We are nearing the end of the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale (last day is July 31st), so I thought I’d share my favorites items still in-stock. Surprisingly, most of my favorite pieces I ordered early on are still very much available, including a few items from this outfit. I’m detailing this outfit along with sharing more favorites still in-stock below.

Reiss Coat xs – This coat is stunning! I think it’s sold out, but thought I’d share in case it comes back in-stock. It’s hard to tell if it’s navy or black, which is the only downside. I just wish it showed more navy. It 100% reminds of my Anine Bing Dylan coat – not lined, but moves and lays beautifully.

All Saints Leather Tote – This tote is the same style as the woven summer tote I got from All Saints last month. It’s much smaller, though. You can see it on me it’s still a good size if you’re petite. The 2 strap option is why I love this bag so much. It’s a game changer, especially when you’re a mom.

Vagabond Boots 6 – I snagged these during last year’s NAS and can officially say, I found the perfect fall/winter black bootie. These pair so well with straight-leg jeans as the shaft is snug and high. The leather isn’t overly smooth or soft, so you can get a lot of wear out of these. I’ve even worn them in the rain and dirt and they’ve held up well.

Madewell Straight Jeans 23 – One of my favorite pairs of jeans right now are part of the sale. I got these a few months ago and love the straight fit! They’re not overly straight or overly big anywhere. They do have a very high rise, so something to note. I sized down.

More Favorites Still In-Stock

Special thank you to Nordstrom for partnering on this post.

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To kick off Nordstrom Sale’s Public Access , I’m sharing my big try-on post today! This was only half of my order. Lots of pieces are still trickling in, so I’ll add to this post as the sale goes on. As always with this sale, if you’ve been eyeing something that has sold out, I would keep checking the site as pieces go in and out of stock all the time. You can see my video try-on’s of these pieces on my Instagram Stories today.

Vince Boots 35 – These boots are stunning! A polished, smooth leather that really makes these more dressy. The 35 fit comfortably and from first try-on, they’re super comfortable. The square toe is different for me, but it’s a nice change. The shaft is long enough to wear under straight leg denim, which is a must for me.

Sweaty Betty Pullover Jacket small – This jacket runs small, so sizing up to the small worked perfectly. Love the magnetic collar closure and draw string pull to cinch the waist. Really love the gray jacket.

Nike Sneakers 6 – I believe these are sold out, but in case sizes trickle in I thought I’d share my thoughts. These are a nice white/neutral sneaker. As with all my Nike sneakers, I size up to a 6. From first try-on they seem super comfortable.

Sweaty Betty Green Jacket small – This jacket runs more TTS, so I exchanged the small for an xs. Love a good set and these pair perfectly with the green leggings. A full zip with a large collar which I’m always a big fan of. Feels super nice on the skin.

Sweaty Betty Leggings xs – These 7/8 leggings hit right at my ankle and they’re super comfortable. I’m very picky with my leggings and these are great! Soft and suck you in and not overly stiff or small anywhere.

La Ligne Cardigan xs – Can never pass on a striped knit, right? This cardigan is so pretty. Love the navy and white against the cognac buttons. The cardigan is more stiff and snug, so I exchanged for a small.

Vince Cardigan xs – This cardigan is also stunning, I love the crochet detail. Another small cardigan. I exchanged the xs for a medium since I like more room in my sweaters. You can wear it as a cardigan or button it up and wear it as a pullover sweater.

Halogen Coat xxs – This is a heavy duty coat, weight wise, so great for winter. It’s definitely a full length coat for my 5ft frame, but I don’t mind it all, in fact, prefer it. Arms are lined, but the body of the coat isn’t. Sleeves are rolled once but nothing crazy. The arms actually run more narrow, which is a nice change for coats.

Reiss Coat xs – This coat is stunning! I think it’s sold out, but thought I’d share in case it comes back in-stock. It’s hard to tell if it’s navy or black, which is the only downside. I just wish it showed more navy. It 100% reminds of my Anine Bing Dylan coat – not lined, but moves and lays beautifully.

All Saints Leather Tote – This tote is the same style as the woven summer tote I got from All Saints last month. It’s much smaller, though. You can see it on me it’s still a good size if you’re petite. The 2 strap option is why I love this bag so much. It’s a game changer, especially when you’re a mom.

French Connection Sweater xs – White sweaters are hard to find for fall and winter, so when I find a good one, I always snag it. The xs fits really well. This is a tunic style without being overly long (slits on the side). The arms run short and narrow, which I happen to like. One of the few sweaters I don’t have to roll the sleeves on. Love the details and mock neck, too.

