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Palm Beach Outfit Recap

January 16, 2019

Hi friends! I’m back from a trip to Palm Beach last weekend with Beautycounter. While my everyday life is rarely glamorous and the only reason I have to regularly get dressed up is going to Church on Sundays, Beautycounter trips give me an opportunity to pull out some dresses and clothes I wouldn’t otherwise wear! I got asked to recap where I got everything I wore, so here you go. A full run-down of the outfits I wore and where to get them.

Shoshana Micaela Shirtdress via Rent the Runway

I’ve used Rent the Runway a number of times for Beautycounter events but this was the first time I rented a dress on the more casual side of the spectrum. I loved this dress! In fact, I’m still debating buying it because it was so comfortable, cute and easy to wear. I highly recommend Rent the Runway’s “Unlimited” service if you are planning to need a few different outfits or having multiple occasions in a month that require special attire. It’s much more economical and less wasteful, in my opinion, since many of the dresses I’ve rented have been things I wouldn’t have a reason to wear often.

Cynthia Rowley Inverness Mixed Metalic Fish Dress

This dress is just so gosh darn fun I can’t handle it. It has a fun mix of patterns an and exposed back that shows just the right amount of skin. I love the fit, the length, everything about it!

This jumpsuit is from Anthropologie and the brand is HD Paris. I bought it on clearance in a store in Boise last spring and wasn’t able to find it online anywhere but if you can track it down, I love it and have worn it many times!

The jacket is from Old Navy and a total steal!

The dress I’m wearing in the top photo in this post is sort of hard to see, but I didn’t get a good full-body shot that night. It’s from Baltic Born and the ruffles on the bottom make it SO fun to wear!

So that’s it! A quick recap and hopefully a little guide on where to track down the pieces. It’s always SO fun to get dressed up, but also super fun to return home and put on some more casual attire. 🙂

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Favorite Finds Lately // Fancy Edition

December 18, 2018

Hi friends! I’ve been doing a little shopping for my upcoming work trips (Palm Beach, LA and Phoenix!) and, per usual, I’ve had to find a few pieces that are out of my typical scope of workout clothing and jeans + tops. Although it’s a big departure from my everyday life, I love getting the opportunity to dress up for events like this and then promptly return to my regular wardrobe of jeans and flats and, let’s be honest, puffer jackets six months out of the year.

Here are a few of my favorite finds lately, including this steal of a dress pictured above!

1. Astr The Label Lace Midi Dress (pictured above) // Nordstrom
This runs small, so size up! I’m wearing a medium and it fits great!

2. Laeken Neck Tie Ruffle Dress // Baltic Born
Short, dressy and flirty with heels; a little more casual when worn with tights, a jean jacket and booties!

3. Pleated Flare Dress // Ann Taylor
A little more work dressy than party dressy, but could easily transition between work and play. So comfortable and a great fit.

4. Carla Sock Block Heel Booties // Ann Taylor
I got these in black and they are SO comfortable!

5. Payton Tweed Bow Pumps // Ann Taylor
I got these in the leopard print, which is now sold out, but these are darling, too!

ALSO: It should be stated again and again that I have used Rent the Runway countless times in the last year and a half and I can’t recommend the service enough! So often I don’t have a regular need for, say, a black tie dress on the regular. Instead of dropping major cash on something I would likely only wear once, I’ve used Rent the Runway to fill in the gaps. It’s SUCH a great service and I highly recommend it!

Madison

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Favorite Finds Lately

November 16, 2018

Happy Friday, friends! It’s been another crazy week around these parts. Maybe I should stop saying that and just accept that it’s always a crazy week in this stage of life? But regardless, I’m thankful to have arrived at Friday in one piece and with some fun weekend plans on the books to boot.

Lately I’ve been doing a bit of a closet refresh, trying to hone in on my personal style and keep myself from falling into a slump. I even had a wardrobe stylist come over and do a little closet inventory for me – which I’ll blog about soon – so expect a few more posts on the fashion front to come.

In the meantime, I wanted to share with you a few awesome finds that I’ve been wearing and LOVING lately. Some a little pricier, some on the more affordable end, which tends to reflect my general style. Sometimes it’s worth the investment for a really classic piece, sometimes a cheaper version will totally do!

Distressed Jean Jacket for Women // Cute, affordable and a great fit

Long Sherpa Faux-Lined Coat // I’m wearing this everywhere these days

Everlane Cashmere Turtleneck Dress // I’ve been wearing this with my Spanx Faux Leather Leggings and booties

Chunky Cable-Knit Mock Neck // So cute for Christmas

Everlane The Cashmere Crew // I’ve owned mine in black for YEARS

Blondo Liam Ankle Booties // Waterproof, great for winter weather and snow/slush

 

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Must-Have Bargain Coat

November 9, 2018

Last weekend while we were in Kansas City visiting family. I popped into Old Navy. Is it just me or has Old Navy been absolutely killing it lately? I’m the first to admit that not everything from Old Navy is a runaway hit in terms of quality, but sometimes you find a total gem at a steal of a price and this coat is one such instance.

I actually snagged it at 50% off the already reasonable price it was listed at as part of last week’s card-holder event, but even at full retail price I think it’s a great value and a beautiful coat for slightly dressier occasions in the winter when you don’t really want to put on your puffer coat or something more casual. I’ve been looking for a coat like this for a year, but couldn’t quite pull the trigger on more expensive options from retailers like J. Crew

FIND THE COAT HERE // Madewell High Rise Skinny Jeans // J. Crew Chambray //

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Fall Skincare 101

September 18, 2018

Hello, friends! Today we are talking about SKINCARE and finding healthy, safe options as we transition into the cooler temps. While it’s still summer-feeling over here in Iowa, cold temps are right around the corner and it’s important to make sure that your skincare routine adapts to the weather.

It’s also worth noting that if the recommendations below don’t fit your needs, I’m always happy to do an individualized skincare consultation with you! You can always email madisonjanemayberry@gmail.com and I’m happy to consult you more individually on your needs.

That said, today I’m sharing three different sets of “must have” products based on your skin type so you are sure to have all the hydration your skin needs going into the cooler months. Because when your skin is pale and your summer tan has faded, you better at least have skin that’s blemish-free and glowing, right?

*Please note this isn’t a one-size-fits all recommendation and your actual best fit might be different/varied from what’s mentioned above. This is a general recommendation only.

If you have….

DRY, SENSITIVE SKIN (not acne prone)
1. Countermatch Cleansing Milk
2. Countermatch Adaptive Moisture Lotion & Recovery Sleeping Cream
2. Balancing Face Oil
3. Overnight Resurfacing Peel (used just 1x per week)

OILY, ACNE PRONE SKIN (not sensitive)
1. Countercontrol Clear Pore Cleanser
2. Countercontrol Matte Effect Gel Cream
3. Countrcontrol SOS Spot Treatment
4. Overnight Resurfacing Peel (used 2-3x per week)

DULL NORMAL SKIN (not sensitive or acne prone)
1. Nourishing Cream Cleanser
2. Rejuvenating Day Cream and Rejuvenating Night Cream
3. Brightening Face Oil
4. Overnight Resurfacing Peel (used 2-3x per week)

Personally, I follow the “Dry, Sensitive Skin” recommendation above and it’s been working SO well for me! My skin has literally never been happier. Don’t believe me? I’m wearing ZERO foundation or tinted moisturizer in the photo below. That glow? Well it’s the Overnight Resurfacing Peel in action!