Wednesday, May 30, 2018

What's Up Wednesday

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Can I just say that I am super excited that we are inching closer and closer to Summer?! I love the summer. We spend our weekends at Lake Tahoe basking in the sun and enjoying so many BBQ's. The end of May means we are just that much closer to Summer!!! 

What's Up Wednesday


Sunday: Out camping we had a big pot luck with smoked tri-tip. It was amazing!
Monday: Pizza
Tuesday: Beef enchiladas with Mexican rice
Wednesday: Korean beef bowls
Thursday: Take-out. I am getting a pedicure for my sisters wedding.
Friday: Take-out. I am getting my hair done in prep of my sisters wedding.
Saturday: Grilling something in Graeagle.


My own wedding. My sister is getting married in 10 days and I can't believe that Rory and I are coming up on our 5 year wedding anniversary. Tonight we have my sister's final (I think) dress fitting which means it is getting real. 
golf course wedding

golf course wedding
Sisters (and now I get to be her bridesmaid)


Well I recently got the No Poreblem and I LOVE it. It goes on smoothly, doesn't feel heavy at all and gives my foundation an airbrushed look. Seriously, buy this stuff. I was hesitant, but now I need it as my base.

The cardigan that I talk way too much about. I am wearing it on repeat and I need all of the colors.

My new bow sandals from ON. They are super cute, comfy and such a great price.

We celebrated Mother's Day, I went to my sister's Bachelorette weekend getaway and we have been spending as much time outside and at the park. May went by super quickly, but what month doesn't fly by.


There isn't much to dread when Summer is on its way.


Trying to get things together for our yard/garage sale, helping my sister with any last minute crafts for her wedding, trying a new workout routine and working on a new blog design.


Our first Graeagle trip of the year, my sister's wedding and lake/beach days!!


So I finally finished The Wife Between Us. I know, took me like a million months to finish it. It's not that I didn't like it, but it hadn't pulled me in until I got farther in the book. I did enjoy it, but it wasn't my favorite. I would give it 3 out of 5 stars.  Now I am reading The Kind Worth Killing and I like it so far. It is about a man who is getting ready to fly from London to Boston when he meets a woman in the airport lounge. They get to talking and Ted tells Lily that his wife has been cheating on him and he just found out. Ted jokes that he wants to kill his wife and Lily wants to help him. It is seriously really good so far.

As for TV, I have been watching the same things, but some of them finished their seasons: Riverdale, Grey's Anatomy, Silicon Valley, The Americans, Famous in Love, Evil Genius, 13 Reasons Why season 2, Bachelorette and West World. I am super excited for the Affair to start next month.


Sirius XM. Any podcasts to recommend?


Summery clothes. I have been wearing sandals on the regular other than when it has been raining.


Saturday is my FIL's birthday, so we are celebrating him and going to Graeagle for our first trip of the year!!!


Pretty much the same things as what I am excited about. Graeagle, my sisters wedding and some beach time in between.


Well, my team just got another big case and I am going back to Europe. We are thinking in August or September, but we shall see. I can't wait to share more details on that later.


I am all about the caprese salad. Especially with a big juicy heirloom tomato and local balsamic vinegar.
Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Memorial Day Weekending

You know when you have a really good weekend? Well, I just had a great weekend. Minus my cold that is not getting any better. Boo. But I totally made the best of it and definitely have a smile on my face today. How was your weekend?

Friday after work, we grabbed some lunch and then went to Target to pick up a few things we needed at the house. But we were mostly there to kill some time. That is definitely dangerous, but we managed to escape with a few essentials. Then I dropped Rory off to get his haircut and I went to Total Wine to get wine and beer for the weekend of camping.

After I picked Rory back up, we went to our coworkers house to try his home brew (beer). It was really good and we spent an hour and a half just chatting and sampling his beers. Then we went to a local boutique to look at a purse I had been eyeing. But when we arrived, they didn't have it anymore. They only had it in their Tahoe store. We went into another boutique a few stores away since they had the same purse. Unfortunately, I didn't like it as much in person, but walked out with a blush color purse that I am happy with.

Then we went home, unpacked our things and then went out to sushi. My in-laws hadn't seen the girls in awhile since they were out of town, so they picked them up from daycare and had dinner with them. We stuffed our faces with sushi and then Rory dropped me off at a bar/restaurant downtown to meet up with my twin mom friends.

