Today, we’re talking about bed sheets and pitting two similar products against each other to see which one is better. Target vs. IKEA. Who will win this battle?
All these other bloggers have been raving about the Leith Ruched Body-Con Tank Dress. It’s flattering, they say. It’s versatile. It’s priced at $56! But I’m picker than most people. Is it really that great? OK, let’s see about that. Off I went to Nordstrom.
My budget for wedding decorations was $100. And yes, that includes flowers and my bridal bouquet. Here’s how we made our own simple and inexpensive floral arrangements.
If you follow me on Instagram, then you may have noticed that I was in Scandinavia in August. I had a wonderful trip to Iceland, Sweden, and Denmark, and today I’ll be sharing some of the design and shopping highlights for Stockholm.
Last year around this time, I was putting the final touches on my wedding. We had a lovely ceremony under a canopy of trees with 110 guests. I’ve gotten a lot of questions from friends about wedding planning since I’m quite organized and thrifty-minded, so I thought I’d write a few posts and share what I’ve learned while it’s relatively fresh in my mind.
Earlier this year, I reviewed some Everlane T-shirts and noticed that one of them had a small hole at the bottom in the front. This is not the first time a shirt has developed a hole in this area. I theorized that maybe it had something to do with my jeans. Was the button on my jeans rubbing my T-shirt? Well, there’s a solution for that. A company out of the UK called Holé makes silicone button covers, and they sent me their product as a gift to try.
Target’s new mid-century inspired housewares brand, Project 62, has items for your kitchen, bedroom, and bath. Here’s some of what I saw after the brand launched in stores.
Ever since I heard about Project 62, Target’s new mid-century modern-inspired line of housewares and furniture, I’ve been feeling a mix of anticipation — but also dread (because of what I fear it might do to my wallet). I love those clean mid-century modern lines, but the price tag of real deal vintage pieces is not in my budget (at least not here in California). Well, Target read my mind by creating decor inspired by the era.
Earlier this week, I shared my general impressions about Target’s new clothing lines: A New Day for women and Goodfellow & Co. for men. Now, for the fitting room review! For each item, I’m presenting the stock photo from the website next to my fitting room selfie, just for shits and giggles. For reference, the models are 5′ 9″ and I’m 5′ 3.” The models are also undoubtedly airbrushed and I am definitely not.
Target has grand plans to retire its veteran brands, which have gotten too broad, and replace them with new labels. Two new clothing brands rolled out recently. Say goodbye to Merona and Mossimo and hello to A New Day (women’s) and Goodfellow & Co (men’s). I went to check them out in person.