5 Wedding Planning Tips for Every Bride to Be

Will and I got engaged on April 2. That means we are now eleven weeks into planning our wedding and (WHOA!) it has been a roller coaster ride! I thought I’d share an update on the planning progress I have made so far and share my top five most helpful tips for brides-to-be who are also planning a wedding.

The Update

So far, I have gotten a handful of things locked down. We have a venue for the ceremony and reception. Our venue, the Goodstone Inn, also includes catering so this was sort of a three-in-one decision. This also means we are locked in to get married on April 28, 2018 (eeek! :-)). We have also secured a photographer – Jof Panlaqui, aka Joffoto – and we are super excited to be working with him.

This past weekend I went wedding dress shopping with my mom, and we found a perfect dress! I’m quite excited about it because my dress will incorporate lace from my grandmother’s wedding dress, which was also on my mom’s dress and I’ll get to wear the veil my late grandomother made for my mom. I was named after my grandmother, so it means a lot to me to have her be a part of my wedding day.

In addition to these big things, we have drafted our guest list, chosen our wedding party, made some decisions on the timing/agenda for our big day and have come close to solidifying our band. Outstanding items for us to figure out include a florist, cake/dessert, our send off, specialized signs, our officiant, stationery, our hashtag and the list goes on and on!!

The Tips

  1. Prioritize!  Before you book or buy anything, think about what’s most important to you. A lot of timelines will advise you to book things in a certain order but remember – timelines are guidelines! If something is “the most important thing” for you, then book it first and let that be the foundation for your other plans.
  2. Pick a theme that’s true to you and your fiancé.  You’re planning a BIG day that revolves around the two of you. Avoid creating a false personality for your wedding by thinking about both of your styles at the very beginning and pinpointing an authentic theme. This will help with so many decisions along the way. You may like many different styles, decor and ambiances, but if you’re indecisive think about think about which element matches your identity best. Ideally guests will come to the wedding and think, “Oh! This is so them!”
  3. Brainstorm!  Whether it’s Pinterest or bridal magazines, dive into a resource that will get you thinking creatively. Save anything you like for plans that you still need to solidify. There are great websites too that can help you think about fun personal touches you can add to your wedding. Southern Weddings, which a friend recommended to me (thanks Emily!), has amazing profiles of real weddings. There are tons of great resources out there though, so check them out, find out what you like and maintain a way of organizing your creative brainstorming sessions so that you can easily find the information later on.
  4. Take a break!  I try to have a couple days each week when I “forget” about the wedding planning. This helps prevent burnout and maintains the element of fun. There’s no right or wrong cadence for breaks, but it’s important to have some time away from the wedding plans throughout the process. Some people want to wait on the wedding planning and have a break for a few weeks once they get engaged, while others (like me) want to dive right in,  get a few things solidified and then take a break. Think about what’s most realistic for you and have your fiancé hold you accountable (he/she will probably enjoy distracting you from it!!).
  5. Expect to feel overwhelmed.  At some point (if not several times) you’ll get overwhelmed and that is 100% normal. There’s a learning curve with wedding planning and SO many different things to figure out. Just work through the overwhelming feelings and remember why you’re planning in the first place. This is an exciting time, so have fun and enjoy the crazy ride that is wedding planning!

Before you start any wedding planning, check out these five tips that will help any bride to be get through the beginnings of the wedding planning process.

So, these are the tips I’d share with anyone who recently got engaged or has recently started planning their wedding. Have you planned a wedding? Or have you been part of the planning process with a close friend or family member? I’d love to hear about your personal experiences and if you have additional tips.

Cheers!

Sarah Camille

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10 Unique Father’s Day Gift Ideas

Hi friends!

We are less than one week from Father’s Day! If you still can’t figure out what to get you father or any of the Father-figures in your life, I’m hoping this list will help! The ideas below are for the many different personalities of dads out there. From those who enjoy adventure or love grilling to those who need to relax or are passionate travelers, I think you’ll agree, this list has something for every father out there!

