Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Be back soon!

Blogging Break
Life is nuts right now, guys.  I'm swamped, and I'm physically, emotionally, and spiritually d-r-a-i-n-e-d.  Work is getting crazy busy.  I'll be on a blogging break for the next week or two.  Just letting you know so that you don't think I've abandoned you all of a sudden.  I'll be back when work slows down--I promise!  

In the meantime, I have questions for you all.

Question #1: Link-ups
I've LOVED getting to know you guys a little more by checking out your Go Chic or Go Home lonely pieces outfits.  Kinda makes me want to start hosting a link-up so that I can get to know more of you, but I'm not sure yet.  My biggest fear (though it may sound dumb to you) is that no one will participate and the link up will be lonely.  Just being honest!

Anyway, I'm not sure if that's something I want to do yet, and I also can't decide what kind of link up I'd want to do to get to know you guys better.  

While I'm away, I wanna hear your thoughts on link-ups.  If you have time, answering any or all of the following would be helpful!

  • Do you participate in link-ups?  What do you like about them and what kinds of linkups do you participate in?  Would another simple outfit linkup with no challenges be of interest, or just adding more noise?
  • Do you actually visit other people's blogs through the link-up?  What kinds of link ups / topics make you want to visit other people's blogs?

Question #2: Forums
I get TONS of emails and comments from you guys with style questions, and while I LOVE answering them sometimes it feels overwhelming if I try to get to all of them.  I saw that Clothed Much has a forum where people can post questions and have them answered by other readers.

  • Would a forum on this blog be helpful for you?  Would you actually ask your questions on that instead?  
  • If you're comfortable answering other people's style questions, would you actually check the forum regularly enough to catch people's questions?  (No help having a forum if I'm still the one answering all of the questions, right?  :)  )

See ya soon, everyone!

Monday, October 29, 2012

My Five Fall Go-To Outfits

A while back I posted my favorite fall items and today I'm going to show you five go-to fall looks you can make with those items.  Go-to outfits are for the days when your brain doesn't work, when you woke up 30 minutes late, or when you simply don't have energy to think about what to wear.  They're no-brainer outfits that help you get on with your life to the more important things--but still look put together!

As usual, besides just showing you outfits I also tried to break down each outfit into a super easy basic formula while giving suggestions for ways to change things up so that you can do this with different pieces in your closet and put your own twist on things.

Let's talk about each outfit...

Plaid Shirts Options: one, two, three, four
Cozy Sweater Options: one, two, three, four
Boots: one, two, three, four

1. Plaid button-up + open cardigan or sweater
This is by far my favorite and most often worn combination in the fall.  For a lazy, fuzzy-brained day I can quickly reach for one of my 5 plaid shirts and any of them will work with this sweater and jeans.  When I want to change it up I can take it to the next level and use different colored jeans or different colored cardigans.  The possibilities are endless in that regard. 

Dress (Target) // Similar: one, two, three
Cardigan (Target) // Similar: one, two
Boots: onetwothreefour

2. Dress + cardigan + tights & boots
I LOVE this combination.  It's a great way to utilize your dresses--even your spring dresses!  Back in January I wrote a post on wearing a spring dress in the fall.  I am even more behind this combination now that I discovered fleece lined tights!  Uh, amazing.  Having a pair of those will provide extra warmth for some of my thinner dresses.  (When it gets REALLY cold you'll obviously need a thicker dress.)

I'm excited to take almost any dress that I have and play with colored cardigans and colored tights to mix up my fall outfits.  

Cardigan: Tilly's // Shop: check here for lots of options
Scarf: Old navy // Shop: one, two
Boots: onetwothreefour

3. Plain tee + fall colored cardigan + patterned scarf
This combo is so easy--that's why it's a go-to look!  Again, once you play with different colored tees, jeans, cardigans, and scarves, this combo can give you an ENDLESS amount of options.  It's a totally great formula for looking put together on the "don't make me think" days. 

Chambray Top: Target // Shop: one, two, three
Skirt: one, two, three
Boots: onetwothreefour

4. Chambray top + skirt
I recently wrote about how chambray tops are a skirt's best friend, and the combo is so easy that it made it into my top 5 go-to fall combos.  Choose nearly any skirt and pair it with a chambray top.  Tuck it and belt it or tie it over, and you're good to go!  For shorter skirts, play with different colored tights.  BAM.  You're dressed and out the door.

