Many look forward to Memorial Day weekend as a time to reflect, celebrate and usher in the Summer season. Kansas City is usually full of fun events to honor those who have served our country, but this year will look a little different. With social distancing measures still in effect for the 2020 holiday, many events have been cancelled or otherwise affected. But just because the big events have been cancelled, that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun celebrating with your family.
Today marks the official day of Fall! While you may be excited to pull out your flannels and ankle-boots, if you’re from the Midwest, you know that we might not actually see any Fall weather until well into October. Pretty soon we’ll be getting into the routine of frigid mornings followed by sweltering afternoons. How are you supposed to dress for this?! Good news is, you don’t have to start packing up those favorite summer staples just yet! There are many ways to extend the
The weather is finally getting warm enough to let your legs out, and if you’re like me, they haven’t seen the sun since last summer! I used to be all about laying in a tanning bed multiple times a week all throughout the year, but now that I’m more educated about the risks involved with doing this, you couldn’t pay me to get in one. Because of this, I have turned to things like self-tanning lotions & mousses to give myself that summer glow without damaging my skin. Over the y
This Wednesday marks the official first day of spring! And while I'm 100% a winter baby and love the cold, this long midwest winter even has me looking forward to the new season. Last October, I called out some of the predicted trends for this upcoming spring- were the fashion month predictions correct? Read below to see what's still trending! Fringe: This is a trend I’m really happy to see! Given a modern twist and no cowboy vibes in sight, some designers used it as a flirty
With the arrival of October, fall ‘Fashion Month’ (the four-week period twice a year when top designers debut their latest collections in New York, London, Milan and Paris) has officially come to a close. Getty Images/Imaxtree In the world of fashion, seasons work a bit differently. While most people (myself included!) are digging out their sweaters and donning their ankle booties, designers are already looking ahead to Spring/Summer 2019. In September, they presented their d