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Blushing Brides at Studio 215

Last weekend I put my modeling skills to the test for my fabulous group of talented friends. The photo shoot was to showcase a new venue here in Fayetteville, North Carolina featuring 6 blushing brides. Although I have done relatively no planning for my own wedding if there’s one thing I know for sure it’s that …

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Remembering My Time in Paris

It’s been two years since I lived in Paris.  I wanted to share photos because I’ve been feeling awfully nostalgic lately. From Paris Fashion Week to my host Françoise’s homemade palmiers, my heart is filled with love and a sincere yearning to go back. There are still so many things to see and do in Paris, …

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Pisgah National Forest in North Carolina

Harper Creek Falls, North Carolina Since before I could walk, my family would take me camping in the mountains of Vermont. I grew up with a very outdoorsy attitude, one that still risides with me today. For the 4th of July, my boyfriend Scott and I decided to go on a real adventure. It was not …

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Georgia’s Cotton Fields and Mountain Ranges

It’s been six months since I have moved. Although North Carolina isn’t the most glamorous of places for a fashion blogger to live, given my circumstantial situation, I’m making the most out of it. The South is a lot different than where I’m from. The accents are different, the landscape is different and the food is …

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Central Park in New York City

Thursday in the Park I’m going to try and keep a New York Fashion Week diary and keep y’all updated with what I’m doing, where I’m eating and sights I’m seeing. Yesterday I arrived and it was an EXHAUSTING day. My flight left at 6am and my day ended at 3am. I went to a Tumblr …

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Utah – Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and Arches National Parks

Island in the Sky: Canyonlands My first glimpse of this epic canyon was from the visitors center with a parking lot full of foreign tourists. Across the street was the edge of the Canyonlands, a barren wasteland full of millions of years of erosion and insane rock formations. When I walked to the edge of the …

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