Top: Banana Republic // Similar: one, two, three
Vest: Old Navy
Boots: onetwothreefour

5. Striped tee + boots
I definitely love me a striped tee.  For this outfit I paired the tee with a vest, but you can just as simply wear a striped tee sans vest and with a statement necklace instead (like I did in this post).  I love how easy it is to choose any of my striped tees and any statement necklace, throw on jeans and boots, and head out the door.  You can also change up this look with different colored denim or layering other pieces over the tee, like a blazer or a moto jacket.  

Are any of these combos your go-to fall outfits, too?  

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Chambray Tops, a Skirt's Best Friend

Top: Target (similar: one, two, three)  |  Skirt: c/o Sway Chic (similar: one, two, three)  |  Boots: Dolce Vita via Macy's (similar: one, two, three)  |  Bag: gift

I've gotten quite a few emails from you guys asking about what to pair with a skirt that's _____ color or ____ pattern, besides a black or white tee.  My first suggestion is always to pair it with a denim button up to, either tucking it into the skirt and wearing a belt or tying it over the skirt like I did here.  This is one of my closet staples and made it onto my Fall Favorites list because it's such a versatile piece and a great alternative to a plain tee.  Pair it with boots in the fall and maybe some tights for shorter skirts, and your skirts will have a new best friend.  And who doesn't like awesome new friends?  

Monday, October 22, 2012

Drive By Posting

Top: Cotton On |  Skirt: F21 (shop similar: one, twothree |  Denim jacket: F21 (similar #1, similar #2) |  Shoes: Gap (shop, similar)  |  Necklace: F21

Not much time to write today!  I spent this past Saturday up in the bay area for my cousin's wedding reception and then flew out the next day for a work conference back in San Diego.  I'm traveling again for the next two weekends.  If I liked traveling this year of intense travel might sound fun, but honestly I'd rather be at home in a normal rhythm.  Are you the type that likes traveling?

Anyway, gotta run.  But remember to post your link for Go Chic or Go Home's closet challenge!

Friday, October 19, 2012

Living in the Moment

Top: Kohl's (shop similar: one, two)  |  Moto jacket: Forever 21 (similar: one, two)  |  Jeans: Old Navy (similar: one, two, three)  |  Pumps: Target (shop)  |  Necklace: Forever 21

This is one of the outfits I discovered thanks to the Go Chic or Go Home closet challenge.  I really cannot believe that I considered getting rid of this top.  This outfit reminds me that colored bottoms really can expand your wardrobe.  I wouldn't even really consider white a color, but it's different than blue jeans, and it made this top fresh again.

Anyway, on a totally unrelated note, are you the kind of person who lives in the moment, or are you one who is usually looking to what's next?  I'm the latter.  I'm super strategic, goal oriented, and like to get things done.  I have no idea how to stop and smell the roses.  I don't even notice roses are around.  I ask because this weekend begins the non-stop busy weekends, pretty much from now until January.  My natural inclination is to brace myself until it's all over just to get through it alive, but through out the last few months I've been trying to learn how to live in the moments rather than just surviving the craziness.  I don't want to emotionally and mentally miss all the good stuff that's happening through out the next 2.5 months--holidays, amazing conferences for work, ALL of my immediate family's birthdays (except mine), and the culmination of this whole crazy year of traveling: the life-changing conference I'm part of for work that takes place at the end of this year.  But at the same time I need things to be able to prepare myself and pace myself for each upcoming thing so that life doesn't crash and I don't burn out before the end of the year.  Do any of you feel like you have found a healthy balance between the two?

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Red and Red

Top: Forever 21 (shop, similar, similar)  |  Red skinnies: Old Navy via Buffalo Exchange (shop similar: one, two, three)  |  Flats: Gap (shop, similar)

If you remember the post from last week about these red flats...I kept them!  Well, what really happened is that I was at a different Gap where I was able to try another pair this size and a size up.  The size up was too big, but the second pair in my size fit better than the ones I previously bought.  I walked around in them with no problems.  Yay!  Thanks for all of your advice.  :)

I normally wouldn't have paired red shoes with red pants because it's too matchy-matchy for me.  I also just kinda thought you "weren't allowed" to do it.  But when I started reading style blogs I saw people doing it and actually liked it!  And here we are.  I originally had my nude cap toe flats on, but I loved how the red was kind of unexpected.  Would you ever match your shoes with your pants?  

