Chilly mornings, warm afternoons, blustery winds, warm breezes. Rain and mud, sunshine and clear skies. Spring has it all. I live in the Northeast so Spring has it's own challenges of melting snow (possibly more snow; you're never really safe) and temperature swings of 40 degrees on some days. I think the hardest part for me is footwear. I want to wear light floral fun outfits, but often the mucky yucky roads prevent it. Here are 5 must have shoes for Spring and how to style around them. The great news? They're all available at Target and are all super affordable. I know clothing capsules have become popular, but creating a shoe capsule can be great too. I find that once a season changes I tend to rotate the same shoes over and over. So if I HAD to narrow down my shoes to 5 choices, these would be the ones that make the cut!
I remember just knowing. My fiance and I had driven three hours to check out an RV listed on Craigslist. It was in rough shape for sure. It was behind an auto shop and we had to climb around some tree branches and snow banks to get into it. Once inside we discovered a partially done floor, a stripped down closet where the bathroom was and brown, brown, and more brown everywhere. In spite of the outward (and inward) appearance, I just knew that this was our RV. I knew that with some elbow grease and faith we could turn this into the tiny summer home that we had always dreamed of, and so a week later we made the three hour drive again with my dad to bring her home. While I did slightly underestimate the amount of work it would take, we were able to renovate our RV on a serious budget and turn it into the RV of our dreams. While I could go on and on, here are the five budget friendly things that I think made the biggest impact in our renovation.
Last minute St. Patrick's Day plans? You won't have to spend a pot of gold, I've rounded up some looks that you can find right now at Target and Old Navy.