Style Staple: Warehouse Purple Corduroy Blazer and Flare Pant Suit Under $100

I don't know about you guys, but I am loving a good coordinating suit right now. I can't tell if I'm taking my love for the 70's vibes to the next level or if the options are just that good right now that I can't resist. Either way, I'm here for it. This berry hued Warehouse corduroy suit is giving me all sorts of good feelings with it's slightly relaxed fit and flare leg. I'm loving the layers with a cozy cashmere turtleneck while I wait our winter but will be switching to lighter and brighter staples layered underneath once the weather permits. Fingers crossed it's soon. 


Here's How to Wear the Mismatched Shoe Trend And Where To Shop Similar Styles under $100

Yep, I'm mismatching my shoes on purpose and I kind of love it. Honestly, I never would have thought of it if I didn't just buy the black and white versions of these Dolce Vita boots after falling in love with the red pair last year. I stalked Poshmark for a couple of months and FINALLY found both colors in pristine shape for less than $50 a piece (I originally paid well over $200 for the red pair, eek). 

Twenty Stylish Winter Accessories With Major Personality Under $65

When I heard there was going to be an early spring I nearly abandoned the idea of this post. It's basically showing signs of spring, or at least I thought it was. Turns out I was way off. The snow is piling up and snow accessories are currently a must. Boo. But, don't fret there are ways to hit the great outdoors and still look FABULOUS. I'm sharing some of my favorite winter accessories that pack major personality without breaking the bank, after all we're saving up for our spring wardrobe, right?

Now, these muffs were a kid's department find at Target for a whopping $5. Honestly, they're so wrong they're right. There's no way you're not standing out in the snow covered hills in these bad boys and I 100% approve. I rounded up a list of similar "EXTRA" styles as well as some more subtle accessories just in case you're not ready to make the biggest statement...

Sweater Express // Dress Target // Boots Dolce Vita // Earmuffs Target // Bag (Similar)


20 Stylish Winter Accessories That Pop Under $65 

Textured White Sweater and Floral Maxi Dress with Boots

This fashion week has been much different than others of the past. Usually, I tend to get sick at the end of a long week but this time around I caught a stomach flu just as it began. It's going around, everywhere so wash, wash, wash your hands. On the first day out, feeling 50% I popped into Drybar with DL1961 and was treated to a blowout. It definitely made a difference on how I was feeling. Instant perk up. After, I met Jackie and Gita to snap some pictures before heading home to rest up for the afternoon so I could brave an evening out.

Pink Faux Fur Aviator Coat and Tiered Print Mini Dress

Give a girl a cozy pink coat and she can conquer the winter. I've been loving the pairings with this powder pink faux fur aviator coat and they keep coming. This time around, it's a tiered butterfly and floral print mini dress with tights, boots and a ring handle bag. 

Jacket H&M // Dress BEBE // Boots Dolce Vita // Bag Kohl's // Belt Target 

Revolution Math: A New Reason For Your Kids To Love Math

Ugh, guys I'm going to level with you here: the kid's math homework stresses me out. I honestly love math but every time I look at the kid's books when they ask me for homework help I swear I'm looking at an unsolvable rubix cube. Is it just me? I can't be the only one.

So, when I wanted something math-based and educational for the boys to do after school on their already tight schedules I looked towards Revolution Math. It's a live online class that combines math games and story-based adventures for 2nd-5th graders. You choose 1-hour a week for your kid to log in to an interactive classroom with up to 3 other students and a teacher. It's amazing because you don't have to tote your child(ren) to yet another afterschool program and it can be done from the comfort of your couch, dining room or kitchen. So I can make dinner, manage the toddler and respond to emails while the boys are logged into their class sessions. Ah, the joys of modern-day technology...

I'll be transparent here, we're not huge screen-time parents. You're not going to find them on tablets or phones at home. So, we're sometimes skeptical about online 'math games' they bring home because they have a browser open with ads and one wrong click can fill up a screen with ads and who knows what. Truth: It happened to David's computer last year and we ended up having to toss it. Now, with Revolution Math they're not clicking through a bunch of browsers. They are on Revolution Math's platform via Zoom. They're also overseen by a teacher so I feel 100% comfortable leaving them alone with my computer for an hour. It's extremely user friendly and follows common core-aligned curriculum that seems so much more like play that they don't realize they're learning. When you sign up you are sent a welcome box that includes character masks, game pieces, flash cards, dice, graph paper, and a protractor to make things a little more hands on during each session- which is a huge plus in my book.

I watched Aiden from the couch for his first session and honestly, he was glowing. He was having fun with his teacher, Heather (who was amazing) and his classmates. They did fractions and incorporated them seamlessly into the storyline of the adventure. Each time they completed something they were  awarded gems that can actually be used for real-life prizes like legos, a skateboard and/or a drone! So, if you need that little extra incentive to get them going, this is it. They might be in it for the prizes but they leave with a deeper understanding of important math concepts and have more confidence encountering the material. Win, win.

And for parents interested in how their child is progressing, the teacher helps determine each individual's progress and areas of improvement which they relay each week to parents via email updates.

As for pricing, it's a lot more affordable than their competitors that run up to $459 a month for much larger class sizes (20+). Revolution Math is $149 a month, or $99 a month (annually). But, They've been amazing enough to extend a $1 30-day trial price to my reader with promo code "MEGAN1". Of course, after the 30-days you can cancel if it's not the right fit or extend if you love it.


Key Points For Trying Revolution Math 

+ Grades 2 - 5

+ Makes Learning Math Fun

+ Interactive Classroom with Teacher

+ Small Class Sizes (Up To 4 Students Total)

+ Common Core Aligned Curriculum Math Games combined with Story-Based Adventures

+ 1-Hour A Week From The Comfort of Your Home

+ Real-life Prizes


Try Revolution Math for 30 Day for $1 with Promo Code: MEGAN1
Sponsored by Revolution Math. All opinions are my own.