I just returned from sunny Las Vegas yesterday to a (very much welcome) gloomy scene here in Dallas. Now I must admit: while I consciously kept this look pretty subdued from a color standpoint, I kinda lucked out with...Read More
We're so excited to finally share with you our latest collaboration with one of our favorite brands, Shinola. The Detroit-based watch brand is rolling out The Willard Program and we were invited to participate. Named after the iconic 1920s shoe polish founder, Willard Bixby, the Willard program...Read More
I know that every once in a while (well, more often than I would like to admit) I have a 'clothes fit.' And sometimes, this 'fit' turns into a 'hair fit.'...Read More
As we all know, social media has made it so easy for us to showcase our lives in virtually any way we please, and this usually results in us presenting only the "pretty" moments (yeah, we're totally guilty too). Now, there's really nothing wrong with that, but we feel that so often it's the ordinary, intimate moments that get overlooked. So we've decided to share a glimpse of these less polished moments in our lives-- our Saturday mornings.
Our Saturday mornings usually start slow and quiet, and always involve us listening to a music playlist of some sort. Thankfully, the two of us have the same WIDE range of music tastes and are often on the same wavelength. That said, we will be sharing what we're doing on our Saturday mornings (as mundane as they may be) as well as what we're listening to.
For this first playlist, we found ourselves listening to one of our favorite genres... 90's R&B!
As 80's babies/90's kids, we grew up with these songs on the radio, on CD's, and even on infomercials (feel free to ask us about this sometime, hahaha!). This playlist set the tone for a morning of much-needed cleaning around the loft.
"Come and Talk to Me" - Jodeci
"Nite and Day" - Al B. Sure
"Breakin' My Heart (Pretty Brown Eyes)" - Mint Condition
"It Never Rains (in Southern California)" - Tony! Toni! Tone!
"Creep" - TLC
"Just Kickin' It" - Xscape
"Hey Mr. DJ" - Zhané