Levtex Pillow, $44

 


L.L. Bean River Swim Shorts, $45

 


Asics Gel-Tech Walker Neo 4, $110

 

Tervis Tumbler, $17

 

Nike Dri-Fit Golf Polo, $40

 

Cathy’s Concepts Monogram BBQ Grill Multi-Tool, $48

Cathy’s Concepts Monogram Tailgate Cooler with Grilling Tools, $75

Williams-Sonoma Stuffed Hamburger Press, $11

Adidas Slide Sandal, $45


Frye Leather Travel Kit, $150

In addition to these gift ideas, experiences are always a fun way to go. For example, concert tickets or surprising your Dad with dinner at his favorite restaurant. For a sentimental dad, think about creating a photo album from a family trip or framing a family photo that can be put in his office. I’ve made similar items for my dad through Shutterfly and they are quite quick and easy to create. At the end of the day, the most important thing is making sure dads know how special and loved they are.

Are you doing anything fun for Father’s Day? Do you already have a gift picked out? I’d love to hear what you’re giving your father this year and what you have planned. I’ll be doing a joint celebration for Father’s Day and my mom’s birthday with my family next week.

Cheers!

Sarah Camille

The Best Product to Set Makeup in the Summer

The Best Beauty Product for Setting Makeup in the Summertime

Summer is here, and while that means lots of time in the sun and hanging outside, it also means… SWEAT happens! I hate being sweaty, and since I’m assuming most of my readers do too, I am sharing the beauty product I use to prevent makeup from melting (or sweating) off my face. 

I’ve shared with you my favorite tinted moisturizer foundation, and this beauty secret is from the same brand – Laura Mercier. It’s their Translucent Loose Setting Powder.

Why it rocks…

This stuff is seriously magic. I have noticed over the years, that it is especially effective in the summertime. While that dewy look can be attractive on your tanned skin, there’s a fine line between dewy and sweaty. Hopefully you do not know this from experience, like I do (ugh)! This powder sets your face and continually absorbs oils, leaving your skin looking matte, even on crazy humid days. I remember getting in the car after walking several blocks in D.C. on a hot, August day. I was in work clothes and I felt sticky all over. But to my surprise, I pulled the visor down and my makeup was exactly where I had put it on my face that morning. And somehow, I didn’t look sweaty. That’s how awesome this stuff is!

How it works…

This soft, silky and smooth product should be applied after your foundation and concealer are on. Laura Mercier has a powder puff you can use for application, but I found that method was messy for me and resulted in too much powder on my face. A little goes a long way! I prefer to use a kabuki brush and push it into the powder. Then, I tap the brush several times until I see a small amount is left on the brush and I gently brush the powder into my face. I also use a smaller brush and apply it to my eyelids to set eye makeup. It’s particularly great at preventing your eye makeup from creasing. I use it year round, especially when I have a fancy night out or event and want to ensure my makeup stays put all night long.

I recommend Laura Mercier’s Translucent Loose Setting Powder for people with combination or oily skin and to anyone who prefers a matte finish on their makeup. This powder will only enhance a matte foundation. And, like I said, if you’re trying to avoid that “makeup falling of your face in the middle of July” you need to consider trying this stuff out.

Have you used this setting powder or something similar? I’d love to hear, what you use during the summer, how much you like it and how you wear it.

Happy Monday & Cheers!

Sarah Camille

Motorcycle Racing: Up, Close & Personal

Motorcycle Racing: Up Close & Personal

Will told me of his passion for motorcycle racing the day I met him. With what I now know as his “serious face,” he shared how he got into motorcycles and what he loved about racing. I sensed some hesitation when he told me about it. I think he was unsure what I would think. In the moment, I didn’t understand what this passion really meant or what it entailed, but I loved seeing this guy I had just met was so dedicated and passionate about a sport that was so very different from his 9 to 5 job.

Fast forward to last weekend. I finally went with Will to a motorsports park to cheer for him and his teammate as they competed in a 4 hour endurance race. While I’ve heard a lot about motorcycle racing and everything that encompasses it in the past couple years (thanks to Will!), I was excited to see all the action in person.

For those of you scratching your head, thinking, “um.. what is she talking about?” I’ll give you an overview of what this motorcycle racing thing entails. The people who race in these events usually buy parts to build their bike just how they like it. Then from April to October racing events are hosted at motorsports parks around the country which you can enter. There are different classes for the races based on the type of bike you have and how heavy it is. First, second and third place also get prize money (whoop whoop!).

