Here’s a little bit of fun fall fashion from MkLaren….
Love this light!
SoulaStyle has been on a bit of a hiatus since the beginning of July! Life got busy and crazy with travel, work, and summer time fun. But, I’m back and I have an awesome fashion shoot with MkLaren lined up for today and, in the next couple weeks, I’ll have an awesome announcement to make!
After this post Julie, the owner of MkLaren, asked if I would come back and photograph their new clothing arrivals. I jumped at the chance to photograph beautiful clothes with an awesome model. Jessica was so much fun and so easy to work with I couldn’t believe my luck! Check out the new fashion finds at MkLaren!
Love this cardigan!
Cute Frye Wedges!
This maxi dress is only $58! Awesome!
This was our favorite outfit of the day!
All these outfits are so cute! Jessica pulled off every one of these looks…I think her doppelganger is Kate Beckinsale…what do you think?
Big thanks to Jessica and Julie at MkLaren! I had a blast doing this shoot and I can’t wait for the next shipment of clothes!
As I said yesterday, some of my favorite items in MkLaren were the jewelery. There were delicate gold necklaces, simple bracelets, and jeweled rings right next to bold feather ear rings, leather bracelets, and pounded metal rings. In true MkLaren fashion, the jewelery was displayed beautifully….
I love this ceramic flower. It would be so cute to hang ear rings and rings on!
A few more items in the store…
Go check out MkLaren—I’m sure you’ll find something you’ll love!
MkLaren boutique is in down town Missoula at 124 N. Higgins Ave. This sophisticated boutique features contemporary clothing, jewelry, shoes, hand bags and accessories. MkLaren was one of the first stores I went into when I first moved to Missoula. I couldn’t believe I could walk from my house to downtown Missoula and buy a pair of Jbrand, AG or Paige jeans. Not to mention all the cute dresses, shoes, and tops to choose from. Every bit of this store is classy and tasteful!
Check out some of my finds…
Love that scarf!
Some of my favorite items in MkLaren was the jewelery…..jewelery and more tomorrow!
When we find a house (when ever that may be) I am hoping to have space for an office. If I have an office then I will need an office desk. As of now I am using our kitchen table to do my work. That means every night before dinner I have to clear my day away so we can eat. It’s good on one hand because I have to keep cleaning up after myself, it’s bad because I can’t spread out. Here is what my work space looks like now.
Note the cats on the table with me…
(concessions have been made due to kitty cat depression…don’t judge.)
I have seen two do-it-yourself desk projects lately that I am drawn to and can’t wait to try one for myself…
Voila! An old table gets a facelift with new hardware!
The other desk I found is on For Me, For You‘s website. She ordered the hair pin legs, got the wood cut at a local hardware store, sanded and stained it, and then assembled the legs. Stunning! Good job combining modern with rustic!
Memorial Day weekend was filled with unpredictable moments. The weather was off and on and it was hard to decided what to do…stay inside, go outside, stay inside, go outside…what to do, what to do? So, we did a little of both. Hiked the Jumbo saddle, visited the Lee MetCalf wildlife refuge, and ate at Cafe Dolce.
We also put an offer in on a house. We had to wait all weekend to find out whether or not our offer was accepted. We found out this morning the offer was accepted =) Then, this afternoon after spending an hour putting our contract together, the bank informed us they had made a mistake and decided to accept another offer =( We are sick inside. Life, like the weather in Montana, is unpredictable.
I was so excited about my ham and brie sandwich I forgot to take a picture…oh well, maybe next time! Hoping things will become a little more predictable this week…
We’re still looking for a house to buy here in Missoula. A lot of houses in our price range are fixer-uppers so any kind of inspiration I find on-line is helpful. I’m working on having a better vision for “what could be” instead of “what is”.
Here’s a look at one bathroom re-do I found inspiring…
It’s all about the tub! Love it and the chandelier!
“The question is not: How much are you going to get out of it? Nor is it How much are you going to put into it? But rather: How immediately are you going to say Yes to no matter what unpredictability, even when what happens seems to have no relation to what one thought was one’s commitment?”
From John Cage’s A Year from Monday
Found on The Improvised Life