{Inclusive} Bright Spring Cravings.

Bright Spring Cravings by The Stripe

Just wanted to share a few things I’m loving right now!!!

On the skincare front, I have been very focused on transitioning my reptilian skin into something nicer so I use my REN body serum every day after the shower. (It’s packed with AHA’s to gently exfoliate!). And then slather on this Follain body oil (both are FAB). On the fashion front, I need more bodysuits in every color (they’re just so easy!). I’m obsessed with the swimsuit that Katie designed, and lastly, my friend Cassandra had a bunch of us over a few weeks ago and wore this dress and I was obsessed. I really want to play copycat! Lastly, these Loeffler Randalls have been haunting me. I love the rainbow! I already have the gold but am so tempted.

Clockwise from left:

Tanya Taylor Dress (up to a size 22 here) // Follain Body Oil // Parrot Earrings // Bodysuit // Yellow Button Down Dress (plus version ) // REN Body Serum // Rainbow iPhone Case // Gingham Tote // Swimsuit (designed by Katie Sturino!) // Rainbow Sandals (still cannot stop thinking about them!!) // Anthropologie Shirt Dress// Floral Dress (plus version) // Wicker Purse

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  1. So pretty, love the pop of colours! The Follain body oil sounds like a great product for my dry, dry skin, haha! 🙂

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

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  2. Those rainbow sandals are gorgeous! I’m gonna have to check them out.

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  3. Krista:

    I love that you are doing more inclusive sizing and featuring ablist fashion! I’d also be interested in seeing more featuring of designers, companies founded by, products for, pictures of … black, indigenous, and other people of color.

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  4. Sammie:

    The fact that you constantly feel the need to use the term “inclusive” is offensive. Everyone wants to be treated the same, with respect, and not labelled.

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    • Hi Cathleen,
      I’m so sorry you feel that way. Inclusive is an industry term. And your comment is exactly why I do what I do – I want everyone who comes to my blog to be able to shop (if they want to!) and not feel left out. I truly apologize if I’ve offended you – I am doing the best I can and trying to make this site a place where everyone feels welcome and included.

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  5. mary:

    So cute. BTW, I respect you so much for turning down the Wal-Mart partnership. You continue to be a blogger I trust. I’ve stayed at hotels you’ve recommended, bought wellness products and books you’ve reviewed and I’m never worried you are trying to make a quick buck off of me as a follower. Love the podcast too! Keep up the good work.

    4.26.19 Reply
    • Thank you so much Mary!
      At the end of the day (I say this always, so sorry to be a broken record!) reader trust is the most important thing to me. I’m really happy that you feel that way, thank you for taking the time out of your day to say it!!!

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  6. Lisa Autumn:

    Oh I love the yellow dresses!

    x Lisa | lisaautumn.com

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