I have been wearing this gorgeous polka dot jumpsuit on repeat. It’s so versatile, and it keeps me cool in this hot Nebraska weather. AND it has pockets. Find me a more perfect piece than this - I dare you to try.
I buy far too much clothing. It’s been a huge drain on my wallet, and it’s not the best for the planet. To combat these issues, I’m going the entire month without buying any new clothes. No shoes, no dresses, no handbags, nothing. Join me on this journey in this intro post.
With an entire weekend of temperatures in the 100’s, summer definitely came with a fury in Omaha, Nebraska. Dresses are my favorite way to stay cool, and in this week’s post, I’ve rounded up some of my favorites, all for under $50.
Lemongrass Spa products are all-natural, cruelty-free, and devoid of harmful chemicals. I had the opportunity to test out several products over the past month. See what I thought about them in this week’s post!
Thanks for stopping by With the Spes, an affordable style blog based in Omaha, Nebraska. I'm doing a bonus post this week to share a review of Sol de Janeiro's Brazilian Bod Buff, which I've decided is one of my favorite new products.
This week on With the Specs, I'm sharing all of my favorite spring Target finds. With all picks under $40, your favorite affordable style blog is getting your wardrobe ready for warmer weather!
This week, I'm sharing one of my favorite finds from this spring's trends. This perfect affordable oversized blazer is so easy to dress up or down, and it will quickly become your favorite piece.
Oh the things I've unintentionally discovered as a product of living in a room with a paint color that sucks out all light. One of those things? Mixing patterns. Today I'm sharing how I make this work for me.
I ordered a Goody Box from thredUP. See what their stylists picked for me, what I kept, and what I sent back.
Over the past year, I have embraced the graphic tee, which for so long had been an enemy of mine. How? Because I FINALLY figured out how to make them look not-so casual. Check out how I came to this way-too-late realization.