Well, I know it’s been a while since I’ve done a blog post. With the launch of Kustom Klutch at the beginning of June, traveling, and chasing around our 3 year old, life has literally been non-stop. I knew starting a business would be a huge undertaking, but I don’t I think I realized how much. So my blog got a little neglected this month; there could be worse things. I’m ready to get back into the swing of things with new posts on new subjects. So if you have something you would really like me to write about, leave me a comment, or even better, send me a message in my contact form! I would love to start answering more of your questions!
Well, what a whirlwind week it has been! This past weekend, we had Taylor's first dance recital, an Xfinity win at Charlotte, and I launched my first business: Kustom Klutch! Needless to say it was a pretty good week. I got a lot of requests to blog about my outfit from Victory Lane last week, and I finally had a little bit of time to sit and do a write up on it. This win was pretty special to me because it was the first time my family was able to experience Victory Lane! Needless to say, they were pretty excited. See below for more on my outfit and some photos from the win!
Well, I'm a week late, or at this point technically two, but I wanted to share this adorable look from Dega. Even though the race didn't turn out like we hoped for, I was still proud of Denny and the effort by his team. If you follow me on Snapchat (xojordanfish), you know what I'm talking about. Speaking of Snapchat, I teamed up with NASCAR to give a BTS look at some outfit choices for the race, and this baby blue number was the winner. See more on how I style this look for a fraction of the cost.
Every Mother's Day, I struggle what to get for the most important women in my life. Especially when it comes to gifts from Taylor. Taylor is a little older now, and she loves arts and crafts, so I figured we could do a cute painting for the grandmas. I wasn't quite sure what I was getting myself into when I started this project, but I think it turned out quite cute! And something I think they will treasure years to come from now. Initially, when I thought of this idea, I was just going to have her paint a couple square canvases. But while perusing the shelves at Target, I got an even better idea! They had these awesome horizontal canvases, 2 for $10, that I thought would be perfect to write a saying on. In the same aisle, I found these large ABC gold foil poster stickers for $5. That's literally all I bought! The other stuff was stuff we had at home waiting to get used. After getting the materials, it was time to get creative. This is what we did:
Richmond is always fun. The majority of Denny's family is from there, so it's a good time when we get to see everyone together for the race. This week I felt like wearing something fun! Spring is here, so I went with a bubblegum pink dress from RTR. I have to say I think this is one of my favorite rentals thus far. Everything about this dress was on point. The color, the length, the fabric... I'm obsessed! I paired this look with some fun accessories as well as one accessory in particular that is near and dear to my heart. See how I styled this look, and how you can too for less!