We had drinks at Centro and then went to a bar a couple blocks down and had drinks there. We sat there talking for hours. It was sooo nice to hang out with friends who just get me because they are in the thick of it all too. We walked back a few blocks to another bar and had drinks and danced there. I ended up staying out until 12:30 and taking an Uber home. It was the best night and I can't wait to do that again.
St. James Infirmary

St. James Infirmary

While I was out, I got a text from Rory saying he had a story to tell me about Walter. I didn't think much of it, but it was a big, bad story. Ha. When I got home, there was a candle still burning, but I didn't think much of it. I went to bed.

Saturday morning I woke up and asked about the Walter story and why Walter was still at our house. My in-laws were supposed to take him home with them since we were camping. This is where it gets awful.

We bought two bottles of wine home from Total Wine and put them on the counter laying down before we headed out to sushi. It was in the middle of the breakfast bar. Apparently, when we were gone, about 10 minutes before my in-laws arrived with the girls. Walter pulled the plastic bag off the counter and one of the wine bottle shattered. The other was fine. Red wine went everywhere like someone had been murdered in our kitchen. Wine on the cabinets and on the floor. Then he dragged the bag that had wine and glass in it through the dining room to the living room and onto our couch. All the while, he never cut himself (thank goodness). But it was a huge mess.

Rory didn't tell me about it because he wanted me to enjoy my night out and not come home to that or leave early. So he and his dad cleaned while his mom watched the girls. I guess it took an hour to clean up. They had to wipe down the cabinets twice, pick up all the glass, mop twice, vaccum, spot clean the carpets and wash his blanket that was on the couch.

So I got up and assessed the damage. Our grout is stained in many areas. So I googled how to get it out. I mixed bleach and baking soda and scrubbed it into the grout with a toothbrush. Then I let it sit for 15 minutes, washed it with warm water and then mopped again. I have to throw out the mop head since I am sure it has little fragments of glass in it. Then I had to vacuum the carpets and kitchen twice. The stains are still in the grout, but the carpet and couch are fine. We are going to a local floor place for a kit that cleans wine out of grout. Ugh.

Walter had to be outside for an hour and a half while it was being cleaned. He was a super naughty pup. I am soooo thankful he didn't cut himself and die from it. It was that bad!

So after clean up, we got ready, packed and then headed out camping. We had a two hour drive ahead of us and then we got to relax. It rained off and on the first day, but nothing too bad. We celebrated my cousin's sons birthday that afternoon. He turned 6. That evening, I was exhausted and my cold was ramping up, so I just sat around the campfire talking and hanging out.

We grilled ribs, had some roasted potatoes and a salad for dinner. It was a very relaxing evening. We put the girls to bed late and they slept pretty well.

Sunday morning we got up and I was feeling a lot better. We made breakfast, pancakes and bacon and then hung around camp. The boys played cornhole and a frisbee game where you knock an empty bottle off a stake. It was a lot warmer, so we all enjoyed the sunshine.

Rory and I took a walk around camp and to see how high the river was.
Walker River Resort

Walker River Resort

We all smoked some tri-tips for dinner, so we put that on around 1 pm and just let it sit for 5 hours. At 6 pm, we got everything ready and had a huge potluck with all of our friends from nearby camps.
Walker River Resort
 The girls hanging out while we played some games.

 My cousin brought over the largest bottle of wine for everyone to share.

Walker River Resort
The girls hanging out with their new buddy Evan at dinner.

After dinner, we cleaned up and then started the campfire. We wanted the girls to roast marshmallows and have s'mores for the first time.
s'mores making

s'mores making

s'mores making

s'mores making

s'mores making

The girls loved their s'mores, but not much later, it was time for bed. We put them down at 8:30, but Sutton wouldn't go to sleep. Plus she wouldn't let me go hang out with all the women from our camp. So we had to sit in the trailer with them until they fell asleep which was about 9:30. Then I headed over to the main lodge and had some drinks with the ladies. The lodge closes at 10 pm, so then we headed back to camp and then went over to my cousin's camp. My cousin was pretty drunk, so she was really funny to watch. 