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Making the most of what you have using Go Chic or Go Home...and a Giveaway!

I've heard from many of you that you hope to make the most of your closet, and I love that so many of you have already found tons of new outfits from things you have!

I want to introduce you to a tool that I believe is really, really helpful for going further in making the most of what you have, no matter where you're starting from.  You should be no strangers to one of our sponsors Go Chic or Go Home.  Many of you are members!  But today I want to help you use GCOGH to make the most of your closet.

Cynthia, one of the founders of GCOGH, challenged me to pick out some of those lonely pieces in my closet--the ones that have not made it into an outfit in a while--and see if GCOGH could help me make them fresh again.  Honestly, I was skeptical.  "I think I've gotten decent at remixing," I thought.  "What can GCOGH do for me that I can't do by staring at my closet?"  And, "Is it really going to be worth the trouble of uploading pictures of my clothes?"  MAN, was I wrong!

I've been stumped with these two tops for a long time:

I've worn them plenty before, and for whatever reasons I was just feeling tired of them.  In fact, the red top was in my "almost sell/donate" pile--the purgatory of my closet--and after using GCOGH to remix it, I'm totally ragging on myself for almost getting rid of it!  I used GCOGH to make four fresh outfits between these two tops!  (Shown below.)

Using GCOGH to Remix

1.  Upload a few pics of your clothes.
First, I took pics of items from my closet and uploaded them to my GCOGH account.  It seemed overwhelming at first, but I just started with like 5-10 of my staples.  Then I ended up loving it and have now uploaded over half of my clothes!

What's also really cool is that YOU can save pics from MY closet (or anyone else's) and put them in your own virtual closet.  In GCOGH, just click the pic and then click the "Add" button.  This is great when it's a similar item that you have but don't want to upload yourself or if it's an item you're thinking of buying and you want to try remixing it with other items in your closet.  That's pretty cool!

You can also get pics from retailers within the GCOGH interface.  For example, you can shop at Gap through GCOGH, and if you're thinking of buying an item, save it to your own board and try to create ensembles with that item to see if it works with your current clothes!  Kinda like a test drive to see if it'll really work in your closet or not.

2.  See each of your items laid out.
This is that part that I find really helpful--you get to see your whole closet laid out flat.

For those of you who have told me you've wished to see my closet, start using GCOGH and you'll be able to!  You can see my board of clothes, and I can see yours.  Super fun.  (And that's how you can use items from my closet in your own ensembles/boards.)

Seeing all of my clothes laid out in the virtual closet gave me a new perspective.  In my real closet, things get lost, stuck between other clothes, or forgotten in a drawer.  Since GCOGH's virtual closet lays everything out, I could clearly see all of the pieces I have.

3.  Use the "Create" function to put together ensembles.
Just drag and drop items from the board into the bottom section to create an ensemble.  It's sooo easy.

Here the outfits I created with my lonely pieces:

Outfit #1 -  I was delighted by how the white jeans freshened up this top for me.  I couldn't believe I hadn't thought of that before seeing it in my virtual closet.  I wore this last week and will do a full post on it soon.  :)

Outfit #2 - I would never have thought to put a red top with a red blazer for fear of being too matchy-matchy.  But when I saw it in the virtual closet I was like, "OOOH, I think that could work!"  SO CUTE.  I have not worn this yet, but I'm dang excited to.

Outfit #3 - I don't have much of an explanation for this other than just seeing it all come together in my virtual closet.  Voila!  I love it!

Outfit #4 - I once tried to recreate this pin from the lovely Linda with a navy a-line skirt and a darker polka dot top, but it didn't work out because the proportions were off with my a-line skirt.  I gave up on it.  But when I looked in my virtual closet trying to make an outfit with this polka dot top, I saw my denim pencil skirt next and realized I could still recreate a similar outfit to Linda's, just with totally different pieces than I had originally planned.  Whoop whoop!

Larger sized pictures of some of these outfits will either be posted in the future here or can be found on my Go Chic or Go Home boards.

