Nov 7, 2014

Lego Theme Room

As an auntie of Lego fans and mommy of a future Lego fan, I totally fell in adoration with this room. When Savvy Baby is ready for a big boy room, this gal will have so much fun decorating, with his help of course.  Thinking outside of the box, instead of a traditional side table, this designer used Husky tool chest (ONLY $109 each) as bedside table which will fit any car/plane themed room. When it is no longer needed, these can be recycle as tool chests in the garage.
This Lego themed car bedroom is not too difficult to achieve. It is cute without going over the top.  To further enhance the Lego theme, I would glue Lego pieces around picture frames for the wall and on the tables.  Or, use Lego :pieces to spell out a name or words on the wall. What is your dream theme room?

Aug 7, 2014

Style Up A Simple Tee Dress

Since the arrival of Savvy Baby, I have stored away half of my wardrobe as these pieces don't take well to spit up milk, and drool. My new rule for clothing is if a washer can't wash it, I ain't wearing it. With that being said, I still believe the importance of putting myself together everyday because it always makes a gal feel and function better. I found this dress which can double as a long tee at H&M the other day. I picked up a couple more in different colors after discovering it was SO comfortable and flattering. At $9.95 a piece, I don't care if Savvy Baby spit up or drool on me. To dress up the dress, I used a scarf as a belt to create that waistline and add a pop of color. What about you, how do you dress up a simple dress??

What I am Wearing: H&M Tee Dress, Versace scarf