March Favorites

Merona cognac ankle strap block heel sandal, Revlon Colorstay 24 hour foundation, H&M stacked gold rings, Essie polish in Chillato, Petal Pushers, and Smokin' Hot

Spring is finally budding, and with that has come the transition from boots, pants, and dark colors, into sandals, skirts, and bright pastels! This month, I've had fun playing around with some brighter nail polishes, fun rings, and gorgeous new sandals!

Merona by Target ankle strap block heel cognac brown sandals

Merona Block Heels

I snagged these heels from Target at the beginning of the month, and I've been pulling them out every time the weather is warm enough! These are amazing budget dupes for the Steve Madden version and for the price, they are great! 


After trying on a pair of culottes from Jonathan Simkhai, I had to get a pair of my own! I'm still on the hunt for the perfect white ones, but I picked up a black pair from Zara, and thier navy pair is next on my list! Culottes are so trendy for Spring this year (and would look amazing with those block heels, no?)

Revlon Colorstay Foundation

This foundation won my Best Drugstore Foundation test, and Revlon has just reformulated and repackaged it so it's now a little lighter coverage (more of a buildable medium instead of full) and comes with a pump! I'm even more in love with the new version!

Essie polish in Chillato, Smokin' Hot, and Petal Pushers

Essie Smokin' Hot, Chillato, and Petal Pushers

This month's Essie picks! I've been having a lot of fun playing with designs with Chillato and Smokin' hot or Petal Pushers. Or swiping on Smokin' Hot by itself for an easy, chic mani!

H&M stacked gold rings

Stacked Rings

On a pop-in to Forever21, I spotted this set of gold rings in various sizes and widths, and had to grab a pack! They come in midi and regular sizes, and are fun to mix and match, stacking multiple on a few fingers or putting some on each! So simple and so chic. (currently wearing Smokin' Hot) 

What has been some of your favorite fashion and beauty picks this month? Let me know in the comments below!