The Similarities…

It is quite similar to Nascar, except the motorsports tracks are not a true circle (though I have been known to poke fun at Will for riding around in a “circle” all day :-D!). There are various levels of competitiveness. Some people do it purely for fun and stick to tracks near their home, while others have multiple sponsorships and travel tens of thousands of miles to go to several races each year.

To me, motorcyle racing is a lot like the day long swim events or the regattas I attended when I competitively rowed crew in high school. There is a similar, lengthy time commitment and travel involved that is usually not an element of other sports. Last weekend at the motorsports park, I remembered just how long my regattas were (6am-6pm easily) and traveling to other states to race. There’s also a similar “camping out that takes place” in between your races.

What Surprised Me…

There is a sense of comraderie I felt soon after I arrived at the motorsports park. It kind of felt like you were instantly in a club the minute you passed through the gate. Everyone was so friendly and willing to help out others, even if they could be considered competition. There was also a lot of humor and a lightheartedness that made me feel at ease despite a constant hubub of activity going on around us during the day.

The other surprising factor at the race track was how little people’s lives outside the track were discussed. People could tell you what bike so-and-so raced, how long he’s been racing but not what that person did for a living. Especially coming from the D.C. area, where the first question someone asks you is, “What do you do?” it was refreshing to escape that career-focused mentality and have fun.

Since going to the motorsports park and seeing Will in action, I’m even more impressed by his dedication with this sport. He and his teammate got 3rd place after the bike stalled and Will had to push it back to the starting line (I’m pretty sure I would have just called it a day after that ordeal!).

I also have a better understanding of his love for it. I’m pretty much the opposite in terms of my “need for speed.” I get nervous when I’m going “too fast” on water skis and I’m quite comfortable snowboarding on the novice slopes, averaging about 5mph! While I don’t have the desire to do what Will does and I do worry about his safety when he races, I loved seeing him doing something he loves and being able to give him my support in person.

Do you have a loved one who plays a sport you initially knew nothing about? I’d love to hear your thoughts and your impression of motorcycle racing. Let me know if you have any questions, too.

Cheers!

Sarah Camille

Sixteen Staples for your Summer Wardrobe

As summer un-officially begins this weekend, it’s perfect timing to share with you my summer essentials. These are items I own or am eyeing to buy soon. I love to catch a good sale, and several of these items are already on sale. I suspect more items will go on sale in connection to the holiday weekend. So keep your eye out for some good deals!

The sixteen items below are a mix of current trends we are seeing in the fashion world and classic clothes that will be essential for many summers to come. Take a look and let me know what you think!

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 THE RUN DOWN:

1. BOBEAU RUFFLE HEM GAUZE PONCHO, $60

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2. BOBEAU PEPLUM FLORAL COLD SHOULDER SHIRT, $25 (sale price!)

3. KUT FROM THE KLOTH AMELIA DENIM JACKET, $79

4. BOBEAU PRINTED RUFFLE SLEEVE SHIRT, $22 (sale price!)

COLLINS

5. MAR Y SOL ‘COLLINS’ WOVEN TOTE, $129

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6. TULAROSA HENDERSON MAXI DRESS, $220

7. BANANA REPUBLIC SLEVELESS LACE INSET DRESS, $75 (sale price!)

8. MOSSIMO WOMEN’S GERTIE GLADIATOR SANDALS, $28

9. J.CREW BERRY PRINT PLEAT SKIRT, $98

10. BP. ONE-SHOULDER RUFFLE TOP, $21

11. SOLE SOCIETY PHOENIX SANDAL, $100

12. SOLE SOCIETY ‘KIANNA’ PERFORATED FAUX LEATHER CROSSBODY BAG, $60

13. KUT FROM THE KLOTH MIA TOOTHPICK SKINNY JEANS, $63

14. J.CREW JACKIE SHELL IN LEMON PRINT, $60

15. J.CREW FACTORY 3″ CHINO SHORT, $15 (sale price!)

Main Image - Hudson Nico Ripped Ankle Super Skinny Jeans (Strife)

16. HUDSON NICO RIPPED ANKLE SUPER SKINNY JEANS, $185

You can’t go wrong this summer with floral tops and flowy skirts. Personally, I like to pair an edgier studded sandal with feminine clothes. It creates a unique contrast. Eyelet, off-the-shoulder tops, stripes and embroidery are also major trends for this year.

