Dec 25, 2014

Tiny Tim and I, Kindered Spirits

"God bless us, everyone!"
I have always had a love for Tiny Tim, but now I can watch "A Christmas Carol" with a greater sense of... well, I guess you can consider Tim and I kindred spirits.  

(I slipped and fell last night while viewing our glorious luminaries, and managed to break my foot.) 

I'll be on crutches for 4-6 weeks. 
But hey, this is my chance to rule the grocery store by driving one of those loud scooters! Watch out fellow shoppers, watch out.

The splint can be found at your local hospital.
Have a happy and safe rest of your holiday!

XOXO -Kenna

He is the Light

Jesus Christ is our light!  He came to this earth for YOU, for me, well... for each one of us! I know that his love is real. Real in the sense that no matter how lost I may feel, or how this world says I can't become who I want to become, he is always there.  

 "I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life."John 8:12

I just had to share :) XOXO -Kenna

Happy Holidays! 

Dec 17, 2014

One Purrrfect purse

You can call it fate, or pure destiny, but I call it a spark of genius. The fantastic designers from Disaster Designs  have created my love. This purse truly encompasses the meaning of: "cat-lady wanna be". 

Fancy links:  
Dress... old (similar)
Blouse old (similar) 

Stay classy! XOXO -Kenna

Dec 13, 2014

Some Things Never Change =^-^=


For as long as I can remember, Lulu and I have been crazy about anything Hello Kitty. As a wee one, I had a pair of Hello Kitty shoes that would squeak as I walked. I Highly recommend this plan if you have a child that is prone to scampering off. My parents always knew exactly where I was. You would hear a  faint little squeak --- squeak --- squeak... Yup, there she is!

Outfit details:
Blazer (very similar)
Shoes (Similar)
bag old  (similar) (similar)

Later! XOXO -Kenna

Dec 8, 2014


“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.”
― Albert Einstein
Yes, My tires are terribly flat. But hey, if ya can't ride it, might as well pose with it. 
Jacket 1 2 3
Hoodie (similar)
Dress/shirt (similar)
Boots- The actual boots are in mens shoes. Please Refer to this post on how to figure the sizing. 
Similar, but in women's :) 1 / 2 / 3
Harmonica necklace 

Matching socks are far too mainstream.

Have a lovely day you lovely you! XOXO -Kenna

Dec 5, 2014

Rain and rehearsals

Ahh the rain! Lulu was on her way to rehearsal, and I had to snag a outfit photo.  For a number of reasons: First off, dang girl! Too cute to pass up! Secondly, its always a nice surprise to see her come out of her cave er... I mean bedroom and associate with society. And lastly, the rain was so nice!
(We live in the desert. This is a big deal)

Cardigan (old) similar
Pants (old) similar 
Boots (old) similar

P.S. That is a viola.

See ya! XOXO -Kenna

Dec 1, 2014

Narnia is Where I'll Be

Clive Staples Lewis, or C.S. Lewis as he is more commonly known, is my hero. Even now, his work has taken me from dark times, into a magical place like none other. 
As a little girl, my greatest wish was to be Lucy Pevensie. Lulu would pretend to be Susan and we would have great adventures as we looked for majestic wardrobes and talking animals. 

"Daughter of Eve from the far land of Spare Oom where eternal summer reigns around the bright city of War Drobe, how would it be if you came and had tea with me?" 
 The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis  
chapter II, p. 11

"He had a red woolen muffler round his neck and his skin was rather reddish too."
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis 
chapter I, p. 8

Scarf (similar)
Vest (similar)

If you haven't read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, never fear! Borrow it from the library. Steal it from your grandmother! Do whatever it takes to get your hands on this timeless classic. 
Or you could always buy it off of Amazon... Just a thought.

Until next time!
XOXO -Kenna

Nov 30, 2014

Yard Sale Rescues

I have always had a fascination with all things vintage. There is something about holding a piece of history that makes my all giddy inside! Everything that is pictured was found at a yard sale. 

