Hi everyone! As I kick of the new year, you'll be seeing some changes to the blog: all for the better. Expect a new layout, and new web design to come in the next month or so. Also, from a content perspective, my life has changed rather radically in terms of my job, so I … Continue reading New Year, New Adventures, and a trip to Salvation Mountain
I have been to Los Angeles several times before, but I don't feel like I've ever taken a solid deep dive into the city other than some of the main attractions. Knowing I'd be there for a conference, I asked one of my favorite fellow bloggers, Hello Katie Girl for some recommendations! She had some … Continue reading Can’t Miss Colorful Sights in La La Land.
Once in a while, J.Crew comes out with a piece that I can't decide if I am OBSESSED with or think is really weird. I decided that I loved this, and I definitely made the right call! Tartan pocket on a blue striped shirt. This top is ridiculously me, and was the perfect shirt for … Continue reading Tartan Pocket Top in NYC
Houston is pretty awesome! As I said in my last post, Houston has really become a vibrant, artistic city! I was blown away by all the public art and painted walls. I thought I'd take you all on a little tour of the city, and highlight my favorite things to see! Main … Continue reading Colorful Greetings from Houston in Draper James
I know I deferred this post last week so that I could post about the Gold Cup, Halloween, and some fall adventures. I feel like we literally had a single week of fall between Far-Extended-Summer and now Gloomy-Winter weather. Sharing a bit of Las Vegas color seems the perfect way to brighten up a dreary … Continue reading Downtown Las Vegas Colorful Moments
Another fabulous find from the Lilly Pulitzer After Party Sale. So what that my APS arrived well into the end of September. I'm finding ways to wear my Lilly, and this tunic dress was just the ticket in Las Vegas! My dear friend Melissa and I spent the day in downtown Las Vegas, … Continue reading Lilly in Las Vegas
U Street is an area that is gentrifying quickly, so it is nice to see that it still retains some of its roots. U Street used to be Black Broadway and some of the greatest musicians played. I was so sad when Bohemian Caverns closed. It felt like another sign of an era ending. I … Continue reading White Dress on Black Broadway