Do you have similar items in your wardrobe for this summer? Jean jackets and maxi dresses are a couple of my favorite summer staples. I also LOVE Target’s sandal selection for this summer. There are some great options if you haven’t checked it out yet.

Of course there’s one category for your summer wardrobe that’s missing from this list and that is swimwear. I’m working on a roundup for all the things you need for the pool or beah, so stay tuned.

Cheers!

Sarah Camille

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16 Summer Staples for your Summer Wardrobe

Getting that Summer GLOW: Rodan + Fields Sunless Foaming Tan Review

An honest review of Rodan + Fields Essentials Sunless Foaming Tan

Hi friends!

Memorial Day weekend is a couple weeks away, and while it is most importantly a weekend to remember our military who sacrificed their lives, it is also an unofficial kickoff of summer. It’s often this time of year when I put on shorts for the first time and cringe when I see how pale my bare legs look. Cheers to all you out there who don’t care at all how pale you are!!

To take the edge off that cringeworthy moment, I often turn to sunless tanners. I swear, I try at least one new sunless tanning product each summer. I have never been very impressed by the higher end sunless tanning products because I feel they either aren’t worth the lengthy process or that they aren’t a good value for the results I got. My go-to sunless tanning product is often Jergen’s Natural Glow lotion because the color is pretty good and it is affordable ($10). But recently, my friend Emily, who is a consultant for Rodan + Fields, shared with me their Essentials Sunless Foaming Tan ($26) to try. So far, it’s been surprisingly effective as easy to use!

The best things about this product are – the value, easy application and the natural color! I noticed quickly that a little goes a long way. I used four pumps on each leg and two for each arm, and it doesn’t seem like I put a dent in it. I’m sure I could get more applications out of my Rodan + Fields  bottle than my usual Jergen’s lotion. So, the value of this product is really even with Jergen’s lotion. In addition, I applied my legs and arms in less than two minutes. The foamless tanning solution absorbed into my skin quickly and was easily applied evenly.

Then, after waiting the recommended two to four hours for the product to set in, I noticed how lovely the color was. It did not look orange at all. It truly looked like a sun-kissed glow. As a testament, Will was out when I put on the foamless tanner. When he arrived my tan had set in and he thought it looked nice and natural (score!).

My only gripe about this product is that because it is a light, clear, absorbing foam, it is hard to see exactly where you’ve applied. While a lotion takes longer, because it is a more substantial product, you can more easily feel and see where you’ve applied the lotion. So, there is a bit of a trade off for the quick application process.

  • A tip for the first time users: If you’re applying this Sunless Foaming Tan to prepare for an event. Apply it about 24 hours in advance and take a warm shower to gently wash your body. This way any little streaks or blotchy areas will be diminished.

I also really liked how the product faded with time, did not give me orange hands and did not bleed on sheets or towels. Bleeding is a problem I have had with many other tanning products, which can be really annoying. Overall, I am sure I’ll be using my Sunless Foaming Tan over the other comparables in my cabinet throughout this summer. The color and convenience factor really make this stuff standout.

I’d love to know if you have tried Rodan + Field’s Sunless Foaming Tan or any other Rodan + Fields product. This is the first R+F product I have tried, so I’m also curious if you all have any other recommendations from this brand.

If you’d like to know more about R+F’s sunless tanner or shop R+F products, check out Emily’s website for all the details.

Cheers!

Sarah Camille

No-Bake Peanut Butter & Protein Oatmeal Cookies

Last year, I decided to make Will no-bake cookies before this 24-hour running relay race he was doing (it’s called Ragnar if it sounds like your kind of thing). I figured the oats and peanut butter would be good fuel to keep his energy up. Little did I know they’d be a major hit and devoured by everyone on the team.

Will said these cookies were just the ticket before a run when his energy was feeling low. Personally, I think these are most enjoyable when I am cuddled up on the couch wearing sweatpants after a long day. But however you eat them, I’m sure you’ll enjoy them!

