i’m not sure how fair it is to call “black and gold” a trend. it’s such a classic combination. so does it quality? either way, here ae some black and gold pieces inspired by august’s “stay gold” planner girl provisions box.
the palm leaf trend
today’s trend stems from (pun intended?) the palm tree and pineapple trends that have taken over our lives. first and foremost, i’ve got to say blanch from the golden girls was rocking the palm leaf print on her bedroom walls before any of us were out shopping for it! but now that we’re all over it, here’s where you can shop for some of my picks.
this trend is similar to my other favorite fruity trend–the watermelon. these strawberries are a little more high end though! check out the outrageous prices on some of these beauties below.
the spice girls would be proud!
girl power has been trending yall. (yes! finally!?) ever since the women’s march after trump’s inaugration, thousands–even millions–of women have become more loud and proud of their gender.
most days, this trend makes me feel triumphant. but other days, i question why it’s taken so long. or if it might fade away over time like other trends. for now though, i’m feeling good about it. so here are my favorite girl power goodies for your shopping pleasure.
luck be a ladybug!
being a lady is always in fashion. but being a ladybug? also good! click through for a round up of all the ladybugs i’ve been spotting while online shopping.
the out of nowhere dinosaur trend
dinosaurs have taken over high and fast fashion alike. and just tell me how adorable one of these fabulous dinosaur keychains would look hanging off your planner! in addition to those darlings, which are by designers like coach and YSL, the dinosaur picks below also include some trendy topshop and modcloth picks. take a look to find some dinosaurs for your budget!
i’m not a beauty blogger…
i am NOT a beauty blogger. but, i like looking pretty and put together as much as the next girl. so, i have been dabbling in learning proper makeup application. for instance, there are such things as “primer” and “setting powder.” one goes on first, and one goes on last. and it would be awful to confuse them!
but i never met an infographic i didn’t like!
in fact, i’m digging this nifty infographic by makeup savvy on the order of makeup application:
there’s plenty of more where that came from.
if you like basic primping without too much fuss, you may like my latest pinterest board.