We called it a night at 11 pm since we were exhausted. The girls slept in until 7 am which was amazing. But I woke up with laryngitis, so I couldn't talk much. I tried, but the girls kept asking why my voice was broken. Ha. 

We made breakfast burritos and then packed up our camp. We headed out around 11 am and the girls slept in the car almost the whole way home. Once we got home, we unpacked, showered and cleaned up a bit before my FIL brought Walter home. The girls were pretty unruly that evening and threw quite a few tantrums.

I went grocery shopping, but we had pizza for dinner since I wasn't up for cooking and could barely talk. We put the girls to bed a bit early and then just watched the Bachelorette and went to bed.

How was your weekend?
Friday, May 25, 2018

Friday Favorites

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Thank goodness for Friday and a three day weekend! We are going camping tomorrow and it is supposed to rain today and tomorrow. Ugh, rain go away. But I hope it isn't too bad and we can cozy up in my parents massive trailer if it does rain. What are your weekend plans?

ONE. Yesterday I mentioned that Nordstrom as having their half yearly sale and earlier in the week, I was browsing Nordstrom looking for all.the.things. I found the cutest dress and I am hoping that it is on sale today because it will be in my bag if it is. So cute. You can pair this dress with a cardigan or jean jacket and either sneakers or wedges. It is super versatile and I NEED this in my closet. Do any of you ladies have it?

TWO. I recently tried Starbuck's Cold Foam Cascara Cold Brew and I LOVE it. When I drink coffee, I put a lot of creamer in it. I always feel like I have coffee with my creamer. But the nitro cold brew with a splash of vanilla and cold foam is incredible. Seriously, my new favorite drink there. I also tried the iced blonde espresso cold foam cappuccino and loved it. Definitely my new go-to drinks there. Have you tried it? Am I totally late to the cold brew/cold foam love?
iced blonde espresso cold foam cappuccino

THREE. I installed a new theme for my blog as I am sure you have noticed. I was tired of my old one and the photos were always all wacky. Plus I wanted a cleaner look to my blog. Please let me know if you find any bugs or things I should fix.

FOUR. I was asked by a few people on how I prepare my artichokes. I was going to do a recipe post on it, but it seems like the "recipe" is too easy. So I thought I would share here and if you still have questions, then I will do a post about it.

I prefer my artichokes steamed unless they are the mini artichokes. Then I like them split in half and grilled with lemon.

Let me back up with picking out my artichokes. When I am at the store, I look for ones with a large/thick stem. This means the heart will be bigger. I also peak into the leaves to make sure there isn't a lot of damage from bugs or too many bugs hanging out in there. It happens. I have found earwigs which really creep me out. But mostly, I find little guys that get washed out in the process or cooked and I don't eat that leaf.

To prep them, I take off any tiny leaves at the bottom. I just snap them off. Then I take a pair of scissors or kitchen shears and I clip off the tops of each leaf to remove the poky part. I do this to all leaves except the very top part. I just turn the artichoke on its side and cut them off. Then I cut off the stem so it is flush with the bottom of the artichoke (where the leaves start). Then I take my artichoke and place it in my sink and turn on the water, over it. I let the water get out all the bugs, dirt and clean it out for me.

I can fit two to three large artichokes per pot. I use a big soup pot and fill it half way with water. Once my artichokes are washed, I dump the excess water out and put a good amount of salt on the tops of each artichoke. Then I place each artichoke in the water. The artichokes do not need to be submersed completely. Then I cover the pot and bring the artichokes to a boil. Once they are boiling, I turn down the artichokes to low or a simmer for an hour to an hour and 15 minutes.

To check the done-ness of the artichokes, turn an artichoke over and stick a butter knife in the heart of the artichoke. If it is soft and removes easily, it is done. Simply drain the water, put your artichokes in a bowl and serve them with your favorite topping....butter, mayo, aoli, etc.

FIVE. I am on the lookout for a new purse. I recently bought one from Ivy and Fig after receiving a code for 30% off from a friend. And I don't like it...Like at all. It took 3 weeks to get from placing my order until it arrived at my door. Why? Because it was sent from China. The shipping time isn't what upset me or that it was from China. It is the bag quality which is REALLY poor. The inside of the bag has a bunch of frayed edges where it should be sewn together. Then the outside just looks extremely cheap and the studs are all scrapped. I have paid less money for something that looked and functioned better than this purse. So send me some purse recommendations. I wanted something that was reasonably priced until I could go to a Kate Spade store later on or until my birthday in August.
Ivy and Fig Runaway With Me Tote

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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Memorial Day Sales

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I wanted to share with you some of the amazing sales going on this weekend. I am hoping a few of my favorites will be included in these sales so I can stock up.

