Get to know Becky from Whistles and Clovers

Becky from Whistles and Clovers blog

This Thanksgiving we are thankful for friends, family and fashionable folks! We had the pleasure of collaborating with Becky from the blog “whistles & clovers” a couple weeks ago. She is a mom, fashion aficionado and blogger … She is fun + adorable, we thought you should get to know her too! 

Where do you get inspiration for your blog?

Sometimes I get it from other people, struggling to make a fashion trend happen in their daily life. I also am inspired by pieces in my closet and trying to show those pieces in easy ways.

Which blogs do you look to for inspiration?

Sincerely, Jules / Cupcakes and Cashmere / Pink Peonies / Camp Patton

 How has your style changed after becoming a mom?Realizing how important comfort is! I wear less skirts and dresses and more looser fitting, baggy sweaters. I still add a pop of accessories … My style is definitely reflected in how I dress Savona (her adorable + stylish daughter!) I dress her in outfits I would love to wear.

What are your “can’t live without them …” must have wardrobe pieces:

Designer handbag / Riding Boots (cognac color!) / Nude Pumps / Skinng Jeans (Loving J Brand) / Chunky Cardigans

What are you most excited about for the Holiday season?

Outfits for Holiday parties … They always have a little bit more sparkle and sequins!! It’s a lot more fun to dress up this time of year. 

What is your favorite thing to blog about?

Savona. I like my blog to be about being a mom and the realness that goes along with that. Not everything is perfect, I try to find the humor in the bad things and I admit them to my readers. I love fashion and I try to tie fashion into my mommy lifestyle as well.

Thanks for sitting down with us Becky and keep on doing what you’re doing! We love your stories about the ups and downs of motherhood, the adventures of Savona and your style is fabulous, thanks for inspiring us. 

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{ photo courtesy of Becky and whistles & clovers }

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