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Happy hump day! This week is crawling along, but that’s totally alright with me! I’m finally back to being healthy! I was so sick last week; I slept for about 3 days straight and that seemed to do the trick. Unfortunately, it looks like David might have caught my bug, so we’re hoping the same helps him.

We’re heading out of town this weekend for a family reunion of some sorts. Every year we do what we refer to as “second Christmas” with my mom’s family in January. My mom’s side of the family is a bit scattered so it’s the one time of year that we are all able to get together. I think my favorite part is just listening to my mom and her sisters tell stories; It never fails that everyone ends up in tears from laughter, even if we’ve heard the stories or jokes before. Also, it’s a second Christmas. What’s better than Christmas? A second one. True.

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// Jacket, Top, Sunglasses, & Bag : via Crossroads Trading Co // Jeans: Urban Outfitters // Boots: Nordstrom // Hat: Vintage //

Did you catch my Snapchat (@crossroadsstyle) takeover for Crossroads on Sunday? If not, you must not be following me on social media; Check out the links above or below (obviously shameless self promotion for the win) and be sure to follow for updates. If you did, you would recognize this outfit and know that we went to the Rose Bowl Flea Market. It was our first time there, and actually, my first time out of the house in a few days after my hibernation, and it felt really nice to get dressed and be a real human again. Too bad we didn’t  need anything, because I fell in love with a couple things; It’s always the furniture that gets me!

Honestly, I like the Melrose Trading Post better. It’s smaller, which I like because I can see everything in one trip. The Rose Bowl just has more space for more crap. We were just getting to the good stuff when everyone started packing up, so I could be too quick to judge just yet.

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We didn’t spend too much time at the flea market. We slept in and took our time getting there and it closed earlier than we expected. I ended up falling asleep in the car on the way home, so clearly good times were had. Also, clearly I am getting old when I can’t handle a 30 minute drive without falling asleep.

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The countdown is officially on for Christmas; 10 days! I’m not quite down with my gift shopping just yet. Traveling for the holidays make it a bit hard to shop. So far, I’ve bought everything online and shipped it home, but there are a few things I may only be able to get in stores, so I will need to wait on those and cross my fingers! I head up to Sacramento this weekend for a very well deserved 10 day break from real life. I am so excited to relax and spend time with family and friends for Christmas.

We have no plans for New Year’s and I think we might keep it that way. We’re already the boring, old married couple and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

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// Top: Thrifted via Goodwill // Jeans: Found via Crossroads Trading Co // Sunglasses: Melrose Trading Post // Hat: Vintage //

I am totally obsessed with this hat. We went to a vintage flea market a few weeks ago and I instantly snatched it up. It definitely makes a basic outfit a bit more than it is. And these sunglasses? I had to think about them for a minute, but I picked them up at the Melrose Trading Post for the same reason as the hat.

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It’s kind of, almost, sort of Fall in LA now. Basically it’s not in the triple digits and we can open our windows at night. That’s a plus!

I’m going home to Sacramento this weekend and I’m so excited! I haven’t been since the 4th of July and that’s way too long for me. I know some people only go home a couple times a year, but I can’t do that. Also, I need quick, easy Halloween costume ideas. I’ve never been a Halloween person, but I’m not a party pooper! I think by the time Halloween comes around, I’m already onto Thanksgiving and Christmas, so it kind of just passes me by.

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Untitled// Top & Jeans: Thrifted via Wasteland // Boots: Topshop // Hat: Thrifted via Crossroads Trading Co // Necklace: c/o Rocksbox

I’m not typically a jewelry person because I am so indecisive, I apparently have expensive taste, and I never know what goes with what, but when RocksBox approached me and I took a look at what they had to offer, I couldn’t turn it down; it’s literally the answer to all my jewelry problems. First world issues, I know, I know. Rocksbox is a monthly subscription based jewelry rental service; For only $19 a month, you can rent 3 pieces of designer jewelry at a time and return the box, anytime you are ready, or you can choose to buy the pieces if you fall in love. Free shipping both ways, a $10 credit each month towards buying jewelry pieces if you choose to, and no specific time frame to send back the pieces. Um, I’m a fan!

Use the code jenniferbeilexoxo to sign up for RocksBox and your first month will be free! I’m totally in love with this Sophie Harper Gold Bar Layer Necklace. I can’t wait to show you what else I received in my October package!

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Happy first day of Autumn! Now if only the weather will start cooperating over here in California. Those of you who live in areas with temperatures already dropping are probably massively eye rolling me, right? The grass is always greener, my friends!

UntitledWe spent Sunday exploring the Pop Up Flea at The Grove. I was a bit disappointed because when going to a flea market, I am expecting more vintage, craft, unique items for a bargain; The set up at this pop up was made up of all very new, curated, very expensive items. Oddly enough, mostly leather goods geared towards men. I went hoping for more women’s clothing and home accessories. Don’t get me wrong, everything was well made and crafted, but it just was not what I was expecting. We ended up spending a few hours shopping around The Grove after and I treated myself to a few goodies from Nordstrom and Topshop that I am pretty excited about!

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// Jumpsuit: NordstromRack.com // Sandals: HauteLook.com // Sunglasses: Urban Outfitters //

I am literally obsessed with this jumpsuit and have already worn it out. Literally. Last time I wore it to work, I noticed a little split in the seam, right down my backside. Luckily, I have a couple fantastic co-workers and I was sewed up in no time.

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I probably walked around this little pop up about 7 times. Even though I knew I couldn’t actually afford anything, it all was really beautiful and the craftsmanship was worth paying detailed attention to. David took his quick spin around and then spent some time in Barnes and Noble while I shopped the rest of the afternoon; With his encouragement! What a good husband, right?

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