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Three Heel Clicks Now Has an Amazon Shop

Blogging, Fashion, Product Review, StyleCrystal JacksonComment

I’m very excited to announce that Three Heel Clicks is now an official Amazon Influencer with a shop on Amazon. This is so exciting since so many of the items featured on the blog were found and purchased on Amazon. Today’s post is full of ideas of things you can purchase from Amazon that were previously featured on the blog! You can shop my Amazon Storefront, list ideas, and looks all in one place. I try as hard as I can to find you links for Prime eligible.


Ways to Style Some of My Amazon Finds

All of the dresses above I found on Amazon within the past two years! I’ve started building looks on my Amazon Storefront so you can shop entire outfits! Since I’ve fallen in love with Prime’s free two day delivery you would not believe how much I have shifted to online shopping.


Lists

I’ve also created easy to navigate lists full of ideas. Recently I posted on the blog a pair of cute overalls and then went to Amazon to create a list for you to order on Prime! Check out the list below by clicking on the button.


As Three Heel Clicks expands I would like to know your opinion! What sorts of things would you like to see on Amazon? I buy everything from pet supplies to home goods. Would you like tips for how I shop for success on Amazon? Or how Prime Now works? Leave a comment or shoot me a message on any social media!

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Three Spring Looks

Fashion, StyleCrystal JacksonComment
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With Spring finally being upon us, I've been spending as much time outdoors as possible. From a recent trip to Port Aransas, TX to go camping on the beach to simple afternoons walking around to see all of the beautiful blooms I can't help but breath in all the fresh air and see the beautiful blue skies. It all finallllllyyyy stopped being cold and rainy here in Houston (sorry y'all Northerners - I'll have a post up for you soon from my trip to New England.) With all that being said, I thought I'd share a few looks I've worn over the past two weeks.

Velvet can easily be carried into Spring if it's worn with Spring accessories. For the first look, I paired a pleated velvet skirt with a simple white top and lace up velvet ballet flats. What works with this look is to stay in lighter colors and then add a scarf, sunnies and lovely basket bag. This basket bag was one I picked up last Summer and it's the perfect size for carrying lipstick, a small wallet, cell phone and keys. Also, the midi length skirt keeps you warm in the chilly mornings (temperatures here have been dropping to 50 degrees lately at night and into the morning) but still breezy for our afternoons with a little more sun.

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For the second look I've been drooling over striped blue dresses. Seriously, I think I have a problem. I've purchased three blue and white dresses this year. But they've all served me well. Blue and white makes a great shirt dress! Shirt dresses are such a classic piece and will carry you throughout the years. I love the combination of blue and pink so I added lace up sandals, a striped clutch and a swipe of pink lipstick.

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The third look I wore to a daytime party and paired this gingham shirt (which I also own in blue) with overalls, a pink ribbon tied in my hair, a pop of pink flats and finally the same striped clutch. This look was playful without being over powering and a perfect alternative to wear jeans. 

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Carrying  items from season to season is important if you are looking to establish a wardrobe that's lasting. Finding items with nice textures, fabrics and a great sillouette to transition one piece to the next season. Sticking to colors in the same families (here I chose pastel pink, pastel blue, hot pink and then dark blue) made it so simple to mix and match.

What are some of your pieces that are carrying over from Winter to Spring?

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Pink & White

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Top: Bought at the Bluebonnet Festival // Skirt: Vintage // Purse: Rebecca Minkoff // Shoes: Beston (no longer available, similar here) // Earrings: Steinmart

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A couple of weekends ago it finally felt warm enough for a stroll over at the Boardwalk down the street from where I live in a Spring like outfit. It's been exceptionally chilly here over the past few months and frankly I'm over it. Don't get me wrong, I love having more than our usual season of hot, but enough is enough. The skies have been so gray and this gal is ready to get some sunshine. Anyhow, there was a slight reprieve in the rainy weather and I jumped on the chance to pull out this skirt my mom gave me last Fall. 

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When you are building a closet of things that you love and go together it's really easy to put together outfits. Although I wear every color under the sun and oftentimes try new things, you'll find that most of my outfits have a colorful, slightly preppy, feminine look. Whatever your style aesthetic is when you purchase new things or decide to purge old ones ask yourself if what you are keeping or buying goes in line with the rest of your closet. 

