Now that spring is just around the corner, I figured it was time to share these photos from the winter 🙂 Truth be told, I haven’t been feeling that inspired style-wise and I was feeling unsure of what to share. I want my blog to be a place for you to come for new & fresh style and travel ideas. I was starting to feel like my posts were looking a bit too much like everyone else.
Also, I have and have been focusing on some other projects – like The Little Pueblo – an online shop that sells handmade goods from Oaxaca, Mexico. We’re still working hard to get the website exactly how we’d like it, but have been selling online and in person at places like the Columbus Flea. We’re hoping to have some pop-up’s around Columbus this summer.
It’s a bit hard to believe that we’re already a quarter of the way through the new year. I’m certainly excited for the longer days and warming weather, but time is flying by.
I was super excited when Keep Nature Wild reached out to me and offered to send me some of their products.
Not only do I love every single one of their products, but they also have a great mission of cleaning up. Keep Nature Wild is a brand that picks up one pound of trash for every product sold. To date, they have picked up over 190,000 pounds of trash. Their motto is to “leave it better.”
What I’m Wearing
Lost at Last T- Shirt by Keep Nature Wild
Cactus & Pine Bandana by Keep Nature Wild
Hat – old from Forever 21
Ball Drop Earrings from Amazon
Chenille Sweater – old from Loft