Outfits by the Hour

Thanksgiving is definitely all about the food, but as most girls do, I also think about what I'll be wearing for this very important holiday. Oldest sis Claire, her boyfriend, and I are running our first Turkey Trot. We are trying to start the day off on the right foot by squeezing in a little festive workout! This means layers of warm running clothes for a chilly early morning run. 
After changing out of my running gear it's time for the main event, the feast. Printed wool shorts, tights, booties and an oversized sweater are packed in my bag to take home for the holiday.  
Lastly, it's post-feast/pie and wine on the couch time. The mass amount of creamed corn, dressing and sweet potatoes that will be consumed means one thing, stretchy pants. I usually go for a sampler of all the pies we have so comfy clothes that allow room for a food baby are a must as the last outfit of the night. 
Turkey Trot: The North Face down vest/Nike thermal running tights/Nike Frees 4.0 running shoes
Feast: Zara turtleneck sweater/Zara printed shorts/Dolce Vita booties
Lounge: Zara hooded poncho/H&M jogging pants


On Trend

Yesterday, Lauren Conrad posted to Facebook how to take runway trends to reality. She lists the trends in clothes, accessories and make-up that were seen on the runway. Her trends were on point and I'm all over them. 

For Fall 2014, we are seeing faux fur, 60s inspired dresses, knits, western hats, hard shell clutches, top-rimmed sunglasses, stylish sneakers, mod booties and fancy loafers.
Below is a round-up of my favorite fall trend pieces. I like to by my "trendy" clothes at a low price because we all know in a year they won't be cool anymore. For trendy but cheap, I turn to Zara, Missguided, H&M, and Forever 21

Do you have a favorite fall trend this season? I'm adopting the hat, knits and sneakers trend into my wardrobe. 


Home sweet H&M home goods! See what I did in the title their? The H and M are capitalized cause I'm punny and stuff. 
Anyway, have y'all seen the home department at H&M? It is goooood! I knew they had a home line, similar to Zara's, but I hadn't checked it out yet. I was happy to find out the H&M in Georgetown was fully equipped with their home goods. The thing is, although I walk by the store everyday I had yet to go inside and see it because whoever does their window displays decided to put their least beautiful (nice term for ugly) things in the window, totally causing me to turn my nose up and keep walking by. 
That was until my ultra fabulous boss was raving about the line, so I figured I'd actually step inside the store this time. Complete 180. Everything is white, cream, bronze, silver, black or some shade of pretty. 

I wish I was staying in D.C. for a more substantial amount time so I had a reason to decorate my dorm with all of the H&M pretties! Unfortunately that's not the case. But, I do have my cutie house in Norman waiting for my return. Not to wish away the summer or anything, but it is time to start getting some things together for my house back home. 
I think I can pretty much guarantee that the silver bin, marble tray and one of the throw pillows will be getting shipped home from D.C. to Norman!
You must go check out all of the goods they have online, and if you are near an H&M with the home stuff in store go see for your own eyes! Oh, and did I mention how insanely cheap everything is? And by cheap I don't mean the quality. Their products are still constructed perfectly, but they also have the perfect price tag!