Girls in White Dresses

Even though Labor Day may mark the “unofficial end” to Summer, I won’t be putting this white dress to rest just yet. As the heat still lingers in the city, this white dress will still find it’s way into my weekly rotation of clothing. By adding a green jacket or a cream moto jacket, I

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Channeling Troop Beverly Hills with Red Fleece

I’m glad I had an older sister growing up because she introduced me to the finer things in life that I may have missed out on since she was an 80’s baby and I was a 90’s child. Without her, I would have never discovered Troop Beverly Hills. Do you remember that movie? This Beverly

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Blue Light Blocking Glasses Review

As technology continues to consume our daily habits, it’s not surprising to find out that the increased screen time can wreak havoc on your vision over time. In the past six years making the transition from college student reading textbooks all day to a full-time employee working in analyst positions in front of a computer,

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Retro Rooftop Bar in Savannah

When we recently visited Savannah, I was trusted with booking our hotel and of course when I read that the Perry Lane Hotel opened two weeks prior to us visiting, I knew I had to get us a room there just so I could visit their swanky new rooftop bar in Savannah, the Peregrin, whenever I

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How to Wear Hunter Boots

The Hunter Wellie, or Hunter Boot, has transcended all fashion terrain. Whether you live in New England or Florida, there is a functional use to be found for every pair of Hunter Boots across the globe. Outside of just their functional weatherproof usage, they also have integrated well into a fashionable closet staple to keep on

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Sunday Farmer’s Market with Buffalo Jackson

In Atlanta, there are a plethora of Farmer’s Markets to visit (and I’ve visited them all in this post), and what I love about each is that there is such a localized community in each one. Getting immediate exposure to the lifeblood of a neighborhood within Atlanta is one of my favorite things to do

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Lovely in Linen: The Best Fabric for a Southern Summer

Not to overstate the obvious, but if you live anywhere in the South we’re currently experiencing that horrendous hot and sticky weather synonymous with the Summer Solstice and exponentially exaggerated by climate change. During these 100% humidity and sunshine filled days, you can find most of us basking in front of an A/C unit and

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8 Career Mistakes to Avoid Now That You’ve Graduated

Congratulations! You’ve made it to the other side of school! It’s your last summer “off” before “real life” starts and your career (and student loans) kicks into full gear! If you are one of those that opts out of a summer break and is lurching into your career now you’ll want to make sure you don’t

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In Bloom Sezane Skirt

Atlanta is absolutely blooming gorgeous right now. Although this was one of the coldest winters I can recall, it was all worth it now that the flowers are in full bloom like this rose trellis I spotted on one of my nightly walks. I knew I had to come back when the light was just right

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The Best Sunhats for Spring

Since most us don’t apply sunscreen to the part in our hair, it’s easy to overlook just how much sun exposure we get in the summer. Now that I’ve become aware of the effects of the sun on my skin, I’ve developed an obsession with wearing hats throughout the year, and find an excuse every

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