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Bumble BFF Brunch

Friday, July 28, 2017 / , , , , , ,

Last Sunday I teamed up with Bumble BFF in hosting a brunch for some of my old and new friends alike. We gathered at Ocotillo Phoenix for some sangria, cocktails, food, and what was obviously about to be a lot of laughs. I towed in eight gift bags, a bouquet of sunflowers and daisies, and two teeny-tiny succulents. 




As we waited for the other girls to arrive, we ordered a few pitchers of red sangria and fruit salads.



For the ladies who didn't already have the Bumble BFF app, I helped them download it and set up their profiles! I always describe it as the dating app for friendships; it gathers all the girls in your set mile range and you can go through their profiles, see their interests, and chat if you feel like it. This is really great for people who are solo travelers, moving to a new state, or if you're like me, always looking to meet new people!





Opening the gift bags was definitely a highlight of the brunch. I spent all morning wrapping and filling the keychain size Sriracha bottles, so I was definitely pleased to see all the smiles! The gift bag itself was a yellow tote bag that says "B U M B L E", a denim, "LUCKY BEE" baseball hat, a mini Sriracha bottle, an adorable heart pin that reads "QUEEN BEE", a candle, two shimmer lip balms, and I just had to add an organic honey stick to play up on the whole bumble bee theme. 







We finished off the brunch with cocktails that all happened to be both pretty and pink, while we made plans for the near future. Maybe New Orleans? Or a casual pool day?

Photo credit: Natalie Allen
















Kipling x UO

Friday, July 21, 2017 / , , , , ,




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Photo credit: Eunice Beck



Pulled on Pink

Monday, July 17, 2017 / , , , , , ,




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Denim Daydream

Thursday, July 13, 2017 / , , ,

For whatever reason, I refused to wear denim in high school. I wore nothing jean until the last half of my senior year. Now looking at my overflowing denim drawer I don't quite understand what my problem was. I think I had this notion that denim was boring and over-done, but something this classic could never be "over-done."  



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Lucky for my denim addiction, Urban Outfitters has literally every wash and fit you could possibly want. Whether you want true blue, bleached out, or black; skinny, boyfriend style, or straight leg, they have it all. You know what that means... Urban Outfitters is my one stop shop. 


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I can't even imagine not wearing denim now. In fact, I wear it almost daily.

Photo credit: Eunice Beck

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