#1 Fresh Flowers
Ok, this isn't exactly a real thing but I've been hooked on fresh flowers since tulip season came around. Tulips are probably my favourite flowers so I picked up a few bunches the first time I saw them at Costco and now I've been making sure we have fresh flowers in the house pretty consistently. It's a little bit of a weekly splurge but they make me happy so I'm going to keep it up, at least until we have backyard blooms.
I actually got a pair of these jeans last fall but didn't have much chance to wear them before the snow arrived but I'm sure making up for it now! They are by far the comfiest jeans I own and the girlfriend (as opposed to boyfriend) fit is a little more put together. Shipping to Canada from Express is kind of horrible and you have to pay duties so if you're near a store definitely check them out there.
I just got this tee last month but it is a perfect spring/summer top. It's super comfy (there's a common theme here), flattering and the side-slits give it a little something different. I got it in black which isn't listed online anymore but now I'm eyeing up this yellow one, and considering it's under $15 I'll probably have to go for it. I'm hoping they release a few more colours as it would definitely be a staple for me.
Spring means sneaker season and I'm in need of a refresh in this department! These classic white Chuck Taylors fit the bill perfectly so I'll be picking these up ASAP (just waiting for a good coupon code from ShoeMe). I'm not much a heels girl so you will find me either in these or flats all summer long.
I'm always a sucker for anything coral coloured, it was actually the colour of my grad dress so it's been a long-standing obsession, and this nail polish is perfect for right now. It's just bright enough but not too obvious, perfect for work.
These are my all-time favourite hats for outdoor running and I'm so happy Lululemon brought them back this year. I've got a couple already but they are looking a little worse for wear and I'm really liking this blue one. They are super lightweight, adjustable and don't have a huge brim which I always think looks better (at least on me).
This one's a splurge but after a recommendation from a friend I went for it and so far so good. I've only done three treatments but am already noticing a difference so I've got high hopes. It's basically an at-home laser hair removal system that is super easy to use, not painful, and will save you a bundle over getting it done professionally. Depending on where you all want to use it (I've pretty much done everything...), it can be a bit time consuming but you start out by only doing it once every two weeks so not to bad. I'll keep you posted on my progress and will likely do a full review on here after I have a better idea on the full results.