Outfits

Outfits

Sundress At Serenbe

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A little known fact is there’s a slice of heaven about 40 minutes outside of Atlanta. A sustainable community called Serenbe, the location is idyllic, the people charming, and the food incredible! Recently, we took a little day trip up there to enjoy some lunch, pop into cute shops and enjoy the Southern sunshine!

 

Because of the too hot to handle weather, I’ve been opting for easy sundresses that keep me cool. White is always a summer favorite, and fit-and flares are always flattering! I recently found this little number on sale at Cynthia Rowley and scooped it up before anyone could beat me to the punch. You cant have enough white in your summer wardrobe, am I right?! I paired my all white look with my new Chanel (insert heart eye emojis) and cream espadrilles from Patricia Green Collection.

 

Here’s to keeping cool and living the sundress life all summer long!

 

Dress: Cynthia Rowley.  Shoes: Patricia Green.  Hat: Eric Javits.

Outfits

My Secret Garden

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They say that there’s no place like home, and I firmly believe that. Every time I go back to Jacksonville I’m flooded with memories and the joy of being back home in Florida. One of my absolute favorite places on the planet happens to be at the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, the fine art museum in my hometown.

 

I have memories of going to art class there as a child, wandering the galleries as a teenager, and it really helping to shape my love of art history and creativity in general. But besides what’s hanging on the walls, the museum has one of the most spectacular gardens with an incredible view of the city. It’s my happy place!

 

So on a recent trip home, I was wearing a romantic lace skirt that I felt went perfectly with the museum’s scenery. Long maxi skirts aren’t a staple in my closet – but I loved the combination of the black and blush – the volume and whimsy of the shape. Because the skirt is kinda a lot – I paired my look with a simple Old Navy tank top and a vintage denim jacket. I topped it off with some statement earrings which are really on-trend for summer! What about you dolls? Do you have a special place that’s near and dear to your heart?

 

Skirt: Anthropologie.  Tank: Old Navy.  Shoes: Zara.  Sunnies: Dior.

Outfits

Red Hot

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Well, I think it’s safe to say that I’ve found my color of the summer. Every year, I unintentionally end up gravitating towards the same shade of “flame” red! I actually didn’t realize it until I sat down to write this post. You might remember this look from a couple years ago, or even this recent all-red jumpsuit look!

 

I find the color youthful and a breath of fresh air to welcome the heat of summertime.

I fell in love with this dress while perusing the sale rack of my local Dillards! Can you believe that I only paid $27? For my spicy look, I paired my dress with layered gold necklaces, and the same shade of red heels. I feel like a real-life salsa lady emoji! Unfortunately, my particular dress is sold out – but here are some other red-hot picks to get you ready for Summer (my favorite is only $52)!

 

Shoes: Aquazzura.  Necklaces: Argento VivoAmazon.  Red Dresses: Free PeopleCeCeSugarlipsFree People.