Usually whenever I get a nice article, interview or press mention about myself or my blog, I get excited and take a screenshot and add it to my Press & Features page. Sometimes I’ll even tweet or share it on Facebook but usually I’ll just gloat to my husband a bit about it before going on with my day. When I read this article by the amazing Vince Camuto team, I was floored! Not only was it incredibly well written and thoughtful, they mention me in the same article as Mark Zuckerberg & Steve Jobs – talk about life goals made! Head over there to see & read it for yourself you’ll see why I felt it clearly deserved it’s own blog post about it! Many, many, many special thanks to Janice & the Vince Camuto team for those incredibly kind words. You guys are so awesome!
Today’s officially day 1 of Coachella and I’m so excited to be heading out there that I’ve collaborated with DSW to share some outfit insp with you guys! Spring festival style is one of my favorite excuses to dress fun, flirty and extra bohemian. I’ve been loving the comfy espadrille trends lately but a shorty like myself (I’m only 5’3″!) needs all the help she can get! I love the fun pop of poppy these espadrille wedges from DSW bring to my outfit and the stretchy elastic fabric makes them ultra comfortable to frolic around in the desert. They’re the perfect footwear to transition from the pool parties to the festival grounds!
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It’s been a busy past couple days with events and Coachella related festivities (see the behinds the scenes antics on SnapChat: HautePinkPretty)! I wanted to share a not your typical festival style look that could easily be worn out to brunch or for a date, instead. Don’t get me wrong, I love me some fringe and flower crowns but it’s always nice to transition the same pieces out of the desert, too!
What’s your version of a not your typical festival look?