No. 1. Beach days
The past week found us going from snow days to surf lessons and it was heaven! We had some Netflix filming on the slopes in Utah, and then an install in California, so we decided to make the most of our travels and enjoy a few days as a family in California. The beach (and Sidecar Donuts) might be our happiest place.
No. 2. Studio McGee lifestyle shoot
The teams collaborated on a shoot for upcoming lifestyle features, and we were all definitely loving the fresh spring feeling! I just bought these espadrilles and I know I will be wearing them on repeat all spring.
Jean Lace Up Espadrilles
Fisherman Platform Espadrille Sandal
‘Caldes’ Linen Wedge Sandal
See by Chloe
Glyn Platform Espadrilles
Canvas Espadrille Wedges
No. 3. Target outdoor collection
The newest Studio McGee x Threshold collection is out! This outdoor collection was centered around creating a cozy oasis in your outdoor space with attention to detail and textures. Here are the items I just purchased for myself!
Rectangular Earthenware Tray
Outdoor Throw Pillow Guava
Abrasive Glaze Jar Candle Citronella
Outdoor Lumbar Pillow Green
We have this from last year and it’s still one of my favorites:
Wicker & Metal Patio Egg Chair
No. 4. Spring sweaters
I have been loving this sweater and have already worn it so many times! Perfect for these days that are getting a little warmer, but not quite warm enough yet. And the color is beautiful.
Nestle Up Half Zip Sweatshirt
Kenzly Pullover Sweater
Atwater Crochet Sweater Tee
Embroidered Cable-Knit Cardigan
ASTR the Label
No. 5. Full, fluffy brows
Another beauty product I’ve been obsessed with lately is the Revitabrow eyebrow conditioner and serum. I have been religious about applying it daily and I am seriously noticing results! That paired with the Patrick Ta eyebrow gel The Buy Guide recommended, and I feel like the post-partum eyebrow thinning has finally been properly combated.
Advanced Eyebrow Conditioner & Serum
Major Brow Lamination Gel
No. 6. Site visit
A little update from a very large project here in Utah:
No. 7. An unexpected styling piece
I got a lot of questions about whether or not the object in this photo was a tumbleweed…the answer is yes! If we can style with coral and driftwood, why not a tumbleweed? I love natural and organic textures, and that my kids can’t break it if they run into the pedestal. You should have seen me pull over on the side of the road and load it up into my car. 😉
XO – Shea