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Hi Dolls,

Do you ever sit back and think about why some of the things that happen on a day to day basis...happen?  For example, do you ever wonder why you spend 10 minutes looking for your keys when they're staring right at you, in plain sight?  What about when you're running late and realize, as you're leaving your neighborhood, that you left your phone on the kitchen counter and HAVE to turn around to get it?  Oh, here's a good one, what about when your gas tank is on E but you figure you can make it to the gas station in the morning with no problem but then you actually run out of gas one block from the gas station?  No?  None of these things have ever happened to you?  Ha Ha, well all of them have happened to me at one point or another with the latter being the most recent!  Sorry mom!  In an attempt to be optimistic, I always try to look at these "setbacks" as blessings in disguise that were put in place to keep me safe.  
My friend Veronica, who also happens to be my go to photographer, came to my rescue as I was literally 3 minutes from her house.  After a quick session of laughing at the ridiculousness of running out of gas, we added a little gas to the tank then got in a quick photo shoot!  
Every thing happens for a reason right!?!  I had no intentions of showing off this cute lil' number!  Even though I didn't make it to service, this was my outfit for church last Sunday.   It looks like a blouse and skirt, but it's actually a dress!  The detail in the skirt is what drew me in!  The pictures really don't do it any justice as the black roses are made of a felt-like material.  Ohhh the details!
When it gets cooler, I definitely plan on wearing this again with a black or blush cape or a long blazer!  For Sunday service I kept it simple but cute as always!  
These heels happen to be a favorite pair of mine for two reasons!  For one, they're cute and comfy and for two, the name of this pair of shoes is my name, "Katrice"!  I never find ANYTHING with my name on it and to find a pair of shoes named after me is a pretty big deal!  
Dress:  Ross
Heels:  ShoeDazzle
What are some crazy things that happen that slow you down?  I'd love to hear about them!
As always thanks so much for stopping by!
XOXO

Felt Printed Skirt

Hi Dolls,

Do you ever sit back and think about why some of the things that happen on a day to day basis...happen?  For example, do you ever wonder why you spend 10 minutes looking for your keys when they're staring right at you, in plain sight?  What about when you're running late and realize, as you're leaving your neighborhood, that you left your phone on the kitchen counter and HAVE to turn around to get it?  Oh, here's a good one, what about when your gas tank is on E but you figure you can make it to the gas station in the morning with no problem but then you actually run out of gas one block from the gas station?  No?  None of these things have ever happened to you?  Ha Ha, well all of them have happened to me at one point or another with the latter being the most recent!  Sorry mom!  In an attempt to be optimistic, I always try to look at these "setbacks" as blessings in disguise that were put in place to keep me safe.  
My friend Veronica, who also happens to be my go to photographer, came to my rescue as I was literally 3 minutes from her house.  After a quick session of laughing at the ridiculousness of running out of gas, we added a little gas to the tank then got in a quick photo shoot!  
Every thing happens for a reason right!?!  I had no intentions of showing off this cute lil' number!  Even though I didn't make it to service, this was my outfit for church last Sunday.   It looks like a blouse and skirt, but it's actually a dress!  The detail in the skirt is what drew me in!  The pictures really don't do it any justice as the black roses are made of a felt-like material.  Ohhh the details!
When it gets cooler, I definitely plan on wearing this again with a black or blush cape or a long blazer!  For Sunday service I kept it simple but cute as always!  
These heels happen to be a favorite pair of mine for two reasons!  For one, they're cute and comfy and for two, the name of this pair of shoes is my name, "Katrice"!  I never find ANYTHING with my name on it and to find a pair of shoes named after me is a pretty big deal!  
Dress:  Ross
Heels:  ShoeDazzle
What are some crazy things that happen that slow you down?  I'd love to hear about them!
As always thanks so much for stopping by!
XOXO
Hi Dolls, 

 I recently partnered with the local BBQ King, Sonny's BBQ, to celebrate National Pulled Pork Day (here) and they were so kind to gift me with a Sonny's sauce kit!  The sauce kit contained their Original BBQ Sauce, Sweet BBQ sauce, and Classic dry rub!  Although today marks the second year that the National Pulled Pork Day is being celebrated, I decided to share one of my favorite, quick and easy recipes to showcase the Sonny's Sweet BBQ sauce, using chicken.  You can easily do the same thing with Pork Chops!
On those nights when I am super tired but want a home cooked meal, I throw a few BBQ Chicken Breasts together.  This recipe is so easy to follow and when you use thinly sliced chicken breasts it's ready in no time! I basted these babies with Sonny's Sweet BBQ sauce and it was money!  Check out the recipe below!
Sonny's was so generous to provide the a second sauce kit to one of my fabulous readers!  You'll receive the two BBQ sauces and Dry rub!  

