As much as I still loved my kinky hair, I was embarrassed. When other women would give me a compliment on a style, instead of saying thank you, I would say "but this gray, ugh" or "this gray is killing me" followed by a review of all the products I'd tried, as if I needed to prove to them I was trying to cover this unruly, unsightly mess.
Pastels, seersucker, bright patterns, shorts, and easy, breezy dresses -- bring on the spring fashions! At Covey House, it's hard not to feel absolutely giddy when all of the spring clothes start rolling in. Warmer temperatures and sunny days make way for a whole host of spring activities, and we are thrilled to bring you some of our favorite pieces to brighten up your little or big kid’s wardrobe this season!
No matter the scenario, to the mama who finds herself nervous and maybe a little (or a lot!) confused about caring for textured hair . . . I have good news: It is hair. Plain and simple. You can rest at ease that you are about to embark on caring for hair; I’m betting you already know more than you think you do.
When is the last time you took some quality time for yourself and did something that helped you feel just like yourself, and not “mommy” for a little while?
Whether you’re looking for animal print or camo, embroidered dresses or chunky sweaters and tunics (to go with all those leggings, of course!), these boutiques have got you covered. And the best part of all: They are all online! So you don’t even have to leave your home to explore what is in stock. Happy shopping!
No longer does slimming down or looking and feeling a few years younger require surgery. Today, many concerns can be addressed with non-surgical alternatives. But with so many options, it can be hard to keep up with the latest ways to look your best.
Buying clothing and shoes second-hand takes some practice. It's easy to get overwhelmed or feel like you are not getting high quality items. I promise you, with a little practice and direction, you can walk away with some treasures and still clothe your children (your husband, and yourself) with pride.