We love shopping online because we find the best deals on cheap websites! We recently discovered boohoo.com and looove it! They are GREAT quality for the price. They always have 50%-70% off deals which makes all there stuff basically under $30!
These are just a couple pieces we bought from them, but we will do more try on hauls of other stores with more clothes for you guys!
Let us know if there are any other stores or types of videos you would like us to do :)
Grey Maternity Dress
Black Tie Top
Pink Maternity Dress
Boo Hoo is one of our favorite online stores. Ashlyn discovered it while being pregnant, while on the hunt for cute maternity clothes. And we discovered that they have just a ton of super cute and good quality clothes for cheap! Right now they are having a 50% off sale!! You don't want to miss out on this. We added some of our fav picks. But there are tons more on the website too. Buying and shipping is super easy and relatively fast. Hope you find some cute stuff!! Use code YAY50 for 50% off and 50FREE for free shipping with orders over $50!
I have had tons and tons of questions about how my romwe swimsuits fit. So I decided to do a swimsuit try-on haul! In this video you will see how the different types of suits fit my body, and the quality of the suit. I am currently 32 weeks pregnant, but all these swimsuits (except the one piece) are the sizes I would wear without being pregnant.
I love love love swimmies, so buying expensive ones are not ideal for me because I like so many styles that I like to wear a new one every time lol. Romwe has super cute and affordable swimsuits that are great quality too. It is so crazy when I compare my expensive suits with my cheaper ones, and I see how similar they are! Most of these are made out of the exact same fabric!
Hope this helps you when you decided to buy some swimsuits! Thanks for watching!
1. Yellow/Green $18.99 (my color sold out-here is the link for same one for $23)
2. Watermelon: $10.50
3. Fringe/Crotchet: $16.99
4. One-Piece Rainbow: $12.99
5. White Halter: $13.99
6. Blue/Pink off the-shoulder: $13.99
7. Maroon/White off the-shoulder: $11.99
We are starting some DIY home improvement projects and we are so excited to share with our followers what we find! Ashlyn and I both recently bought homes, and this is the first time we've really been able to decorate and make these places our own. I have a big blank wall in my kitchen and I needed to fill it with something. My husband had a couple pallets in our garage that were just sitting there and I knew there was something that could be done with them! I saw a picture on Pinterest that gave me inspiration to make this plant hanger and turned out AMAZING.
First off, here are all the supplies you will need:
1 Pallet (Free)
Stain of your choice ($6)
Plants (real or fake) ($15)
Mason Jars ($0.50)
Steel Utensil Holders ($7)
Small screws ($3)
There are a lot of different sizes of pallets out there so you will just need to decide what size wall hanger you want and cut the pallet accordingly. I chose to make my wall hanger 2.75 ft long and just left the width so I basically I just took off the additional pieces of vertical wood until there were 5 wood pieces.
My pallet had all of the wood pieces brought forward so I ended up taking two up them and nailing them to the back so it wasn't all flat.
You will have a lot of ugly nail holes from taking out nails and putting them back in so you will definitely want to fill them in. I used this wood filler from home depot and it works great! After the stain is all done you can hardly tell where the wood filler is.
(I didn't have anything fancy to apply the wood filler with so I just used a paint still I had lying around and it worked just fine.)
After you apply the wood filler and it has dried for a while, you are ready to sand! This part is super easy and only takes a couple minutes. If you have an electric sander that will probably work best but a hand sander can also do the job. I don't have a picture of this part so if you have any questions about it just leave a comment below.
STAIN! This is the fun part. :) I chose the stain Jacobean from Home Depot, but choose whatever stain you like! I didn't want to pallet to be all one flat color, I wanted it to look a little more rustic and natural so when I stained it I made sure to just put a little stain on a cloth and rub it on the wood in long strokes and keep rubbing till the stain was light on the wood so there were dark parts and light parts.
Now is the time to dress up your pallet and start adding the plants! I started out with real plants but they ended up dying like the first week and I could not keep them alive no matter how hard I tried.. So I gave in and went to Ikea and purchased their fake plants which are just as beautiful! I also bought some mason jars from the DI which were only $.50 so I decided to do some in the mason jars and some in these steel utensil holders from Ikea.
To get the mason jars attached to the pallet I used hose clamps I got from O'Reilly and drilled those directly into the pallet and then tightened the masons jars in the clamps. So EASY!
Here is the finished product! It turned out beautifully, and Im really happy with it! It goes perfect in my kitchen and brightens up that wall. If you have a kitchen that gets a little more direct sunlight real plants and herbs would work so well!
If you have any questions or need a little more explanation on anything please comment below! Enjoy!
We always look forward to this beauty event! For 21 days, Ulta, has a deal, where they slash prices of 50% or even more on favorite products. We added the list of all the deals + our favorite products from Ulta!
Some other steals for the 21 Days of Beauty:
We have a tradition every Christmas Eve where our parents give us Christmas jammies. We then put them on, have Grandma read "Twas a Night Before Christmas" and then we take a big family picture and watch Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer. It is one of those great traditions that we always look forward too and hope to do for our future kiddos.
We listed some great pajama deals that are going on right now. Both of onsies we are wearing are from Old Navy. We couldn't find them online, but they should be in stores. We hope you find some great deals and have a great Christmas!
I love those days in fall that feel just like summer. The crisp, orange leaves rustling on the streets while the heat beats through the clouds, is an amazing feeling. This outfit from Makemechic is a super versatile outfit for all seasons. The blouse can be worn year round with shorts in the summer or leggings/pants for warm fall days. I love this sheer coat for soo many reasons. I just wore it to church last week, over a tight dress with these same booties. Or you can wear it casually. It can go so many ways and gives any outfit a pop of chic. Makemechic has a ton of great deals and items that are adorable. So make sure to check them out!
If you guys know us, you know that we looove boots. (Ashlyn here) My favorite type of shoes are over the knee boots. I am always on the hunt for a good, sturdy pair. If you buy cheap pairs, (especially living here in Utah) they will wear down super fast because of the snow and salt. So I suggest going for a good, solid pair from a note worthy brand. They don't need to be super expensive by any means. But just don't get a cheap pair because a good brand will last 2-3 times longer! Maybe even more, I have boots that I have been wearing for 4 years+.
There are some key colors that I believe are a staple for your wardrobe. Number 1- Black, Number 2- Brown/Tan, Number 3- Gray. I linked a few pairs of boots that are on sale and almost all are $100! Hope you guys like them!