Shopbop Spring Sale Picks

Tops: 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 
Sunglasses: Top / Middle / Bottom
Purses: Black / Pink / Flamingo
Pants: Stripe / Denim
Bracelets: Top Left / Bottom Right 
Misc: Maxi / Scarf / Swim / Towel

I'm sure you are well aware of the bi-annual Shopbop sale by now. It's by far my favorite sale and I always look forward to it every April (and October). During this sale, I'll typically purchase a few basic items that need replacing (tan heels, nice v-neck top, pajamas) and then I'll splurge on some fun new pieces for the season. In case you haven't heard of the sale, you'll get  20% off all purchases under $500 -- or 25% off all purchases above $500 (with the code: EVENT17)! 

Now that you know all of the details, I thought I'd share everything I'm lusting over. 

A few notes: I love a good graphic tee and there are so many great ones to choose from right now. I immediately purchased #2 above for the messaging alone. Also - the maxi dress at the bottom is one of my favorite pieces and I always look forward to purchasing a new color each spring. This tangerine color caught my eye right away this time around, so it's coming home with me! In previous years I've purchased the blue, olive green and a baby blue floral. Be sure to go down a size! 

The distressed jeans have been highly recommended to me by one of my best friends who is also an avid Shopbop sale shopper. She told me to go down a full size so that's what I'm going to do! 

The sale ends tonight (April 14th) at 11:59PM PT!!


You can also shop my picks below....


Kids Spring Style with OshKosh B'gosh

In our house, we love weekends. But who doesn't? Every morning when we're eating breakfast, we talk about what day it is and how many days are left until the weekend. And when we get home on Friday afternoons, I'll do a happy dance around the garage and sing "it's the weekend, it's the weekend!" Brady and Parker both crack up each time, and Brady has actually started joining me in the singing and dancing. We love it. I'm sure our neighbors think we're absolutely crazy. Ha!
This past weekend we spent a lot of time spring cleaning and boy did we need to. I have the hardest time letting go of the kids' clothes so their closets have been packed with stuff that just doesn't fit anymore. This was the first thing we tackled. 
You know that saying, "out with the old, in with the new," right? Well, after wiping out their closets, I was ready to fill them back up. And with Easter around the corner, I had the perfect excuse! We picked up both of their head-to-toe spring outfits above from OshKosh B'gosh for just over $40. Isn't that amazing? I'm always able to get the cutest kids clothes at OshKosh B'gosh without spending a fortune. Not to mention Brady loves going into the store with me because they have a little table with toy ice cream cones that he'll make for me while I'm shopping. Boy after my own heart! 
The rest of our afternoon was filled with taking Parker's 11-month photo (she turns 11 months today!), Easter egg coloring, trampoline jumping, and Easter egg hunting! 
If you're ready to elevate your kiddos spring style, check out the exclusive coupon below *and* scroll further for details about a giveaway I'm hosting here and over on my Instagram account! 
OshKosh B'gosh and I are so excited to give one lucky reader a $50 gift card over on my Instagram! A winner will be announced HERE on Saturday, April 10th! 
 Here's how you can enter: 

1. Follow me @jenkubes on Instagram.
2. Like any of my Osh Kosh Instagram posts. 
3. Tag two friends on one (or more) of my Osh Kosh posts who would love to win!

This post is sponsored by Everywhere Agency on behalf of OshKosh B'gosh; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. Thank you, Everywhere Agency! 
OshKosh B'gosh partners with bloggers such as me to help promote their Fresh Spring Fashions. As part of the program, I received products or gift cards. OshKosh B'gosh believes that consumers and bloggers are free to form their own opinions and share them in their own words. OshKosh B'gosh provided me with information on promotions and messaging concepts, but did not tell me what to purchase or what to write in my blog or what to say about the products I used.


Product Spotlight: Herbivore Botanicals

When I turned 30 late last year, I told myself I was going to make a conscious effort to take better care of my skin. That meant taking the time to find good products made up of natural ingredients that would really benefit my skin and be safe while I continue to breastfeed. I've always been perfectly fine grabbing some inexpensive moisturizer from Whole Foods and calling it a day, but after two kids and thirty years, I knew I needed to do more. So, one night when I was scrolling through Nordstrom.com, filling up my shopping cart with things I didn't need (per usual), I stumbled upon this brand. An hour later I had read every review on the website and by golly, I was ready to try some product for myself! Here's what I thought:

My skin gets so dry throughout the winter so a hydrating spray like this was a no-brainer. The fragrance is (obviously) a mix of rosehip and hibiscus oils, which sounds like heaven in and of itself. And while the scent is light, it is absolutely scrumptious. Most importantly, it does its job to keep my skin hydrated and smooth. I'll put a spritz on before I head out the door for work, after lunch (sometimes), and at night after I've washed my face. In all of the reviews I read, this seems to be a hydration miracle for all skins types too! Many only reported needing to spritz once a day. 

