Sep 18, 2017

Plaid Shirt Dress

Happy Monday, friends! My weekend consists of running errands and spending quality time with my little, Emily. She's 18 months old and I swear, she's already in the "terrible two's." She definitely has the Puerto Rican attitude but momma is trying to keep her in check. My mom keeps reminding me how I was exactly like her...but I guess it's pay back - ha! Any who, the summer weather is slowly creeping away and I can start feeling the cool breeze. However, I do live in San Diego, so I can still pull-off easy breezy looks. I love pairing this plaid shift dress with my new slip-on mule flats. A simple look for the mom on-the-go! Y'all, I'm obsess with black and white but I love how this plaid shift dress comes in three different color options, which are perfect for fall. Just pair them with a pair of booties and you are set!


Sep 13, 2017

Three Ways To Decorate For Fall

Have you ever felt like you needed a change in your life? You are content but somehow feel like something else is missing? It's time for change, y'all! Home decor that is. Although my love for shabby chic remains close to my heart, I have to embrace change. If you follow me on Instagram, you know I'm head over heels for farmhouse style. I'm all about the rustic, weathered, vintage, antique, chippy, goodness; hence, the frame, ha! It brings me back to the good ol' country days when I lived in Tennessee while serving in the Army. So now that fall is just around the corner, I decided, "You know what? Why not start incorporating this new style, right?" Of course, one room at a time, because you know #girlonabudget, so if you're in the same boat as I am...I thought I'd share three ways to decorate for fall without breaking the bank. 
1. Pumpkins! How much more fall can it get?! You can never go wrong with a pumpkin. Super affordable. I wanted to keep things neutral so I went with ivory colored pumpkins as decor. It gives it the perfect farmhouse/vintage fall style touch. 
2. Flowers or plants. I'm loving the cotton floral stems and green plants. If you have vases lying around, just get yourself a couple stems or plants, and voilà! Done deal. I love pairing the cotton floral stem vase next to a pumpkin.
3. Wreaths. They are so affordable and make such a difference. I bought the ivory pumpkin wreath at home goods and hung it over our chalkboard in the kitchen. I also have  this one and I'm planning on hanging it on our entry way or the entrance door. 

All-in-all, any of these three options will definitely get your ready for fall. I shared similar items you may be interested down below, go check them out!  


Have any of you started decorating for fall? Please, do share! Thank you for stopping by! 

Sep 11, 2017

Sole Society Cammila

Because I'm a mom on-the-go, having a good pair of shoes is a MUST! I've noticed investing on a good pair can make such a big difference. First, I'm all about comfort, which is a plus in my book! Second, it gives me the option to play with different looks depending on the season. Last but not least, these pair of shoes are the definition of versatile! They come in different colors/styles for your liking. For my mommy's who work full-time, they definitely work for the office. So, if you're looking for "THE" pair of shoes, I highly recommend these Sole Society Pointy Loafers. Side note, I sized up for extra room and comfort. 


Sep 6, 2017

Football Season


Football season is here, y'all (first game tomorrow)! I mentioned on Twitter a few weeks ago I wanted to do another team look this season since the last time I did one was three years ago. So hear you have it! Of course, for me, comfort is a must but the key is to wear your team colors at the end of the day, am I right? I  don't know about you but I'm excited for all the screaming and delicious BBQ meals I want to try this season. If you've followed along, you may know my household is a HUGE Patriots fan - Go PATS! So cheers to my red, gray and blue!


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