Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Beach Babe: Swimwear Trends

It's been a long time since I've actually looked forward to swimsuit season. I've been taking 4 CYC classes a week during their Spring Into Change Challenge (see my interview on their blog here) and it's fun to see hard work starting to pay off. Bring on the stand up paddleboarding on the lake! I'm no model, but I've been working really hard to feel more fit! 

It seems like for the first time in a while there are some really fun new swim silhouettes beyond the ordinary triangle string bikini. I'm sharing my favorite swim picks and three of my favorite trends to help you channel your inner beach babe! The halter bikini, rashguard & bustier bikini borrow from fashion runways and classic surf culture and are all huge trends for this summer.

Top Swimwear Trends for the Beach Babe

Top 3 Swimwear Trends for the Beach Babe

Halter Bikini Top: This high neck style is a bit more of a sporty silhouette than a string bikini. It's perfect for smaller chested ladies & a great way to show off fun patterns.


Rashguards: This surfing inspired trend can be equal parts functional and fashionable. It offers extra sun protection during water sports, but also comes in fashion forward print options!

1.  Coco Palm Rashguard | 2. Salty Dayz Vest | 3. Print Crop Surf Shirt | 4. Sunset Surf Rashguard

Bustier Bikini Top: This balconette style offers some additional support with undirewires and a corset-like structure. Perfect for bustier girls looking for a swimsuit style!




Other swimwear trends I'm loving are high waisted bottoms, cutout one pieces & floaty kimono jacket cover-ups.

Which of these swim trends is your favorite? 

xoxo, lauren

Monday, May 4, 2015

Mint to Be

It was such a wonderful week in Utah. We spent as much time outdoors as possible, soaking in the mountain air, sunlight and quite literally taking time to smell the flowers. When we got back yesterday I was so happy to see that Spring had finally arrived in Wisconsin. Everything is blooming, coming back to life, and it feels like things are off to a fresh start!
I've been traveling so much over the past couple of weeks that I've been playing catch up on emails. Truth be told, life doesn't stop just because you're not there. Work will go on without you, the gym membership will still be there & the emails will too! I feel thankful for a business that I can take on the road, but also I've realized how important it is to fully unplug.
Reading Arianna Huffington's "Thrive" especially put things into perspective for me. She talks about how taking time for yourself makes a world of difference in stress level and well being.
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What I'm Wearing:
Mint Dress: Belle on Fifth | Clutch: Lilly Pulitzer for Target (similar) | Necklace: Lizzibeth  (similar) | Bracelets: Pink, Orange, White Cuff, Gold Chain Bracelet
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On another springy note, this dress from Belle on Fifth is one of my favorite hues right now. I love the tailored silhouette of the dress too. It pairs quite perfectly with one of my Lilly Pulitzer for Target finds, this fun printed tassel clutch and matching arm party. This preppy mint, pink & orange color combo reminds me of a colorful spring bouquet.

Are you planning to spend your Spring more "unplugged"?

xoxo, lauren

Sunday, May 3, 2015

My Mom's a Gem

It seems as if you grow to appreciate your mom a little bit more with each passing year. I just got back from spending the past week with mine in Park City, Utah. Since I live in Wisconsin and she lives in Florida I don't get to see her nearly as much as I'd like to but it makes each occasion even more special. With Mother's Day right around the corner it couldn't have come at a better time. I was glad to snap a few pictures of the two of us on a beautiful spring afternoon in Utah.
 
I think my mom gave me an unwavering care for friends and family, an appreciation for life in the Midwest, the creative gene, and a serious affinity for beauty products (though she doesn't need any of them)! She's my biggest cheerleader and is always there to support my family. She's taught me that a surprise floral arrangement is the quickest way to make someone's day and the relaxing power of a great facial. She's the best mom ever and I'm so lucky to have her.
 
 I'm happy to team up with JTV to pamper my mom with some much-deserved Mother's Day jewelry. We're both wearing the Pear Shaped Rose Gold Morganite Ring. The Cor de Rosa Morganite was easy for us both to agree on- it's the most beautiful shade of pale pink and is perfect for bringing a little bit of sparkle to every outfit. Be sure to check out the end of this post where I'll be doing a giveaway of this exact ring style for one lucky reader!
 
