Everyday Errands May 22, 2013

When I resigned from my full time corporate job a little over a month ago I promised myself I would not fall into the trap of forgetting about style. After all, dressing up and wearing my gorgeous  Stella & Dot pieces (that also act as trunk show samples for my business) was my second favorite part of that job…second to the friends at the office.  I’ve seen too many women lose their sparkle and polish and it makes me a little sad to see a day go by without a little bling…but perhaps that’s why I signed up to work as a Stella & Dot stylist!
Although my dress pants and dressier skirts have spent a much needed rest in the closet, I have been enjoying spending time with my more casual clothes…the ones that used to only come out on weekends and vacations. It sure makes a trip to Walmart or the local organic pet food store a lot more fun when you look cute!
Today’s selections: cobalt blue T, denim shorts and sparkly silver Sketcher’s Bobs. I am in love with Bobs for casual errands and running around town! So cute and comfy! From my Stella & Dot jewels, I carried my FAVORITE bag of all time, the metallic Ikat How Does She Do It bag, and added the Sanibel pendant, aqua and silver Serenity Stone Drops and the turquoise Odyssey ring. I finished the look with a small but fun arm party of the silver renegade bracelet and the navy Liberty friendship bracelet.
Shop ~ Host ~ Join me in my love of all things Stella & Dot at http://www.stelladot.com/lynnsmith
Everyday Errands May 22, 2013

About Lynn Stacy Smith

Lynn Stacy Smith is a freelance writer with over ten years of writing experience in a corporate environment. In 2013 she left the corporate world to pursue the life of an entrepreneur and writer. Although she specializes in dog related content through her blog Love, Laugh, Woof she also loves to write about daily life as a wife and stepmother in the Chicago suburbs as well as her obsession with plus sized fashion, jewelry, accessories and beauty products.
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