Hello my Lovelies. I trust you all a great week and looking forward to the weekend. I know I am, as I have lovely dinner plans with a trip to the beach as well as , to catch some much needed sunshine. Don't get me wrong there is great weather all around me here in the tropics, but when you are working in a cold air conditioning office, you don't see much of the sun or warm weather.
I adore simple weekend dresses like the one I've posted, that's breezy and light or shorts with filp flops and a huge beach bag where I just throw my stuff in. The weekend is also not complete without a broad rim hat, the broader the better.
Well Cheers to the wekend and be safe my Lovelies, till we meet again.
Swiveling Mounted Chalkboards at Bistro Vida, via here.
A vintage carnival wheel and chalkboards are unique accessories to this country kitchen. From here. Chalkboard Recipe Wall, from here. This cafe is pure vintage, dressed with large chalkboards, antique mirrors, huge old school tables with drawers and cardboard packing case seats........source. Chalkboard paint on closet doors is another great kid’s room idea. From here. A stylish home office organizer. A converted panel door into a magnetic chalkboard and salvage the typewriter keys to create 30+ unique magnets. I adore this project from here. A gorgeous flower shop menu saves on paper. What can I say, I love the rustic touch of the weathered door. Via here. Chalkboard tiles are so whimsical from here. Enjoy!!! Love from Lisa.
Hello everyone, are some you still trying to find that Thanksgiving outfit. here are some of my holiday picks for the season. I adore the Sigrid Blouse from Anthropologie that just screams holiday season, it's flattering in any size, when paired with Black leggings or skinny jeans.
I am also a big fan of draping and the Sirpo pullover in red is indeed one of my favs for
all holiday parties.
Also from Anthropologie is this gorgeous Berlin midi skirt and printed Jacqui dress is divine. So I hope this post might give you a few more ideas as Thanksgiving draws near. Cheers to the Hols my lovelies.