In case you missed it in my last post, the owners of Ivy Rowe boutique (Christina and Courtney) generously gifted me a couple pieces from their new collection, including these edgy moto jeans which are my new faves because they’re incredibly comfy AND stylish, but how about this cute peplum top they included? I love the gorgeous violet color and think this top would look fabulous with a black velvet pencil skirt, or cropped velvet pants for a holiday cocktail party, or throw on a pair of dressy shorts and heels for a fun night out with the girls.
I’d probably size down since the fabric is pretty stretchy (it zips up the side so you can get a good fit). The top is still have it stocked in all sizes, AND you can save 20% off your entire order with code BREE20.
I absolutely adore these leather earrings they surprised me with too. I wore them this past weekend when I went out for my girlfriend’s birthday and I got compliments on them all night. They also come in this neutral tan color.
Don’t forget that I’m currently co-hosting a giveaway with Ivy Rowe Boutique for a $100 gift card, which will buy you a whole outfit;) It only takes a few seconds to enter, and you can easily get unlimited extra entries with each additional comment where you’ve tagged a friend:) Follow this link to enter!
So in my last post I was whining about how I’d been experiencing horrible episodes of vertigo after getting my first pair of glasses a few weeks ago. I ended up going back to the optometrist last Friday and they checked to see if my prescription was correct in my new glasses, which it was. Then they re-tested my eyes and gave me a bit of a weaker prescription. I still need to go pick up my glasses with the new lenses, but honestly I’m terrified to put them back on because my brain is just now starting to get back to normal after not wearing them for a week and a half. Last Thursday after not having worn them for a week I was having the worst vertigo episodes during my yoga class. They come on so suddenly too….it’s like a lightning strike, and my involuntary reaction is to grab my head and squeeze it until the feeling passes. It’s kind of embarrassing when it happens, but thankfully things seem to be improving now.
I’m thinking my brain just might not equipped to work with corrective lenses. I only need them to see distance, so I feel like my brain will never be able to get used to them since I don’t need them all the time, so it’ll remain in a constant state of confusion about how to process what I’m seeing. Does that make sense? Anyone else have this issue??