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Here are the ingredients you need minus Muscle Milk, which I had already recycled!
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Here’s what the mixture should look like right before you scoop it onto the wax paper
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First batch is on wax paper.​

Ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 Sticks of Butter
  • 3 Cups of Sugar
  • 3/4 Cup of Muscle Milk
  • splash of vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 Cups Smooth Peanut Butter
  • 5 Cups of Quaker Oats

Steps:

  1. In a saucepan, mix butter, sugar and Muscle Milk over medium heat.
  2. Once the mixture reaches a rolling boil, let it sit for two minutes.
  3. After the two minutes is up, remove the saucepan from the heat and mix in peanut butter and vanilla extract.
  4. Next stir, in the oats one cup at a time. When all the oats are mixed in continue stirring as it cools.
  5. Once the mixture has thickened, scoop out spoonfuls on to wax paper and let them sit until they are hard.


This recipe makes about 30 cookies for me, but that can vary depending on how large you like them. I made this recipe after I was inspired with some similar ones online and decided to try it with Muscle Milk for an extra kick of protein. Of course, you can try the recipe with protein powder mixed into milk, if you’re looking for a similar way to get a protein boost.
Do you love no-bake cookies? Have you had or made peanut butter ones like these? I’d love to hear about it in the comments section.

Cheers to the weekend!

Sarah Camille

25 Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for $25 or Less

Mother’s day is 10 days away (hopefully you know that it is May 14th this year!), and if you need help trying to figure out what to get, look no further! I have compiled a list of 25 affordable gift ideas that are a little more unique than your typical flowers, card or framed photo, and will leave your mom feeling like the special woman she is.

While many mom’s love those, I hope these gift ideas inspire you to give a gift that reminds you of your mom. From my experience, those are the gifts that people love most. Look for a gift that suits the personality of the receiver. And hopefully, you also realize that you don’t have to break the bank to give a meaningful gift. It may be cliche, but the thought you put into it truly is what matters most.

Now without further ado, here are my gift ideas!

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  1. sara happ® The Lip Slip® Lip Balm $24
  2. kate spade new york glitter 16-ounce glass water bottle $21 (at 30% off)
  3. Fresh® Sugar Tinted Lip Treatment SPF 15 $24
  4. Voluspa Maison Blanc Pink Citron 2-Wick Candle $16
  5. kate spade new york lemon recipe book $24 (at 30% off)
  6. Wild and Wolf x Ted Baker London Mini Notebook & Pen $22
  7. S’well Milky Way Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle $25
  8. Nadri Small Cubic Zirconia Stud Earrings $25
  9. Nordstrom Makers Chocolate Milk Chocolate Mints $21
  10. Luigi Bormioli ‘Wine Profiles Bold Reds’ Wine Glasses (Set of 2) $25
  11. Recover Pineapple iPhone 6/7 Case $20
  12. Catseye London Beach Hats Cosmetics Case $20
  13. BaubleBar Conch Tassel Drop Earrings $22 (at 40% off)
  14. Capelli of New York Frayed Straw Panama Hat $22
  15. Nadri Kate Pavé Open Ring $22 (at 50% off)
  16. Sole Society Tropical Print Bandana $23
  17. A.J. Morgan Dowager 52mm Sunglasses $24
  18. Cara Floral Twist Head Wrap $25
  19. Mario Badescu Strawberry Face Scrub $15
  20. Urban Decay Ultra Nourishing Lip Gloss $18 (at 10% off)
  21. Laura Mercier ‘Almond Coconut Milk’ Hand Crème $16 (at 10% off)
  22. Voluspa ‘Maison Blanc – Laguna’ Home & Body Mist $19
  23. Adeline Thong Sandals – Taupe – Mossimo Supply Co. $23
  24. Rosanna ‘You Da Mom’ Porcelain Trinket Tray $15
  25. The Created Co. Super Mom Mug, $15

I tried to create a gift guide with a lot of variety, so I hope you found it helpful! But whatever gift you give, don’t forget to communicate how and why you cherish your mother.

I’d love to hear what you have planned for Mother’s Day. If you are a mom, what are you most looking forward to? Share your thoughts in the comments.

Cheers!

Sarah Camille

P.S. Follow me on pinterest and pin this post so you have ideas on hand for your Mom’s birthday! 🙂

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Good Stress & my 30 Minute HIIT Treadmill Workout

Hi friends!

So, life has been a little crazy recently. Since getting engaged, I’ve been moving out of my apartment and into Will’s place. It has been a long, drawn out undertaking – because I have SO many things to move, donate or throw away. While it is nice that I have been able to slowly move things over a few weekends and I have Will helping me, life can feel a little discombobulated when your belongings are split between two locations.