To enter the giveaway is always simple! 
 Of course you should be a follower of mine and secondly just comment below with your favorite BBQ dish!  
The giveaway will be hosted on all of my social media channels and I will choose a winner this Sunday!  
As always, thank you for stopping by!  
You guys are the best!
XOXO

Disclosure:  I was asked to participate in the #PulledPorkDay campaign, sponsored by Sonny’s BBQ. Although I have been provided products, all opinions are my own.

Sonny's Sweet BBQ Baked Chicken & Giveaway

Hi Dolls, 

 I recently partnered with the local BBQ King, Sonny's BBQ, to celebrate National Pulled Pork Day (here) and they were so kind to gift me with a Sonny's sauce kit!  The sauce kit contained their Original BBQ Sauce, Sweet BBQ sauce, and Classic dry rub!  Although today marks the second year that the National Pulled Pork Day is being celebrated, I decided to share one of my favorite, quick and easy recipes to showcase the Sonny's Sweet BBQ sauce, using chicken.  You can easily do the same thing with Pork Chops!
On those nights when I am super tired but want a home cooked meal, I throw a few BBQ Chicken Breasts together.  This recipe is so easy to follow and when you use thinly sliced chicken breasts it's ready in no time! I basted these babies with Sonny's Sweet BBQ sauce and it was money!  Check out the recipe below!
Sonny's was so generous to provide the a second sauce kit to one of my fabulous readers!  You'll receive the two BBQ sauces and Dry rub!  

To enter the giveaway is always simple! 
 Of course you should be a follower of mine and secondly just comment below with your favorite BBQ dish!  
The giveaway will be hosted on all of my social media channels and I will choose a winner this Sunday!  
As always, thank you for stopping by!  
You guys are the best!
XOXO

Disclosure:  I was asked to participate in the #PulledPorkDay campaign, sponsored by Sonny’s BBQ. Although I have been provided products, all opinions are my own.
Hi Dolls, 


One thing I can say that resonates with most foodies is that everything tastes better with bacon!  And ever since I moved to the south, I've noticed that there are a heck of a lot of people who LOVE them some pulled pork!  With the love of pork at an all time high, what better way to honor the popularity of the beloved pig than with a national holiday!  Did you know that October is National Pork Month and that today is National Pulled Pork Day!?!?  I know right, neither did I until recently.  Sonny's BBQ is the inventor of National Pulled Pork Day and today marks the second year that BBQ restaurants and pork lovers have been celebrating all over the world!  
Last year, during the inaugural National Pulled Pork Day in Winter Park, Florida, Sonny's made big waves by setting a Guinness World Record for the largest serving of pulled pork!  It was served up hot and sauced on a bun and was a sight to behold, I'm sure!  
I recently partnered with Sonny's BBQ to get a taste of their pulled pork sandwich for myself and share some goodies with my readers so you all can partake in the pork-filled festivities!  I absolutely loved the sandwich!  There was nothing too fancy about it, just pulled pork in between a couple of slices of garlic toast but it was so good!  It's definitely worth trying for yourself and today would be the perfect day to do so!
Starting today you can enjoy some of the following:
$1 Pulled Pork Sliders (Oct. 12)
$1 OFF Pulled Pork Menu (Oct. 12-15)
this includes:
Redneck Egg Rolls
 Pulled Pork Dinner
Pulled Pork Sandwich
Sweet Carolina Sandwich.
Thank you to all who participated in my IG giveaway for a $25 gift card to Sonny's!  If you're bummed about not winning the gift card, don't fret because I've got another giveaway happening in my next post so stay tuned.  
Now if  you can't wait and you're really crazy about Pulled Pork you can enter in for a chance to win free pulled pork for a year!  For more details go to www.NationalPulledPorkDay.com
I hope to see you at Sonny's but if I don't enjoy your pulled pork and tell them Trice sent ya!

As always, thanks for stopping by!
XOXO

Disclosure:  I was asked to participate in the #PulledPorkDay campaign, sponsored by Sonny’s BBQ. Although I have been provided products, all opinions are my own.
   

