The Top 10 Reader Favorites in 2021

I can’t believe that this *might* be my last post of 2021. Last year dragged on for me, but this one flew by! I thought it’d be fun to do a quick recap of my top sellers, AKA the things y’all loved the most. Sadly, a few things that were popular earlier this year are completely out of stock. I’ll update the list if they come back in, though! These are some of my absolute favorite things I bought this year, so I’m glad you also loved them. Without further ado, here’s the list.

1. The 2021 Planner from Papier

Joy 2022 Planner

It’s a scientific fact that your life feels more put together if you’re using a paper planner. This one is surprisingly affordable, and the fun colors are such a pick-me-up on a blah day. If you want to be on top of your stuff in 2022, this is the planner you’ll love. $28.99, SHOP HERE.

2. Mom Shorts from American Eagle

These shorts were a staple for me this summer. I’m picky with my shorts, but I love these. They don’t get annoyingly baggy throughout the day but don’t feel too tight, either. They’re on major sale right now, so I’d recommend snapping up a pair before they sell out again. $29.97 (40% off!), SHOP HERE.

3. Ilia Super Serum Skin Tint

Listen, I am psyched that this made the list because that means I’m spreading the Skin Tint gospel! If you aren’t already familiar with my feelings, this foundation is perfect for no-makeup makeup days. I know some people don’t love the finish, but I cannot recommend it enough. $48, SHOP HERE.

4. Curvy High-Waisted O.G. Straight Ankle Jeans

I embarked on a journey to find the *perfect* straight jean earlier this year and ordered these because so many people spoke highly of them. They don’t check off all my boxes (I really wanted a darker wash), but for the price, they’re fantastic quality. Bonus: they’re on sale today. $32ish with discount, SHOP HERE.

5. Target Gingham One Piece Swimsuit

Be prepared to get a lot of compliments wearing this one out and about — it’s so much fun! This is definitely a suit that’ll give you cleavage, so just keep that in mind. The ruffle sleeves are my favorite detail. $36, SHOP HERE. 

6. The Summersalt Softest French Terry Cropped Hoodie

When I don’t want to work in my pajamas but can’t fathom getting dressed, I throw on loungewear. This Summersalt hoodie is so ridiculously soft. I worked with them in a paid capacity, but I’d be singing their praises regardless. Their Cloud 9 PJs are also incredible if you’re in the mood to make a cozy purchase. $75, SHOP HERE. 

7. Custom Pet Portrait

Funnily enough, this is the only item on the list that I didn’t buy myself! I included this on my holiday gift guide because it’s such a sweet, personalized gift that isn’t super expensive. It’s something I’d love to receive year-round, so don’t worry that Christmas has passed. $39.29, SHOP HERE.

8. Tiered Puff Sleeve Dress from ELOQUII

I had the chance to attend the Selling Tampa premiere party last week, but I was seriously stressed trying to find a dress nice enough for the event. I fell in love with this ELOQUII dress but didn’t know how it’d look IRL but ended up loving it even more in person. It’s on sale right now, too. $101ish with code, SHOP HERE.

9. ASOS Plunge Mini Dress

ASOS is always hit-or-miss for me, but this was a total win. It’s a flirty cut, but not so daring that I felt uncomfortable. I’m honestly shocked that it isn’t sold out because they tend to run out of items pretty quickly. And it’s on sale right now, so shop quickly! $34.50, SHOP HERE.

10. Florida Gators Spirit Jersey

The rest of the list isn’t in order, but I saved the best (selling) for last! I’m not a football fan or particularly spirited college alumna, but I’ll get waves of nostalgia for my college days and wear Gators gear. This spirit jersey is so comfortable and available for dozens of teams. Fanatics is always running sales, so definitely sign up for their mailing list. $54.99, SHOP HERE.

Have a safe holiday, y’all! Thank you for taking the time to shop my affiliate links this year — it makes a huge difference, and I appreciate you so much.



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