Other Tools

Explore Feature
You can use GCOGH's "Explore" feature to display an infinite number of outfits from other GCOGH members.  So.much.inspiration.  You can also filter the options by things like colors, themes, or occasions.  Wanna see outfits that only utilize red?  You've got it.  Want to get ideas for how to wear animal print?  Easy.  Wanna find "casual" looks or "business" looks or "fall" looks?  No problem.  There's too many examples of all the possible ways to filter outfits, so just go to the "Explore" tab, click "All Outfits," and filter away!  

Create Ensembles to Wear for Later
The main thing I love about GCOGH is that I can create ensembles with my own clothes and store them away as a running list of outfits I can wear.  I pin a lot on Pinterest for inspiration, and then I go to GCOGH to recreate the outfits with my own clothes and save them for later.  When I plan outfits for the week I just go through my GCOGH Ensembles list and choose from a list of outfits I've created that are waiting to be worn.  Makes life SO EASY.  

You can also use the GCOGH boards to save inspiration photos instead of using Pinterest.  It's all incorporated there for you!  You can include an inspiration photo from your GCOGH board to your ensemble to remember what you were going for, like the first ensemble in the pic below.  

Lastly, when you click on an individual item, like my red shirt, you get to see all the ensembles you've created with that item.  In the pic above, you see the two outfits I've created so far with the red shirt.  So if I want to wear my red shirt, instead of sifting through ALL of my ensembles, I can just click on the item's picture and a list of all the ensembles I've created with it will be right there!  You can also see ensembles other members created with your piece, if they pulled from your closet.  More ideas from other people with your own clothes!  Suuuuuch a cool and helpful feature for easy dressing.  

I Challenge You - Win $50!
I'm challenging you to use GCOGH to find some friends for your lonely pieces!  To sweeten the deal, Go Chic or Go Home is offering a prize to one lucky participant--Win $50 to any GCOGH retailer!  (Madewell, Gap, Banana Republic, and more!) 

Here's the challenge:
  • Choose 1 lonely item in your closet
  • Upload 5-10 pics of items from your closet to your GCOGH "My Clothes" board.  Or, pull from my GCOGH closet, someone else's closet, or the Shops in GCOGH.
  • Use the ensemble creator under "Create" to start mixing and matching!  Create an ensemble with that lonely item.
  • Comment here with a link(s) to the ensemble and tell me how GCOGH helped you make it.  You'll be entered into a raffle to win $50 and I'll check out your ensembles, and you can check out other people's!
Two winners will be chosen at random from the participants.  Challenge will end October 31st.  That's two weeks to upload pics and get a mixin' and a matchin'.

I'm soooo excited to see your ensembles.  I've become slightly addicted to creating ensembles on GCOGH, and my (not so secret) hope is that you do too.  Muahaha.

P.S. You can also leave normal comments here without participating in the challenge.  :)

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Life Lessons From a Humble Outfit

Top: H&M (shop similar: one, two)  |  Jeggings: New York & Company (similar)  |  Booties: Target (shop similar: one, two, three)  |  Necklace: Nordstrom  |  Bag: eBags (shop)

I wanted to recreate this pin, but I was getting all bent out of shape about how my striped tee wasn't as baggy as hers and a bunch of other nonsense.  I kept trying to justify buying another striped tee, a baggier one.  But just like I mentioned in my post about shopping mistakes, I forced myself to snap out of it and not fall victim to the temptation to buy something just to recreate a pin.  I convinced myself that even though I didn't recreate the pin the way I wanted to, I could still enjoy my outfit.  And I did!

It's silly how we can get so fixed on how something doesn't look the way we wanted it to that we fail to see and appreciate the beauty in what has taken shape instead.  And this is true for all of life, not just outfits, isn't it?  It's easy to wish our job/family/house/etc. situations looked differently (or little things, like wishing it were fall instead of 85 degrees still!)  But instead of focusing on the things that are not, I have to remind myself to recognize the beauty in the things that are, right here, right now.  Just because something doesn't look how you'd hoped doesn't mean you can't appreciate what has taken shape instead.  Annnd, that is totally not where I thought I was going with this outfit post, but there is today's life lesson from a humble outfit.  Happy Tuesday.  :)

Monday, October 15, 2012

Win $25 to The Pleated Poppy!

Psst.  Have you heard of The Pleated Poppy?  It's a store and a blog owned by Lindsey Cheney with oodles of too-cute-for-your-own-good, handmade items.

