Better late than never! Here is a compilation of some of my favorite outfits from 2017. Notice, how when it starts to get cold, there are fewer outfits posted. That has less to do with me not liking the outfits, and more to do with the fact that I hate the cold! Haha. Plus I feel bad bringing my hubby and kids out in the freezing cold to do a shoot. So therefore, you don’t see much of the winter outfits haha. But nonetheless, here are some favs. If you click each individual photo, it will take you to the original post to see the whole shoot. Which look is your favorite?
Welp, that’s a wrap on 2017 outfits. Hoping I have more fun fashion to share for 2018! Drop me a note below and let me know which look is your favorite! Happy MLK Weekend everyone!
And here you have it…a little throwback Thursday here this morning with the 2016 style round-up! Which look is your fav? Which look should never come back around in 2017? LOL.
Hope 2017 is treating you well so far! I am working on those yearly goals and that vision board! Who else is making a vision board for this year?
Don’t forget to join me on Facebook LIVE tonight at 9 as I will be doing my first LIVE @ 9 “broadcast.” Tonight will be a LIVE “Lately” post!!! So excited to share what I’ve been up to Lately and also to hear what YOU’VE been doing! Make it a great Thursday!!!
Enjoying the week here in Maryland with family & friends and trying to avoid the sickness going around. Can’t believe 2014 is almost coming to an end. Hope you enjoyed the round up of outfits from the past year!
I typically keep this space light and fun. However, those you have been reading my blog for awhile now know that I also don’t want to plaster on a fake smile when I’m hurting. Unfortunately, life is not just about the happy moments. We have ups and downs and ebbs and flows.
This happens to be one of those difficult weeks. It’s with great sadness that I lost my uncle, my mother’s brother, to a long, nasty battle with cancer. He had a rare type of esophageal cancer, and while he fought like hell, there was nothing more the best doctors in the world from Johns Hopkins could do for him. My only solace is knowing that he went peacefully and he is no longer in any pain or suffering. While my uncle was a bit wild on the exterior, he had a heart of gold and a kind soul. He was musical, artistic, funny, bright, and he loved his family more than ever. I will miss him like crazy, but I know he is still with here with us in some way.
I know this song is cliche, but it’s appropriate, and it reminds me of my uncle playing guitar, so I thought I would share it here today. Please keep my family in your thoughts and prayers. Thanks.