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Shopping at Good To Be!




Hi All!! Hope you've had a great week!  Today I want to talk a bit about Instagram.  I love instagram, love that its mainly about sharing life via pictures.  I love taking pictures, and I actually feel that I missed my calling.  I should have studied to become a photographer, but anyway, this is why I enjoy using Instagram so much!

A new reason I love Instagram is discovering small shops from all over the country.  I really do enjoy shopping-it is my therapy :)  Recently, I've enjoyed shopping from smaller shops that I've discovered in Instagram.  YouTube also helps, as it did with this particular shop.  I've been following AlexandMichael on youtube and instagram for over a year now, and when they announced that they were opening up an online shop, I was very curious.  Curious to see if there would actually be items that I'd like and could afford - LOL.

My first purchase was right before my Cancun vacation and it was this beautiful, embroided cover up, The Seaside CoverUp.  I'm also very, very happy it arrived right before I left so I was able to use it on our trip.

The packaging was very cute!!



The cover up was absolutely beautiful!




I'm 5'2" and got it in the S/M size. It fit perfectly! 



The colors matched all of my bathing suits too - I really loved this cover up!

Since this purchase, I have bought from them on 2 other occasions.  Right after we returned from Cancun, I ordered the Eva Cream Sweater and the Paris Gray Cami.  My most recent order was the Emma White Top and the Nova Peach Jacket.  I can't wait for this new order to come in!

So far, everything I have purchased has been shipped fast, arrived with no problems, reasonably priced, good quality and has fit perfectly.  

I highly recommend for you to check out Good To Be.  The choices of clothing are very cute, I really do think there is something for everyone.

What are some of your favorite small business online shops?



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