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Being an “Outsider” with L.L. Bean

When the weather starts to get cool, many people have visions of sipping hot chocolate by the fire, relaxing with a good book, or simply relaxing indoors. However, once you have a family, you may have noticed these visions go out the window! Kids want to immediately go outside and explore, even in the freezing cold and snow. I recently partnered with L.L.Bean and have discovered the most amazing items for cold weather and keeping my kids happy! Continue reading Being an “Outsider” with L.L. Bean

Applike Couture – Unique Children’s Clothes & Accessories

When I first discovered the children’s store, Applike Couture, I knew this was a store I would love by the vast selection of carefully selected trending merchandise and super cute accessories. Located on a quiet street on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, this family owned store continues to thrive with a constant stream of satisfied parents and kids alike. Continue reading Applike Couture – Unique Children’s Clothes & Accessories

Holiday Ready with Florence Fancy

Last week I stopped by the ever lovely Florence Fancy showroom located in a beautiful townhouse in Manhattan. The fresh snow and holiday decor on the city sidewalks added to my excitement on my way to check out the latest holiday looks. Continue reading Holiday Ready with Florence Fancy

EyeBuyDirect – My latest Eye Candy Find

I have worn glasses since the 7th grade.  My first trip to the optometrist didn’t have the ending I had hoped for. The super small selection of frames  were painfully hideous and I left with what I thought were the best of the worst. I wore them and then quickly transitioned to contacts as quickly as I could. Continue reading EyeBuyDirect – My latest Eye Candy Find

Everafter – My new neighborhood children’s boutique

Shopping for children’s clothes is by far my favorite thing to do! I used to focus on my own wardrobe and I still do, but now with 3 kids I find it more fun and thrilling to dress my mini fashionistas. They are also starting to have their own opinions regarding their clothing choices. Even my 2 year old will point to something sparkly in her closet and this is when I realized I don’t stand a chance! Continue reading Everafter – My new neighborhood children’s boutique