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Welcome to my fashion blog and design site. I'm just your typical Boston girl who brunches in Beacon Hill and curses in Southie.

#TryDry

#TryDry

You know what's fashionable? Smelling good. Deodorant and clothes are things I put on daily, except I find shopping for deodorant is extremely hard. It's not like you can try it and return it if you don't like it, because... gross. I have always made my deodorant decisions from borrowing from friends or whatever they had laying out on the dresser in the morning. (Hey walks of honor/shame don't have to be smelly ones). Yes, for a while I even wore men's deodorants because I hated the scent of women's deodorant. Women's deodorant can sometimes smell like a fresh floral bouquet, covered in cheap perfume, then forced in your armpit to give you a massive headache. Yah If you can't tell, I HATE buying deodarant, but I LOVE Dove's new DrySpray

In case you wanted to know, Dove is not paying me to do this, I'm literally just obsessed. These two scents are my favorite, which surprised me, because I normally dislike scented things. If you remember from my post a few weeks ago I talked about how I got the sensitive spray, and didn't like the scent. I'm just super picky, but these two are the best (in my opinion). I even mix the scents. I just love how it feels going on, and it's lightweight. Before, I used roll on deodorant, and would have to wait for it to dry and sit in my apartment half naked. (Let that visual sink in...) Now I can deodorize and go. It still leaves a white residue if you're not careful, but what deodorant doesn't do that? I think muscle memory mainly kicks in now when I put on clothing, like my armpits are made out of hot lava and my clothes can't touch them. So I'm pretty stealthy now with clothes and deodorant. :) 

Dove is located pretty much everywhere, so go out and get your spray on!

 

Dress for Success! #BloggersGive

Dress for Success! #BloggersGive

By the Sea

By the Sea