We are definitely a Levi’s family. I have been wearing them since I was a kid and have quite a collection of Levi’s jeans—vintage and new—that I live in practically everyday. I am excited to partner with Levi’s and their release of the fall 2016 collection for kids. Levi’s Kids have a similar look and feel to the adult brand, in both style and function, making them a new wardrobe staple for the little ones in our home. With the new school year starting very soon, it’s time to stock-up on back-to-school clothes and I know that the kids’ new Levi’s will be an effortless morning go-to.

The Levi’s Kids 511 and 711 jeans have enough stretch to allow for all-day, high-energy play and mobility, and also include a “soil release” element, which helps protect against tough playground dirt and grass stains. Both Birdie and Sailor spend much of their days playing outside, while at home and when at school, and I love that their Levi’s withstand everyday wear and tear. Plus, there’s not much cuter than a little kid in Levi’s.

Here are some photos of us living in our Levi’s. We went on an afternoon walk one day through our neighborhood, complete with plenty of mandarine oranges (my kids love them!), and a few photos of us hanging out at home…

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4 GRID***We recently updated the Two Son site with new fall product! We’ve stocked up on new clothes, hats, and bags for fall, as well as tons of new coffee table books that I am crushing on. We also received items from Caron Callahan, and new Maryam Nassir Zadeh, Jesse Kamm, Lauren Manoogian, Black Crane, Brother Vellies, Redone, Bliss and Mischief, and Objects Without Meaning are coming very soon. Take a look here, and stay tuned!

Photos by the amazing Zachary Gray.


05/31/2016 love French style. There is just something so simple and classic about the way French women dress. From Jane Birkin to Francoise Hardy to Caroline de Maigret, these ladies make even the most casual, every outfit look effortless, and more importantly, timeless. I have personally always been a jeans and t-shirt kind of girl, which is in part why I am so naturally drawn to these looks.

FrenchStyle4_BleubirdLast year, I read How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are: Love, Style, and Bad Habits in one sitting. The book was hilarious, very forward and I was obviously drawn to the style section, as it outlines the anatomy of the French woman’s wardrobe. The essentials include: jeans, ballet flats, a white shirt, a black blazer, a black bag, and little to no makeup. While this ensemble may sound basic and unintriguing, the motive behind it is simplistic and alluring (i.e. too much cleavage leaves too little to the imagination). Parisians have truly embraced the saying “less is more”—a mantra I try to live by while getting dressed each morning.

Do you have any French style icons?

Photo credits: Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, Marie Claire, Vanity Fair, and Popsugar.



Have you guys heard of Nisolo? It’s a Nashville-based company that produces simplistically beautiful, handmade, leather shoes, chukka boots, bags, and jewelry. Each item is carefully designed and crafted with ethically-sourced, high-quality materials by master shoemakers in Trujillo, Peru. The thing that drew me to the brand most is how effortlessly cool and timeless everything is. Nisolo means “not alone” and its team is committed to developing quality products with a social impact that is both game changing and life changing by being aware and completely transparent with their story.

2 7 8 6I lean towards classic, staple closet items that I can pair with almost any outfit, which is what Nisolo is all about. The brand just released its new Elizabeth Slide for spring/summer and I love its simplicity and construction. The Oliver Oxford is traditional with masculine lines—so perfect with Levi’s or sundresses. And my favorite, the Ecuador Sandals are an easy, comfortable, casual rendition of the much-loved Huarache style.

12 13 15 16 19 23 26Below I’ve rounded up some of my favorite Nisolo items that would make perfect gifts for Mother’s Day…

NisoloRoundUp_Bleubird 1. Ecuador Huarache Sandal Almond, 2. Oliver Oxford Noir, 3. Elizabeth Slide, 4. Lima Clutch, 5. Plane Ring, 6. Lori Tote, 7. Oliver Oxford Almond, and 8. Ecuador Huarache Sandal Bone.

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I was recently approached by Olay to take part in a skincare challenge, which included a visit to the Olay Labs for a full skin analysis and a prescribed daily regimen to tackle whatever findings were made. Because skincare is very important to me, especially as I approach the big three-seven and want to keep my skin as youthful as possible, I jumped at the opportunity and took the 4-hour road trip to visit the Olay Labs just outside Cincinnati.

It was a little intimidating walking into a lab full of real life scientists and interesting looking machines, but they quickly made me feel comfortable, relaxed, and excited to learn more about my skin. Shannon, one of Olay’s lead scientists, had me place my face into the Visia machine that takes extreme close-up photos of the skin to see the layers beneath the surface. The machine measures the findings to other women’s skin in my age bracket and determines what needs improving.

I was really happy with the results. I found out that my skin is in very good shape for my age. (Gives self high-five!) There were really only two areas that need some attention; I have some minor sun damage, which I could have predicted being that I spent much of my early twenties working on that perfect tan, and I need to work on my skin’s overall texture.


Olay gave me three products to start using on a daily basis to help reverse some of the damage, which consists of a cream cleanser, a micro-sculpting cream with SPF, an overnight micro-sculpting cream, and a simple, yet effective daily skincare routine, which is honestly a breath of fresh air compared to the extensive (and expensive) routine I have been accustomed to.

Daily: To gently exfoliate every day, use OLAY Regenerist Regenerating Cream Cleanser with oxygenated derma-beads. It smooths the skin surface and deep cleans without over-drying.

Morning: After cleansing, moisturize and defend against harmful UVA/UVB rays using OLAY Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream with Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 30. It protects against early aging due to sun exposure to keep skin looking bright and healthy.

Night: Before bedtime, apply OLAY Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream to deeply hydrate skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while sleeping.

So Far, I am loving the simplicity of this routine and my skin looks and feels great. Win, win! And this is all happening at the perfect time since Aubrey and I are headed to Marfa, Texas in June for a very long-overdue, and dare I say romantic, week sans kids. It’s been nearly eight years since we’ve traveled alone just the two of us, so we are very excited and I of course want to look my best!

Top photo by the wonderful Justin Coit.

This post is in partnership with Olay.

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