A Visit to the Loren Hope Studio

If it hasn't been apparent, I am a HUGE fan of Loren Hope jewelry. HUGE. (Bordering on obsession - okay, literally obsessed - sorry Loren). I have long dreamed of visiting Loren's studio, and at last, my dreams came true. I went to Rhode Island to take Loren's statement necklace class which was held at … Continue reading A Visit to the Loren Hope Studio

Eliza J in Providence

  Nate and I had never been to Providence, so when we got the chance to visit Rhode Island, we allowed ourselves a day to do a little exploration. Fortunately for me, my best friends all went to Brown, so they were full of recommendations.┬áProvidence, RI is a rather studious town, so I felt that … Continue reading Eliza J in Providence

J.Crew Brights at the DC Flamingo Wall

Flamingling my way around DC is my favorite way to be! I realize that I spend very little time on the blog featuring my own city, Washington, DC. I've been trying to correct that lately, but with back to back trips to New England and Savannah, I haven't had a lot of time to get … Continue reading J.Crew Brights at the DC Flamingo Wall

Greetings from Asbury Park in ASOS Stripes

I love New Jersey, and being home. Asbury Park holds a special place in my heart. I have fond memories of attending Monmouth Symphony Orchestra concerts at Convention Hall with hs friends, riding around in my 1989 Chrysler New Yorker, and even vague memories of the carousel as an extremely young child. It used to … Continue reading Greetings from Asbury Park in ASOS Stripes

White VV Seersucker in Asbury Park

I love being home at the Jersey Shore, especially in the summertime. One thing that I've realized is that when Nate and I go home to visit, we usually spend most of the time visiting. Because it's my hometown, I never really go "exploring" as I would in other locations. This trip, I decided that … Continue reading White VV Seersucker in Asbury Park

Watermelons on Watermelons in Maryland

Nate and I went up to Maryland to visit with several of his old friends whom I haven't met. They wanted to have a crab feast, which I normally cannot participate in because of the Old Bay and the Pepper Allergy. Somehow, they managed to secure me six unseasoned crabs, which was AMAZING.   Not … Continue reading Watermelons on Watermelons in Maryland