Spotlight: Resort A Tori Richard Concept Store

Monday, June 30, 2014




On Saturday I traveled to Mashpee for the Grand Opening of Resort, a Tori Richard concept store in the Mashpee Commons. Tori Richard is a resort + lifestyle company with headquarters in Honolulu, Hawaii that was founded in 1956. The store offers both women's and men's clothing. This is only the second concept store to be open in the United States.


I had such a great time trying on all the clothes, there were so many fun pieces and prints to pick from! Everyone in the store was so friendly and helpful when it came to sizing, and encouraging me to try on something I might have otherwise never tried on and I ended up loving it! Everything I put on was so fabulous; the fabrics were luxurious and breezy, the prints were fun but not overwhelming, and everything fit beautifully. 


The designer, Jessica Burgess, also attended the event. It was so great getting to meet her and chat a bit. I also got to learn how she draws her inspiration from prints and then moves forward from there. This store is definitely on my must visit list if you're at The Cape. You can swing by at 13 Market Street Mashpee, Massachusetts. It's right across from In The Pink in the Mashpee Commons! Feel free to follow them on Instagram and like them on Facebook. Which piece is your favorite? 

Bright and Fresh D├ęcor

Sunday, June 15, 2014

All images via Laure Joliet.

It's such a beautiful Sunday here in Massachusetts. This is the second day in a row I've been able to take Penny Lane for a walk between my foot surgery and what seemed like endless rain. Thanks for sticking with me, I'm hoping to get back into the regular swing of my blog now that I can move around again. I hope everybody is having a wonderful weekend! xx

Bright And Bold

Monday, June 9, 2014



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Memorial Day Sale Roundup!

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Here is a little roundup of some of the sales I am most excited about this weekend! Happy shopping!

Baublebar: 30% off full priced items!
Ends May 26
Code: MEMORIALDAY

J.Crew: 30% off site wide (exclusions apply)!
Ends: May 27

Joie: Extra 20% off sale items!
Ends May 26
Code: MDW20

Lilly Pulitzer: Gifts with purchase!
Any spend: Lilly Pulitzer SPF 15 Chapstick
$250 Lilly Pulitzer Beach Speakers and Chapstick
$500 Two Lilly Pulitzer Beach Towels, Speakers, Chapstick
$1000 Lilly Pulitzer Cooler, Water Bottle, Beach Towels, Speaker Chapstick
$3000 Lilly Pulitzer Paddle Board and all other items
Ends May 26

Loren Hope: 15% off site wide!
Ends May 26
Code: 3DAYWEEKEND

Rebecca Minkoff: 20-30% off!
Ends May 26


Beauty Review: Macadamia Oil

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

I was sent a variety of products from Macadamia Natural Oil to try out. Here is my breakdown of each product I tried: 

I've used a few hair oils in the past mostly argan oils and liked how they worked but haven't been super blown away by any of the products that I've tried. I was expecting more of the same from this product but I kind of fell in love. First of all, it smells amazing. I think my absolute favorite thing about it is that it really does help reduce drying time which is a huge bonus for me (on days where I do decide to blow dry my hair) because my hair is really thick and takes forever to dry. It makes my hair soft and silky and not at all oily even on day two which sometimes seems to happen when I've used argan oil products. A little goes a long way. This was my favorite product in the bunch that I tried.

This also smelled amazing and seemed to really nourish my hair. I only had enough to use it once so it's hard to really give you a full review on the product but I was happy with my hair until I washed it again.

This product smelled good but my least favorite smelling product. When I rinsed it out I immediately noticed a difference with how smooth my hair was. Again, this was a smaller sample so I only had enough for one use so I can't really say much more beyond that.

Generally, when I use a cleansing conditioner after I have used it for a few washes my hair starts to look dingy and greasy and I have to alternate cleansing conditioner with regular shampoo and conditioner. When I used this, I didn't use the healing oil treatment because I wanted to see how it worked on by itself and it still dramatically cut down on drying time. It left my hair bouncy and shiny even after a second wash, not oily and gross. Definitely my favorite cleansing conditioner that I've tried so far. I would recommend checking this out if you love the idea of cleansing conditioners but haven't had the best of luck with them.

Pink, White, and Lemon Print

Wednesday, April 30, 2014



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