Hacked By Shade

Hacked By Shade

Hacked By Shade

Hacked By Shade

 

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Whatchoo-Wish-You-Were-Wearin’ Wednesday: Flamingo Pink

In one month, I’ll be doing something I’ve never done in my 43 years on the planet:

hopping on a plane all. by. myself.

I’m heading down to Orlando for Stella & Dot’s National Sales Conference, and I can’t tell you how excited I am. After all, it’s called HOOPLA, and you know some serious fun is goin’ down with a name like that.

3 days of new Stella news, fall line previews, swag bags, fashion shows, dance parties, sun, pools, flip flops.

And I’m pretty sure at least one mojito.

I haven’t yet begun to strategize the packing, but oooh, how I wish I could include this top and fun retro clutch.

So … who wants to join me?

 

Hoopla
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Whatchoo-Wish-You-Were-Wearin’ Wednesday: Cool Summer Blues

Whatchoo-Wish-You-Were-Wearin’ Wednesday, baby.

I love this day. It’s the post that allows me to shop without spending money, which is good, since everything I choose on Polyvore seems to fall into the $500+ category.

Cadillac taste on a beer budget, my mom used to say.

Today I’m thinking of summer blues and greens, inspired by a top I saw at my friend Laura’s home the other day. She’s a wonderful gal, and a stylish CAbi consultant, and she knows how to throw together a look. This isn’t the top I bought, but it may just be next on my list, now that I’ve seen it in virtual action. You want it? Click on over to Laura’s site … she’ll hook you up.

And those gorgeous greens? Well, that’s the Linden necklace from Stella & Dot, of course. It’s the first piece I fell in love with from our summer line, and it’s even more stunning in person. Grab a coffee or tea and click on over to see it and other gorgeous June arrivals!

Summer Blues

 

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