National Pulled Pork Day

Hi Dolls, 


One thing I can say that resonates with most foodies is that everything tastes better with bacon!  And ever since I moved to the south, I've noticed that there are a heck of a lot of people who LOVE them some pulled pork!  With the love of pork at an all time high, what better way to honor the popularity of the beloved pig than with a national holiday!  Did you know that October is National Pork Month and that today is National Pulled Pork Day!?!?  I know right, neither did I until recently.  Sonny's BBQ is the inventor of National Pulled Pork Day and today marks the second year that BBQ restaurants and pork lovers have been celebrating all over the world!  
Last year, during the inaugural National Pulled Pork Day in Winter Park, Florida, Sonny's made big waves by setting a Guinness World Record for the largest serving of pulled pork!  It was served up hot and sauced on a bun and was a sight to behold, I'm sure!  
I recently partnered with Sonny's BBQ to get a taste of their pulled pork sandwich for myself and share some goodies with my readers so you all can partake in the pork-filled festivities!  I absolutely loved the sandwich!  There was nothing too fancy about it, just pulled pork in between a couple of slices of garlic toast but it was so good!  It's definitely worth trying for yourself and today would be the perfect day to do so!
Starting today you can enjoy some of the following:
$1 Pulled Pork Sliders (Oct. 12)
$1 OFF Pulled Pork Menu (Oct. 12-15)
this includes:
Redneck Egg Rolls
 Pulled Pork Dinner
Pulled Pork Sandwich
Sweet Carolina Sandwich.
Thank you to all who participated in my IG giveaway for a $25 gift card to Sonny's!  If you're bummed about not winning the gift card, don't fret because I've got another giveaway happening in my next post so stay tuned.  
Now if  you can't wait and you're really crazy about Pulled Pork you can enter in for a chance to win free pulled pork for a year!  For more details go to www.NationalPulledPorkDay.com
I hope to see you at Sonny's but if I don't enjoy your pulled pork and tell them Trice sent ya!

As always, thanks for stopping by!
XOXO

Disclosure:  I was asked to participate in the #PulledPorkDay campaign, sponsored by Sonny’s BBQ. Although I have been provided products, all opinions are my own.
   
Hi Dolls,

I'm pretty sure we all can agree that there have been times when you had a fun outfit styled in your mind but when it actually came time to wear it, you chickened out and went with something "safe".  It has happened to me more times than I can remember.  I think we let our insecurities get in the way of rocking a fabulous look for various reason be it size, height, or whatever! Sometimes social media and constant distractions on television distort our views of style appropriation and we find ourselves comparing our bodies to celebrities, models, and the random strangers we follow on Instagram.  The beautiful thing about fashion and personal style is that they have no boundaries.  I think you should always wear what makes you feel good!   Who cares if Joe Blow doesn't like it.  It's your relationship with style and when you feel good about what you're wearing, it shows.  
Today for "Try Day, Friday"  I've participating in an initiative created by Dia & Co.   They are a curated shopping experience, delivered to your doorstep, exclusively in sizes 14 and up.  "Try Day, Friday" was created to encourage us to face a fashion fear by stepping out of the box and today I styled an outfit that I typically wouldn't wear.  
I will say that since I became a blogger years ago, I have gotten a lot bolder and comfortable with the the articles of clothing I choose to rock!  I wear things now that I never would have thought twice about before.  I'm grateful that blogging has taken me outside of the norm in that realm. 
So about this look....
I use to be extremely hesitant about wearing mixed prints in fear of looking tacky.  I always kept it safe and super matchy-matchy.  I also shied away from wearing huge prints, especially floral ones in fear that they would make me look bigger than I am.  Don't know what on Earth gave me that notion but those were my reasons.   
I was in Chicago visiting for a few days last week and decided to rock this look one day!  I won't lie...at first I wasn't sure if the gingham and floral would work together but they totally did!  I received tons of compliments walking down the streets of Chi-town!  I added a sassy wide belt and cute accessories and  my look was complete.  
SIDENOTE:  When in Chicago, it is only right you visit Garrett Popcorn!  If you're a nut lover like me, you'll love the nut crisp popcorn!  I will be doing another post soon, detailing the fun ins and outs of my short visit to the Chi.  I love that place.  
 
So back to the topic at hand.  It's always fun to try new things and I enjoyed stepping out of the box with my look!  
I may just do a Try-Day Friday every week with something I wouldn't normally wear.  I don't mind seeing my personal style evolve into something more eclectic!
Pants:  Zara ~  Top:  Marshall's  ~  Earrings & Necklace:  Kendra Scott  ~  Sunnies:  Prada  ~  Watch:  Jord
Shop similar looks below.