Nordstrom Sweater Small – I have been looking for a cream cable knit similar to my tan one for a while. I immediately snagged this when I saw it part of the sale. I did size up, but it runs super big. I reordered the xs and there’s still room, but the fit is much better. So, I would say this runs TTS. The cable knit detail is so pretty!

Re/Done Jeans 24 – These jeans are fantastic! I’m not usually big on “stretch” jeans but these are super comfortable and they’re the perfect straight leg style. I have them rolled here, so I would need to cut them, but if you’re looking for a full length straight leg, these are great. My normal size has a bit of room, but it makes them super comfortable.

North Face Green Coat xs – Wanted to make sure I tried on a green coat during the sale, since those seem to be your favorite. This one runs narrow, so size up! It’s lightweight, but still warm, so I think it could be great for layering.

North Face Black Coat xs – I had been eyeing this coat last winter, so when I saw it part of the sale, I snagged it immediately. I was initially drawn to the shorter length. Most North Face coats wouldn’t hit me at the knee. Initial thoughts, it runs very narrow. If you have broad shoulders or just like room in your coats to layer, I would size up. It’s also thin. While I think it’s still warm (I could just tell after wearing it for a while), I wish it was more substantial. Sadly, for PNW winters, I didn’t love this coat.

Rails Dress Small – I tried this dress on earlier this year and knew I needed to size up. I’m wearing a small and would say it fits closer to an xs. Love this dress, it can easily transition from summer to fall. Lightweight and bra-friendly.

Vagabond Boots 6 – I snagged these during last year’s NAS and can officially say, I found the perfect fall/winter black bootie. These pair so well with straight-leg jeans as the shaft is snug and high. The leather isn’t overly smooth or soft, so you can get a lot of wear out of these. I’ve even worn them in the rain and dirt and they’ve held up well.

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While I love discovering new finds every year during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, I also get so excited to see my tried-and-true favorite products included! I love sharing my favorite wardrobe staples and lifestyle products with you all — and it’s even sweeter when you can score them on sale! Today I’m rounding up 11 staple products that we’ve used/loved for years that are included in the sale — from denim and leggings to baby blankets and skincare.

All Saints Leather Jacket US6 – These leather jackets have been a part of the NAS for the past couple of years. And they don’t disappoint. I love how relaxed the leather is — many leather jackets are stiff and don’t move, but this jacket has a very worn-in feel, which makes it so comfortable! It does run really small though. I’m in a US6 and can easily layer, but I would consider going up to a US8. The sleeves run long on my 5ft frame, but the zipper detail at the wrist allows you to tuck the extra fabric under. I can’t recommend this jacket enough! It also comes in two other colors this year.

Rag & Bone Retro Sneaker 6- I bought these sneakers last fall and reached for them all winter long, too. They are super comfortable and several suede colorways are included in this year’s sale. I sized up to a 6.

Barefoot Dreams Blanket-  We snagged this blanket a few years ago, and Harper loves it so much that she uses it as her comforter in bed now. She loves how cozy and soft it is. I really love this neutral color too!

Little Giraffe Luxe Baby Blanket–  We got this blanket during the NAS sale a few years ago and we all love how cozy it is. It’s on the smaller size, but would make the PERFECT gift and great for newborns.

Tucker + Tate Girls Briefs– Speaking of Harper, our favorite underwear for her is included in the sale! A 5-pack of hipster briefs for under $12 and they come in many colors!

Zella High Waist 7/8 Leggings xs- These have been my go-to leggings for years now! They are lightweight, but still suck you in. The length is perfect for petites and they have pockets on the sides, which I really love (great for holding your phone), and they hold up really well, too!

Frank & Eileen Popover Henley small- I got this top this spring and love it! I sized up to a small to have an oversized fit and it’s comfy and really elevates a basic tee.

Madewell Perfect Vintage Straight Leg Jeans 23- I’ve been testing a lot of different straight-leg jeans lately, and after cutting the hems of this pair, they are my absolute favorite! They are a great thick denim with a bit of stretch. Excited to see them included in the sale at such a great price point. I would recommend sizing down.

Supergoop Glo Sunscreen– This has been my go-to face sunscreen for years now! I love the color/coverage it provides and the way it feels more like skincare than it does sunscreen. This is 100% my warm-weather must-have. It also leaves my skin looking so dewy and pretty.

