I have been meaning to put together a comprehensive travel guide for NJF readers. I figured since we’re all getting sick of winter now – and dreaming about all the warm, beautiful places we can go – this is the perfect time to share it! So, today’s post is all about my Greece Travel Guide with a major focus on Mykonos and Santorini.
We all tend to restrict ourselves to dark, sullen colors in the winter because of the weather. But every now and then, I find it fun to embrace the forthcoming trends ahead that are just waiting to be worn. Here are a few of my favorite ways to pull off spring trends in the winter.
I’m extremely lucky to have a creative-minded and talented husband (Dan) who produces my photos. We often work together in making everything that you see on here happen. And with Instagram and Pinterest piquing the attention of every person and brand, we know that great photographs is one of the most crucial assets you need to be able to deliver. Here are our top photography tips for new bloggers.
Although I’ll always have a place in my heart for fast fashion, I also believe in making key investment purchases that will last a lifetime like coats. Coat prices can get steep, so you need shop carefully and do some research to find one that you’ll love beyond the next few years. I thought I’d share my top tips for how to buy an investment coat since now would be the perfect time to make the jump.
If you’ve long wondered what holy grail coat everyone must own, the options that come to mind probably include leather jackets and the trench or pea coat. While those are all wonderful outerwear styles that keep you cozy inside out, nothing feels quite as seasonless as the camel coat. I’ll be making a case for the camel coat today.
I can’t express my deepest gratitude to you all for following along all these years. In a conscious effort to live a healthier and improved life – all the while giving back – I’m starting a new segment on NotJessFashion for 2018: wellness and business tips. I wanted to end 2017 on a good note, so to kick us off, here are six ways you can make more time for yourself in the coming year.