Summer to Fall Transitioning with YOOX


And here we go again, yet again moving into another season as quick as the last one came. As I get older it seems that the seasons change quicker and quicker and especially living in Michigan, the cooler seasons seem to linger a bit longer than the rest. Summer, can you last a day longer please?

With that said, I'd like to think I've become pretty clever at choosing statement pieces that are great not only for transiting seasons but also wearable throughout the following months. Today I've teamed up with YOOX to style a bold fall forward look -- YOOX offers tons of beautiful hard-to-find clothing and accessories for men and women from the world's most prestigious designers. After browsing their site, I fell in complete love with this Free People Patched Jacket. You all know I love a good print and this jacket makes for the perfect fall statement that every girl needs in her closet.

Why I love printed jackets so much is because, you can take any simple outfit and make a look much more elevated and trendy by just simply throwing it over your shoulders -- Makes it easy and effortless. But don't stop there, kick it up a notch and go wild. I love styling for fall because the layering options are endless. Pair similar toned prints with the jacket and voila, you have a show-stopping look that will last you all season long!




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OOTD ROUND UP!

Y'all. A month flys by doesn't it?! Here is a round up of some of my recent favorite outfits  I've posted on Instagram with a little of my graphic design flare added! This past month I've been all about styling head to to editorial looks. Pulling current trends mixed with past trends and re-discovering a few of my favorite things!












Pinterest Apartment Decor Inspiration

The time is here! I'm 22 going on 23 and finally moving out of my parents house. I'm very lucky to have such a welcoming and loving family who would have me as long as I'd want however, I'm excited to finally venture out on my own!

For those who are new, hey! & if you didn't know, when I was in college I commuted. Honestly, my senior year of high school I really wasn't sure where I wanted to go or what I wanted to do. I knew I wanted to do something creative and decided to apply to art school. The school I applied to was only about 40 minutes from home and so I decided to make the commute and do a bachelors in three years instead of four. 

Fast forward 5 years later from high school and two years since college, the time is finally here! Don't get me wrong, I don't regret for one second staying home. It's honestly been so great to save and finally save up for somewhere nice and worth moving into! I've gotten so many questions asking if Tyler and I are moving in together. Tyler and I are not moving in together! He is still in Optometry school and I work two hours south - We have been doing "long distance" for the last few years (even though I wouldn't necessarily say that haha). BUT one day :)

Long story short, I'm super excited to share this next chapter of my life with y'all! I've been a "fashion blogger" for about four years now and I'm really looking forward to incorporating way more lifestyle and home decor posts! If you have any recommendations of posts or even videos you would like to see, please do let me know!

Moving on to todays post, I've been on Pinterest at least three times a day the past few weeks trying to get some inspiration for my new place! There are SO many ideas and options and some of you on Instagram have reached out saying you are about to move as well! I'm excited to be on the journey with you! As you know, my style is more on the bohemian side and I'm also a bit of a print freak. I'm not exactly sure if I'm going for one certain style of decorating, but I guess we will have to wait and see! So without further-ado, here are my top apartment decor inspiration photos I've found via Pinterest!

KITCHEN:


My new apartment will be pretty small-ish. When you walk in, you will walk into the kitchen which leads right into the living room. My idea is to play off the island bar with some fun bar stools. and possibly a tiny table. I love the idea of wicker stools and playing around with mixed textures / prints. Keeping it fresh and fun!


LIVINGROOM:


The plus is that I already have an awesome Burrow couch that is going to look amazing in my space! My thought it to do some sort of accent wall, whether it be with photos or a printed removable wallpaper! Of course lots of plants and fun decor.


BEDROOM:


COZY! Maybe it's just me, but I love my bedroom to not only look fresh and cozy but to BE fresh and cozy! Creams and whites always give off that vibe to me. The ONLY thing I'm a little bummed about with my new place is that the bedroom carpet is this greyish black color. Kinda kills my vibe since the kitchen and living room is wood, but I'm thinking to do my best with allll the rugs!


BATHROOM:


I'm super pumped for bathroom decorating. Is that weird? I will actually have a half bath AND a master bath so I'm pretty excited to be honest. For the half bath since it's only a sink and toilet, I'm thinking something super fun and tropical themed with a faux print brick or tile wallpaper, along with printed towels and plants! I would love to carry that into the master as well by finding an awesome statement shower curtain!



xoxo Lisa


Leukemia & Lymphoma Society



Happy Monday y'all!

Today is a super special post that I'm teaming up with KAS New York on to take part in their #KASCares campaign! I was asked to think of a non-profit to donate part of the sales to and didn't think twice before picking the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society - LLS.org

As majority of you guys know, I don't share too many personal things here on social media however, back in 2017, my mom was diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL). CLL is a type of blood cancer that begins in the bone marrow and is watched over carefully with lots of tests. It develops from a type of white blood cell called B cells. It progresses slowly, usually affecting adults. Best news of all, many people with CLL live good-quality lives for years and years with medical care. It's never a fun thing to hear that someone so close to you, let alone your mom, is diagnosed with something that may not be curable. In recent years, new therapies have been approved and other possible new treatments are being studied in clinical trials. Progress toward a cure is under way. 

Bad news is never fun however, there are tons of ways to go about looking at it. It definitely has taught me that life is way too short not to live it to the fullest (as cliché as that sounds). It's taught me to continue to be kind to others and others who I may not know because, it's indeed true when people say "you never know what someone is going through". This type of news is a great reminder to take days, day by day. There is no sense in worrying about the future -- "Worrying won't stop the bad stuff from happening, it just stops you from enjoying the good" --  "Staying positive every single day, and enjoying all the little things".

I'm so thankful for this opportunity to share with you all. If you or someone you know is going through something similar, you're not alone! 

If you guys are interested in donating to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society -- For every purchase sold on kasnewyork.com, they will donate a portion of each sale to LLS.org! & if you happen to buy, A HUGE personal thank you from not only myself but my mom Linda as well! And if you don't happen to purchase anything / aren't able to, please know that even just reading this post means the world! I'm thankful for each and everyone of you!

Be sure to take a look below at some of the items I'm wearing via KAS!

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xoxo