How to get that vintage look? While visiting Savannah I put together a cute 1950's inspired ensemble, but nothing I was wearing was more then 5 years old! I'm slowly but surely putting together a collection of true vintage pieces for myself, but those pieces can be hard to come by and sometimes expensive. So… Continue reading Vintage Inspired Look for Savannah
My mom, Grandma, and I traveled down to Savannah GA right before Christmas to spend a few wonderful days together. Savannah was designed in 1773 by General James Oglethorpe and it is the first planned city in North America with a system of squares. Here are a few of my favorite things we saw and did.
Alpha Gamma Delta The house was built in 1896 and bought as a wedding present for Miss. Sussie Carithers. It is often referred to as "The Wedding Cake House". Sadly, the bride was jilted at the alter and then hung herself in one of the upstairs bedrooms. Legend has it that the girl who lives… Continue reading Miracle’s Christmas Tour of Homes: A Day when the Historic Sorority Homes at the University of Georgia Open their Doors to the Public
1. Beignets at Café Du Monde A small coffee stand right off of Jackson Square that is busy even at 1 in the morning. We got an order of their famous beignets. I was going to order some iced café du lait, but they were out, which at one in the morning is understandable. THERE… Continue reading 10 Favorite Things We Did in New Orleans
Here is a list of my 10 favorite things that my boyfriend and I visited while in Charleston SC