Leota Love ❤️

Leota has become my new go-to brand for work dresses. I was excited to finally snag the black sweetheart wrap with white polka dots. It had been sold out forever.

It came a few days ago. 😍

I’ve also been coveting the houndstooth version which always sells out before I can snag one. About a week ago, during a bout of insomnia, I decided to do a search to see if I could find it being sold elsewhere.

AND I DID! And in the weirdest place: the home shopping network! It gets better: these dresses run about $130 retail, but it was on clearance with HSN for $35. Motherfucking score!

It arrived today, and it’s gorgeous.

My collection is now up to 8. There is one dress not pictured below because it’s being washed. (I wore it yesterday).

I may be a little obsessed, but for good reason: these dresses are flattering, comfortable, and are made of wrinkle free fabric. 🥰

hey, look at me helping the economy! 😆

I’ve been taking advantage of all the fantastic quarantine sales, and have started beefing up my wardrobe. Today I received:

  • 4 dresses
  • 4 tops
  • 2 pairs of jeans
  • 1 pair of shorts

I have another 2 dresses set to be delivered tomorrow. So it will be at least two weeks before I tell you I don’t have anything to wear. Lol.

Can’t wait to show it all off! I tried on everything that was delivered today, and most of it was perfect. One pair of jeans is a bit big on me, but I plan to wash them in hot water and dry on high heat. Hopefully that will fix the problem.


I’ve decided I need more of them. My husband likes them, and they’re a nice change from all the dresses. I only have three pairs though. I’ve noticed they have some things in common:

They’re all ankle length.

They’re all skinny fit.

They’re all from Old Navy.

I guess I have a favorite.

I’m going to hit up Old Navy online and see what I can find. Of course, this means I’ll need more tops too. 🤷🏻‍♀️ I don’t care for Old Navy tops though. Maybe Ann Taylor?