Spots on Spots

Spots on Spots - Lefty Living Life

Well hello! Happy weekend! I hope your weekend has been good so far! Have you done anything fun? I’ve been busy either at work or working on packing up my house. Wow, let me tell you…moving is rough! I have so much to do!

Spots on Spots - Lefty Living Life

I have also been busy working on some fun things for y’all as well. If you haven’t already seen my instagram stories, here is all that I’ve been up to. First of all, I am uploading a whole bunch of stuff to Peached & Co. this week so make sure to stay tuned for all of that! After cleaning out my closet and my parent’s house, I have so many fun goodies for y’all.

Spots on Spots - Lefty Living Life

Second of all, I’ve created a depop store for Peached & Co. This is going to feature some of the items on Peached & Co. (they will be posted on Peached Shopify first) as well as some items that don’t fit into the Peached image like a whole ton of Lululemon work out clothes. So make sure to check that out too!

Spots on Spots - Lefty Living Life

In other fun news, let’s talk about clothes and styling patterns for a minute. I think we can all agree that I love patterns. Whether it’s polka dots, tartan, stripes, cheetah, or a matching set, I love it all and I love to mix and match it.

Spots on Spots - Lefty Living Life

But, as much as I love mixing patterns, I also love doing an overload of one pattern. Sometimes that overload can be just as fun as mixing patterns and I try to stick to the same principles. I feel like this might be my style mantra, but as usual, the first thing I do when mixing or overloading on anything is make sure my color palettes work together. Because if they do, your outfit is probably going to work out.

Spots on Spots - Lefty Living Life

And then my other style mantra? It’s all about the details. From a pop of sparkle in your jewelry to¬† some neon accessories, a little color and sparkle can help complete your look and take it to the next level. Until next time…


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