As I walked away with my arms full of treasures, I felt victorious and slightly guilty; Nothing cost more than 25 cents! The lady that was hosting the yard sale said that everything was either her late grandmother's or great-grandmother's belongings or something handed down, but she couldn't remember from where.
I almost felt as if I where rescuing these precious belongings from a terrible fate.
We need to value and protect our treasures! I'm not saying we need to save everything, (just imagine, "this is the wrapper from billy's first Popsicle") all I ask is please don't put your great-grandmother's hymn book in a yard sale.

The book titled "Our Pocket Notes" is the one with the beautiful hand writing down below. 
XOXO -Kenna

Nov 29, 2014

Lulu Lives!

You may have been thinking: Where is Lulu??? Does she even exist? 
I am here to put your mind at ease. Yes this still is Kenna typing away, but with Lulu's lovely face instead. Hopefully someday you will hear the melodious voice of Lulu (I wonder what you think my voice sounds like? Maybe along the lines of Don Knotts perhaps? Or what about Lucille Ball? I sure hope so.) 

Where were we? Oh Yes, Lulu had just enough time to step away from her college classes, go shopping in my closet, and snap a few photos of this glorious outfit:

Later! XOXO -Kenna

Lulu here! Okay, so most of the stuff is mine, but the beautiful skirt is Kenna's.
 And yes, I LIVE!

Hidden Gnomes

 Can you see the hidden gnomes? One of the main reasons I love wearing these socks (sorry I gave it away) is because nothing is better than seeing someone you have been sitting next to for the past half hour exclaim: "There are gnomes on your socks!!!" I guess I am easily amused. If I am feeling extra witty, I exclaim: "really? that is fantastic!" 

The boots I am wearing are actually men's shoes. I am such a rebel.
They are really quite nice! Because I wear a 9 1/2 or 10 in women's, I wear a 7 1/2 or 8 in men's. After reading the reviews, I found that I needed a 7(they run a tad big). 

In short, if you want to buy the right size in men's shoes, size down two sizes. (this is what I did, I can't guarantee that it will work for all shoes)

Denim Shirt 
Sweater  (similar)
Harmonica Necklace 
Skirt + Belt (They come together) 
Gnome Socks

 XOXO -Kenna

A New Friend

Allow us to introduce a new member of the Kenna & Lulu family!
We aren't quite sure how old he is... but (according to our research) we're thinking somewhere around 200 years or so.
Isn't he beautiful?!? 
Comment down below, or on our Instagram with all of your fantastic name ideas! 

Stay classy! XOXO - Kenna & Lulu  

Nov 17, 2014

Fall/Winter 1940

Hello! Kenna here. Sorry about the quantity of posting or lack there of. We have been very busy with other fantastic projects (like the new header! Don't you love it?!?! We sure do) Never fear, we have some exciting outfit ideas on the horizon.

1940's winter/fall fashion is my weakness. 
I absolutely adore the way women embraced buttons, midi skirts, fun collars and kitten heels. All of which are right up my ally.
There is something about staying classy, yet warm that strikes my fancy. 
I really enjoy looking through my grandmother's old photographs and seeing what she wore when she was young. There is one dress in particular that looks quite a bit like the one in the last photo.
Oh how I wish she still had it! At least she enjoyed it, rather than putting it at the back of her closet.

Thanks! XOXO, Kenna

(all of the photos where found off of my Google machine)

Nov 10, 2014

You can call me Ruthie for short

Coat (similar)
Shoes (very similar)

Well how de do da day to you! A faux bob can really do wonders for a girl. It's always nice to have a change for the afternoon,
(and then succumb to taking out all of the millions of bobby pins.) 
I hope you all have a wonderful Veterans Day! Say safe and remember to never mix cherry soda with chocolate milk. It tastes rather odd.

XOXO - Kenna