I’ve decided to do a post every Friday called “Friday Favorites.” I have always loved the weekly posts that some of the blogs I follow do, and I’d like to try to do the same here. I thought that every Friday I would simply post something that I like and want to share. I’ll mainly focus on home decor and fashion, featuring items or trends that I love or that speak to me. And I’d love your opinion! Let me know what you’re interested in seeing, and please give me feedback on what you’ve liked or not liked.
It is possibly my favorite time of year (besides Christmas)….. awards season! I love all the awards shows, from the Golden Globes to the SAG awards, but let’s face it, there’s nothing like the Oscar Awards! They are the Cadillac of the awards shows; the one every other one aspires to be. For the last ten years, we have gotten together with the same couple and I look forward to it every year. We have cocktails and appetizers (of course!), and we spend a lot of time critiquing dresses and speeches. But the funnest part is the ballot thing. I admit, I am very into it. Starting about a week before the show, we spend time explaining to my kids that there is no talking (like the movies) and try to emphasize that “this is mommy’s Super Bowl.” Haha! I told you I was into it;)
It’s that time again! Spring is in the air, at least here in Los Angeles. And though I know we need more winter (here in LA that equals more rain!), I am so looking forward to spring dressing. There is something about spring, with it’s focus on renewal, that just makes you want to “wake up” your wardrobe a little!
We just watched the movie “Tuck Everlasting” tonight (we had never seen it before). Wow! It was really good. It’s always so hard to find good movies to watch with my kiddos and this was a great one. I always love movies that have something to teach my children. However, finding one that is also well-written, entertaining, and doesn’t come off as “preachy” can be challenging. But this one is all of that. I loved the story line, and the fact that it was life-affirming. There was one quote from the movie that I especially liked….
I thought I would start out today talking about wardrobe “investment pieces.” Many of you have heard the term before but don’t really know what it means or how to apply it to your closets. I’ve also had a lot of friends ask me, “How do I know what to spend on and what not to? And what if things go out of style?” Well, I’m here to (try to) clarify all of that for you!