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Pretty Pretty Peplum

When I go shopping for tops, I appreciate a flattering silhouette there just like I do for my coveted fit and flare dresses. That’s one of the reasons why I adore this peplum blouse. The silhouette of this top is different from most peplums, as it is forgiving as well as flattering. A peplum shape will always be a gal’s best friend because it emphasizes her waist and flatters her curves at the same time- making it a perfect go-to! The fun and…

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Royal Ruffle

When I saw this Anthropologie Marigot Pleated Skirt in the store, my first thought was: Carrie Bradshaw. Some of my favorite looks from Sex and The City were when Carrie was wearing bold patterned skirts, so there was no way I was passing this one up. The colors are so vibrant and every time I wear it, I feel just like Carrie (even if I’m substituting Kentucky for New York City). This Brooks Brothers blouse adds an adorable twist to…

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A Day In Key West

Key West is one of those places that makes you want to wear bright colors and explore. It still blows my mind that we were able to reach all of our destinations with just a bike ride. I’m so used to having to hop in my car to go anywhere that the idea of riding bikes to sightsee was foreign. One day packed full of explorations and I felt like I could really say I had been to Key West…

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From Here To Somerset

Just because you aren’t on vacation, doesn’t mean you can’t do a little exploring in your home state. In Kentucky, sometimes it seems all there is to see is horses, farms, and race tracks. Every once in a while though, you can uncover things you never knew existed. My sister Krystal and I set out to explore Louisville, only about two hours away from our home of Lexington. It’s a much bigger bustling version of Lexington so, when you’re itching…

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The Girl In The Necklace

Accessories can make or break an outfit, but sometimes they’re the last things we think about when getting ready. I hardly ever wear jewelry, partly because I forget and partly because I have simple taste. In a world of statement necklaces, minimalist jewelry has become a rarity; which is odd because the simple style is beautiful and versatile. I’m wearing the Bar Necklace and Coil Ring by Ann Revere Jewelry. They’re two of the most versatile pieces I own! The…

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My Fair (Skinned) Lady

It doesn’t matter whether you purchased something last week or five years ago, some things just never go out of style. It’s important to always wear something you feel great in. For me, it’s this outfit. This little black dress from H&M is my go to. Bonus: It looks way more expensive than it actually is. What makes this one particularly amazing is the universally flattering sweetheart neckline combined with a classic silhouette. To make it even more chic, I…

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Beneath The Blooms

Hey look, my shorts match the wall and my purse matches the flowers! Outfit Details: Asbury Buttondown Pilcro Hyphen Chino Shorts Tiffany & Co. Pearl Bracelet Tieks Ballet Flats Michael Kors Tahiti Sunglasses Fossil Sydney Satchel…

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Macarons At Noon

What’s cool about Key West is being able to just walk around and explore. Your car is almost useless for a lack of parking, and everything is within a walk or bike ride. We didn’t have to explore for too long before we found our location, the porch of our hotel. NYAH was one of the cutest places I’ve stayed at in a while. There were multiple pools, the cutest pink chairs in the lobby, and a happy hour with…

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Anthropologie’s Summer Fashion Show

Each season, Anthropologie hosts a pretty awesome fashion show. It’s a fun day to come hang out, shop, and enjoy the free food and drinks (I don’t know anyone who’d pass up free food, especially me). It’s too fun to miss, whether I’m a part of the production or not! Check out the pics below, and experience it for yourself in person by following your local Anthro on Instagram so you can RSVP for the next one!  Runway Look Details:…

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Tulips In The Morning

Good things come to those who wake up at five AM to meet their sister at the Lexington Cemetery in the freezing cold for photos. The Lexington Cemetery comes into full bloom every spring, what once was dead has now come back to life (in a non-zombie apocalypse kind of way). My favorite part about this environmental magic is tulips. Tulips are the ultimate sign that things are about to start warming up, I don’t care what the groundhog said,…

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