La Petite Fashionista: Mother's Day Jewelry
 
La Petite Fashionista: Mother's Day

La Petite Fashionista: Mother's Day

La Petite Fashionista: Mother's Day Jewelry
 
La Petite Fashionista: Mother's Day Jewelry
 
JTV has a beautiful selection of jewelry for you to give to your mom this Mother's Day (or treat yourself!). It's not to late to order either, order by May 7th at the latest to get your jewelry in time for Mother's Day (with minimal additional shipping fees). It's not a secret that moms love getting jewelry! I adore that my mom and I have a matching piece too, every time I wear it I'll think about her!
 
Still looking for something special for your mama? Here are a few of my favorites from JTV
 
La Petite Fashionista: Mother's Day Jewelry

My Picks for Mother's Day Rings from JTV:
 
 Want to win a ring of your own from JTV? Enter our giveaway below:
 
What's your best trait from your mom?
 
xoxo, lauren


Disclosure:A special thank you to JTV for sponsoring this post & letting me pamper my mom for Mother's Day!

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Women Who Inspire Us: Fashion Designer, Lindsay Hayes

I love featuring inspiring women who are working in different careers to give insight into what they do in their job and give some tips for how to get there. Today, I'm profiling Lindsay Hayes, an incredibly talented fashion designer! She breaks down how she got her start and knew she wanted to be a designer in our Q&A with her today. 

Lindsay offers some great words of  wisdom for anyone looking to work their way into the fashion industry. Isn't it amazing when you can be working in a job that you love? Thank you so much to Lindsay for sharing a look at what it's like to be a fashion designer.


LPF: When did you realize you wanted to become a designer?

Lindsay: I'd always been creative and as a child would spend my weekends painting and drawing.  As I got older this translated into a love of fashion.  I knew I wanted to be a designer as soon as I realized that combining these things was in fact an actual job that someone would pay me to do!


LPF: How did you get started as a designer?

Lindsay: I studied fashion marketing in England and as part of the 4 year course, I undertook a work placement designing accessories at Monsoon Accessorize in London.  I loved every minute of it so when they offered me a full time job I jumped at the chance.


LPF: What's been your proudest moment in your career?

Lindsay: There have been a lot of moments I've been proud of but one of the earlier ones was when one of my handbag designs made the front cover of a UK fashion magazine


LPF: Favorite piece you've ever designed?

Lindsay: That's a tough one as my designs for each of the companies I've worked for have been so different!  I'd probably have to choose a leather bag I designed for Abercrombie & Fitch.  At the time, it was the first elevated handbag collection that had made it to production at A&F.


LPF: Advice for anyone looking to work in design?

Lindsay: Get as much work experience as possible and try and learn as much from each of them as you can. Unpaid work experience might mean working for free but it's definitely not working for nothing.


LPF: How do you get inspired/where do you find inspiration?

Lindsay: Everywhere!  Friends & family, coworkers, travel, social media!

Thank you again for sharing us with Lindsay! I couldn't agree more with her advice about getting as much experience as you can. I think that's the thing that's helped me most in my career path as well. 


xoxo, lauren

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

LPF Travels: Salt Lake City

My sincerest apologies for the radio silence at LPF over the past few days! I had full expectations of having tons of lovely scheduled content during my family vacation to Utah, but life happens! As you saw in my last post, my sweet Nana passed away last week and things just didn't go as planned as far as my blog preparation goes. But, that's real life and this trip has been just what the doctor ordered!

I've been sharing peeks at what we're up to on instagram, but I wanted to share more of a travel journal here on the blog since we've been doing and seeing so much. It's been a great mix of family time, sightseeing, and the great outdoors. I've been able to unplug and soak it all in.

Here's a look at what we've been up to during our first couple of days in Salt Lake City. Although most come to visit Utah during ski season, being here in the Spring is just beautiful. Everything's starting to bloom, the weather is glorious, and has more of a local feel.

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Beautiful and colorful gardens in Temple Square in downtown SLC

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Stopping at gorgeous French bakery, La Bonne Vie as a must on my list. 

