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I am a mother and a wife. I love fashion, drinking wine or beer, being with family and friends, I love to travel, I enjoy the outdoors, and a bunch more. I love sharing my journey through this blog. Thanks for stopping by!

Tips To Wearing Bright Orange

I was so excited when I found a bright orange top to wear for the summer! My wardrobe colors change depending on the season. Since it is summer I tend to try to wear brighter colors. Although, white is my default color that I wear all year round.

I realize orange is not everyone’s color and it can be difficult to pair it with other clothes. I actually like to wear bright colors because I have dark skin and it brightens up my skin.

Check out these tips!

Tips To Wearing Orange

  • Pair it with neutral colors like beige, cream, or white
  • Gold, yellow, browns, and blues tend to compliment orange well
  • You can wear the color orange by accessorizing in that color
  • The best way to wear orange is in small doses

 

I paired my shirt with some white skinny jeans and some gold heels. Take a look at the outfit below.

I love how gold looks with the color orange. As you can see in the picture there is a little gold on the top. I didn’t go crazy on accessories. I just added a simple gold bracelet. The back of the top is my favorite part about the blouse. Take a look below.

I like how it opens up in the back, but it is subtle. It’s not too much. The top is perfect to wear in the hot summer months.

The top is from Charming Charlie and the white skinny jeans are from New York & Company. The bracelet and shoes I had already. I hope these tips helped you. Don’t be afraid to try new colors. You never know, you might be surprised.

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Trip To The Varner-Hogg Plantation

We recently took a trip to the Varner-Hogg Plantation which is in West Columbia, Tx. This is about an hour away, South West from Downtown Houston. To be honest, we didn’t know what to expect because the 6 years that we have lived in Houston, we have never heard of the place. I highly recommend this trip for a family trip, or for an educational experience. This plantation is filled with history that is truly fascinating!

Our Trip To Varner-Hogg Plantation

You will be greeted with nice staff in the visitor center where the gift shop is located. That’s where you will start the tour.  They do have self-guided and guided tours. The entrance fee is minimal. Plan to spend up to 2 hours there. The plantation is surrounded by beautiful Pecan trees on a 65.66 acre lot, which features a refurbished Greek Revival plantation house built in 1835.

If you are a history buff or you just love to learn new things then this if for you and your family.

Tips To Consider

  • You can bring your own picnic. They have a designated picnic area.
  • You must ride their bikes! They are a lot of fun. They rent them out for 5 dollars an hour
  • Bring your camera. There are beautiful trees and cottages that you will want to capture on camera.
  • Recommended time to go is in the morning. It can get pretty hot during the afternoon especially in the summer. You will have to walk some.
  • Bring mosquito repellent and a first aid kit. You will have to walk off the path into the grass to see some exhibits.

You can now rent cottages! Check out their website for more information. If you know someone who is engaged or they want to renew their vows, they do have weddings and anniversaries on the property.

We had an awesome time learning about the history of this plantation. It was both educational and fun! I highly recommend this place.

 

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Unique Summer Dress That Is Perfect For The Beach

This week was the beginning of our Summer and we already have our bucket list of things to do. Of course the beach is on our list. I have the cutest unique dress that would be perfect to wear to the beach. I don’t know about you, but I get so excited packing my clothes for the beach. I’ve had to pack clothes to go to many places, but for some reason it’s so easy when I pack for the beach. I think it’s because as long as it looks summer like, and it’s comfy then it’s probably perfect for the beach.

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Tips To Stay Sane This Summer

Summer is exciting and I’m a mom who enjoys her child being home, but it is all too easy to get off to the wrong start. Having your kids home all summer can be exhausting, frustrating, and frankly just plain hard. For the moms who are stay at home moms and for the one’s who homeschool, God bless y’all! Y’all are amazing!

It can be difficult to transition from your child going to school for most of the day during the school week to being at home for 24/7. I am listing some tips that help me. I do only have one child which can be a lot easier compared to having more than one child at home. I do believe these tips can still be helpful.

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The Ultimate Beach Packing List

We love the beach, but as many times we have been to the beach, we always seem to forget something. We have a moment like this, “we should have thought to bring that.” No more worries because I have you covered. The next time you go to the beach just print out the PDF file and check off each item on the list so you don’t forget anything.

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Why A Denim Jacket Is Perfect For Springtime

I’ve had my denim jacket for too many years to count. Denim is really timeless. I can’t see it ever going out of style completely. It’s kind of always made a comeback around. My go to item is my denim jacket especially during the Spring. The weather has been really weird here in south Texas. It’s warm on some days and it’s a little cool on other days, or it’s raining. I think most places are like that. It’s just that I’m so used to it being warm on most days in Texas. That’s why it’s good to have a jacket handy because you never know how the weather is going to be.

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