I've never used an oil on my face before. To be honest, I thought putting oil on your face was a huge no-no. Clearly, I have a lot to learn! Again, the reviews sold me on this. The product description may have contributed as well: "Like a phoenix from the ashes, allow your skin to regenerate with this blend of skin cell renewing CoQ10." Okay, let's do it! *Add to cart.*

I was so excited to receive this product. I would say it's been about two weeks now since I started using it and I've noticed such a huge difference! I feel like everyone says that when they are trying a facial product, but I really do mean it. It's the most noticeable when I wake up in the morning (after putting it on before bed)... my face would feel hydrated and soft, and look incredibly even-toned. And the best part is: I didn't break out! I would've thought oil would do that, but apparently, that's not what this blend does. No no, it's repairing damages tissues, softening wrinkles, reducing veins and capillaries, stimulating new skin cell growth, decreasing inflammation, increasing the skin's collagen production and boosting the skin's ability to regenerate itself. Like, are you kidding me? I will be using this the rest of my life. It's worth it people.

PS - This is in no way a sponsored post and I have no affiliation with this company. I just really wanted to share this with you guys. If you happen to try a product above, please let me know what you think! I just ordered their pink clay mask and am excited to try it out this weekend. 

Thanks for reading!



Fresh Spring Style for Kids

This post is sponsored by Carter's; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

The weather was absolutely beautiful this weekend, so we packed up and headed out to some of our favorite kid-friendly spots here in Oklahoma City. Our first stop was the Oklahoma City Zoo. Whenever the weather is warmer, we spend a lot of time at the zoo. Brady and Parker love love love animals so it's fun to see them experience real animals - animals from their storybooks - in real life! They have an area where you can feed the giraffes, which Brady loves to do, but by the time the feeding was happening this time around, then kids were worn out so we decided to skip it. With this skipping, of course, came a promise to come back next weekend so we could give the giraffes lunch.

Brady loves flamingos and I think part of it may be because I went flamingo crazy last year when it came to decorating Parker's room. Anyway, we saw the baby flamingos (light pink above) and then we walked over to see the bigger ones (neon coral) who were very sassy! I feel like we usually always visit when they are sleeping, so it was really cool to see them walking close to all the gates and interacting with onlookers. We think they probably had to be hungry - or hangry, as they say. Brady was definitely blending in too. His bright shirt was the exact same color as their feathers!

If you're keeping track, Parker has gone through three (3) outfit changes since we arrived at the zoo. We changed her first outfit (sweatshirt and tights) because the weather warmed up significantly as soon as we got to the zoo. Shortly after that, we had a little accident, which brought us to outfit number three. The third one was my favorite, though. There's something about little girls and dresses (with bloomers) that I just can't resist!

Whenever we go out on adventures like this, I always want to take as many pictures as I can in an attempt to freeze these moments in time. And in doing so, I love dressing them in fun/stylish clothes that represent their cute little personalities. I also don't want them to give me a hard time in twenty years when we pull out old photo albums. I would love for them to look back and think "dang, look how stylish I was at 2 years old." And then they'll post it on whatever social media platform is popular in 10-15 years with the hashtag #tbt. Or will that even be cool then?

After we left the zoo, we headed to Whole Foods for lunch. Whole Foods is Brady's favorite place in the world. He loves to eat at the little kid-sized tables so Scott and I always squeeze ourselves into them. Fast forward thirty minutes or so, I gave Parker one of Brady's crackers and it was meltdown city. It was definitely nap time! We packed up and went home to allow quick naps for both babies.

Later on, with the house still a mess and neither Scott nor I wanting to deal with it just yet, we decided to head back out because it was still so beautiful outside.

We ventured over to another favorite spot of ours: Lake Hefner. We love going there because it's so peaceful. There are green spaces for miles where we'll have family picnics, fly kites, chase seagulls around, and draw with chalk on the walking trails. Brady also loves to watch all of the sailboats in the water, although there weren't any today. The lake is incredibly low because we've been going through a serious drought. So all that red you see in front of us is good 'ol Oklahoma red dirt that is usually covered by a lot of water.


Everything the kids are wearing above is from Carter's. We've always loved their bodysuits and pajamas, but I guess I never realized how adorable (and extensive) their full lines were. They recently introduced their spring line (what the kids are wearing above) and it's just all so fashionable! It's literally on-trend clothes in miniature sizes - dip-dye fabrics, eyelet ruffles, indigo knits - that I want to supersize for myself! And the baby shoes are probably the most precious things I've ever seen.

Carter's February Baby Sale starts tomorrow (through March 6th) and will feature so many great deals and you know I'm all about that! I've added a 20% off coupon below especially for you to use in case you see anything your littles can't live without. Fair warning: It won't be hard to find something - or everything. They have some really cute rain gear that I can't wait to get tomorrow!

Outfit One: Sweatshirt | Leggings | Sandals
Outfit Two: Shirt | Shorts | Hat
Outfit Three: Dress

Outfit One: Polo | Shorts | Loafers
Outfit Two: Big Bro Tee | Baseball Button-Up

I hope you enjoyed seeing a small glimpse of our weekend. I'm excited to share more about the kids here on the blog - especially their blooming personal styles. If there's anything you'd like to see more of on here, please let me know in the comments below!