Recently. Captain Morgan invited me to participate in a recipe challenge. They sent us a box of stuff, and some of their new rums. The challenge was to make a punch using one of their new flavors of rum – Grapefruit, Pineapple, or Coconut. We ran through several ideas – all of which were really good, and will make amazing cocktails, before remembering the punch aspect.
See…punch is meant to be made in a big ol’ batch, and doled out to people. When we scrapped everything we were thinking, and came back to basics, we hit upon Passion Star punch.
Memorial Day is basically known as the unofficial start of summer. School’s out for most people, and the weather is warm. Usually. It seems like this year, we’re having a bit of a cold snap in the Midwest, but that won’t stop our weekend.
One of the things you need for a really great summer is a really great swimsuit – or two or three. It seems, though, like swimsuits have taken a ridiculous jump in prices. $145 for a swimsuit ON SALE? No thanks! Luckily Target has come to our rescue with these fab mix and match swimwear pieces.
The other day, we did a roundup of great outfits for girls from The Children’s Place. These outfits all averaged under $10 each, and were stylish and super cute. As I was putting it together, I knew that we needed to do a collection of boys’ outfits from The Children’s Place, too.
Why is it so hard to find cute stuff for boys? Well, hopefully, I’ve helped eliminate some of those problems with these 10 outfits that average out to be under $10 each. The total cost on these items comes to right around $112. Then use one of the coupon codes that The Children’s Place always has for an even better discount!
Striped Shirt ($16.95) // Striped Tank ($4) // Retro TV Graphic Tee ($5) // Rock Fest Graphic Tee ($7) // Black Jeans ($12) // Coral Shorts ($14) // Colorblock Chino Shorts ($14) // Roll Up Pants ($14) // Slip On Beach Shoes ($15) // Bold Color Flip Flops ($3)
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Style on Main is all about fashion and beauty for real people. Let’s face it – we’re usually shopping at Old Navy, Kohl’s, and Macy’s. We love the capsule collections that Target releases, and we stayed up all night to get an item from the Lilly Pulitzer/Target collab. It’s okay!
Sometimes, though, you just have to say eff it, and splurge. I may have had a $500 handbag in my shopping cart and a credit card in my trembling hands over the weekend, before I was talked down from the ledge. These are a few of the shoes that are totally splurge-worthy! Rawr.
1. Alice + Olivia Dina Printed Pumps ($295) 2. Giuseppe Zanotti Roz Platform Wedge sandals ($795) 3. 10 Crosby by Derek Lam Tansey Sandals ($355) 4. Sophia Webster Amma Aztec Sandals ($995) 5. Michael Kors Lace Up Open Toe Sandals ($550) 6. Isabel Marant Johanna Studded Leather Sandals ($299) 7. Maison Margela White Velcro Hi Top Sneakers ($968) 8. Valentino Knee High Gladiator Sandals ($1495) 9. Prabal Gurung Embossed Toe Cap Pump ($890) 10. Sophia Webster Suki Pineapple Print Jelly Sandals ($375)
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There was a time when I loved nothing more than making everyone I knew a new scent. My mom would come home from work, and she’d have a whole new perfume wardrobe. Some she liked, some she didn’t care for so much. She’d never let me know that, of course. But all of the fragrances were made from quality ingredients.
Fast forward about 15 years. Essential oils are in the mainstream consciousness again, and here I am. Making fragrances for myself and a few lucky people. I’m sharing one of my recipes with you. This is one I call Summer Breeze. Why? Mainly because it needed a name. That’s how I roll.
Summer is right around the corner. The days are changing from warm to HOT. People are getting their BBQs ready. You no longer need to bring a light jacket with you. School is almost out, and we’re planning our summer travel. These great Summer Quotes will help get you ready!
There are millions of people in the US alone that suffer from LBL. Are you one of them? Do you even know what lbl stands for? I have to admit, the first time I saw lbl, I was like “WTH are they talking about?!?” Once I figured it out, though, I knew. I just knew.
LBL, or light bladder leakage affects more of us than you know. Like when you’re coughing or a sudden sneeze catches you off-guard. Or how about that moment when you’re enjoying a great laugh with your friends and “oh! Gotta go!” happens. Yeah…not so fun then, is it?
When I was a kid, my grandmother used to wear espadrilles when she mopped the tile. I always thought that was so strange, but I guess her reasoning was that the twine made her steadier. I don’t know, seems like a weird reason to me. Anyway, her espadrilles were these great platform shoes from the late 1970s or early 1980s that she got on a trip to Mexico. And I thought they were awesome.
What’s old is new again, and vintage retro has been having a heyday for a minute now. Espadrilles seemed to have been kind of overlooked in this renaissance, though. Never fear. Espadrilles are back in a big way, baby. Each of these pairs is under $75, with most under $50.
1. H&M Slip On Espadrilles ($25) 2. Jessica Simpson Leather Espadrilles ($63) 3. Charlotte Russe Laser Cut Espadrilles ($39) 4. Madden Girl Maui Espadrille ($60) 5. Old Navy slip On Espadrilles ($23) 6. Michael Antonio Anabel Sue Wedge Espadrille ($48) 7. Halogen Sabine Espadrille ($70) 8. Marina Espadrille Wedge ($30) 9. American Eagle Bermuda Espadrille ($25)
Are you adding a new pair of espadrilles to your wardrobe?
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I don’t usually do a lot of kid related posts, as it’s just not my forte. You see, I just don’t have many children in my life. I have no nieces or nephews. I don’t have children of my own, either. All I have is my friends and co-workers kids.
Recently, though, a co-worker mentioned that they were trying to find some great clothes for their kids. After asking a few questions, and assessing some styles, I knew we could handle this.
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Way back when, I always wanted a personalized necklace. This was when Sex and the City was on, and Carrie had her name necklace, and I thought that was the greatest thing. Of course, having a name like Greta means that you don’t often find personalized items readily available. I looked into having one made, and it was prohibitively expensive.
Fast forward (unintelligible) years and here we are. Name necklaces, and other types of customized jewelry items, are now readily available for everyone. oNecklace has all types of customized necklaces that you can order, including name necklaces.
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