Last time Matt and I did a couples shoot, so much was different. We were still living 2,000 miles apart which is crazy to think about. I have to say, I like this time a lot better. That said, there is one thing that is similar between these posts. We’re sharing Rockport shoes for him and her again with you guys! Y’all always ask for Matt to make more appearances here! Even though Matt told me he was retiring after this miserably cold shoot back in December, apparently 50 degree temperatures change his mind…
I’m super excited to share something different with you guys today! It’s the launch of an app called Dosh. These days, it seems like you can do everything from your phone. Navigate, pay for your groceries at the market, turn the thermostat down in your home… it’s crazy! But let’s bring it back to what matters to most of us girls: shopping: Whether you’re looking for a cute dress for wedding season or to book your next vacation, you want to make sure you get the best deal. Who doesn’t? Dosh is a new app on your smartphone that lets you do that.
Props to this navy slip dress for spring! One of my pet peeves when it comes to fashion is the lack of adjustable straps. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve tried on a dress only to realize that extra material for the chest is sitting about 4 inches too high. That doesn’t even begin to touch on the number of “dresses” that are more like “short tunics” on my long torso. When it’s really easy for a brand to make a piece of clothing adjustable (i.e. with spaghetti straps), it baffles me when they don’t. Why wouldn’t they want to cater to more people?
Wedges are like joggers. When you first see them, you try to decide if they’re cute or not. There’s a lot of grey area there. In the world of emojis, they’d get a one eyebrow raise face. Then, you see them styled cute on someone and you’re like “okay, maybe”. Say you’re bold enough to go try them on. Then you realize you don’t have to sacrifice comfort for height and you’re sold! HELL. YES.
I imagine this is also the thought process when crazy old ladies decide that wearing crocs is a good idea. Mom, please stop wearing crocs. And sorry for calling you out! However, the idea of wedges is a really good one. Here’s the disclaimer though: it depends on the wedge.
Truth be told, I used to hate wedges. Going through sorority rush I looked at our recruitment team like “are you serious?” when we were instructed to wear wedges for one of the days. As of late, wedges have come a really long way though in terms of cuteness. I definitely have my favorite brands that continue to deliver year after year. Before we dive in, here is this week’s recap of posts including a pretty amazing giveaway!