So what are some of your fashion fears? 
I'd love to hear about them!  Leave me a note in the comment section below!  
As always thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous weekend!
XOXO

Facing My Fashion Fears

Hi Dolls,

I'm pretty sure we all can agree that there have been times when you had a fun outfit styled in your mind but when it actually came time to wear it, you chickened out and went with something "safe".  It has happened to me more times than I can remember.  I think we let our insecurities get in the way of rocking a fabulous look for various reason be it size, height, or whatever! Sometimes social media and constant distractions on television distort our views of style appropriation and we find ourselves comparing our bodies to celebrities, models, and the random strangers we follow on Instagram.  The beautiful thing about fashion and personal style is that they have no boundaries.  I think you should always wear what makes you feel good!   Who cares if Joe Blow doesn't like it.  It's your relationship with style and when you feel good about what you're wearing, it shows.  
Today for "Try Day, Friday"  I've participating in an initiative created by Dia & Co.   They are a curated shopping experience, delivered to your doorstep, exclusively in sizes 14 and up.  "Try Day, Friday" was created to encourage us to face a fashion fear by stepping out of the box and today I styled an outfit that I typically wouldn't wear.  
I will say that since I became a blogger years ago, I have gotten a lot bolder and comfortable with the the articles of clothing I choose to rock!  I wear things now that I never would have thought twice about before.  I'm grateful that blogging has taken me outside of the norm in that realm. 
So about this look....
I use to be extremely hesitant about wearing mixed prints in fear of looking tacky.  I always kept it safe and super matchy-matchy.  I also shied away from wearing huge prints, especially floral ones in fear that they would make me look bigger than I am.  Don't know what on Earth gave me that notion but those were my reasons.   
I was in Chicago visiting for a few days last week and decided to rock this look one day!  I won't lie...at first I wasn't sure if the gingham and floral would work together but they totally did!  I received tons of compliments walking down the streets of Chi-town!  I added a sassy wide belt and cute accessories and  my look was complete.  
SIDENOTE:  When in Chicago, it is only right you visit Garrett Popcorn!  If you're a nut lover like me, you'll love the nut crisp popcorn!  I will be doing another post soon, detailing the fun ins and outs of my short visit to the Chi.  I love that place.  
 
So back to the topic at hand.  It's always fun to try new things and I enjoyed stepping out of the box with my look!  
I may just do a Try-Day Friday every week with something I wouldn't normally wear.  I don't mind seeing my personal style evolve into something more eclectic!
Pants:  Zara ~  Top:  Marshall's  ~  Earrings & Necklace:  Kendra Scott  ~  Sunnies:  Prada  ~  Watch:  Jord
Shop similar looks below.

So what are some of your fashion fears? 
I'd love to hear about them!  Leave me a note in the comment section below!  
As always thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous weekend!
XOXO
Hi Dolls,


When I first saw this super cute embroidered top in the store, I jokingly told my friend who was with me, "This top is soooo nice!  Like me!"  Of course that can be interpreted a few different ways but I really am a genuinely nice person.  A friend on Facebook posted a caption that asked "What makes you a "good" or "nice" person?"  I chimed in explaining how I felt I was made this way.  I have genuine compassion and empathy for people.  I don't like to see people upset, especially because of something I've done.  I like seeing others happy and in a lot of cases I've sacrificed my own happiness so others can be.  When I read the responses from others, the answers varied but mostly centered around the same notion that you're nice by treating people the way you wish to be treated.  In light of current events, the Golden Rule is in need of some serious reinforcement.  I will never understand why or how people can treat others so nasty with out reason.  The world needs prayer.   On the brighter side we still have fashion so let's get into this look!
This entire outfit came from one of my favorite stores, TJ Maxx.  The exception is the clutch that came from CitiTrends.  The items were all purchased at different times but everything came together nicely, wouldn't you say!?! What I love most about the top is the embroidered bell sleeves and the fact that it ties to the back making it somewhat of a crop top.  LOVE!
 You can shop similar looks below!  

Before I go, I would love to hear from you all! 
 What do you think makes you a nice person?  
Let me know in the comments below and as always thank you for stopping by!
XOXO

Nice. Like Me!

