Happy Leap Day! You know what that means…an extra day to post the monthly “favorites” post that I totally forgot about this month! (I get an A for honesty, right?) Below, I’m rounding up my favorites from this month in lots of different categories, from more favorite bloggers I love to keep up with, to (you heard me right) a pizza grilled cheese recipe. Let’s do this, y’all.
Favorite Blogger: Julia Engel of Gal Meets Glam
This girl just gets me. I don’t think any of you would be surprised to hear that she’s everything I aspire to be as a blogger. (Only partially because she went to the NYFW Kate Spade presentation) She confidently owns whatever she wears, whether she’s rocking a festive feather skirt, or making a statement with her hair tied in a bow from an old Chanel bag. (Don’t we all wish we had those laying around?) She nails the girly-girl look with an edge that is all her own with every single post.
Follow her gorgeously curated Instagram feed here.
Favorite Trend: Off-The-Shoulder
There is something so gorgeous and feminine about an off-the-shoulder look, highlighting one of my favorite features: the collarbone. Although it’s only February, I’ve started picking up a few of these tops here and there because I just can’t resist! Pair these with a light spring scarf to make them work on chilly days.
Click through below to shop some of my favorite picks!
Favorite Moment: Leo winning his first Oscar
All I have to say is that it’s about time. Congratulations, my forever-crush.
Favorite Recipe: Pizza Grilled Cheese
*Sobs quietly* It truly does exist. I’ve got to give my boyfriend credits on finding this one, because my life will never be the same. Recreate the easiest meal ever with this foolproof recipe.
Favorite Quirky Find: Soludos ‘Jason Polan’ Espadrille Sandal
Maybe it’s just me with spring break on the brain, but I can’t get enough of Soludos espadrilles lately! I recently purchased these with vacation in mind, but I might have to splurge on this quirky ‘Wink’ pair pretty soon! This style is in collaboration with quirky artist Jason Polan, all of the designs representing NYC’s street food scene, with a few other off-the-wall designs in the mix.