Call me crazy, but I think the sexiest and most beautiful part of a woman's body is her shoulder. Some women like to show off their legs and others their chest, but if I want to feel beautiful and sexy I like showing my shoulders. 

Off-the-shoulder tops and dresses were in style last spring and summer, and they have returned yet again. Fashion inspired by the 1970's is trending in a huge way, and these tops along with flared denim is here to stay for awhile. 

I love this white, off-the-shoulder top by Elizabeth and James because it's comfortable, doesn't wrinkle and the pattern is ultra feminine. To achieve the full 70's inspired fashion trend I paired this top with wide-leg Alice + Olivia trousers. Don't be afraid of volume. I'm size 10, and I can still wear voluminous things without looking oversized. It's just about balance. Just make sure that you wear tall shoes to elongate your body. I wore platforms and made sure the hem went over my toes. Add some long necklaces to complete your boho look. 

However, if you're too nervous to wear flared denim, you can always go with a good pair of skinny jeans. They are classic and define your body more. You really don't need too many accessories to make this outfit complete. The top really does all of the work for you. 

Photos by Rennai Hoefer

Bumble & Bumble Surf Spray

It's beach season! YAY! I'm finally headed out to the east coast this week, and I couldn't be more excited to see my family and swim, swim, swim. I'm also excited to get some more use out of my new favorite hair product, Bumble & Bumble Surf Spray.

This product has been on the market a long time, and I've never used it simply because I thought it was ridiculously expensive for such a small bottle. I still think it's pretty expensive, BUT after trying almost 20 different curly hair products so far this one takes the cake.

Why you ask? Well, I don't have to use ANY other products with it. All it takes is five sprays or so on damp hair. Add a blow dryer and defuse your hair upside down...Voila! My hair is voluminous, soft, curly and smells awesome!

You can find this product at Sephora.

Dry Shampoo is Better


Everyone that is reading this needs to try dry shampoo! After talking to both my colorist and my hair stylist, I have been convinced to start incorporating dry shampoo into my routine and I love it! Washing your hair every day, for those that have oily hair, can actually cause your scalp to produce more oil, and if you have color treated hair, every time you wash your hair your color fades slightly and dries your ends. Using dry shampoo saves time because you don't have to re-style or blow dry you hair daily, helps keep your hair healthy and gives youmore texture and volume to play with. Here are some product recommendations...Ojon Run Out Dry Cleanser - I use this product on my hair. Just shake and spray your roots while holding the can a couple inches away. Then just rub your roots to work in the product. It smells super yummy too! $24.00

Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo Spray - Most of the reviews on dry shampoo that I've read have recommended this product. I have yet to try, but probably will next time around. $21.00

TIGI's Rockaholic Dirty Secret Dry Shampoo - This dry shampoo comes recommended by my hair stylist. She uses it all of the time and this girl has amazing volume to her hair.

Aveda Pure Abundance Hair Potion - This product isn't a spray. It a powder that you can either liquify and put in your wet hair to create volume or you can leave as a powder and sprinkle at your roots for great second day hair. It has Aveda's signature scent that will last all day in your hair and it's better on the environment because it doesn't come in an aerosol can.

Bumble & Bumble Hair Powder - This product is different from the other because the spray is colored to avoid having to worry about rubbing white powder all of the way through. Just choose the spray that matches your hair and you're set. The only downside to this product is that it costs $35.00 for only 4 ounces. eek!

Psssssst Instant Spray Shampoo - My friend Promise loves this product. It only costs $4.00 at CVS! She feels like it works just as well as TIGI's Rockaholic. I think I might check this out pretty soon. I know my wallet will thank me for sure!