Jacque from Lil’ Critters is currently one of my favorite sponsors (are you allowed to say that about sponsors? Is it taboo like saying a child is your favorite?!) But it’s because I know her in real life. She opened up her hair clip shop a few years ago, but just recently re-opened it now that she isn’t working full time.
Let me just tell you, these clips are one of a kind, insanely adorable, and so reasonably priced (especially because most of them come in sets of two!). A few of my favorites from her shop are the snail, the strawberries, and the ice cream cone and cupcake.
If you guys have daughters, nieces, or any little girl you love, head on over and check out all her amazing clips! You can bet my nieces will be getting some this year for birthdays and Christmas!
Katie is the brains behind High Heels and Bubble Gum. She has such a fun and colorful style, but I think my favorite thing about her style is that it’s relateable. Like, I could see myself wearing a lot of the items in her closest, and the pieces are from stores that I regularly shop at (not insanely out of my price range and leave me coveting). I think my favorite of her recent outfits is the pairing of this navy and bright green.
Head on over to her blog to see more of her outfits!
Sam, from Young People in Love is one of those people that just exudes happiness. I actually know Sam in real life too (after being long-time blog friends, I met her for the first time when she invited me to her and Chas’ wedding — how awesome is that?), and she’s just as cool in person as she comes across in her blog. She blogs about love, adventures, her soon-to-arrive baby girl, and her art (which is so amazing).
We have an awesome giveaway from her coming up soon, so stay tuned!
Audrey, at Putting Me Together, is currently one of my favorite bloggers. Not only does she have amazing style (that is also very relateable), she is always spreading the love by showing her readers how to get more out of their wardrobes. She is the master of remixing, and recently did an entire series on building a remixable wardrobe (definitely something every woman should read). Also, check out her One Piece, Different Ways feature, which will give you a gazillion ideas on how to remix the clothes in your closet.
I wish I owned pretty much every item in her closet. Go check out her awesome blog.