dress– on sale and comes in navy!  // shoes (similar) // earrings // ark bag

New York Fashion Week has finally come to an end. Although I am sad, my feet are happy to no longer wear heels all day for a week straight. I spent most of the week at events and seeing a few shows. I wish I could of have attended more shows, but attending events are just as important. I meet some amazing new bloggers and industry people. It was an incredible week filled with fashion and that is what I love the most.


wrapped dress (also here) // sandals (similar) // clutch (similar) // tassel earrings

On our final full day of Charleston it was my birthday!! I went over to my parents hotel to have breakfast. We decided to leave downtown and explore other areas of Charleston. One of the many things I wanted to do when visiting was to go to a plantation. We could probably spend a whole week just visiting plantations, but there was one in particular that I really wanted to go to, The Boone Hall Plantation.


nyfw trends


The runway may have spring vibes, the street style is all about fall trends. Even though every brand was presenting their spring ’18 collection during New York Fashion Week, I still found plenty of fall inspiration. One of the best parts of fashion week is people watching, checking out everyone’s outfits. It is always fun to see how people style themselves. I saw many, many different styles and trends; some odd, some that were god-send, and some that were relatable. There were 3 fall trends in particular that I continuously saw on every it girl this past week: white ankle boots, wide leg pants, and yellow/ gold tone attire.



“The way you are describing your life is the way it is manifesting”

Happy Friday and happy New York Fashion Week!! To kick of NYFW I went to the Pamella Roland show this past Wednesday. She makes couture gowns that is sold at stores like Bergdorfs and Neimans, they were absolutely beautiful. Give me a long train that is feathered and sequined and I am in heaven! The craziness has only just begun and I can’t wait for what is to come.