We’re officially half way through 2019, which means it’s time for another blog post recap. This year, I continued to share more tips on how to build a sustainable wardrobe by mixing high and low brands – and I also added more reviews of my favorite designer pieces to the mix. I think it’s clear that you guys are really enjoying this type of content. If you have any suggestions on additional topics you’d like for me to cover, you can always drop them in the comments section. Scroll ahead for my most popular posts of 2019.
It’s no secret that I am obsessed with my Gucci belt. I purchased my first one in black last year and wore it so much that I decided to get the pink and white one too. It’s one of the pieces that I still get asked about most, so be sure to check out my Guide To Buying a Gucci Belt for any concerns that you may have. I love how it instantly elevates any outfit and pulls the most basic pieces together.
Another part of my wardrobe that I’m constantly asked about are my designer heels. In this post, I talk about the designer shoes that I wear most, which include my most comfortable pumps and my favorite nude heels. You can also get the one shoe style I recommend investing in.
One of the posts I loved putting together for you guys was 10 Basics You Need For A Capsule Wardrobe. I’m a big believer in investing in the classics and then filling out your wardrobe with trendier options. No matter what your style is, a capsule wardrobe is the best way to save time and money when it comes to getting dressed. In this post, I share the 10 pieces I always have on hand at any given moment.
The Louis Vuitton Neverfull bags are some of the most practical pieces in my wardrobe. Since I got so many questions about which size to go with, I decided to put this review together earlier in the year. I broke down the different items I carry in each bag so you can decide which size will make the most sense for you!
Disney World and Disneyland are two places I can never get bored of. Last year, Phil and I went to Disney World for a quick getaway and I recapped all the looks I wore into one post here. I was surprised at how much you guys enjoyed it. If you’re looking for casual looks to wear this summer, this is a great post to review.
One of my top requests is to link more affordable brands and pieces, so I rounded up my favorite fast fashion retailers into this post – and broke down all the pieces I like to buy from each one of them.
This year, I also opened up more about my favorite beauty products and routines. In this post, I shared my top 10 luxury skincare brands that I use most and feel are worth investing in. From Elemis to La Mer and Tatcha, you can get the exact brands I turn to when my skin needs a little more care and attention.
I’m a fan of drugstore products too because I don’t believe you need to spend a ton to achieve a flawless everyday look. I’m glad that you guys enjoyed this post where I shared the 10 affordable goodies I swear by. Whether you’re looking for the perfect lip or nail color, these drugstore dupes come close to their luxury counterparts.
I kicked off the year sharing the designer resort pieces on my wishlist. Now that it’s officially summer, this post is a great recap of everything you need to get through the season. I found one of the Cult Gaia bags I listed there for 30% off on The Outnet (here’s another similar style from Cult Gaia for less than $100!). This Zimmermann dress is also marked down for 50% off!
My Designer IT Bags of 2019 continues to be a popular post! If you’re wondering which up-and coming bag to invest in, then this list is still relevant right now. The great thing about luxury bags is that they hold their value extremely well, so you can always resell it if you change your mind later.