July 8, 2017 Everyday LikeToKnow.it: What it is & How to Use it Pin8 Share Tweet Reddit StumbleShares 8 Dress: Layered Silk Dress Who else has loved this super short week?! I feel like we should get short weeks all summer, especially when the winter is so long! Since getting back from our trip, I’ve been slowly finding a more normal rhythm, but really trying to bring back some of that relaxed contentment I felt while we were in Aspen. I always feel really calm and centered after being in the mountains and spending time in nature. It’s been ages since I’ve done an Instagram round-up, and since everyone was checked out for the holidays, I figured I’d round up the most recent stuff and share it here. I’ve also been getting a lot of questions about LikeToKnow.it lately and wanted to break it down in case you were curious! You’ve probably seen images on Instagram tagged with @liketk.it that include short links, so what are they?! Any images that have this on them, both mine and other bloggers, are shoppable. I get a lot of questions about where products are from and I don’t always have time to answer every one of them, so this provides you with the links to those exact products (or sometimes similar items) instantly. Dress: Brooke Eyelet Swing Dress Top: Eyelet Top | Jeans: Skinny Jeans | Shoes: Aegle Sandals | Bag: old bucket bag, similar here and here | Sunglasses: Leonard Sunglasses Dress: Havana Floral Dress Dress: Gingham Eyelet Dress | Shoes: Dahlia Slides | Bag: Straw Tote, similar here and here | Sunglasses: Leonard Sunglasses Top: Peplum Top | Jeans: Distressed Jeans Shoes: Clo Mules | Pants: Relaxed Chino Pants Dress: Tie Front Midi | Bracelets: Linear & Fiji | Bag: Escapade Suede Bag Top: Anka Top | Shorts: Speed Short To get the service, you just have to download the LikeToKnow.it app from the app store. Once it’s installed and your account is created, any LTK-enabled images that you ‘Like’ or screenshot from here on out will now be stoppable within the app. Before the app came along, they would email you the details which was a pretty good deal, but being able to instantly look at the products has been a game-changer for me. With the emails, I’d sometimes forget about the item until I saw the image again on Instagram a few days later—by then the item was often sold out. But, if you’re not into apps, you can still shop my Instagrams from my blog by clicking on an image in the sidebar or on this page. Pretty easy, right?! Do you use the LikeToKnow.it app? Do you have any other questions about it that I didn’t answer here?