Nordstrom is having their yearly half sale. It started yesterday and it goes through June 3rd. I am soooo hoping they have my favorite cardigan on sale.

Sole Society is an amazing place for any kind of shoes. I am always asking others where they got their shoes from and more often than not, it is from Sole Society. I have ordered a few pairs from there as well. Right now I have my eyes on two pairs of sandals, the Mandi and Celvin. The Celvins are perfect for work. Up to 60% off all shoes. Valid through Monday.
Sole Society Mandi

Sole Society Celvin

Madewell. I own several tees and tops from Madewell. I just adore their clothing, but sometimes the price tag sucks. That is why I always wait for sales. And right now you can get 20% off all dresses with the code PRETTYPLEASE. Here are my current favorites.
Madewell Midi Dress

Madewell Sweetwater Dress

Madewell short-sleeve tie-front shirt in rawley stripe

Joe's Jeans. I have a pair of Joe's Jeans shorts and I love them. I got them last year at Nordstrom and wear them all summer. You can get 25% off site-wide with the code SHOPSUMMER.

I have a very similar pair to these. They have a 3 1/2 inch inseam which I was worried would be too short, but it is the perfect length on me. Plus you can unroll them for a bit more length.

Here are some other sales going on:

Macy's 20% off with code MEMDAY, through Monday.

Revolve Up to 50% off of all SALE items.

ASOS 20% off everything with code EVERY20

Serena and Lily 20% of everything using code SUNNYDAYS20, through Tuesday.

Banana Republic 40% off now through Monday.

Ulta Up to 50% off your favorite brands. Now through June 2nd.

Happy Shopping!!!
Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Top 5 Favorite Summer Sandals

Every winter I feel like I count down the days until I can break out my sandals. There is just something about sandals that makes my feet happy.

We used to have a policy at work that we couldn't wear sandals at all unless they were heeled sandals, but that rule has become more lax over the years. Now I fully embrace the sandals on casual Friday.

I am here to share my favorite Summer sandals.
top 5 favorite summer sandals

Bali Elf Sandals - These are my newest edition to my sandal collection and seriously my favorite pair right now. If I had more money, I would buy them in black as well, but the price tag hurts. But believe me, they are totally worth it. They are comfy, super soft and just so cute.
Bali Elf Sandals

Birkenstock Gizeh Sandal - I never had Birkenstocks growing up. So many of my friends did. I just didn't think they were cute, but then I grew up and Birkenstock came out with more updated versions of their classic shoe. That is when I thought I could get on board with them. I know they are unbelievably comfy (once broken in) and now they offer cuter versions. I have the Gizeh sandal and I love them.
Birkenstock Gizeh Sandal

Dolce Vita Sandals - I got my lace up wedge sandals about two years ago for my birthday. They were all the rage and I soooo wanted them. When my husband gifted them to me, I wore them all the time. And I still do. I can wear them with shorts or with a summer dress for date night. Super versatile and cute. They are not offered anywhere anymore, but I found a pair that are similar on that you can get.

Sanuk Yoga Sling 2 Sandals - Do you want the most comfy sandals ever? Enter the Sanuk Yoga Sling 2 sandals. The bottoms are made of out a yoga mat material and the top has the softest ankle strap. I have two pairs of these (black and tan with aztec print) and love them. I wear them out camping, walking Walter and just around. They even hold up after getting wet over and over again.
Sanuk Yoga Sling 2 Sandal

DV Gladiator Sandals - I purchased these sandals at Target last year and now they are on clearance for $19.98. Such a steal. Anyways, every time I wear these, I get compliments on them. They are cute, comfy and zip on the side. That means they fit people even with high arches, like me. And they go with everything.
DV Gladiator Sandals

Thank you Dara for this post inspiration.
Monday, May 21, 2018


Another weekend has flown by. This weekend was a pretty good one. We squeezed in some playground time in between storms and thundershowers, the girls got a haircut and we went to our first Food Truck Friday of the season.

