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This month's March issue features a relatable fashion spread with Quantico's Johanna Braddy (she's the cutest), and I'm planning on giving their skillet brownie recipe a try. They also run great contests, which us Keepers always love. The one featured in the March issue is a $3,500 closet makeover. Who doesn't need that?! You can enter the contest here and seriously if you win, you need to invite me over to see the final result. I'll be super jelly.
Here are my favorites from the March issue.
The fashion spread in this month's issue with Johanna Braddy is totally inspiring. The Boden Military jacket is perfect for warmer spring days and it looks great over a simple t'shirt like this 'I Heart NY' one they styled it with. There are only a couple sizes left, so here are a few other options.
Get it from Boden for $420.
I'm also crushing on the bomber jackets trend and the one Johanna wears from Ted Baker is the perfect on-trend combination of bomber and floral.
Get it from Ted Baker for $335.
Spring is just around the corner and flowers always start to make their way into our home decor and fashion picks. These Ted Baker pumps bring instant sunshine to any old outfit.
Get them from Nordstrom for $189.95.
Obviously I need to buy their most recommended skillet. This thing is insanely versatile with all the recipes Good Housekeeping tested. From meatballs, to cornbread and brownies, this is obviously a kitchen essential. If only I had more time to cook dinner!
Get it from Amazon for $35.
At one point in my life, I gave up caffeine. It was a part of some crazy routine I took on in preparation for my wedding day. I drank decaf. I think decaf coffee is an oxymoron. Two kids later and obviously, I'm back on the morning sauce, and I love it. Seriously, it just doesn't feel like the day has started without my first cup. I'm a huge fan of Nespresso and the Nespresso Carista would be an amazing addition to my kitchen, and welcome shot to my morning routine.
Get it from Amazon for $600.
When I first got married, my husband and I bought a vacuum. I know, super sexy. But it was a necessity for our apartment and it was a big decision. I made the wrong decision. I spent a fair amount of money on a famous brand and the vacuum worked well. But it had one major flaw. It was heavy. Very very heavy. Moving it around the apartment was a pain. And then I moved to a house. With separate floors. And basically that vacuum never leaves the basement because no one wants to lug it up the stairs. That's why I wish I'd bought the Miele instead. My bestie highly recommended I buy this Miele vacuum way back when and I didn't listen. I should have. When will I ever learn to never, ever ignore my bestie's advice.
Get it from Amazon for $649.
Getting organized is always daunting but it feels so good when you're done. These two picks are great for any size apartment or home and are instant organization sanity. The boot tray is both attractive and practical - from dirty rain boots to salty snow bottom sneakers, you can leave this tray in the front hall all year round and it makes you look like you've got it together.
Get it from Amazon for $39.
The Pottery Barn bench and shelf look great together and are oh so practical. I've learn after many many purchases that Pottery Barn furniture is attractive, durable and you'll have these pieces for years to come.
Get it from Pottery Barn for $638.
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