Rockins Scarves, Oxfords, More: 10 Things We Love @ BU
We're ushering in a new brand, a new season, and more! With change on the brain, this month we're sharing things that help and inspire us in times of transition.
—During this transition weather, I've been adding fun pops of personality and edge to my winter darks with my Rockins scarves. (Next time you are in London, you MUST visit their store—and tell them Natalie sent you.)
—Constant growth and exploration is a big part of style discovery, business, and life. NYers, get inspiration from an artist who was always creating and check out the "David Bowie is" exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum.
—It's time to lighten up—my shoe colors. I've been crushing hard on Freda Salvador shoes for the last few years, and these laceless oxfords are my perfect new spring transition shoe.
—There's nothing like fresh flowers decorating my home in the spring to put a spring in my step. The arrangements by Farm Girl Flowers are a real treat for the eyes and nose!
—Easter candy makes any dreary March days full of sugary sunshine for me. The joy and delight of a bag of Cadbury mini eggs will NEVER get old. (Sweet birthday gifts welcome. Hint, hint!)
—I can’t wait to put my sweaters away! To make sure I can use them again next season, I will moth proof my storage box. This year I am trying these ideas.
—As we are reinventing ourselves at BU, I got inspired to rediscover my own personal home-decor style. This artist's original work captured my attention.
—When I want to keep things simple, comfy, and old school between clients, meetings, and developing our new identity, these kicks do the trick.
—It might still be cold outside, but I feel like a new, more-colorful version of myself is ready for spring. Wave hello if you see me strolling the streets; you won’t miss me with this Reformation dress.
—Did you know libraries have coloring books? Me neither! You can download 150 free ones from Open Culture. While it's still too cold outside to spend all day outdoors, these coloring books keeps me entertained.