Hi Dolls,


When I first saw this super cute embroidered top in the store, I jokingly told my friend who was with me, "This top is soooo nice!  Like me!"  Of course that can be interpreted a few different ways but I really am a genuinely nice person.  A friend on Facebook posted a caption that asked "What makes you a "good" or "nice" person?"  I chimed in explaining how I felt I was made this way.  I have genuine compassion and empathy for people.  I don't like to see people upset, especially because of something I've done.  I like seeing others happy and in a lot of cases I've sacrificed my own happiness so others can be.  When I read the responses from others, the answers varied but mostly centered around the same notion that you're nice by treating people the way you wish to be treated.  In light of current events, the Golden Rule is in need of some serious reinforcement.  I will never understand why or how people can treat others so nasty with out reason.  The world needs prayer.   On the brighter side we still have fashion so let's get into this look!
This entire outfit came from one of my favorite stores, TJ Maxx.  The exception is the clutch that came from CitiTrends.  The items were all purchased at different times but everything came together nicely, wouldn't you say!?! What I love most about the top is the embroidered bell sleeves and the fact that it ties to the back making it somewhat of a crop top.  LOVE!
 You can shop similar looks below!  

Before I go, I would love to hear from you all! 
 What do you think makes you a nice person?  
Let me know in the comments below and as always thank you for stopping by!
XOXO
Hi Dolls,

Last weekend, my boyfriend and I went to Atlanta to enjoy the FSU vs. Alabama game.  Unfortunately, our team didn't prevail but we weren't going to let that rain on our parade.  As any good out of towner would do, we got up in time Sunday morning to make it out to brunch!  In the ATL the pickings for brunch are plentiful and after much consideration we went with 5 Church for the win! 
I did a little research beforehand to find a great spot to brunch and 5 Church showed up a few times so it made the decision pretty easy.  Originating out of Charlotte, North Carolina, 5-church made its debut in Midtown Atlanta not too long ago. It's brought back a liveliness that had been absent since the closing of Snout 3 years ago.  I absolutely loved the sophisticated, trendy and modern chic ambiance, plus any place with a roof top space will always be a win win in my book!
Of course, no brunch is complete without mimosas so we ordered a couple and asked the waiter to keep them coming.  I looked over at the bar and watched the bartender pour them and he was heavy handed with the champs, just like I like!
Crab Cakes and Poached Eggs:
This was the dish I ordered!  I not the biggest fan of runny eggs so I ordered my crab cakes with an egg fried hard.  This dish was delicious!  The crab cakes were full of crab meat and served on top of toasted English muffin with sauteed spinach, jalepeno beurre blanc, and of course the egg!  It was bursting with flavor and the perfect dish for brunch!  I am definitely going to try and re-create this dish at home.  It seems easy enough to do!
Chicken & Waffles:
My guy ordered this quintessential brunch dish and it did not disappoint.  The chicken was nice and crispy and the waffles were light and airy.  He fixed me a bite with everything on it, the chicken, waffle, strawberry, and maple syrup.  Though I enjoyed it, I felt the dish could've used a little bit more.  Maybe some whipped cream or a strawberry sauce.  Another piece of chicken would've been nice as well.
 I suppose, 5 Church isn't in the business of stuffing your belly because both of our dishes were relatively small.  Overall we were satisfied though.  For the most part the dishes were filling enough.
5Church Atlanta Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
Overall, I enjoyed the location itself.  the dining space is really eclectic and interesting.  I enjoyed reading all of the "writing on the walls"...literally.  The food was good enough for me to return.  Their dinner and late night menus are pretty enticing.  I'd recommend them for brunch but if you plan on going, make reservations ahead of time because they were pretty busy!
As always, thanks for stopping by!
XOXO

