a wooden watch.

Frankie Zebrawood Navy Jord Watches

i’ve been on the hunt for a masculine watch with a big fat face for awhile now.  it must be the tomboy inside of me, or maybe because i have the smallest wrists in the world, but i love the look of a huge unique watch face. i wanted something fresh, that stands out, and has a modern feel.  JORD Watches was just what i was hunting for! it was a hard selection but i settled for this sleek choice.  how beautiful is this women’s Frankie Zebrawood watch in navy?

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i just love the navy blue with the rich zebrawood band, which can go with just about anything. the best bart? this pretty accessory was custom made for my tiny wrist.  all i did was take a quick measurement at home and voila, the watch i’ve been dreaming of.

well, actually the true best part is this giveaway! JORD Watches is giving away a $75 gift card to their online shop to one reader.
AND just for entering, every. single. reader gets a $20 gift certificate. this contest isn’t just for ladies, either……ENTER HERE!

*contest ends October 16th at midnight so enter away!! this contest is sponsored by JORD Wood Watches.  thank you for supporting the brands that keep The Egg going~
photos by Ashley Merritt

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Old Navy Wyoming Style

meagan_murtagh_wy-17i am here to prove to everyone out there, once and for all, that Wyoming is not only about ski jackets and fly fishing waders.  this state has got style!  while i do tend to dress for the weather, i layer up with easy and fun styles that take me on my many adventures. and let’s not forget that this insane backdrop inspires my style daily. i’ve teamed up with Old Navy and People Magazine to share a few of my favorite fall looks with #50Styles50States
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this dress c/o Old Navy is the perfect transition into Fall

big sunglasses are my jam c/o Old Navy

ankle booties



i’m officially on board for bringing overalls back.

these corduroy blue overalls c/o of Old Navy are my new obsession

bucket purse c/o of Old Navy (sold out but similar)

frye mule sandals

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whoever said no white after labor day has never been to Wyoming in september!

embroidered dress c/o Old Navy

suede ankle boots c/o Old Navy

floppy hat similar here

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all photos by ashley merritt

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penny lane cooperative.


{jumpsuit & sunglasses: penny lane cooperative |  shoes: madewell | jewelry c/o Rocksbox}



my friend Andi followed a lifelong dream and just opened up the cutest little boutique in jackson hole, penny lane cooperative.
if you haven’t stopped in, you are missing out, literally, because things are flying off the shelves!
i’m very much in love with this super versatile jumpsuit that i snagged for under a hundo bucks.
she’s worked hard to find the perfect pieces at affordable prices, as everything is priced under $150 and the quality is #StrongArmEmoji.

her cute little shop also features art galleries by local artists with unique pieces for the home.
penny lane’s mission: Fashion + Art + Community
so proud of you girl!  follow Penny Lane on instagram: @pennylanecooperative

photos by Ashley Merritt

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old barn + a little elegance.


a little shin dig i hosted for The Scout Guide Jackson Hole was featured on Rocky Mountain Bride this past week.  a huge thanks to jackson hole winery for letting me take over the family compound and invite my friends to dinner!

all of these incredible shots were taken by ashley merritt, the delicious food by genevieve catering, and decor by my dear friend emily at lily and company.  for the entire post and inspiration behind the party, head over to Rocky Mountain Bride.

let’s do it again, okay kids?


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one thing i never expected to ever be an everyday necessity in my life was a solid pair of gloves. being a wyoming girl for 8 years now, i’ve learned they are absolutely essential.
my friend Bubba has put his heart and soul into his brand, Give’r, and with just ONE DAY left, he’s already crushing his Kickstarter Campaign.
and for good reason. these gloves are solid.
IMG_0718i stopped by the Give’r HQ for a step-by-step demonstation of how these new and improved gloves come to life. the boy individually waxes every pair HIMSELF.
talk about dedication. love me a solid entrepreneur who legit gets his hands dirty.

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Step 1:  i picked out my swanky new pair, designed by Bubba, and made from premium cow leather with a waterproof and breathable middle membrane.  a thinsulate insulation layer was added to really keep those fingers warm…..perfect for me! he then popped them in his 1960’s oven.

Step 2:  while the gloves cooked, hot wax was slowly melting in a small crockpot nearby.
insert {i freaking love passionate entrepreneurs}

IMG_0725Step 3:  Bubba personally puts on each and every pair, making sure every glove is covered in the perfect amount of wax.

Step 4:  Back in the oven!IMG_0729

Step 5: After letting the gloves cool, i now had a new set of the most badass gloves out there.  #boom.  i’m personally in love with the red trim and red cuffs….love me a pop of color!


Bubba then asked me if i’d like to personalize them…. uh, duh! he personally sat down and engraved the leather himself.

IMG_0746IMG_0755it’s so admirable to see a fellow entrepreneur doing what he loves with the devotion to each and every order, from start to finish.

this kickstarter campaign ends today, so get on over there and get your new pair of Give’r gloves….designed, tested, and made with love in Jackson Hole.

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