Friday Favorites

The weather app didn't lie, today has been a very dreary day compared to the warm weather we've been experiencing all week, but while I've been hiding inside from the cold all day, I rounded up a few of my favorites from this past week! We're talking tons of spring new arrivals!!

Online Finds

While I love all of the pieces above, this darling top and these nude lace-up sandals are my favorites; imagine them paired together with a pair of distressed denim shorts for a sweet and fun spring/summer look! 

I've also found some real stunners from online boutiques recently, including this rose embroidered romper; I love all the detailing on the sleeves, and it would look gorgeous with a summer tan! Also, we've also seen tassel earrings start to take the back seat to the ball drop earrings, and these large hot pink ones from Red Dress Boutique are so fun.

Blue and white pieces are set to be a huge trend this season; I love it because it looks so clean and crisp throughout the warmer months! This flounce top is so pretty and feminine, and this gingham cold shoulder dress kind of reminds me of Dorothy but is still darling! 


30 Things to Start Doing for Yourself

Your time in college and early 20s is a very valuable time to focus on yourself and take major steps in becoming the woman you want to be. I loved reading this article because it gave so many inspirational ways of how you can focus on improving yourself and your outlook on life.

Hampton Park Picnic

Julia's beautiful photos from a recent picnic in Charleston makes me want to move their right now. I love everything the South has to offer from the weather to the scenery to the style, just look at Julia's darling spring outfit!

Classic Blue & White

Speaking of the blue and white trend coming this season, I loved Kate's southern and preppy take on it! She used a ton of basics, making it easy to recreate too.


"The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it." -Henry David Thoreau

"In retrospect, I can see that "wait" is the most precious answer God can give us. It makes us cling to him rather than cling to any outcome." -V.R. Risner