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A coffee at the Rose Establishment, a beautiful cafe in an old industrial space.

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Red Butte Garden didn't have much in bloom yet, but loved these cabbage plants!

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We loved grabbing a Mexican lunch at Taqueria 27 with unique Utah-centric ingredients like pickled cactus!

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I grabbed a groupon deal for us all to visit the Natural History Museum of Utah. It was easily one of the nicest museums I've ever visited and we loved all the dinosaur displays and sweeping views.

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Again, so much beautiful color in bloom in Salt Lake City!

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I'm so thankful to have my guy here for our family vacation to relax and adventure around with me!

Over the past couple of days we've been hiking and soaking up all of the great mountain views in Park City. We also all watched Wild last night (loved it!) which motivated me that much more during our 8 mile hike today.

When life gets crazy or brings you down, nothing feels better than being with the people you love, exploring a new place. If SLC's on your wanderlust list, be sure to check out the above. There's also an AMAZING indoor/outdoor mall, City Creek Center.

Know of any great activities/restaurants/etc. in Utah? Feel free to send them my way or tweet me @lpfashionista.www.twitter.com/lpfashionista

xoxo, lauren 

Friday, April 24, 2015

5 Things I Learned from My Nana

I don't share a lot of personal things on my blog, but it also seems strange to completely disregard things (and people) that are such a big part of my life. I sadly lost my Nana this week, my sweet grandmother - one who traveled Europe with me after graduation and was savvy enough to comment on my Facebook pictures. She and my Poppie (who we lost last year, sadly), were high school sweethearts and she reminds me of a classic Audrey Hepburn in her photos.
 
Nana, or Marilyn- was one of the most special ladies I know and I thought it was only right that I honor her memory by sharing some of the things I've learned from her.

5 Things I Learned from my Nana  
 
5 Things I Learned from My Nana
 
1. Good things come in small packages.
I get my petite stature from my Nana. She stood right at 5' as well but also made it feel like petite was powerful. She knew how to dress her figure and we had that special bond that fellow shorties seem to have. Plus, if I ever forgot anything during our trips up north, I always had someone to borrow from.
 
2. Life is better at the lake.
Growing up I spent every single summer at my grandparent's cabin in northern Wisconsin. I've been all over the world, but it's without a doubt my favorite place. So many happy memories spent around the campfire, shucking corn on the patio for family dinner and waterskiing.

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Nana at the lake as a teen

3. Family matters more than anything
My nana and poppie's favorite time of year was those weeks at the lake with the entire family together. She took extra effort to make get together's special. She would never miss a card for every holiday and phone call on birthdays. She even learned how to navigate Facebook so she could keep up with her family near and far. . As a family we all enjoyed a good Friday night fish fry drinking brandy old fashioned's & Leinie's and catching up on eachother's lives.

4. Take time to stop & enjoy life
Nana knew how to stop to enjoy life more than anyone I know. She relished in drinking coffee outdoors on warm summer mornings, watching the hummingbirds buzz around their feeders. She tended to her beautiful gardens daily and listened and sang along the polka hour on public radio.

5 Things I Learned from My Nana
Nana & poppie, young and in love!
 
5. Travel when you can
It doesn't have to be European adventures- though we did take a 3 week trip around Europe (and I am especially thankful for those memories now).  Nana and poppie took their family on trips all the time big and small- road trips out West to see the National Parks & just weekend camping trips to the lake. When they retired they traveled everywhere they could and bought a sailboat to enjoy Florida at its best. I feel the same way- I want to do & see as much as possible!
 
It's never easy to lose a grandparent. I have had such close relationships with all of them that things are never quite the same without them. I'm so glad to be able to look back on what I've learned and celebrate their life. Nana, we love you & will miss you so much, thank you for everything.
 
xoxo, lauren


Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Creating an Inspiring Workspace

One of the most challenging things about being a solopreneur is not having my own office space. Though I love showing off what I'm working on from instagram, what you don't see is that my "office" is a tiny desk, in our bedroom! No complaints here,  I love the flexibility of working from home, but, it definitely doesn't give me much space to "make it my own". Thankfully, I do have a side of a bookcase, that borders my desk that makes for a perfect "inspiration board". Work with what you have right?

