Happy February! With Valentine’s Day on the horizon, I’m sharing a Valentine’s Day-inspired look for date night today. I love blush for any time of year and I fell in love with this super soft blush funnel-neck sweater. I love the neckline and the sleeve detail. It looks great tucked in and untucked.
Happy Tuesday! We’ve been staying cozy so far this week after the drop in temperature. This past weekend was so gorgeous- sunshine and temps in the 40’s! It felt like we were living someplace other than West Michigan!
We took the opportunity to get outside and go for a couple walks and also shoot some photos. I can’t tell you how many times last winter I wanted to get out and shoot or we even did go and take photos, but they turned out looking so depressing because of the blue overtone from cloudy skies and cold weather. This winter has been a breath of fresh air after last year’s winter. Read More →
Winters can be tough. Cold temps, cloudy days, snowy roads, dry skin. I would say I enjoy all the seasons, but winters in West Michigan seem a little long after a while. It’s not the cold so much as the clouds that get to me. Today I wanted to share five tips for thriving in winter. Read More →
While I love my winter coat, sometimes I get a little tired of wearing a big coat over every outfit during winter. On sunny days or when the temps peak a little, I like to mix things up and leave my coat at home. Lately, I’ve been reaching for my sherpa pullover on mild temp days. It’s super warm and cozy, and I have a couple other ways I stay warm in winter without a coat. Read More →
I can’t tell you how excited I was to wash and organize baby clothes when I was pregnant. After tidying and organizing my entire home (including my wardrobe) using the KonMari method from Marie Kondo, I was curious how to tackle baby clothes, since that’s not a specific topic covered in the book.
I use Marie Kondo’s suggested method of folding clothes (you can watch her how-to video here) for most of my wardrobe and also my husband’s wardrobe. But, like I mentioned, she doesn’t really cover children’s clothing.
Obviously, some baby clothes can be folded similarly to full-size clothing, like pants for example. But what about the teeny tiny infant wardrobe? What about the elusive onesie with the little snaps at the bottom?
Determined to take my organizing obsession to new heights, I set out for an answer. I was so proud when I figured out the best way to fold an infant onesie, and I’m excited to share it with you. Read More →
Hey, I’m Britney, editor of Starry Eyed Blonde, a West Michigan-based Lifestyle + Motherhood Blog. I’m on a mission to inspire balanced living, organized spaces, easy style, sharing ideas for living life well, and building a community that supports women and moms. We’re all striving to live the good life, one day at a time.
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