Stokke Foldable Baby Bath Tub– We used this baby tub for so long with Harper and love it again with Camden! This bath on the sink counter is the perfect height for Mike (he’s 6’4”). He’s not breaking his back like he is in the regular bath. We bought the bath with the newborn support, so we have literally been using this since we brought Harper home from the hospital. It folds up nicely for storage and is very portable.

Vagabond Shoemakers Bootie 6 – I snagged these last fall during the sale and can officially say, I found the perfect fall/winter black bootie. And they’re at such a good price and they’re comfortable! These are the perfect bootie to wear with straight-leg jeans as the shaft is snug and high. I would typically stay away from wearing a higher shaft with skinny jeans or leggings, but these will work with black leggings to skinny jeans. The shaft is snug so it will help keep your pants tucked, too.

Zella Joggers xs – I’ve had these joggers for years and years now in b — and they’re fantastic! They are soft, stretchy, great quality and work on petite frames. The price is great, too! These are more of a mid-rise. I know many of you prefer mid-rise, so these would be perfect for you.

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I was planing on getting this post up sooner, as you know the good stuff sells out fast, but I had family in town and didn’t get around to it. While pieces have sold out, there’s still lots of good stuff that I ordered still in-stock. I actually just started unboxing some of my order and there’s a few things that have already caught my eye that I want to point out.

This leather jacket feels like butter. It’s SO good. I got the US 6 and it fits nicely. These baby slippers are amazing! I got them for Cam for the winter. This dress is great! It’s one of those pieces that you can wear now, but will transition to fall beautifully. This cardigan is dreamy. Love the attention to detail and of course the stripe print. This work out set (leggings, jacket) is super cute and petite-friendly. Love the green color too! This tote is a such a great find! It’s smaller than I anticipated, but if you’re petite and looking for a great tote that doesn’t overwhelm your frame, this one is great!

I’ll be sharing more once I try everything on and get more of my order. Stay tuned for my big try-on post later in the week.

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The Nordstrom Anniversary Sale Early Access for Ambassadors is here! Nordstrom is now allowing everyone to preview the sale early (last week), so I was able to go through the sale and pick out my favorites. From first glance, I’ll say, there’s a good amount of great blazers, denim, and lots of stripe sweaters. For those of you who shop this sale every year, you know the good stuff sells out pretty fast. But, I’ll say there’s enough good pieces this year, I have a feeling you’ll at least snag 1 thing on your Wishlist. Also, Nordstrom will restock with each tier access (mainly early access and public access).

I know not everyone has access to the sale, but for those of who do, I’m sharing more favorites in the LTK app and I’ll continue covering the sale on the blog over the next few weeks. I’ll be sharing what I own already that’s on sale, what I order, try-on’s, and keep updating you on what’s still in-stock worth checking out. The best way to shop my picks is through the LTK app, as we’ll be updating that daily. My big try-on will go live on Public Access on July 15th. Happy Shopping!

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I’m excited to bring my monthly outfit roundup series back! I’ve been gravitating toward elevated, simple looks lately, which has worked perfectly for summer temps and our recent trip to the Bay Area. Give me all the comfortable sneakers, chic sandals, great-fitting denim, cozy sweater layers and textured totes! Check out all outfit details below. (click on any image for full product details)

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It’s officially (and finally) summer in Portland! This season is all about simplicity — give me all the breezy basics, comfortable slides and easy dresses. I’m so glad you all are loving so many of my favorite summer pieces too! Today I’m rounding up my top sellers in June. Read on for details of everything — many of the dresses are currently on sale!

Rails Tiered Dress xs- Love that this floral dress is different, but still a neutral. It fits at a midi length on petites and has an open back. It’s currently on sale!

AGOLDE Dee Cutoff Shorts 25- I’ve been searching for slightly longer denim shorts this season, and this black pair is so good. I did size up!

Nordstrom Smocked Cotton Poplin Dress xxs- I love how flattering and comfy this white dress is. You do need a slip, though. It runs oversized, size down.

Nordstrom Linen Blend Dress xxs- This dress is such a great fit — flattering and comfy! I love linen for hot temperatures. It also comes in white.

Quay After Hours Sunglasses– I always get questions about my Quay After Hours sunglasses. I wear these to death – they’re so chic and affordable. My original pair are very old (hence no logo on the frame), but I also picked up the more glossy pair recently that are polarized.

