Orange Blazer for Halloween

Happy Halloween! Every year when Halloween rolls around I find myself thinking back to my childhood days of trick-or-treating. It’s pretty safe to assume I was dressed up as the latest Disney princess. I always loved getting dressed up as some character (I was a very theatrical child) but over the years the desire to dress up in a costume changed. I still love to dress up, but in a different way. Now,...

Magnolia Market at the Silos

Last weekend my mom and I decided to head south on I-35 to Waco, TX to visit Magnolia Market at the Silos. If you haven’t been living under a rock for the last couple of years, then you know that the Gaines family is on their way to world domination. Chip and Joanna are the perfect example of a couple that bring out the best in each other. Their creativity...

Statement Coats

Coats. I love them! I just can’t help myself. Texas doesn’t even get that cold but I still find myself saying “I need this!” way too often. I come from a long line of women who believe in the importance of statement coats. Starting with my great-grandmother from Germany who sported her fur coats, to my grandmother (also German) who was always dressed to the nines. She never left the...

Zero George Hotel in Charleston

Our trip to Charleston would not have been quite so sweet without our stay at the incredibly charming Zero George hotel. This hotel has been on my travel Pinterest board for months. From the first image I saw of the beautiful drawing room, I knew this hotel was made for me. Our Charleston getaway really happened as a result of a wedding we were going to in Pawley’s Island, SC,...

All the Pink in Charleston

As you saw in this post, there was no shortage of color in Charleston. The color and the charm were what I loved most about the city. On our last full day, Brian and I felt like we needed to take it a little easier. We had been pretty aggressive with our walking the first few days and our bodies needed a break. We made our way back down to our favorite...