The Perfect Olive Vest

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VEST: Sold out / Similar

TOP:  Sold out / Similar

PANTS: Forever 21

SHOES: Sold outSimilar

NECKLACE: Kendra Scott


I am really loving anything Olive colored for the fall. This vest is seriously SO soft and really durable. It was one of those online purchases that I opened up and thought, “WOW this is great quality and worth every penny.” When buying clothes online, it can be hard to tell the quality (especially if it is a store you have never shopped at before), but let me just say that EVERYTHING I have order from Dottie Couture Boutique has been above and beyond my expectations. 

This vest is currently sold out, but they do ‘re-stocks’ on popular items if they can. I’ll be sure to let y’all know when the vest is back in stock! The top is also from Dottie Couture, but it has sold out as well. It is one of the softest shirts I have ever owned! I even added the picture Tyler snapped of me mid-shot running up to him to make him feel how soft it was. 

The top from the link I posted is also from Dottie, and is pretty much the same color, but is loose fitted at the bottom. The black jeans are from Forever 21 and are less than $8; literally a steal! I got the booties last year from Dottie so they aren’t for sale anymore, but I linked a similar pair that they are currently selling. 

Be sure to check back tomorrow morning for another Halloween themed post! Thanks for reading 🙂 

Stacked “BOO” Pumpkins

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WHAT YOU NEED: 

1 small pumpkin

1 medium pumpkin

1 large pumpkin

3 wooden letters that spell out “BOO”

black and orange spray paint

sliver glitter spray

hot glue gun

Hot glue gun: Walmart

All other supplies: Hobby Lobyy


This pumpkin craft is really easy and turns out super cute. First, I spray painted the small and large sized pumpkins black and the medium sized pumpkin orange. You don’t have to spray paint the medium pumpkin orange, but mine was a little marked up and dirty and the paint covers that right up. The black pumpkins were spray painted with 2 layers. While I let the pumpkins dry I painted each letter for the ‘BOO’ and did two layers on those as well. Once the pumpkins were dry, I sprayed all three with silver glitter. After all the letters and pumpkins were dry, I hot glued the letters to the pumpkins and then glued the pumpkins on top of each other. The hot glue gun I use is high temperature and works really well. It is less than $7 at Walmart. It doesn’t come with the glue sticks, so make sure you get those and that they are the right size for the gun.  Lastly, I painted the stem of the pumpkin on top gold for a little extra touch. Happy Halloween! 🙂