History of the Squash Blossom

Western fashion, includes lots of turquoise jewelry. Turquoise has historical significance in western fashion and you don’t have to look further than the #turquoisetuesday hashtag that floods social media to see its current relevance. Native American’s believed turquoise stones protected them and often wore them into battle, when fallen ill and during ceremonies. The squash…

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Ricotta Cornbread Hotcakes

Ricotta Cornbread Hotcakes

Easter is just a few days away and it’s the perfect time to entertain family and friends with a hearty and spring inspired brunch! A spin off the classic pancakes, these ricotta cornbread hotcakes are gluten free but still flavourful and full of moisture with the help of the ricotta cheese. I found I liked…

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Turquoise Blouse

Turquoise Sugar Tunic

Ariat Sugar Tunic | Faux Suede Skirt | Fringe Heels | Turquoise Buckle Finding a good blouse is one of the core staples for a workwear uniform. Finding one that can transition from workday to weekend? Even better!  I stumbled across this turquoise embroidered tunic blouse when I was travelling out in the field one day….

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Cactus Outtake

Cactus Outtake

Cactus Skirt via Mint + Maple | Longhorn Buckle | Squash Blossom  I often get asked how I take my outfit/lifestyle shots. Well for the most part it’s just little old me with a tripod and remote timer. Which can make it tricky to set up some shots and still make sure that things are looking…

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March Finds

My March Finds

March has just begun, however I’ve already found some treasures to get us through the rest of winter as we head into spring. A little bit of a refresh for the closet and they are all items that can be used now and once the weather warms up through summer. 1. Quay Muse Sunglasses– This…

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