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It’s that time again!! Summer is just around the corner and personally, one of my favorite things to do is host parties for family and friends and honestly, what’s better than a party bar right by the pool?
Last week I went shopping at Buffalo Exchange and got a ton of cute outfits and accessories, all at affordable prices! Buffalo Exchange now has dozens of locations all over but for those who don’t know, they are a resale store that buys, sells and trades clothing. It’s a great way to give your past fashion favs a second chance at life while scoring yourself some store credit or cash! I’ve been shopping at Buffalo Exchange for years and it never disappoints! As usual I came home with way more stuff than my closet can hold right now but like I always say… don’t tell Chris. 😉 Kidding… but the point here is Buffalo Exchange is a great shopping experience because you can find trendy and fashionable items, even designer in great condition, at a fraction of the price at high-end retailers. Find your nearest location here.
If you follow me on Instagram and Snapchat, you’ve probably noticed one of my favorite shows is AMC’s The Walking Dead. Chris and I watch it religiously and the last couple seasons, I’ve started doing my own cosplay of some of our favorite characters, including of course… Daryl Dixon.
My sister loves boho and rustic home decor. For Christmas this year, my grandma wanted to get her a jewelry organizer and we couldn’t find what we were looking for so I decided to make a DIY project out of it and design one myself! I started with this triangle wooden organizer from a shop on Etsy. The wanderlust stickers, mirrored decals and decorative cow skull are all from Hobby Lobby including the little flower crown out of some embellishments.
Now if you ask most parents if they’d let their child paint their favorite movie characters on the walls of their room… pretty sure they’d laugh followed by a “heck no” type of response. Not my parents. For some reason when I was fifteen and asked if I could paint the likes of Jack, Sally, Lock, Shock and Barrel on the walls of my bedroom, they actually said YES!