Hello + welcome to this tiny space on the internet! I created this blog (+ changed the name twice since) 14 years ago as a creative outlet from my career in the emergency room as a PA. After spending the past 7 (or so) years on social media outlets, I have decided to delete all of the ones associated with this blog and get back to the heart of blogging.
ABLE is having an amazing summer getaway sale where you can buy 1 item and get the second item for 50% off. There is no limit to the amount of items you can buy! I will link the items I have and love and a few others that I have eyed below!
Aarti Wide Leg Crop | I LOVE these cropped pants – go up one size for comfort in the waist
Dalia Blouse | I love the feminine neckline on this blouse (wearing it in the second photo up top)
Merly Denim Jacket | I have had this jacket for years and I love the lived in feel that it has. Truly, there is no better denim jacket….. (fits TTS)
Whitney Sandal | I love these elevated footbed sandals for every day wear
Chana Crossbody | Comes in the cognac as well (FYI – the cognac tones WAY down after use – I have this color in my Abera tote and it toned WAY down – and I love it)
Rachel Utility Bag | This bag is absolutely GORGEOUS in person and has so many pockets and organization inside. It is bigger than my Abera and is great for every day or work use
The Alem Utility Bag is also a great choice and can hold A LOT
Jayce Heel in Raffia | I absolutely love these block heels. They are incredibly comfortable and look great on!
Julia Anywhere top | This is great for pregnancy and postpartum!
Circle Ring | A simple, delicate piece
You got me hooked on this amazing brand a few years ago. Love the Abera tote!
I’m officially hooked on everything Able thanks to you and Karla Reed. I finally invested in the Merly denim jacket and just purchased the Dalia blouse and black Julia Anywhere top. At 40, I’m much wiser than ever about what I allow to take space in my closet, and it’s no longer a chore to try to find something to wear. Thank you for being in this space. 🙂