help pull you through.
  6. Make the attempt to reach your goal a daily HABIT. It is said that all it takes to create a new behavior is 3 to 4 weeks, so commit to your “new habit” or attempt at reaching your goal for 30 days.  Just 30 days and then see where you are.
  7. Remember to love yourself and forgive your mistakes.  I think this is arguably the most important on this list!  It’s so easy to get down on ourselves for slipping up but it doesn’t have to be that way!  We are only human and we are completely imperfect–take a step back, realize the mistake and try, try again.

Go ahead, dust off that list you made a few weeks ago and get back to it!

What are some of your goals for the year and how are you planning on reaching them?  Do you have any suggestions for better ways to keep motivated in 2017?


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