Pink Espadrilles

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Although I am by no means an minimalist (yes, I have over 100 dresses and just donated 4 trash bags full of clothes), I do have a wardrobe that works together. On this day I grabbed a top I found at the Bluebonnet Festival and this vintage skirt and mixed up a few bright accessories. It took less than five minutes to pull together and really worked out nicely. I've linked a few options below that are similar since these are not available in stores. 

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A Weekend Island Getaway - Jamaica Beach & Galvestion

Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel, StyleCrystal JacksonComment
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This past weekend a few friends of mine decided to rent a house on Galveston Island. I’ve been there a couple of times before to camp on the beach, visit the Seawall and last year to have a picnic but this was the first time I stayed in a rented house. The home was adorable and had direct access to the canal. After arriving and getting settled into a charming bedroom decked out with coral details, it was time to explore.

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For years now I’ve always wanted to kayak and lucky for me there were a couple of kayaks on the property. Let me tell you it’s a lot of fun, but definitely an upper body workout! Upon returning to the house we all relaxed while trying to catch fish and crabs. I’ve never tried to catch a crab before. Apparently, there are a couple of methods: you can string a turkey neck on a string and lower it down or use a crab trap. Never know when this info might come in handy!

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Outfit 1 - Dress: Amazon (under $25, wore the yellow version in this post) // Hat: San Diego Hat Company // Slides: Franco Sarto // Purse: Amazon // Tote: Target

I decided to bring along a few Spring items since the weather was so pretty. I pulled out this white flowy dress you may remember from this post. I also ordered it last year in yellow in this post. I get tons of compliments every time I wear it. I pair it with simple white slides, a yellow straw tote and finally this straw hat I picked up in Marble Falls, TX.

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The next morning after a slow rise and delicious brunch we loaded up the car and headed out to the beach. The weather was a perfect 65-75 degrees the whole weekend and it was nice to spend a little bit of time jogging up and down the sand for a few minutes. I decided to wear a pair of cutoff shorts (see this DIY project) a simple striped top (worn earlier in the month in this post with jeans) and a pair of ballet flats (searched everywhere for a link and could not find them - similar here). Still excited about it almost being Spring, I added my new hat again.

Later that afternoon we headed to The Strand which is a historic area of Galveston and one I don’t think I’ve been to before. The strand dates back to the mid 1800’s and consists of five blocks of iron fronted buildings. The architecture is mostly Victorian with shops, venues and delicious restaurants. Getting hungry by the minute we sat down to order at Pelican Joe’s which is a casual seafood restaurant and a lovely rooftop deck. It was a perfect place for an afternoon meal before heading back home.

Outfit 2 - Top: Shein // Shorts: DIY Project // Bag: Amazon // Shoes: Nautica (similar here)
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If you have any Galveston recommendations I would love to hear about them!

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Chambray Jumpsuit

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With flowers about to bloom and the afternoons warming up I wanted to start sharing a few Spring inspired outfits over the next few weeks. Chambray is one of my favorite fabrics and a great lightweight alternative to denim. I found this adorable jumpsuit two weeks ago and scooped it right up. Instead of wearing the belt traditionally around the waist I opted to tie it in a bow on one shoulder. Just because an item comes a certain way doesn’t mean you can’t tweak it to have a little more style. I personally love anything with a bow and felt like it added a feminine touch this look.

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Chambray Jumpsuits

Lately I’ve been really into pops of bright colors like this pink. I picked up these espadrilles last Spring (see here and here) and felt like they paired really nicely with the wide leg cut of this jumpsuit. Adding a little more pink with this cross  body with a removable strap (seen last here) as a clutch and statement earrings to pull it all together.

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Pink Accessories

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One of the things I’m currently working on is getting my life a little more organized. I made a list of thirty things to do in thirty days and am trying to cross 1-2 items off once a day. Some days I have a little more time than others and I can knock out more, while other days I’ve been out of town and couldn’t touch any of it. But the point is to get life together by the end of February for a fresh Spring start. One of the ways I am organizing is to reassess my staples in my wardrobe. This adorable sweater is one I’ve had for a few years now and I’ve notice it’s quality has endured the test of time. It bleaches easily to keep a fresh white and is made of a breathable cotton.

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I’d love to hear about some of your favorite staples and which brands lasted over the years for you?

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