But now the rain is back and it is supposed to be like this all week. Ugh. Rain, rain, go away.

Anyways, our weekend start off early as we got a phone call around 10:15 saying Sutton had thrown up in the playground at school and we needed to go get her. So we told our bosses and headed to the girls daycare. When we arrived, Sutton was in the front area waiting for us with her blankets and her cot. She wanted to lay down, so they brought her everything. She didn't have a temperature, but we didn't want to risk her sister getting sick too, so we took Sutton and left Avery at school.

We headed home and took her temperature again and it was in the 98's. Then we stripped her down and gave her a quick bath. She told us she felt fine, but we wanted to wait it out a bit before deciding what to do.
three year old toddler

After hanging out for a bit and getting her laundry started, we decided to go grab some lunch and go to Costco and the restaurant supply store. We kept asking her the entire time if she was feeling ok and if she was feeling sick to let us know.

We went to a Greek place for lunch and it was soooo good. Plus it was near everywhere we needed to go to.
three year old toddler
She insisted on wearing her Pepa sunglasses inside.

Then we took her to the restaurant supply store for the disposable cardboard style to-go boxes, so we can use those at work instead of tupperware that keeps warping. Then we headed to Costco for several item and then took Sutton home for a nap.

She napped until 4 pm. I picked up Avery around 3:20 and grabbed us some coffees on the way home. Then we hung out for a bit and checked on the weather constantly. It was the first Food Truck Friday of the season and we soooo wanted to go, but a storm was rolling in. We decided to chance it and walked to the event (it is maybe a mile away from our house). It was pretty windy the whole time, but we were able to walk around, get some dinner and gelato and have a drink (wine for me, beer for Rory). We headed home around 6:30, so I could give Avery a bath and get the girls to bed. 

That evening we started Evil Genius on Netflix (per Emelia's recommendation). We made it through an episode and a half before going to bed.

Saturday morning we got up and I gave the girls cereal while Rory went to a local plant sale. He grabbed scones and coffee on the way home for us to enjoy. Then I did some cleaning before getting ready. We headed out of the house around 10 am to go to Pottery Barn for some new towels. I have had the same towels since my bridal shower and it was time for an upgrade. We also looked at couches while we were there, but didn't buy one. Then we took the girls to the park to burn off some energy.
toddler park time
We love this park, but don't get to go that often since it is on the other side of town.

toddler park time

toddler park time

Then we grabbed a quick lunch at In N Out before heading to the salon to get the girls hair cut. It was the first time they had a haircut since November 2016. If you read my blog on Friday then you saw that I was going back and forth on how we should cut it. Just a trim or go for a little bob. Well, after talking to Brittany, she recommended we go with the bob. She showed us where their mature hair was and their baby hair was and said if we cut it just below their shoulders, it will grow out fast and more evenly. That won me over and I said to cut it. 

The girls didn't want their hair washed in the bowl, so she just sprayed it with water. They did sooooo good at the appointment. No tears, no flinching. Sutton went first and I took a ton of photos to commemorate it.
toddler hair cuts

toddler hair cuts
 They wanted "sassy" hair like mommy.

toddler hair cuts

Next up was Avery. She did just as well as her sister and couldn't wait to get her hair blow dried. Brittany gave me advice to blow dry their bangs after a bath to tame them, so we have been doing that ever since.
toddler hair cuts

toddler hair cuts

toddler hair cuts
 She grew up several years it feels like.

toddler hair cuts

We took the girls home and put them down for a nap. They went to bed later, so they slept later. While they napped, I headed out to the grocery store and then to Honda to get a free tank of gas. Can't beat that with our crazy gas prices here.

When I got back, the girls were up and so we played a bit and then I started making dinner. We had taco bowls with cauliflower Spanish rice. The rest of the evening we relaxed as it rained hard outside.

Sunday morning we got up and made bacon, eggs and bagels for breakfast per the girls request. After getting ready, we went to the park since there was a break in the rain. Plus it was really warm out.
toddler park time

toddler park time

toddler park time

After the park, we headed back to the grocery store for more bread (ours had some mold on it and I didn't know that until after I went to the store), more cheese, jelly and a few spices that I used up when I made the taco bowls.

