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Guest Posting at What the Frock

Hello everyone!

I am guest posting over at What the Frock? today.

Check it out to see how you can a designer room look for less!


Guest Post: Perfect Breezy, Beachy Outfit

A HUGE thank you to Ann from Crafts & Cardigans for guest posting while we're on vacation!  She created this perfect summery outfit, one that reminds me of sea glass & blue waters...  Enough from me, here's Anne!


When Kristin informed me that she'd be taking a little jaunt to Turks and Caicos, and that she had a request, I immediately assumed she needed me to go with her. I am, after all, a beach aficionado, as well as a rest and relaxation expert, so it came as no surprise that she needed my expertise on her trip. I responded with a resounding YES while instantaneously packing my bags and checking on the status of my sunblock supply. But then when she finished the sentence and told me she'd like for me to guest post on her blog, my dreams came crashing down. I burst dramatically into tears, and ran into my room, and began scribbling in my diary about how no one understands me!!!!!!!

Juuuuuust kidding! Maybe. BUT, if I was fortunate enough to be invited on a beach vacation, here's what I would pack: 


I'm very influenced by my surroundings, so my clothes tend to become a reflection of the seasons and my location at any given time. And what better inspiration than the perfect turquoise waters of paradise! Just take this outfit, add a little surf spray to your hair and you're ready to hit the cabana boy up for another margarita. Extra salt on the rim, please.

Have a wonderful time, Kristin! 

Note: You can get to all of these links by clicking here or on the image above!

Thanks Anne (aka: my lovely friend & Mrs. Powder Puff)!


A quick blurb about Anne & her blog:

"This blog follows the adventures (and sometimes shenanigans) of Anne and her husband.

We used to live in Chicago. All bright lights, big city style.

Now we live in Indiana. Country style. It may not be as exciting as the city, but it's just as (if not more) fun."