While I'm working during the day I love to light a candle & stream podcasts (my faves here). Surrounding myself with things that inspire me- motivational quotes, colorful desk accessories and fun faux florals is my favorite way to work. I also like to stay organized by keeping my weekly schedule at top of mind. Washi tape is my favorite way to adhere things- it makes it easy to switch pieces in and out whenever I need a change! I also like to choose piece in the same color scheme to make sure everything coordinates. Think about your "power color", what makes you feel happy and confident at work? For me, it's pink (obviously)!

La Petite Fashionista: Creating an Inspiring Workspace in Your Home Office

La Petite Fashionista: Creating an Inspiring Workspace in Your Home Office

La Petite Fashionista: Creating an Inspiring Workspace in Your Home Office

La Petite Fashionista: Creating an Inspiring Workspace in Your Home Office

La Petite Fashionista: Creating an Inspiring Workspace in Your Home Office

I'm always on the lookout at the Target dollar bins for colorful and inexpensive office supplies to brighten up my desk. I also love saving heartfelt cards to display them.  My latest favorite is this "Serenity" candle that I picked up when I was home at the very cute décor shop Clayton Gray Home (they ship for free)! It's one of my favorite sayings when I start worrying about anything in life.
My tips for creating an inspiring workspace at home are:
  • Candles: I'm a sucker for slow burning Capri Blue candles & local brand The Grey Designer
  • Podcasts & Music: I love listening to podcasts (did you catch me as a guest on Influential Gal?) & Songza for finding the perfect music to match my mood.
  • Planners + Calendars: I've found that the combination of great design & functionality means I'll be more likely to use it. I love my Rifle Paper Co weekly planning notepad.
  • Inspirational Prints & Cards: I've been getting some as gifts lately so I love putting them up by my desk. I love anything fashion, uplifting & #girlboss related!
  • Business Cards: I like having them on hand & easy to grab before I run to a coffee date or meeting. My square cards are from MOO & I love having all of my different Instagram photos on them (Save 10% on them if your a first time customer here)!
  • Affordable Office Supplies: As I mentioned, I love picking up pretty, colorful pieces from Target, Marshalls & Michael's! Right now I have a gold striped bulletin board that makes it easy to pin up notes & photos and a pink pencil holder.
Here are a few of my favorite colorful & inspiring office supplies and desk accessories to help you get the look:




Not seen is the cup of coffee and my trusty laptop that always have a space at my desk! Overall, I love working from home and creating a tranquil & inspiring atmosphere to work in after working in a cubicle for a few years. I'm thankful for this little space of mine to create and work in!

How do you create an inspiring workspace for your home office/desk?

xoxo, lauren

Monday, April 20, 2015

Latest Lust: Lilly Pulitzer Inspired

Did you guys make it out to "Pink Sunday" as people are dubbing the launch of the Lilly Pulitzer for Target launch? I'm pretty sure my boyfriend thought I was insane for waking up early & planning my day around shopping. I'd had it marked on my calendar since I first heard the news! As soon as the doors opened at our store in Wisconsin there was literally girls running to the racks. Thankfully, everyone was nice & even sharing their bounty. I even ran into a few of my old co-workers & Kaylee of Pleats and Pearls!
 
It was absolutely insane but a ton of fun. I even ended up with quite a few colorful Lilly Pulitzer for Target pieces. It wasn't beneath me to shop the kids section either! I'm so sorry for everyone who had a poor experience! I'm definitely not cut out for stressful shopping, but it was an experience to say the least! As a former fashion buyer, I can't imagine the nightmare it must be planning an event like that!
 
These were the treasures I was able to score on opening day.
 
La Petite Fashionista: Lilly Pulitzer for Target Finds
 
Unable to score anything at the sale & refuse to pay exorbitant eBay prices (ridiculous!)? I've rounded up a few of my favorite preppy pink and green Lilly inspired style and decor pieces so you don't have to get Fashion FOMO!
 
