Kait Bos

Weekly Favourites: Great Bags, a new vlog, and a view!

Fashion I LOVE this guide on Purse Blog about the 24 Best Bags for Under $600 for fall (about $750 CAD). I recently bought a great second-hand luxury bag but I often find when researching new bags that they are […]

Fashion

  • I LOVE this guide on Purse Blog about the 24 Best Bags for Under $600 for fall (about $750 CAD). I recently bought a great second-hand luxury bag but I often find when researching new bags that they are thousands of dollars or under $100 and not great quality. I think at a certain age, if our budget allows, we just want a nice big girl bag and love this article that points out great brands like APC, Clare V, Furla, Loeffler Randall and of course, Kate Spade. The bags featured are great quality and investment pieces for those looking to spend under $1000.
  • If you don’t follow me on Facebook I’m right here and this week I posted two videos featuring some suuuuper cute pregnancy, baby, and toddler items that will be at the Bump, Baby, and Toddler Marketplace November 4th and 5th. Join me on Facebook to see both videos and see the vlog here on my YouTube channel.

Desktop Backgrounds

  • I LOVE changing my desktop wallpaper. It’s nice to have a beautiful image to stare at while I’m working as my current view is my neighbours roof. I subscribe to Chic Type the Blog which delivers beautiful options monthly to my inbox but I’m currently deciding between two fall options from Candidly Keri. They are so beautiful!

For the Kids

  • I just found this amazing tutorial for a train trundle… yes a train trundle. This is a wheeled-storage for toys that can go under a bed, dresser, etc. to keep a train track together. I think this is such a good idea for families with kids ranging from baby to grade-schooler. Whether your older kid likes to make delicate crafts, play with small lego or set up a train track this trundle allows the project to stay in tact.  Your kids can continue their project later and tuck it out of the way easily. I think this is a GREAT project for Christmas or a birthday. How cool would it be to pull out a full train set for your kid to play with on Christmas morning? Check out the full tutorial here.

 

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