Happy Thanksgiving Week, ladies! This week officially kicks off the Holiday 2016 season and I couldn’t be more excited!! Are you guys as pumped as I am? If you know me (& if you follow me on snap – @peyton.baxter – or my instastories) then you know I am a huge Christmas and holiday fanatic. I already have two trees up in my house and I’m planning on putting the third one up SOON, along with all of our outdoor decor.
Along with the holidays comes shopping for great deals, family time, LOTS of food babies lol, and gift-giving. This season, I’ve partnered with Neighborhood Barre to share about their new (and deal of the century, I might add) Holiday barreBOX.
We FINALLY made it to the weekend y’all – if you ask me, we all deserve a new outfit for that (it was a loooong week ha!) …
All jokes aside, one of my most favorite things in life has always been giving back. Growing up, I was a part of a few different philanthropy organizations, and I gained a passion for helping others. This has only grown stronger as I’ve transitioned into adulthood, and I thought since it is the season of thanksgiving, I would share about how all of us (fashionistas) could give back this holiday season and help others who are in need.
Happy (almost) weekend! (insert praise hands emojis HERE!) … To help you get ready for it, I’m sharing a cute and casual outfit that is SUPER affordable, and most likely, doable with the clothes that are already hanging in your closet.
On this lovely Wedding Wednesday, I’m sharing the next step in the wedding planning process. Last week, I shared what wedding planning book I used to kickstart my wedding festivities and plans (in THIS POST), sooo I thought that it would only make sense to share with you what came next in the process, for me. The engagement partaaay, of course! After all, you do have a huge reason & rock to celebrate!
So, I was chatting with my girlfriend, Stephanie, a few days ago and she asked me to help her find some professional, yet fashionable black pants for her new job. Steph lives in the heart of NYC, so looking stylish is a must – even when it comes to the workplace. She gave me some inspo on sharing a more professional look on love ‘n’ labels, and let’s face it … it’s always good to have a refresher on how to keep your personal style pretty & professional while at the office.
Only a few more days until it’s time for Thanksgiving and Black Friday – anyone else as excited as I am?? I’ve put together a couple of looks for you all to get some ideas of what to wear for both of these days next week. The first one that I will be sharing is my favorite type of Thanksgiving #ootd – aka, it leaves you plenty of room for that extra slice of pumpkin pie annnd you will still be looking cute & stylish!
HAPPY FRIDAY, beautiful! Today for #fridayfaves, I’m sharing my 10 favorite ways to wear a blanket scarf. All in all, there are a million ways to wear scarves, and what is so fun about them is that you can play around and find new ways to wear them when you get tired of the same ole ‘traditional blanket scarf’ style. Let’s jump right in!
We’ve almost made it to another FriYAY y’all – woo! With Thanksgiving and Christmas quickly approaching, I thought I would officially begin my ‘Holiday Gift Guide’ posts. If you follow me on Snapchat (@peyton.baxter) or on my Instastories, then you know that I have already started decorating for the holidays & playing Christmas music … eek! I also have some of my Christmas shopping done … YES!
So, I figured why not go ahead and start sharing some of my favorite gift ideas with you all?!
Happy Wedding Wednesday, y’all! Calling all BRIDES. Annnnd the family, acquaintances, 3rd cousins, Starbucks baristas, creative people, friends (both new & old), etc etc etc of the bride (IT TAKES A VILLAGE!) … this post is for YOU!
To brighten up this Monday, I’m throwing in a pop of color to my #ootd. It’s still pretty warm here in Tennessee, so I am squeezing in all of the cute fall dresses that I can before the cold temps hit.
As you can tell from many of my posts, I am always drawn to wearing more neutral colors – black, tan, ivory, white, brown, etc. Usually, the only pop of color that you will see on me is my accessories or, of course, my fave bright red lipstick from Mac.