La Petite Fashionista: Lilly Pulitzer Inpired Home + Fashion
 
Get the Look: Lilly Pulitzer Inspired
 
Even though these pieces aren't Lilly, they still have that preppy, Palm Beach feel. I can't get enough of gingham & eyelet, monograms, pineapples & punchy prints and this is the perfect time of year to wear them!
 
Still have your heart set on one of the Lilly Pulitzer for Target pieces? I recommend checking back at your local store this week for any returns or exchanges that have come in!
 
Did you participate in the craziness of "Pink Sunday"?
 
xoxo, lauren

Friday, April 17, 2015

Preppy Summer at the Lake

Summers so close I can feel it! I'm so ready to spend some time on the lake and some afternoons working outside enjoying the sunshine and warm weather. We captured these photos last summer with my LPF intern Courtney & her friend Madalyn at our local dock for La Petite Fashionista Mag's Summer issue. Our all-american Summer at the Lake editorial is styled with preppy polka dots & stripes, boat shoes, & nautical accessories from Lizzibeth. It's preppy, Midwestern style and reminds me of all of my years spent at my grandparent's lake house.

Be sure to check out the details below to win two free tickets to Lizzibeth's 2nd Anniversary Bash at Whiskey Bar in Milwaukee, the perfect way to kick off Summertime. My girl, Lizzi, loaned us some of her beautiful pieces for our editorial and she has a fantastic selection of baubles! 

La Petite Fashionista: Preppy Summer at the Lake 

La Petite Fashionista: Preppy Summer at the Lake

La Petite Fashionista: Preppy Summer at the Lake

La Petite Fashionista: Preppy Summer at the Lake
  
La Petite Fashionista: Preppy Summer at the Lake

La Petite Fashionista: Preppy Summer at the Lake 

La Petite Fashionista: Preppy Summer at the Lake

Photography by: Mengelhart Photography | Styled by Lauren Felix
Models: Courtney & Madalyn

Want to get the look? Check out these Preppy Midwest Summer must-haves:


Also, enter here to win a ticket to the Lizzibeth 2nd Anniversary Bash (held at Whiskey Bar in Milwaukee on 4/25) which includes a fashion show & fab swag bag! You can also purchase tickets here. I'll be notifying the winner early next week!



What are you most excited about for summer?

xoxo, lauren

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

LPF Travel Guide to Tampa: Eat, Shop, See

I grew up in the Tampa Bay area, but there are so many things you take for granted until you move away.  Coming back home has given me a new outlook- and an excuse to discover new places and revisit old favorites. I had a chance to explore Tampa with two of my girlfriends last weekend. My sister gave us a list of places we "must see" & we had fun shopping, eating & exploring our way around town.

La Petite Fashionista: Travel Guide to Tampa

In today's post I wanted to share a locals guide with suggestions of places to dine & shop and things to do while you visit. There's also a ton of great coastal towns in the Tampa Bay area. While they're more beachy (and great places to get seafood & tropical drinks), Tampa has more of a "city" feel though still offers beautiful waterfront views.


WHERE TO EAT | Tampa Restaurants + Bars

La Petite Fashionista: Local's Travel Guide to Tampa | Oxford Exchange

La Petite Fashionista: Local's Travel Guide to Tampa | Oxford Exchange
Oxford Exchange Dining Room + Coffee

Oxford Exchange: This is literally my favorite place in Tampa. From the locally sourced menu to the impeccable interior design to the coffee bar & specially curated shops. It's a must see when you're in town (and .. coffee art)! It's pretty much my dream to open up a place like this!

Boca: This  farm-to-table restaurant in Hyde Park has a unique menu and truly delicious craft cocktails. It has a vibrant crowd at night, so be sure to make reservations. The menu is set up for sharing. The stand out feature of the restaurant is a vertical garden wall. 

 La Petite Fashionista: Local's Travel Guide to Tampa | Piquant Hyde Park
Piquant Cocktail Bar

Piquant:This is an adorable French bistro and bakery style restaurant in Hyde Park Village. I ended up getting the Strawberry Basil gimlet- so refreshing! I tried the roasted chicken salad croissant as well and it was delicious. I loved the french style decor & entryway features a bakery case full of beautiful pastries.

