Pinstripe Off The Shoulder Dress

Happy Friday Y’all! The last two weeks have been pretty crazy. But I am back with fresh content and outfit ideas. 😉 My latest obsession is this soft and feminine pinstripe fabric; the best thing is that there are so many styles to choose from, dresses, blouses, rompers, you name it. I found this cute dress and couldn’t leave it behind; I mean look at the sleeves. I paired it with my super comfy wedges, a neutral clutch and minimal jewelry – which you can shop right from this post. So, keep scrolling to find similar options.

Pinstripe Print

Pinstripe Print

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Feliz viernes gente linda. Pues les cuento que estas dos semanas han sido un poco locas. Pero estoy de regreso con contenido nuevo y mas outfits para inspirarles. 😉 ¿Que les parece este vestido? Esta tela de lineas me parece tan femenina y lo mejor es que se esta usando en muchos estilos de ropa, entre blusas, vestidos y mas. Es mi obsesión mas reciente. Pensé que se vería bien con estas sandalias, que por lo cómodas que son, están en super repeat. O sea que no he parado de usarla, jaja. También use mi bolso que va  todo po su color neutral. Y prendas de una de mis tiendas favoritas de Etsy; los links para comprar las piezas está arriba.

Pinstripe Print

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Pinstripe Print

Saludos,

Thirty Minus One

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Road Trip Getaway to Savannah

Savannah! Knowing that I lived in Georgia for a few years before, you probably expect me to say that I have visited Savannah several times. Truth is, that we had to move away for me to become interested in visiting. For whatever reason, we always traveled South, to Florida. On this last trip to Georgia, I decided that Savannah was a MUST! And I’m glad that we did it.

Day 1 –  We arrived and checked in at Hotel Indigo on Bay Street. The staff was welcoming and resourceful. The room was clean, modern and had a great view. After deciding what our night would look like, we went downstairs to Five Oaks Taproom for drinks and walked over to River St. for dinner at Chart House. We then walked around town a bit and called it a night – it’s age catching up with us. Just kidding! It’s really just parenthood. 🙂

Day 2 – We had made plans to check out the East Coast waters. 😉 So, we headed to Tybee Island for lunch and decided to try StingRay’s Seafood – the photo doesn’t do it justice; it was great! The staff was friendly, the food tasty and the beers cold. Great environment out on the patio. I recommend this place if you’re in the area – it is also very affordable but you do have to pay for metered parking.

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After our meal, we spent the day at the beach in Tybee Island. We headed back to the hotel to get some rest before heading back out to experience Savannah’s night life. We walked around while deciding where to grab a bite and even though it was raining, lots of people were out and about too.

After dinner, we stopped at Wet Willies – River Street for frozen drinks. We took those to go and went to City Market, where we asked the locals about the best bars and night clubs. We ended up spending most of the night at Tree House Savannah – the atmosphere and music were great. 😉

Day 3 – This was our last day in Savannah – bittersweet – glad to be going back to see the girls but sad that our vacation had come to an end. Before leaving we stopped for lunch at Dubb’s Pub. Then, stopped at Below Zero – recommended by a blogger friend. Glad that I was able to visit, I love ice cream – and rolled ice cream was a cool experience.

Well, there you have it. A summary of our Savannah getaway. If you plan to head east, make sure to jot Savannah as an option. It’s a beautiful little city. Plus, now you have a few places to check out. 😉

Saludos,

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Friday Favorite: Simply Earth’s Essential Oils

You’ve probably heard a lot about essential oils and have become curious –  I know I have! I mean, I know people who swear by them and all the benefits these provide; from better sleep to being more alert.

Since I wanted to personally find out what these oils were about, when a fellow blogger introduced me to Simply Earth; I took advantage of the opportunity to partner with them. Especially, because I liked what this company offers.

Simply Earth, gives back! And this is a big deal for me when trying new products. A total of 13% of their profits helps to stop human traffic.

So, what is Simply Earth? It’s an oil recipe box that works on a subscription system – monthly and quarterly. It includes 4 Essential Oils shipped for free to you. If you’re a complete beginner, like me – you may be able to receive a free diffuser when you start your subscription.

Essential Oils

My box included four essential oils, almond oil, two rollers, two inhalers with circle labels, glass beads and burlap sack, and six recipes.

Essential Oils

The recipes, were a huge help. Again, I am somewhat of a newbie at this, so having a guide was a great feature that this subscription box offers. Also, having all the necessary items to make each recipe was very helpful.

Essential Oils

Because my August box is a Back to School box, the recipes are about staying focused and awake. My personal favorite is the Backpack Refresher! It calls for Grapefruit, Almond Oil, Glass Beads, and a mini Burlap Sack. Once you follow the easy instructions, you simply toss it in your little’s backpack and that’s it. 😉

Plus, the fact that it’s tested for purity, free of pesticides and has zero additives puts me at ease. As a mom, I don’t want anything in our home that can be harmful to us.

Essential Oils

Essential Oils

I am very impressed with Simply Earth, they’ve made my initial essential oils experience a great one. Go check them out and see for yourself. They site is loaded with useful resources, like a free ebook with recipes, so that you get the most out of each oil box.

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Five Ways to Add Personality to your Apartment – without Breaking the Bank

Getting a new apartment is an exciting time. I remember the very first time I got my first apartment without my family or roommates. It was so exciting! All throughout college, I had lived with roommates and for the most part didn’t do much decorating because it was a shared space. So when I was getting my first apartment alone, I couldn’t wait to start planning how I would make it my own.

That being said I was also a new college grad with limited funds. I knew I wanted to add my personality to the place but I also knew that I needed to do so on a budget. Here are five smart ways to add personality to your new apartment without breaking the bank.

Make Your Own Art

I didn’t initially plan to make my art. I went to a few places, like Ross and Marshalls, to look for art. Store after store I just couldn’t find anything I wanted to look at every day. I went to a local discount arts and crafts store to see what they had in stock.

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Overwhelmed by Color Swatches?

A guide to picking paint colors for your home

By Christine H.

Wall color is something that rarely stands out to us. In fact, sometimes that’s the point. However, it can have a major effect on the psychological impact of a room. According to the color scheme and how it’s handled, a room can feel cheap or posh, dramatic or cozy.

The color of your walls (and floor and ceiling) can either bring the whole room together, or throw the whole room off. It can affect how the room holds light, or how strained your eyes feel, and how good your furniture looks. It can make a room feel set apart from the rest of the house or seamlessly integrated into a progression from room to room.

If you get anxious about picking out colors for a room, here are some tips, from the experts, that can help you get started:

Making a Plan

To start out with you need to plan more than the wall colors themselves. Designing a room that’s thoughtful and coordinated-looking will include considering everything from the carpet on the floor to the color of the ceiling, including all furniture, curtains, decorations, wall hangings, and fabrics. So, it’s a good idea to have an overall plan first. For you, that process might consist of taking stock of what you have, creating a vision board, or finding your perfect statement piece. This article has some great tips for getting started on envisioning your dream home’s interior.

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Nothing says Summer like a Palm Tree Print Romper

Happy Hump Day Y’all! I’m sharing this cute little palm tree romper with you since it’s perfect for summer.

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I have found some similar options too and linked them below for you to check out and shop. The sandals in this look, I recently got at JCPenney. Let me tell you that I hardly ever shop there, but I’m glad to have found these. They go with everything and have quickly become a favorite. My clutch is also a cross-body from Kate Spade, another accessory that is on repeat because of it’s versatility. 😉 Last but not least, the watch is a Fossil and the earrings from a favorite Etsy Shop, Buddha Blossom Jewels.

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