Then we headed home where the girls had peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for lunch. Rory went to a friend's house and I started making sugar cookies. I didn't get very far as I had to put the girls down for their naps. They slept hard again. I made the cookies, watched a bit of season 2 of 13 Reason Why.
chewy sugar cookies

The girls napped until 3 pm. They got up and I painted their nails. Once those were dry, we headed outside to play on bikes, scooters and their Jeeps. Then I went inside to prep the artichokes for dinner and make the marinade for the halibut. Rory and I had pan seared halibut with rice and artichokes. The girls had chicken nuggets, rice and cheese. This halibut recipe is soooo good. Plus it is super easy to make.

After dinner, I bathed the girls and then we relaxed until it was their bedtime. Then we did the whole bedtime routine. There was a break in the weather, so Rory took Walter on a walk and then I painted my nails. Pretty easy and chill evening. We watched another episode of Evil Genius and then went to bed.

How was your weekend?
Friday, May 18, 2018

Friday Favorites

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Happy Friday all! We are over here getting sick of the rain and hoping for some sunshine this weekend. Though it is looking like more thunder showers. My dog hates the thunderstorms, so please oh please go away. We don't have a lot on the agenda this weekend which is nice, but I know the next few weeks will be jammed packed.

Onto Friday Favorites and Happenings.

ONE. This weekend we are finally getting the girls haircut. I set this appointment up almost a month ago when I was dead set on chopping the girls hair off. Now I go back and forth on it. I want it to grow, to grow more evenly and not look as stringy, but I also don't want to regret cutting it. Ugh. The struggle is real. Right now I am opting more for the bob cut right around their shoulders, but that means taking a ton off the back (they have mullet style hair, ha). I just don't want to cry and regret it. Yes, I know hair grows back, but this is their baby hair. My husband wants to just trim it, but that won't take care of the crazy hair. Decisions.

TWO. Have you heard about the company Primary? It is kids and baby clothing that is in the primary colors. They are all simple, but so cute. My girls have a few pairs of pants and long sleeve shirts from their line, but are in desperate need of some summery clothes from there. Plus these clothes fit them so well and are long enough. Do you know how hard it is to find pants that are long enough for my girls, but still fit their tiny waists? Hard. These are in my basket right now. (This isn't sponsored, I just love these clothes for my girls)
Primary Hoodie
Primary Slub Slim Tee
Primary Slim Tank
Primary Track Short
Primary Under Short

THREE. Remember last weekend how I said I ordered the Halogen Long Cardigan? Well I got it Tuesday and I immediately wore it on Wednesday to work. I LOVE that cardigan. It is light which means it is perfect for Spring through Fall, is a flattering length and soft. I know want one in every color, but with the price tag, I think I will order another and then wait for them to go on sale. Seriously, this is a must have. I am getting the navy this time and I hope it will pair perfectly with my new dresses from Target (one of which already came).
Halogen Long Linen Cardigan

And if you want something a little warmer (aka your office gets super cold like mine does), they have a ribbed version that is thicker and just as cute.
halogen long ribbed cardigan

FOUR. Wednesday evening I had my eyelash appointment (it has been about three weeks since my last one), but it wasn't until 5:30. That gave me time to go to Sephora and then next door to Old Navy. I needed more foundation since mine is nearing the end and I also wanted to get the No Poreblem. I have heard great things about it and definitely could use some smoothing out, aka hide my pores.
No PoreBlem

Here is my foundation...I absolutely love it. It has SPF 35 in it, goes on smoothly, lasts all day and has amazing coverage.
Dior Forever Foundation

FIVE. As I said in #4, I went to Old Navy. I wanted to check out the bow sandals everyone keeps talking about. I had seen similar ones at Walmart which were only $7, but the quality didn't seem that great and the strap cut into my foot (I have high arches which might explain it). I had checked online before leaving work and the location I was going to had two pairs in black left. I went in and tried on my usual size 8 and it fit, but my toes were all the way to the end. So I tried on a size 9 and they fit perfectly. I would suggest sizing up because I am a size 8 in every shoes I own, but they are definitely cute and didn't cut into my feet, so I bought them.

Right now you can get them for 30% off using the code Lucky, but it does end tonight.

I am linking up with AprilA Little Bit of EverythingMeet @ the Barre and Cup of Tea.

Have a great weekend!