Old Navy Spring Haul

The blogger has returned! After almost a one-year hiatus, we are back! We decided to take a break to focus a little more on our careers, and while I have been blogging somewhat regularly on Blush and Lipstick, I knew Sassy Sweet SF needed some love, too. What better way to kick off our so-called re-birth than with a spring haul?!

Spring is right around the corner and with the weather here in the Bay Area getting warmer (it’s around 80 degrees here in Marin County), I knew it was time to up my wardrobe game and get some spring and summer essentials. On this gorgeous day, I made the trek to my local Old Navy (they send me text messages when they are having a sale) and started to browse. While this is a slightly smaller haul, I ended up purchasing some great statement spring and summer pieces that will last me a few years. Spring + floral = lifetime guarantee of chicness.

Almost everything purchased was around 40% off at checkout. Oh how I love Old Navy.

Pintuck Swing Blouse in Navy Multi (Originally $29.94, Sale $20)

Classic V-Neck Sweater in Palomino (Originally $24.94, Sale $16)

Relaxed Shirred Blouse in Night Flight (Originally $29.94, Sale $18)

Fit & Flare Cami Dress in Green/Black and Classic Open-Front Cardi in Blackjack (Dress: originally $29.95, sale $23.95; Cardi: $22.94)

Mid-Rise Everyday Khaki Shorts in Cinder Smoke ($22.94)

There’s my haul! I’m excited to wear these items during spring and summer (and potentially Palm Springs next month!). Do you shop at Old Navy? I’d love to know your seasonal staples! Leave a comment below.







Fashion Show To-Go

I love fashion as much as the next girl, so when I had the opportunity to attend a fashion show, I jumped at the opportunity. Last Friday at the Marin Country Club in Novato, CA, my mom and I saw the latest spring trends at the Curbside Couture fashion show. What is Curbside Couture? Essentially it is a fashion show to-go. Leah-Marie, founder and CEO of Curbside Couture, curates a mobile fashion show right in front of your business or home, featuring local designers. While this one was indoors in a banquet room, the show normally takes place on a truck bed, but still has the glitz and glam of a traditional fashion show.

Leah-Marie had everything planned out perfectly: an “L” shaped runway, drastic lighting, catering, swag bags, vendors showcasing their goods and a solid turnout. The show started at 7 p.m., but doors opened an hour before so people could shop and nosh on some food. Some of the vendors were Carolina Boutique (Novato and Mill Valley), In Her Shoes (San Rafael), Salt Point Sparkling Cocktails (Mill Valley), Ash + Ames and others.

The show itself was amazing. Half an hour of completely different looks (clothes from Carolina Boutique, shoes from In Her Shoes and jewelry from Ash + Ames) and good music. It was fun to see the new trends for spring, then being able to shop them afterwards. Here are a few snaps I took during the fashion show.

If you like the idea of having a fashion show come to you, reach out to Curbside Couture. Be sure to let me know which look is your favorite in the comments!



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