I hope no one looks down on me for buying a nail polish based totally on the fact that it has my name. You just don’t find things named Taylor very often! To be fair, it’s actually a really great natural shade to have because sometimes I just want to have mannequin nails. It’s a warmer color than Revlon’s Bare Bones which is what I usually wear when I want a nude nail. It wore well for three-four days with a topcoat before I saw the first chip, and with a new topcoat after that third day I didn’t see any significant wear for another two-three days. No regrets!
I’m so glad that this bow cuff came out right before Valentine’s Day because it’s been awhile since I’ve watched a piece of jewelry so bad, and luckily Mark got one before they went on back order! It’s still a little chilly in North Texas so it doesn’t work when I have to wear a coat, but it was great for our warm weather spell a week ago, and it’ll be great when it’s t-shirt temperature for the long haul. Even though I have a healthy love of all things black, I do have a soft spot for bows, and I’ve really enjoyed some of Erin Fetherston’s collaborations (I loved her Go International line for Target way back when).
And on an unrelated note, today is my sister Jordan’s birthday! I got to visit her this past weekend and even though visits are always too short, they’re always much-anticipated. I hope you have a great day today, Jordo!