This week The Pleated Poppy is giving away $25 store credit to one of you lucky ducks!  Honestly, I feel a little bad for the winner because it's gonna be hard to choose what to get.  I mean, just look at all that adorableness in those pics up there.  LOOOVE!

Lindsey is also offering PMT readers 15% off of your order for this week.  

Friday, October 12, 2012

October Sponsor Love, Part 2

To send you all into the weekend, here's the second half of October's Sponsor Love posts.  There are some great shops here for you to check out!

Eliza & Ro is an Etsy shop filled with handmade scarves, earrings, and clutches.  Shop owner Rose Oates says,  "I design and sew handmade scarves and accessories through Eliza & Ro to help women feel put together without a lot of effort. I'm a one woman shop, and I put a lot of love and attention into the creation of each item using new and vintage materials. My work is informed by my love for travel and other cultures, and I bring elements of that Bohemian vibe into most things I design.  I love to create as an expression of how I am made in the image of my Creator and feel that creating is a way to bring glory to God."  

Use PMT10 for 10% off!  Visit Eliza & Ro and say hello!

Courtney Lundsett is a BonLook ambassador, offering chic prescription glasses and sunglasses at affordable prices!  Courtney and her husband are in the process of adopting two HIV+ girls from South Africa.  After falling in love with her own pair of BonLook glasses, Courtney jumped at the chance to sell them to help relieve some of the costs of adoption.

I personally love BonLook's glasses!  Check out Courtney's BonLook Site and if you are in need of glasses or sunglasses, I strongly urge you to support Courtney's cause.  :)

Fun fact: Courtney and I went to the same church and she randomly found my "secret blog" on Pinterest!

Bonnilu is an Esty shop filled with SUPER DUPER CUTE earrings!  And prices are reallyyyyy affordable.  (Like $8!)  I mean, how cute are the ones above?  Shop owner Bonnie takes delight in creating simple, but colorful jewelry.  I LOVE how her color choices are playful yet sophisticated.

Shop at Bonnilu now!

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2ChicDesigns is an Etsy shop filled with schnazzy handbags.  These bold designs will make your outfits pop!  Owner Cynthia says, "If you are on a budget, skip that dress and go for a slamming purse (or two) that brings an immediate satisfaction to your outfit, and uplift your spirits.

 Like you, I fill many roles in my world. I am Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Sister, and Friend. I have a full-time sales career, and since 2003, I have made designing handbags my niche.
 Each handbag is crafted by hand in my smoke-free studio, and your custom orders are welcomed as well."  

Check out her Facebook page for special promotions.

The Serena Saga is a style blog that features sassy and unique outfits by Serena.  I love her spunky style!  Some notable outfits for you to check out are her pink midi skirt and leopard tank, her snakeskin pants, and her orange pink and leopard ensemble.

Morgan blogs over at Mama Loves Papa about marriage, family, faith, and her four adorable children.  Read about their adventures over at Morgan's blog!

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Here's the bottom line: If you haven't read Merrick's Art yet, you need to go do that right now.  Merrick is a whiz with the sewing machine and offers fantastic, EASY tutorials on how to refashion garments or how to make your own clothes.  Check out one of her latest tutorial on a refashioning a blazer!

If you would like to sponsor Putting Me Together, see the Sponsor Page for more info.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Expensive Looking

Top: Old Navy (shopsimilar)  |  Navy Blazer: H&M (shop similar: one, two, three)  |  Jeans: Loft  |  Bag: Target (similar)  |  Heels: Target (shop)  |  Necklace: Forever 21 (shop)

This outfit transitioned beautifully from my long meeting yesterday straight to Thai food with the husband.  My favorite--both Thai food and the hubs.  Even though all of these pieces are from Old Navy, Forever 21, Target, and H&M (all of my most shopped at stores!) this outfit felt expensive.   I was trying to figure out why.  Maybe it was that my top wasn't t-shirt material and the blazer fit well and had a special touch of striped lining on the cuff of the sleeves.  Or maybe it was that the necklace, though it cost $6, seems more expensive because it has a strip of leather woven in (closer look here).  Or maybe because my purse feels a little expensive with its hardware and rich color.  Or all of the above?

I used to spend a lot of time trying to crack the code on why some outfits seem expensive when they're not, but I didn't have a style blog back then to document it and now I've forgotten.  Looks like it's time to figure that one out again!  Any thoughts on how to make an outfit feel/look expensive without having to buy expensive items?

