Posts in STYLE
Blush For The Holidays

The holiday season is officially upon us with the first weekend of December already come and gone! How did the year fly by so fast?! Like you, my calendar is quickly filling up with holiday parties and events, which begs the infamous question, "What will I wear?". While I love getting dressed up, not all seasonal soirees require glitz and glam, so for the occasions where less is more, I'm reaching for this season's need-now tone... blush. To me, there are few looks more timeless than…

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Layering Up for Fall Days

It doesn’t feel like fall just yet here in Nashville, but that doesn’t mean I don’t have all the cravings the coming season brings on - big cuddly scarves, baking at home, lots of plaid, extra candles and cinnamon topped on everything. Last month we spent time in beautiful New Hampshire and while the days were filled with sunshine and warm temperatures, the evenings brought a welcomed crisp to the air, giving a taste of what's to come. I love layering for fall and one of my go-to pieces is…

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New England Farmstands & Lobster Dinners

Every August we head to New England for a week of fun and relaxation with Greg's family at their lake home in New Hampshire. It's always a wonderful time! One of our traditions during this week is for each couple to take a night making dinner - our meal always being a lobster feast! So, when our day to cook came around, I knew exactly where I wanted to head to get the items that would make the…

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Canola Fields and Gingham

Each summer fields in the Flathead Valley of Northwestern Montana come alive in a brilliant yellow hue thanks to canola blooms. The sight of these seemingly endless fields set against stunning mountain peaks is one of the things I look forward to most when I visit my home state in the summer months. It's spectacular, especially at sunset with a fresh mountain air breeze and peace & quiet all around.I bought this black and white gingham dress at…

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Sailing in Barbados

Over Thanksgiving we packed our swimsuits and sandals and headed south to the Caribbean. Greg and I started the trip by taking a few days just the two of us to celebrate our one year wedding anniversary on the beautiful island of St. Lucia (more here and here) and then island hopped over to Barbados to spend the holiday with family. It was our second Thanksgiving in a row in the Caribbean, as the year before we were…

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