This past weekend was Easter for my family! Besides the fact that Sunday was amazingly beautiful weather, of course, I had to add a pop of Spring color to my outfit! BAM! The skirt is from Target I bought last season and had only worn it once before this day and the top is from Express also my sister’s closet hehe :)
I was so happy Sunday and I’m not going to lie it was partly because of this bright outfit. The sunny day did help, but there are bright and cheerful colors that do have an effect on your mood. I really believe that. I felt confident and happy about myself. What I love about patterned fabric is that you can match it with any solid color item of clothing. It’s so classy and you’ll look super elegant.
This Spring, definitely go for bright colors and fun patterns. Be bold and don’t be afraid to hold back! And if you’re wondering where Bobbi Pierre is… he’s flying to Europe so I snuck in a fashion post before he takes over hehe. So remember live colorfully this Spring and embrace the confidence in you! :)
Dear Readers :) Thank you for following me, Bobbi Pierre, along in this journey! California is so beautiful and I have thoroughly enjoyed my visit. I’m closing my Cali visit off with the Redwood National Park. The trees were so big and tall! I was there all day and started my hike in the morning mist.
Have you all seen the Twilight series? I think I saw Edward in the woods and his beautiful skin…what?! Hey he’s pretty famous okay and yes, I did have my poster for him to sign. Well as I’m walking along minding my own business, Edward starts running towards me!! Scared out of my mind, I start walking backwards looking back. Then I realize, he ain’t coming after me, he’s running towards Jacob behind me. Whew!! I thought I was dead meat.
They’ll never get over it. Oh well… I stop and think. Wait Twilight was definitely set in Washington. Why are they here? Am I in Washington? Nahh they’re definitely hunting.
Happy Monday!! :)
A relative of the famous sequoia, the coastal redwood grows to spectacular heights, making it the tallest tree on earth, with heights of 250 feet being fairly commonplace and 350 feet not unheard of. more info(credit USA Today)
I, Bobbi Pierre, have been indulging on a little too much wine these past few days. After all, who wouldn’t want to in the beautiful Napa Valley! The rolling hills and the endless wineries are a pure delight. Oh, Robert Mondavi says hello to my Trav-Elle followers! I was trying to sneak a selfie with him…I tried but I ended up in here…