Wardrobe Wednesday: Mint + Lace

Just some spring inspiration.  And yes, I know I have an obsession with anything coral AND anything from Lush! Mint + Lace by shaunamccarthy featuring kenneth cole reaction tote bags Uniqlo collared shirt / NIC ZOE floral skirt / Jute shoes / Kenneth cole reaction tote bag / Anne klein watch / Banana Republic silver … Continue reading

Wardrobe Wednesday: French Pink + Pearls

I just bought this lovely skirt from J.Crew Factory and had to plan a French-insipired outfit around it.  Now, if only it were safe to go without tights!  This will be the first outfit I wear when the temperature breaks 55! Wardrobe Wednesday: French Pink + Pearls by shaunamccarthy featuring blue and white mugs Blumarine … Continue reading

Wardrobe Wednesday: Spring Prints

It’s about this time of year that I start to get antsy with the winter.  It’s too cold, we’ve had too many snow days, and I’m done!  (Well, after my last ski weekend I’m done…hehe).  Anyways, I start showing my excitement for spring way too early, but that’s my prerogative!  And it can be yours … Continue reading

Wardrobe Wednesday: Quirky-Happy

Wardrobe Wednesday: February 26 by shaunamccarthy Monsoon pink sequin sweater / Dorothy Perkins black knee length skirt / Merona opaque stocking / Rupert Sanderson ankle strap high heel pumps / Candie s polka dot bag / FOSSIL leather wrist watch / Ann Taylor bauble jewelry / Miss Selfridge beading earrings / J Crew j crew … Continue reading

Clicks, Links, + Tweets

February vacation is almost over for us Bay Staters!  Although many of us might be dreading heading back to school on Monday, it will be good to get back into routine.  Before you do, check out what I’ve been doing on the lovely Internet this week.  Happy clicking! + Tech Tuesday spotlighted Math Champ Challenge, a Common … Continue reading

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