J.Crew Tied-Back Striped Dress 0- This dress comes in several colors/prints and is so comfy and pretty. Can be dressed up and down. Has an open back and is currently on sale!

Splendid Slide Sandals 6- These slides are a great under $100 dupe for my Aquatalia slides and are so comfortable. The smallest size is a 6.

J.Crew Side Cut-Out Dress petite xs- Another great J.Crew dress find! This one fits super well, has pockets and is so flattering! It’s currently on sale and comes in so many colors!

Schutz Acrylic Heels– I just picked up these acrylic high heels and love how flattering they are. They have a chunky heel and leather sole. Such a great go-to heel for summer dresses/events.

AGOLDE Riley Chewed Hem Denim 24- I’ve been loving this denim! It’s very soft, comfortable and fits TTS. The cropped length hits right at my ankle.

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I’ve shared about my breastfeeding journey here and there on Stories or in my Monthly Updates over the years, but I haven’t sat down to really talk about it in detail. After being 6 months into baby #2, I thought now was a good time to reflect and I’m excited to be partnering with The Lactation Network to do so. The Lactation Network is fighting to create a world where all parents have equal access to the vital information and resources they need to best care for themselves and their children, working to improve the fourth trimester for the better through lactation support and resources, all through health insurance.

Breastfeeding is 1000% a journey. It’s probably the most demanding thing I’ve ever done in my life. Thankfully, my body and my babies took to breastfeeding really well, so while physically it’s been amazing, mentally and emotionally it’s been a lot. Today, I’m sitting down and sharing my experience with both Harper and Camden, and sharing more about the resources available to help any mamas out there on their breastfeeding journey.

As a first time mom, one of my biggest fears was breastfeeding. I heard all the horror stories from fellow mamas in my real life and on social media. Getting the latch right, supply issues, tongue tie, lazy sucklers, mastitis, clogged ducts, cracked nipples. While this was one of my biggest fears going into motherhood, I also didn’t know what I didn’t know. I didn’t look into finding a lactation consultant beforehand, I didn’t research different breast pumps, I didn’t know how to make my breastfeeding experience a positive one. I even went to prenatal and birthing classes… yet, no one ever said anything about breastfeeding classes or seeing a lactation consultant beforehand.  

With Harper, she latched right away after she was born, so we thought, this is great. But, once we came back to my recovery room, it all kinda went downhill. Harper would latch, but I think my milk or colostrum was slow to come in (I think all the meds had something to do with this). Nurses kept telling me to hand express, which again, I didn’t know about. Finally, once the lactation consultant came in (day 2), we started to make some progress. She recommended we supplement, so we were introduced to donor milk (just another thing we had no clue about). She also taught me how to use my pump. So, while I pumped to help my milk come in, Mike would finger feed Harper donor milk. Keep in mind, I’m also exhausted from being in labor for 24 hours and just recovering from a semi-emergency c-section, so as you can imagine,  it was A LOT.  

Mike and I reflect now and we always say how thankful we were for that lactation consultant at the hospital. She turned it all around for us. She put us on a schedule, taught me how to use my pump, taught Mike how to finger feed, showed me different positions based on my nipple and baby preference, introduced me to a nipple guard/shield (for my inverted left nipple). I think Mike ended up only finger feeding a couple of days when we got home and then my milk came in and Harper latched wonderfully. 

So now that baby is latched, milk is in, and baby is nursing beautifully, everything is great right? Ha, not so much! This is where a lot of the unknown comes into play. I dealt with engorgement and over-production, which I had no clue about or how to manage it. Harper also had a little bit of eczema, so you start thinking, “is it something I’m eating.” She also had a little bit of reflux, so again, you’re trying to eliminate possible foods from your diet. And you’re also trying to figure out if baby should be more upright when feeding. I mean the list goes on and on of all the second guessing. Keep in mind, you’re also trying to figure out if your baby is getting enough milk. And then a few months down the road you’re wondering if your supply dropped and the best ways to get your milk production back up. There’s SO much that goes into breastfeeding that people don’t talk about. And, I had quite the “easy” journey.  

