Last week I took a little trip to the local farm with Ellie, my friend and RA from last year. We're both in the midst of planning weddings, so we have fun chatting about bridal things. The farm was working on making wreaths for an upcoming Christmas fair and we spent the afternoon bunching sprigs of pine. I kept kicking myself for not bringing my camera, and I knew I had to come back this week to grab a few shots of the process. Being at the farm is actually very relaxing - I'm inspired now to go out and forage some greenery to make my own wreath.
WHAT I WORE...
SHIRT - THRIFTED | HAT - TARGET| NECKLACE - PANANDTEA
It's Christmas time already - and it's hard to believe this year went by so fast. Over the autumn season I've spent some time hunting down unique jewelry pieces to add to my winter wardrobe. Onecklace is a jewelry website that I go to every time I need a piece that is elegant, timeless and will last with my lifestyle. They recently reached out to me, and said that they wanted to share a gift with you girls this holiday season! You can use the promo code: XMAS10 to receive 10% off any purchase, and Christmas delivery is still guaranteed!
Welcome to my dorm! Yeah, it's more like an apartment, at least this one where I'm living at right now. On-campus life is fun and thriving, but it also means tight living space, and often the need to cram books and clothes everywhere. One of the things I love about my dorm this semester, is the fact that we have a living room, so there's more space to set up pretty things. If you're wondering, most all of my decor is thrifted (becoming a new favorite pass time of mine).
It's starting to get cold in VA, which means it's officially sweater weather. Back in Cali we would say that when it was 60 degrees outside. Here, when I say sweater, I mean "give me the biggest, warmest darn sweater in my closet." I do not, I repeat - do not like the cold. I picked this sweater up from Zaful so that I would have something nice and toasty to wear when I'm editing pictures. Gotta say, it doesn't disappoint. The material is so nice and thick, it feels like I'm just wearing a comfy, knit blanket. Zaful has great, college budget-friendly prices, so if you are wanting to add a few new pieces to your wardrobe, you can visit their FB page here. They also have a great Pinterest board for outfit inspiration!
Sweater: c/o Zaful
My work is about capturing the spark of imperfect romance. It's about the small, tiny, beautiful details that bring the family together. It's about all of the things that bring meaning to life. It's authentic, it's natural. It's real.