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Dries Van Noten Spring/Summer 2016

Accompanied by a string quartet, a 1940′s suave, and a sophisticated palette of the most dynamic fashions sent down the recent runways – Dries Van Noten has done it again. Spring/Summer 2016 was a nouveau-retro collection, which Noten described with as “vivacious, jubilant, fearless and flirtatious.” Noten is always looking ahead with his designs, never repeating …

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Pink Lady

I love the vintage feel of these photos, which were taken by my friend Amy. Although I don’t live in a big, fashionable city, it is so nice to discover new people with similar interests and to make the most out of where you live! I know the majority of my followers don’t live in NYC …

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Playing in PIOL

This dress is what dreams of made of. Seriously. Who wants the perfect go-to dress that flawlessly matches your measurements and is one of a kind? Speaking for the majority, I will say most people do. PIOL dresses are custom made for all of their clients. Entering your measurements such as height, bust, hips and waist, …

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These boots are made for walking’

  Colorful leaves, crisp air and warm drinks – the things we all know so well describe one of the most beautiful seasons. Autumn has officially embraced the South and I’m thankful for the temperature drops and lack of dense humidity, along with the welcoming of my favorite season! Since farming is so big in this …

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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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