All of that and I haven’t even talked about the mental journey you go on while breastfeeding as a first time mom. The constant second guessing yourself, plus postpartum hormones and recovery, plus the sacrifices. Not to mention, breastfeeding can be very lonely and isolating. You basically have a baby attached to your body for what feels like ever. And a good portion of that breastfeeding is likely done alone. And then if you’re exclusively breastfeeding, which is what I did with Harper and doing now with Camden (he refuses to take a bottle), you can’t be without baby for longer than 3-4 hours. And if you’re using pumped milk, you have to make sure you’re pumping on schedule to keep your supply consistent. Did I mention those early days and all the night feedings? See how mom’s needs can get lost in it all? This is a very tricky time because you’re your baby’s life support, but you also need to put your needs first and make sure you’re eating, drinking, resting, and overall doing your best to fill your own cup. This is a very tricky balance that, to be honest, didn’t really come until baby #2.

Looking back, I would say Harper and I’s breastfeeding journey was amazing. She exclusively nursed for 18 months, which was longer than I intended (12 months). It was hardest mentally in the beginning because it was just so demanding and so new, but as time went on, it really became just part of our days. I had a flexible work schedule, which made our journey 100% possible. Were there stressful times, 1000%, but I’m so grateful we got through it as a family.  

With baby #2 and all that experience, you’d think my breastfeeding journey with Camden would be a breeze, right? One of the things that kept coming up when I was pregnant was,”what if my body doesn’t produce milk like it did last time?” Breastfeeding fears all over again. Thankfully, you have the experience and you’re able to prepare a little better and ask for help ahead of time to help ease the fears. I started hand expressing and using my Haakaa right away in the hospital and I was producing so much colostrum that we didn’t need to supplement. I had the nipple shield ready to go for my left inverted nipple. We nursed so much in the hospital that Camden was already a pro. And my milk came in beautifully, just like it did with Harper. We definitely had a better start with Cam, but every child is different and different issues arise. 3 of the biggest issues we had with Camden when we got home were lots of spit up, lots of poop, and bad eczema. All of which can be attributed to my milk. So, there were lots of days stressing over what I was eating. Once this all sort of worked itself out (took a few months), the worry and stress lessoned. I also overproduced, but luckily I was able to regulate my milk within 10ish days. 

While I was fortunate enough to have great latches with both kids, an abundant milk supply, a pump supplied to me by my hospital, and access to a lactation consultant at the hospital, I know that’s not the case for everyone. Breastfeeding can be hard and we as new moms need all the support we can get. So much is not talked about and so much is left on us as mothers to figure out on our own, which is why I’m excited to introduce The Lactation Network. The Lactation Network is fighting to create a world where all parents have equal access to the vital information and resources they need to best care for themselves and their children. TLN’s mission is to make lactation support accessible and inclusive. Through education, connection, and advocacy, they foster a network of inclusive care, where moms and International Board Certified Lactation Consultants empower each other to thrive. TLN is the go-to source for lactation education, a one-stop shop for lactation products and services, and a key initiator of lactation health awareness. Through The Lactation Network, you’ll find insurance-covered lactation care and breast pumps, education and advocacy, and unlimited access to education resources. 

Harper, Camden, and I are so blessed that our breastfeeding  journeys have been so pleasant and wonderful, but even so, I would have loved to have something like The Lactation Network when I was struggling or had questions. Breastfeeding struggles are SO REAL whether it’s the latch, the supply, or the mental load and I’m SO here for lactation health awareness. If you’re a new parent, expecting mother, or know a new mom who’s looking for help with breastfeeding, I would highly encourage you to check out The Lactation Network

Special thank you to The Lactation Network for partnering on this post.

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This week officially kicks off summer! Oregon has had the worst spring in years, so we haven’t had a ton of summer-like days. We’re really looking forward to sunshine and warm temps ahead. In honor of summer, I’m excited to share a big Nordstrom haul with you. Think summer wardrobe staples and all at really great price points. I found some really great pieces I’m excited to add to my summer rotation – these sunglasses are a great designer dupe, love how simple these sandals are, and this sweater is my latest favorite. Read on for the rest of my haul and thoughts.

Treasure & Bond High Neck Tank xs – These high-neck tanks are very on-trend this summer. This one from Treasure & Bond is a great affordable option. I’m wearing the black in xxs and the white in an xs and I would say the xs fits better, so these run TTS.

Halogen Square Neck Tank xs – I love a square neckline! This tank reminds me of a bodysuit. It’s thick and stretchy, so feels really good on the skin and sucks you in. It has a built-in bra too. If you want to wear bra with it the straps are bra-friendly. This can easily be dressed up or down.

Treasure & Bond Rib Tank small – I was initially drawn to this nude color. I sized up to a small thinking it would run tight, but it doesn’t. This runs TTS and I should have taken the xs. Super lightweight and great for summer. Love the ribbed details too.

