This delicate rose gold necklace is the perfect way to raise the fashion bar. Whether you rock it solo or layer it up, it's sure to be a keeper!
I can see your halo! Grab this gorgeous, glittering halo pendant necklace to add some sweet sophistication to your OOTD!
This one is for all the dog and cat moms out there! Adorable mug with lots of space for cappuccinos, coffees, and teas. Gold letter accents and a cute paw print lets everyone know just how much you love your fur baby!
100% Dolomite Material
Dishwasher and Microwave Safe
Give a great gift to the queen in your life! Whether she's a mom, sister, spouse, or aunt she's sure to love this little memento. Available in pink or white with a removable rose gold crown lid that'll keep beverages nice and hot or double as a spoon holder.
Hand wash only
Not Microwavable or Dishwasher Safe
$ 98.00 $ 29.00
This beautiful Steve Madden® clutch is made of cotton and polyester with colorful fringe and delicate beading and stitched detail. It will perfectly carry your tablet, e-reader, makeup kit, or just about anything else!
Flap with snap button closure.
Detachable chained crossbody strap.
Exterior back slip pocket.
Lining made of polyester and polyurethane.
Interior back-wall zip pocket.
Bottom Width: 11 3⁄4 in
Depth: 3⁄10 in
Height: 10 in
Strap Length: 35 in
Strap Drop: 17 1⁄2 in
So, summertime is here and unfortunately so is social distancing for many of us. While this isn't the sweet summer solstice cocktail we were hoping for, the extra "indoors" time does allow us to put those creative juices to work and try some fun projects and hobbies. Here are four of our favorites:
1. Start a Windowsill Garden - While it may be a bit late in the season to start a backyard garden bed full of all the veggies you love, it's the perfect time to start a lovely windowsill garden. Several common veggies will regrow after you use the tops simply by putting the "stubs" in fresh water and leaving them on your kitchen windowsill to soak up the happy sunshine! Why not try starting one today with romaine lettuce, green onions, or celery? You'll have a great time watching your little garden grow!
2. Add a Pop of Color to Your Closet - Our closets can be a sweet safe-haven of all our fashionable finds. But if you're like me, it doesn't take long before it can become overcrowded and lose it's little "je ne sais quoi". Now's the perfect time to bring back the excitement to your closet! Start by de-cluttering. You can donate the things you no longer wear, (or in my case, can no longer fit into because of all that corona virus/stay-at-home extra eating). Next, add the fun and whimsy. Wallpaper or a bold paint color can bring a fun focal point to a small space. Lastly, add a little bling - try adding a fun mirror to pull everything together.
3. Send a Post to a Pen Pal - In a sea of emails, texts, DMs, PMs, snaps, and instant messages, postcards and handwritten letters are like little island oases. Nearly everyone has a friend or two that lives farther away, or perhaps even overseas. Why not begin a lovely Marco-Polo message by postcard? Michael's and Hobby Lobby have cute stationary you can use to send a bit of cheer to someone you love. Keep in touch over the summer and watch your old-fashioned "inbox" grow!
4. Curl Up in Your Favorite Nook with a Good Book - There's so many topics to choose from! Whether you're an old soul and love the hardbacks, or a lover of new technologies' e-readers, now's a great time to start or finish that book that's been on your list! Try picking a literary classic, a new field of interest, or even something humorous. Reading is a great way to broaden your horizons without ever having to leave your home!
These are just a few of our favorite past times during social-distancing. What about you? What are some of your favorite things to do during the summer? XOXO, Dear Reverie
2020 has certainly not started off the way any of us would've ever imagined. So far, we've seen a lot of heartbreak, sorrow, and uncertainty. It has been a challenge to turn on the news without feeling overwhelmed by what's happening in our local communities and the world. But there, right in the middle of the chaos and confusion, is something else too.
If we take a moment to look away from the stormy pandemonium that can seem to loom over our heads, we can see so many beautiful things that Jehovah God has given us. There are many unsung stories of altruism, generosity, and kindnesses being shown to others by complete strangers. Appreciation for life deepens. There are more "I love you"s being said. There are more connections to and explorations of ones creative side. There are giggles and laughs filled with mirth when these creative attempts don't pan out just how we planned. And nature continues to surprise us with resplendent skies, fantastic flora, and unabashed wildlife.
So even though we can't remove ourselves from this situation, we don't have to give in to despair. Because when you look around, this life is still pretty amazing.
XOXO, Dear Reverie
As the end of 2019 wraps up it's time to cue the familiar, cliche saying: "I can't believe how fast the year went by!" We couldn't agree more, but looking forward, 2020 is going to be a beautiful year!
Each year gives us new chances to reinvent ourselves, re-imagine our goals, and re-chase those dreams we've been pursuing. It's a time for reflection, growth, and gratefulness. There's 365 days full of potential, possibility, pleasantness, and adventure...
Love it or hate it the scrunchie is making its comeback stronger than ever! A new wave of tweens, teens, millennials, and moms have been embracing this iconic fashion accessory and welcoming it back into their wardrobes.
As a young girl I can remember putting in waaaaay too much time attempting to constantly match one (or, I'm ashamed to admit - even more than one) of these fabric bands to my colorful outfit. I'd gather my messy, curly-Q hair into a high ponytail and adorn it with a beloved scrunchie. But, as with all things fashion, this trend seemed to go as quickly as it came. Soon I abandoned this fashion staple for the next trend, whether it was butterfly clips, comb headbands, or some other hair holder.
Recently we've seen a resurgence of this 90s accessory and we want to know what you think? Are you embracing the scrunchie as a long lost friend or should it only remain in our middle school yearbook? Let us know...comment below!
XOXO, Dear Reverie