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Fashion Find: Leopard Scarves

I've had SO many of you ask where I got my leopard scarf.  Mine is from Old Navy, but they don't sell it anymore.  I found a few other options for you--all of which I think are so cute!  If I didn't have one already I would go for any of these.  (Resisting the urge to get #4!  I totally don't need two leopard scarves!)

Here are the links:
  1. Charlotte Russe
  2. Arden B
  3. Nasty Gal 
  4. ModCloth
  5. Tommy Bahama
All are under $30 except for one of them.  And two are as low as $9.50 and $14!  

I hope you find one you love!

Tuesday, October 9, 2012


Top: Forever 21 (shop similar: onetwo)  |  Jacket: Forever 21 (shop similar: one, two)  |  Shorts: Loft  |  Flats: Gap (shop, option #2)  |  Necklace: Forever 21 (similar)

While I accompanied B to Gap the other day, I couldn't help pick up these red flats.  I have a pair of red flats that I've wanted to replace for a brighter hue.  I haven't actually worn these yet because I can't decide if I'm going to keep them.  While the material is really comfortable, they *might* be a tad too small, just for my right foot.  The left fits fine!  I want to try them a half size larger, but that size isn't available in store or online.  :(  They're leather--do you think they'll stretch a little?  What should I do?

Monday, October 8, 2012

An Old Fave...and 2,000

Top: Shabby Apple  |  Jacket: Forever 21 (shop similar: one, two)  |  Jeans: Lucky via Nordstrom Rack  |  Leopard Pumps: Target (shop, similar)  |  Bag: Target (shop similar)  |  Necklace: Forever 21 (shop)

And I'm happy that this wine color is "in" this season (or burgundy, or maroon, or whatever you want to call it.  Anything besides "oxblood"--who thought of that, anyway?)  This bag was my go-to for YEARS until I started blogging, and I've missed it.  The wine color surprisingly went with almost everything I used to wear, but once I started changing my style I didn't quite know how to fit it in anymore.  I'm looking forward to seeing if I can incorporate it back into regular rotation!

On a totally separate note...2,000 Google Friend subscribers?!  Whaaaaaaat?  That's insane!  I remember thinking when I started this blog that I would be amazed if I could ever reach 300.  I want to pause for a moment to say THANK YOU for following along and for all of your encouraging emails and comments.  My heart gets so filled whenever I hear from you guys how you're doing on your own style journey.  When I hear about how your confidence has grown, how you get compliments on your outfits, or how you feel a little prouder walking around, I get so freaking happy for you guys and I'm glad that this blog could be even a small part of that!

Friday, October 5, 2012

October Sponsor Love, Part 1

Hi everyone!  We have tons of sponsors this month, so I'll introduce you to some of them this week and more next week!  

Go Chic or Go Home is an AWESOME, friendly, down-to-earth style community, and it is definitely worth checking out if you are trying to work your own closet!  You can find tons of real-life outfits to inspire you, post your own outfits for your reference, use the virtual closet to help you create ensembles for later and help remix your wardrobe, and earn points towards SHOPPING(!!) at stores like J.Crew, ASOS, and Madewell simply when you comment or upload your own pictures.  Why wouldn't you want to be part of this community?

Here's a peek inside:

GCOGH is definitely something worth checking out if you are trying to work your own closet!  And it's totally free, so give it a shot!

P.S. Check out their Facebook page--they give away free stuff like $50 gift cards to any retailer GCOGH works with--like J.Crew and ASOS to name a couple!

Brittany Smith is a Stella & Dot Stylist who features designer jewelry coveted by celebrities, but affordable for the everyday woman. From statement necklaces to charm necklaces and big bangles, they have a little something for everyone. Empowering women to style their lives is our mantra.

Britt suggests that you check out the Rebel Pendant Necklace, the Nahla Necklace, and the Olivia Bib Necklace!

Morgan Prather Accessories is an Etsy shop owned by Morgan Prather. In her shop you'll find handmade jewelry accessories at affordable prices. Her pieces are simple and modern made for everyday wear!

Tyler Stained Glass Creations offers unique and affordable jewelry.  Check out their cool leaf pendants (one of which I own) and their teardrop necklace

If you're interested in sponsoring Putting Me Together, check out the Sponsor page for more info!

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