On top of that, we have started searching for wedding venues, work has been busy and I’ve also been studying up on how to take my blog to the next level (woohoo!). Don’t get me wrong. Life is good. I don’t have much to complain about, and I feel fulfilled in so many ways. But, I can’t help but feel stressed that so many things are happening at the same time. It makes me wonder – can we be stressed from good things? And is that ok?

I wanted to share my thoughts to let you know — if you are feeling a little stressed out, even if it’s for all good reasons, you’re not alone! It can be helpful to remind yourself when the stress is coming from positive things that there are wonderful things happening in your life. It is ok to admit to your stress, but I have found that turning my stress into gratitude and reasons to be thankful makes me feel much happier and content with a stressful period in my life. A little stress here and there can also be normal even if it’s from things you are so happy about. The key is checking yourself, accepting the stress, leaning into it and creating some moments of peace or relief throughout the stressful time.

HIIT

I find peace and confidence to work through the stress when I workout. My go-to stress reliever has been running and working out (which I shared with you in February), and it has continued to be a healthy outlet for me recently. A couple months ago, I created my own HIIT (high intensity, interval training) workout for the treadmill and I have really enjoyed it on a few recent rainy (or super-pollen-ated!) days. The great thing is, I can modify it for the eliptical if my knees are bothering me or even increase the speeds and inclines if I’m feeling extra energetic.

HIIT workouts are my favorite because they get my heart rate going quickly, and I enjoy breaking a sweat when I workout.  I typically start with a HIIT run for about 30 minutes and follow it with 20 minutes of body weight resistance exercises, like jump squats, planks, mountain climbers and push ups. HIIT training is thought to help burn more calories, strengthen your heart and even help you loose weight faster. Personally, I have found HIIT has allowed me to gain strength and endurance.

Have you tried HIIT workouts? I’d love to hear if you’ve experiences some good things in your life that have stressed you out, and how you worked through it.

Cheers!

Sarah Camille

 

P.S. Here are a few of my favorite running shoes. 🙂

       

ASICS GEL-EXALT 3 RUNNING SNEAKER

NIKE – FLEX SUPREME TR 5 PRM WOMEN’S CROSS TRAINING SHOES

 ASICS GEL-QUANTUM 180 RUNNING SHOE

WOMEN’S NIKE AIR ZOOM PEGASUS 33 SHIELD RUNNING SHOE

 

Go-To Inexpensive Jewelry for Any Occasion 

Hi friends!

How is your week going? Personally, I can’t believe it is only Tuesday. Is it just me?! It just feels like SO much has already happened. Anyway, I promise I won’t start babbling!

I am often asked about my jewelry, so I wanted to share with you all my go-to favorites that I have been wearing often to accessorize my looks. I wear most of these pieces at least once a week, so many of you have probably seen them on Instagram. As you’ll see below, my three favorite brands for inexpensive jewelry are BaubleBar, J.Crew Factory and Kendra Scott.

Kendra Scott Elton Station Cuff Bracelet, $55 | J.Crew Crystal Bubbles Necklace, $25 | Kendra Scott ‘Rayne’ Stone Tassel Pendant Necklace, $80

BaubleBar Ion Cuff, $35 | Kendra Scott Robyn Stacking Rings, $55

Madewell Mon Petit Pavé Ring, $15 | Kendra Scott ‘Carole’ Semiprecious Stone Pendant Necklace, $90 | BaubleBar Oracle Drop Earrings, $34 | J.Crew Fireball Stud Earrings, $11

Kate Spade New York ‘idiom – heart of gold’ bangle, $35 | BaubleBar Piñata Tassel Earrings, $38 | J.Crew Factory Crystal Basketweave Bracelet, $14

J.Crew Factory Chevron Pendant Necklace, $35 | Madewell Double Double Ring, $18

If I was forced to pick my favorite of all these items is my Kendra Scott Rayne Necklace. I have it in a translucent purple, and it truly looks great year round. While I haven’t seen this color available in a long time, I’d recommend one of the translucent colors. They have a way of complimenting your top perfectly, by picking up on the shade behind it.

Do you have similar pieces you accessorize with? Are any of my go-to pieces catching your eye? I’d love to hear your thoughts.

Here’s to the rest of the week zooming by!

Cheers!!

Sarah Camille