5 Church Atlanta

Hi Dolls,

Last weekend, my boyfriend and I went to Atlanta to enjoy the FSU vs. Alabama game.  Unfortunately, our team didn't prevail but we weren't going to let that rain on our parade.  As any good out of towner would do, we got up in time Sunday morning to make it out to brunch!  In the ATL the pickings for brunch are plentiful and after much consideration we went with 5 Church for the win! 
I did a little research beforehand to find a great spot to brunch and 5 Church showed up a few times so it made the decision pretty easy.  Originating out of Charlotte, North Carolina, 5-church made its debut in Midtown Atlanta not too long ago. It's brought back a liveliness that had been absent since the closing of Snout 3 years ago.  I absolutely loved the sophisticated, trendy and modern chic ambiance, plus any place with a roof top space will always be a win win in my book!
Of course, no brunch is complete without mimosas so we ordered a couple and asked the waiter to keep them coming.  I looked over at the bar and watched the bartender pour them and he was heavy handed with the champs, just like I like!
Crab Cakes and Poached Eggs:
This was the dish I ordered!  I not the biggest fan of runny eggs so I ordered my crab cakes with an egg fried hard.  This dish was delicious!  The crab cakes were full of crab meat and served on top of toasted English muffin with sauteed spinach, jalepeno beurre blanc, and of course the egg!  It was bursting with flavor and the perfect dish for brunch!  I am definitely going to try and re-create this dish at home.  It seems easy enough to do!
Chicken & Waffles:
My guy ordered this quintessential brunch dish and it did not disappoint.  The chicken was nice and crispy and the waffles were light and airy.  He fixed me a bite with everything on it, the chicken, waffle, strawberry, and maple syrup.  Though I enjoyed it, I felt the dish could've used a little bit more.  Maybe some whipped cream or a strawberry sauce.  Another piece of chicken would've been nice as well.
 I suppose, 5 Church isn't in the business of stuffing your belly because both of our dishes were relatively small.  Overall we were satisfied though.  For the most part the dishes were filling enough.
5Church Atlanta Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
Overall, I enjoyed the location itself.  the dining space is really eclectic and interesting.  I enjoyed reading all of the "writing on the walls"...literally.  The food was good enough for me to return.  Their dinner and late night menus are pretty enticing.  I'd recommend them for brunch but if you plan on going, make reservations ahead of time because they were pretty busy!
As always, thanks for stopping by!
XOXO
Hi Dolls,


I am all for being stylish while comfortable!  Give me a pair a sweat pants, some bomb accessories, and a fancy pair of shades, and I'm ready to head out!   I have really been into the comfy chic look lately.  Funny how your personal style evolves.  For more "comfy chic" looks click here and here.
My favorite way to "chic-up" a look is simply by adding heels.  It literally takes your look up another notch!  Although graphic tees are casual, they are so fun and versatile.  There are so many ways you can dress them up.  I can see rocking this same tee with a silver skirt and some cute Adidas sneakers!  There is no limits when it comes to style.
For this look I had a basic graphic tee, some comfy distressed boyfriend jeans, and a nude pair of heels.  It took my look from casual to ca-yute!
What are you go to looks for chic comfort?
 If you want to take it up two extra notches try adding a blazer, and hat, or midi vest like I did here!  
So, sidenote...it is still blazing hot here in Florida! Needless to say, the vest had to come off!  I am totally over the heat and am very ready for fall weather.  Plus I have a rocking new pair of boots that I am itching to wear!
Last but not least, I want to give a shout out to these two ladies, my blogger boos!  They are so supportive and we have so much fun whenever we get together!
 For the longest time, I didn't think there were many other bloggers in Jacksonville.  Apparently there are lots of us but we miss each other often.  I'm happy to have met these two ladies, Erika (amerikabstyleme) and Lala (LalaFoxx) are fashionistas after my own heart!  Check them out!
(Shop similar styles below)

As always, thanks so much for stopping by!  Have a great week!
XOXO

How to Look Chic in a Graphic Tee

Hi Dolls,


I am all for being stylish while comfortable!  Give me a pair a sweat pants, some bomb accessories, and a fancy pair of shades, and I'm ready to head out!   I have really been into the comfy chic look lately.  Funny how your personal style evolves.  For more "comfy chic" looks click here and here.
My favorite way to "chic-up" a look is simply by adding heels.  It literally takes your look up another notch!  Although graphic tees are casual, they are so fun and versatile.  There are so many ways you can dress them up.  I can see rocking this same tee with a silver skirt and some cute Adidas sneakers!  There is no limits when it comes to style.
For this look I had a basic graphic tee, some comfy distressed boyfriend jeans, and a nude pair of heels.  It took my look from casual to ca-yute!
What are you go to looks for chic comfort?
 If you want to take it up two extra notches try adding a blazer, and hat, or midi vest like I did here!  
So, sidenote...it is still blazing hot here in Florida! Needless to say, the vest had to come off!  I am totally over the heat and am very ready for fall weather.  Plus I have a rocking new pair of boots that I am itching to wear!
Last but not least, I want to give a shout out to these two ladies, my blogger boos!  They are so supportive and we have so much fun whenever we get together!
 For the longest time, I didn't think there were many other bloggers in Jacksonville.  Apparently there are lots of us but we miss each other often.  I'm happy to have met these two ladies, Erika (amerikabstyleme) and Lala (LalaFoxx) are fashionistas after my own heart!  Check them out!
(Shop similar styles below)

As always, thanks so much for stopping by!  Have a great week!
XOXO

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