…life lately…

 Things have been crazy lately. Beckett officially went back to work in September after living the life of a teacher that summer, I officially didn't go back to work and am a stay at home mama (SAHM). I've been working a lot on my art and making menu signs to sell on my etsy shop... Continue Reading →

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3 steps to looking equestrian chic

Sweater: Banana Republic (last year) other fringe sweaters by Care of You, Design History feather sweater ($30 b/c it's last call at Neiman Marcus!!!!), Le Full, TJ Maxx, Simply Be (good price!), and Tanya Taylor (expensive, but lovely) | Button down: Banana Republic (old) cool, classic and inexpensive version here!  | Jeggings: Maurices but similar... Continue Reading →

Bomber + Burgundy

** edited: i lost some of the photos off of the site from technical difficulties so some are missing. 😦 This outfit is the perfect date night or casual event outfit because it's easy to wear and the pieces are not fussy. This white twist hem shirt from Stateside is a fun twist on a... Continue Reading →

Studded Denim Jacket: How To (well, kinda)

** edited i lost some of the photos off of the site from technical difficulties so some are missing. 😦 Hello again darlings! Denim jackets have been back for a few years now, but I am usually a little late to the party. I think it's always good to wait awhile (but not too long)... Continue Reading →

5 Ways to Stay Classy in Flannel

  1. Layer a vest or chic sweater over the shirt to add another stylistic element into the mix. Layers=good. I love this vest because of the gold zipper and perfect fit.   2. Pair it with a seasonally appropriate color of pants instead of blue jeans. Why does this work? Everyone expects you to... Continue Reading →

Mood Swings

Its no secret that Minnesota has unpredictable weather. One day you're sweating it out in shorts and a t-shirt, the air conditioner's on full blast, and the sun is relentless. The next day, you wakeup, pull on that favorite knit sweater, bust out the fuzzy socks, and consider turning on the heat. And it's not... Continue Reading →

Beastly to Beautiful: Our Kitchen Reveal

We bought our house two years ago because we loved the woodsy backyard, the 3200 sq. feet, the five bedrooms, and the potential we saw. But we certainly did not buy it for the kitchen. In fact, I despised that room since the moment we moved in. We've been talking about moving lately. Just because.... Continue Reading →

pretty preppin’

Transitioning to Fall: Part 3 of 3 This outfit is easy to recreate and I've found similar items (below) that are almost affordable, but are still great items that you can wear for a long time to come!  I'm trying something different tonight so to view the items, go to: https://www.shopstyle.com/shop/TheClassyArtist/42435952 Let me know how... Continue Reading →

… after labor day

Transition from Summer to Fall: Part 2 of 3 This outfit is another easy way to switch things up for Fall. Pair an easy, white dress with neutral accessories in heavy materials (like the felted hat) and the burgundy crossbody for a fun and dressy, but casual look.  I would have worn my Jessica Simpson... Continue Reading →

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