It’s that time of year again! The holidays are almost here and that means one thing…POPPY BARLEY HOLIDAY!

In celebration of this festive season, we’re hosting our biggest bash yet – Just Bella Bash. This event will be jam-packed with fun, fashion, and food all themed around the lovable little barley guy.

Whether you’re a fan of POPPY BARLEY or just looking to have a lot of fun this holiday season, be sure to join us for Just Bella Bash. We can’t wait to see you there!

I first met Poppy Barley when they approached Alice and I to be a part of the mother’s day project nearly two years ago. We had such a great experience (we both loved playing dress up in pretty shoes) and I instantly connected with the kind, smart and thoughtful people behind the Poppy Barley brand (not to mention, the gorgeous shoes).

So when Kendall approached me to work with them to promote their holiday collection, I didn’t hesitate one second to get on board! And the icing on the cake? They were enlisting my two besties, Andrea Hanki and Justine Ma to help bring the vision to life. Win, win!

Poppy Barley wanted to create a look that was warm, classic and inviting. I envisioned a cozy, luxurious home hit by a crazy fun holiday party with beautiful, fun script, and pops of strewn tinself and confetti. How’s that for longest theme description ever? The space totally came to life in a fun, festive (but, not too “christmas’y”) way and I think it’s just as awesome as they are. 

Fabloomosity came in and worked their magic on the faux mantel we installed. Love the greenery garland they created!


Also, I can now add foot model to my resume, haha. Don’t I look glamorous with my skirt tucked up above my chest? In addition to the show room decor, I worked with Caroline, Justine (hand lettering) and Andrea (photography) to style their holiday collection photo shoot. It was so much fun, though I have to say foot modelling is not as easy as it looks! Big props to all those real models out there!

I can’t thank Poppy Barley enough for entrusting me with their vision and for seeing the potential in me to bring that to life. It gives me encouragement and makes me so excited for the things to come for Just Bella Bash. As one of my first official clients, Poppy Barley will always hold that special place in my heart. Decorating, photo shoot styling, pretty shoes, confetti… this was pretty much a dream job. 

Pop on over to the Poppy Barley Magazine for more beautiful photos and a breakdown of the holiday styling plan. Be prepared to add a few things to your wish list too, I know I certainly did. (I’ve got my eye on you beautiful handbag. *hint, hint* Mike 😉

Big thanks to the amazing team who made this all happen – Poppy Barley, Fabloomosity, Justine Ma, and Andrea Hanki. #dreamteam

If you’re looking for a festive and fun way to celebrate the holiday season, consider hosting a “POPPY BARLEY HOLIDAY” party! This party will be filled with activities like games, crafts, and food (of course!), and everyone is welcome! Plus, it’s guaranteed to be a lot of fun! Just Bella Bash is also a great event to celebrate your birthday or any other special occasion – join in on the fun and enjoy some delicious treats! We can’t wait to hear about your upcoming party – let us know in the comments below!

Frequently Asked Questions

Who started Poppy Barley?

Poppy Barley was created in 2012 by sisters Justine and Kendall Barber since they were unable to find something similar. Despite being novices in making shoes, Justine and Kendall were brought up to be creative, ambitious, hardworking, and questioning.

Where is Poppy Barley based?

León, a metropolis of two million people in the Mexican state of Guanajuato, is about three hours north of Mexico City. It is where Poppy Barley’s production first started. Many of our products are still created in León, despite the fact that we have increased our production in morally and environmentally responsible plants in Brazil.

Is Poppy and barley unisex?

Jo Malone’s Poppy & Barley Both men and women can use the scent London. In 2018, Poppy & Barley was introduced. Mathilde Bijaoui is responsible for this fragrance’s nose.

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