Sea Level One-Piece Swimsuit US4 – I love this suit, just need to size up for my boobs. Really adore the square-neckline, it elevates a simple black one-piece. It has underwire and lots of support, but if you’re bigger chested I would size up. Bottom isn’t too cheeky either.

BP. Tank xs – This is such a cute, lightweight tank for summer. I ordered both the xs and xxs and the xxs fits best in the straps. The tank seems super small out of the box, but when you put it on it’s perfect. Very lightweight, so great for warm weather.

Caslon Shirt xs – This is a cute white blouse/shirt. Simple with small details to make it fun for summer. I would recommend sizing down. I’m in the xs and the xxs would fit a lot better with it still having an oversized fit.

Treasure & Bond Linen Blend Sweater xs – White, linen, lightweight sweaters are always a hit this time of year. I have a few I LOVE from another brand, but it’s no longer available. This one has a very similar vibe. It’s lightweight and breathable and one of those layers you can throw on top of anything. I’m in the xs and it runs big, so I would say size down.

Nordstrom Collard Stripe Sweater xs – LOVE this sweater! I ordered both the xs and small and the xs (seen here), fits best. It still has a comfortable oversized fit which is a must for me when it comes to sweaters. I love a collar and this one can be worn up or down. The collar and color gives it that nautical vibe which is perfect for summer.

Nordstrom Popover Blouse xxs – I don’t normally gravitate toward “silky” blouses, but thought I’d share this top for those who are headed into the office. The fit is fantastic, just make sure you size down.

Free People Linen Shorts 0 – These shorts! They’re SO GOOD, but a bit big even in the smallest size. You can see, I’m wearing them with a belt here which totally works. I’m debating whether or not I’m keeping them. I think with a wash and dry + a belt, they could totally work, but nervous to wash them if they don’t work and can’t return. They’re the perfect long length and just so elevated and chic.

Nordstrom Linen Shirt xs – This linen shirts run fairly stiff, I wish the collar was a little looser for a more casual vibe. With that said, with wear, it may end up loosening up. This shirt runs oversized, which I don’t mind, but it does run long. It can double has a beach coverup, which could be a good or bad thing depending on what you’re looking. Because I like my shirts to be oversized, I wouldn’t size down in this one.

Treasure & Bond Gingham Dress xs – I’m a sucker for a gingham dress and this done does not disappoint. It has that gauze-like fee and it’s super flatting. I should also mention, it has pockets! It’s maxi length on me, but with a wash and dry I think it would shorten just a tad. This is SO GOOD for summer!

Nordstrom Shirtdress xxs – I totally thought this was a cotton shirtdress, but it has that more “silky’ vibe. This isn’t something I would wear per se, but the fit is great and it’s petite-friendly.

Halogen Cap Sleeve Wrap Dress xs – This is a great dress for the office. It is a little heavier, so just keep that in mind. The xs also runs big, so I would say size down.

Haviana Sandals 5/6 – I can’t believe I’m back in Havianas. But, I love the simple look, especially paired with more “smart” outfits. They’re super comfortable, which is an added plus. I will be living in these!

BP. Thong Sandal 5 – This style is something I told myself I would never be caught wearing, lol. But, I have to say, I love the way they dressed up a look, but still have that very simple vibe. If you’re looking to try this trend, these are a great option at such an affordable price. I got the 5 and 5.5 and the 5 fit perfectly, so they run TTS.

Open Edit Linen Shorts xs – I’ve always loved the long tailored short look, but never really could pull it off. I have to say, I love these! Longer than my normal long shorts, but the legs are slimming, which is a must! The white is semi sheer, but it comes in a handful of other colors. I really love the fit on these.

BP. Cat Eye Sunglasses – The BEST dupes! These are a designer dupe and I’m obsessed! I can’t recommend these enough and for only $15! Great for small faces, too! These are the sunglasses I’m wearing in all these photos.

Special thank you to Nordstrom for partnering on this post.

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Finally getting around to sharing the kid’s summer wardrobe picks. The selection for both little girls and baby boys was actually really great. I shopped from my normal go-to stores, Gap, Zara, and H&M and actually found some great pieces at Carter’s (which is new to me) and J.Crew girls. H&M girls was a huge miss last year, but this year they got the memo that not all families love unicorns and rainbows. I found a handful of great neutral pieces and linked them below along with everything else I ordered.





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