October 31, 2013

Happy Halloween!

Wishing you a SAFE and Happy Halloween! I look forward to seeing everyone's pictures on Instagram!  Be sure to follow me at @onestylishmomma.

October 16, 2013

Naya Shoes: Apollonia Boot Review

"Naya brings together a relaxed and sophisticated style with comfort in shoes that leave a softer footprint on the environment."

I am thrilled to share Naya Shoes with you today! Naya Shoes is a women's shoe brand that cares about the environment.  They use eco-friendly materials whenever possible.  

The Naya fall shoe collection includes Refined Flats, Go West, Statement Studs and Tough Luxe.  The styles range from slip on and lace up flats to a variety of height boots in so many different styles that it would be hard not to find something to fall in love with.  Check out the website Naya Shoes and take a look at their full fall line.

The Naya Apollonia boots (shown above) are one of my absolute favorites! These boots look great when paired up with a pair of skinny jeans, a nice top and scarf; leggings and a chunky sweater or even a knee length skirt.  The wardrobe options are endless.  Just be sure not to cover up the beautiful lace up backing!

The Apollonia boots are made with well oiled suede and tumbled leather.  They are SUPER STYLISH and COMFORTABLE to wear, making them a great option for anyone on their feet.  An eco-friendly boot that is stylish and comfortable? What more could a girl ask for! 

The Apollonia boot featured retails for $239.99 and are available in Brown/Wine leather (as shown above), Green/Brown leather, Black leather, and a two tone Taupe leather.

Naya Shoes can be purchased online at Naturalizer, Zappos, Nordstrom, Dillard's, and Amazon.

October 2, 2013

Clickin Mom's Walk 2013: Baltimore, MD

This past weekend Mom and I ventured out on our first photography walk.  We found out about the Clickin Mom's Walk 2013 on Instagram, and were very excited that there were two walks taking place near us.  We decided to join the Fell's Point, Baltimore, MD walk since it was earlier in the day and not a bad drive to get there.

Although I grew up just 30 minutes outside of the Baltimore area, this was my first time going to Fell's Point.  I always related Fell's Point as the place to go if you wanted to hit the bars or night clubs, and well since that really isn't my scene I guess I never had any desire to go there. Little did I know that this section of Baltimore really does have a lot to offer.

The walk began at the Daily Grind.  We arrived early and were able to sit and enjoy a fresh cup of coffee before the walk.  

Maryland is known for the blue crab, and it is one of my favorites! Too bad we didn't have time to stop and enjoy a fresh crab cake.

As we were beginning our walk, the Pirate Ship was heading out on a tour. I would put this at the top of the family "must do" list next time we are in the area.

I can't say that I have ever seen potted flowers in a beer keg, but thought it added a nice touch!

This image was shot looking into a store. I had aimed to capture the light post behind me, but was actually quite pleased with the coloring too.

Bright and colorful chairs above the ice cream shop.

Saturday morning's there is a Farmer's Market in the center of Fell's Point.  There are many vendors selling fresh fruits and vegetables, handmade soaps, and cupcakes. 

Fell's Point,was a wonderful place to photograph.  I highly recommend anyone in the area, that maybe hasn't ever visited to add it to your list of places to see. There are many shops and sights to see, I am sure you won't be disappointed!