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We are so excited to present the new web home for Charmed Magazine. We are switching up our format so that we can bring you new content more frequently. Our blog will now be part of our website. We will keep you informed of trends, inspirations, and the random things we happen to be obsessed with at the moment. Remember, new articles, as well as new blog posts will be added to the site every week. You no longer have to wait months to see what we have been working on. This also means we will need more submissions, so please, keep in touch and share your interiors! We love hearing from you. email@example.com
It’s that time of year. You know the time when you so desperately want Spring to arrive, but know in your heart of hearts that there are weeks if not months of bundling up left ahead. The stores and websites tease us with their pastels, open toes, and dare I even mention the swim suits. I do the same thing each year when this time arrives; I look and lust, and then promptly close the laptop and bury myself a little deeper into the comforter for warmth. This year I want to plan ahead and begin purchasing items that I can slowly transition into Spring so I can maximize their wear and extend the budget a bit. I’m eyeing a couple of skirts that can just as easily pair with sandals as a chunky knit, comfy separates to wear with my favorite denim, and of course some jewels and shoes to refresh all of the items that will soon be moved from the storage closet to the daily closet.
What can you just not wait another minute to wear?
It’s Thursday people. Most of you probably already knew that, but i managed to go through my entire day yesterday thinking it was Tuesday, so surprise to me this morning. That being said, here’s Wednesday’s post…on Thursday.
It’s 5 degrees and we’re covered in snow, so this is a practical one, so to speak. Quality snow/rain boots that are toasty warm – sorry Hunter, but my toes feel like I’m going to fall off when I wear you even with the 2″ thick socks. Plus, they’re cute enough to keep on all day! They’re not cheap for something with the sole purpose of being exposed to terrible conditions, but if you’re an East Coaster you well know that they’re worth it at this point. I just came from walking 2 new construction houses and I was just dreaming that these were on my feet. Instead, it took the hour car ride home for my poor toes to defrost. If I’m being truthful I want a few others things this week, namely a remote starter for my car, and a trip to a tropical island.
Have a fab rest of the week. xoxo J