Cooper's Hawk:  This winery/restaurant is the perfect place to stop after a day of shopping at International Plaza. It features a huge menu and there is a winery inside- so they let you sample any of the wines you'd like and offer suggestions for pairing with your dinner.


 La Petite Fashionista: Local's Travel Guide to Tampa | Cigar City Brewery

Cigar City Brewery: Craft breweries are popping up like crazy in the Tampa Bay area. This brewery is close to downtown and offers a ton of varieties on tap featuring unique FL ingredients. They can even fill up a growler for you to take home as a souvenir. 

La Petite Fashionista: Local's Travel Guide to Tampa | Buddy Brew Coffee

Buddy Brew Coffee: This local coffee shop roasts its own beans and is a beautiful place to sit up at the coffee bar to have a cup or enjoy some avocado toast. Literally the best caramel latte I've ever had and I obsessed over all of the reclaimed wood and edison bulb pendant light decor.


WHERE TO SHOP | Tampa Boutiques + Stores

La Petite Fashionista: Local's Travel Guide to Tampa | Clayton Gray Boutique
Clayton Gray Home

Clayton Gray Home: My sister told me that I had to stop in this independent interior design boutique and I'd been following them on Instagram ever since. The vignettes throughout the store were exactly my style and insantly made me wish I had brought a bigger suitcase. Good news- they offer free shipping!

A. Haley Boutique: Another one of Allie's recommendations. This cute store was filled with affordable, colorful and trendy fashion finds. A great place to support & shop local!

La Petite Fashionista: Local's Travel Guide to Tampa | Anthropologie Hyde Park
Anthropologie in Hyde Park Village

La Petite Fashionista: Local's Travel Guide to Tampa | Lululemon Hyde Park 
Lululemon at Hyde Park Village

Hyde Park Village: This is a shopping & dining area filled with tons of options! I especially love the giant Anthropologie store, Lululemon, Francesca's and independent boutiques. My absolute favorite shop in the village was Salt Pines, filled with southern lines like Lauren James, Judith March & Bourbon and Boweties.

International Plaza: I grew up spending many a weekend at International Plaza Mall & it still never disappoints. With stores like Nordstrom, Lilly Pulitzer, J.Crew, Zara & Roxy, I always find something. There's also an entertainment area with bars & restaurants.

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Oxford Exchange: As I mentioned, not only is Oxford Exchange a delicious restaurant and coffee shop they also have an amazing shop & bookstore under their roof. It's filled with a lot of local brands and interior design and entertaining pieces. I picked up a "tobacco & mint" scented candle from local Seventh Avenue Apothecary.

WHAT TO DO | Activities in Tampa

La Petite Fashionista: Local's Travel Guide to Tampa | Downtown Tampa

Downtown Tampa: This area tends to slow down during the weekend, but offers several local museums to visits and the brand new Riverwalk. We took a long stroll, but it would be especially fun during the special events they hold quite frequently.

Tampa Bay Rays Game: The Tampa Bay Rays games are right downtown and you can usually score fairly inexpensive tickets. Travel like a local and catch a game! 


La Petite Fashionista: Local's Travel Guide to Tampa |Florida Sunset

Gasparilla Pirate Festival: If you're truly looking for a unique experience head down to Tampa during the Gasparilla Pirate Festival. It's in January ever year and the perfect excuse to get dressed up like a pirate, watch the "pirate ships" invade Tampa Bay and enjoy some rum!  

Watch a Gulf Coast Sunset: Even if you're not into laying out on the beach all day, get to somewhere waterfront to watch a colorful Florida sunset. They rarely disappoint. I like to head to neighboring Clearwater Beach's Pier 60 to watch. 

I hope you enjoy my local's guide to Tampa Bay! It's fun to see the city evolving with even more things to do, see & eat. Other highlights of my weekend include waking up early for a Pure Barre class with my friend Jaclyn- glad my friends love trying new things as much as I do. I definitely appreciate things more now coming home to visit!

Live in the area or visited? Let me know if you think there's anything to add to the list!

xoxo, lauren

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